Silver Red Black Blue Customized Heel Latin Salsa Customizable Black Women's Dance Gold Leatherette ShangYi Shoes 67fUqP

What's up in emerging technology

Yesterday

America to North Korea: We’ve spied your hacking spy

The US Department of Justice (DOJ) has brought charges for the first time against a North Korean hacker.

The target: Park Jin Hyok is accused of being part of the Lazarus Group, a hacker collective that does the bidding of North Korea’s military intelligence… Read more

Image credit:
  • Pixabay
Womens 34 Top Strap J Jlwdr22 Dress Colors heathergray Tunic Fitted Basic LOVNY Spaghetti 100xqz5w
Dance Salsa Black Gold Red Blue Silver Customized Latin Heel ShangYi Leatherette Black Shoes Women's Customizable

Blue Shoes Black Dance Customizable Salsa Black Heel Silver ShangYi Women's Gold Latin Red Customized Leatherette Uber is going to start using drivers’ phones to detect crashes

On the first anniversary of Dara Khosrowshahi’s taking over at Uber, the ride-hailer Hiking adidas Low Shoes Carbon Gretwo Chacor Solo Gretwo Grey Women’s Terrex Chacor Carbon Rise qTxFrqXw a suite of new safety features yesterday.

The news: Using the phone’s sensors, including the GPS, accelerometer, and gyroscope, “Ride Check” will detect if… Read more

Image credit:
  • Uber

Editor's Pick

Maybe we can afford to suck CO2 out of the sky after all

While avoiding the worst dangers of climate change will likely require sucking carbon dioxide out of the sky, prominent scientists have long dismissed such technologies as far too expensive.

But a detailed new analysis published today in the journal Joule...

Read the full story →
September 5, 2018

Facebook and Twitter, but not Google, appear before Congress

Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg and Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey shared the stage in DC today, appearing before a more muted Congress than Mark Zuckerberg faced earlier this year.

Google was a no-show: An empty chair sat next to Sandberg and Dorsey, emphasizing… Read more

Source: Image credit:
  • Drew Angerer/Getty Images

Europe’s proposed law could require streaming services to hit local content quotas

Netflix, Hulu, and their competitors operating in the EU would be required to count European productions as at least 30 percent of their content.

The news: The legislation, which will be voted on in October, would mean streaming platforms would be forced… Read more

Image credit:
  • freestocks.org | Unsplash

Theranos is shutting down

Black Blue Dance Salsa Shoes Silver Red Customized Heel Black Customizable Latin ShangYi Leatherette Women's Gold After a long, slow fall, the blood-testing company is officially dissolving.

Some background: In 2014, Theranos rocketed to public attention with its claims of a revolutionary blood-testing system. The next year, a Wall Street Journal investigation raised… Read more

Source: Image credit:
  • DoD | Glenn Fawcett
September 4, 2018

Google released the first bilingual AI assistant

It can switch back and forth between two different languages on the fly.

Some background: While assistants like Amazon’s Alexa and Apple’s Siri can understand various languages, they can only process one at a time.

Los detalles: The new version of Google… Read more

Image credit:
  • Erin Winick

Editor's Pick

6564519168 Skopje Slipper Womens FinnComfort kombi Grau wqHOtH5d

The world’s most powerful supercomputer is tailor made for the AI era

Since 2013, Chinese machines have occupied the number one slot in rankings of the world’s most powerful supercomputers. Now America is back on top again. Engineers at the US Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Lab in Tennessee have just unveiled...

Read the full story →
September 4, 2018

The US Army is building drones that never need to land

It’s using lasers to power the aerial machines.

The news: According to New Scientist, the US Army is firing lasers at photovoltaic cells on drones to to deliver power from a distance. Eventually they hope to power the devices from 500 meters away.

How… Read more

Source: Image credit:
  • Soroush Karimi | Unsplash

Net neutrality gets a victory in California

Senate bill SB-822 passed last week, despite intense opposition and lobbying from the broadband industry.

ShangYi Dance Customized Black Blue Shoes Leatherette Customizable Black Red Latin Heel Gold Women's Silver Salsa Red Latin Gold Black Customizable Women's Shoes Dance Customized Salsa Heel Silver Black ShangYi Blue Leatherette The news: California’s senate voted last Friday to approve the state’s strict net neutrality rules. Since it had already been passed by the state… Read more

Image credit:
  • Pixabay