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Why we need to shoot carbon dioxide thousands of feet underground
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Carbon capture and storage (CCS) tech has two main steps (as you might guess from the name). First, carbon dioxide is filtered out of emissions at ...

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How gamification took over the world
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For some, this phenomenon leads to an interest in flow states and immersion. For others, it’s simply a reason to play more games. For a handful of ...

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How Gogoro’s swap-and-go scooter batteries can strengthen the grid
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“We started with the thesis of how smart energy, through portability and connectivity, can enable many use case scenarios,” Luke says. “Transportation ...

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The world’s on the verge of a carbon storage boom
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“Not taking this seriously risks potentially trillions of dollars and billions of tonnes of emissions, not to mention the trust and goodwill of the ...

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Apple is promising personalized AI in a private cloud. Here’s how that will work.
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The pitch offers an implicit contrast with the likes of Alphabet, Amazon, or Meta, which collect and store enormous amounts of personal data. Apple says ...

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How battery-swap networks are preventing emergency blackouts
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Gogoro is not the only company working on battery-swapping for electric scooters (New York City recently launched a pilot program to give delivery drivers ...

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What using artificial intelligence to help monitor surgery can teach us
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Teodor Grantcharov, a professor of surgery at Stanford, thinks he has found a tool to make surgery safer and minimize human error: AI-powered “black boxes” ...

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The Download: AI propaganda, and digital twins
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—Josh A. Goldstein is a research fellow at Georgetown University's Center for Security and Emerging Technology (CSET), where he works on the CyberAI ...

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The data practitioner for the AI era
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Data practitioners are among those whose roles are experiencing the most significant change, as organizations expand their responsibilities. Rather than ...

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Digital twins are helping scientists run the world’s most complex instruments
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But the term “digital twin” actually came from a NASA employee named John Vickers, who first used it in 2010 as part of a technology road map report for ...

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This AI-powered “black-box” could make surgery safer
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While most algorithms operate near perfectly on their own, Peter Grantcharov explains that the OR black box is still not fully autonomous. For example, ...

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This classic game is taking on climate change
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Teuber also seemed laser focused on not preaching, and it feels as if New Energies goes out of its way not to make players feel bad about climate change. ...

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