Are there any #robot#artists out there? Well, at least there is one now. It shows, that #technology has to be developed in such a way that it is #safe to be operated in close contact with the people using it. This is where #robotics should be going. #cobots
We need to see it...and there should be no more secret deals about anything except those matters of national security that public knowledge beforehand would compromise. Trade deals don't fit that description...
Originally published on RMI Outlet. By Jesse Morris and Garrett Fitzgerald 2015 has been the ‘Year of The Battery,’ but it’s time to focus less on cost and more on the value. In many ways, 2015 has been “The year of the battery.” Consider the excitement…
Originally published on RMI Outlet.
By Jesse Morris and Garrett Fitzgerald
2015 has been the ‘Year of The Battery,’ but it’s time to focus less on cost and more on the value.
In many ways, 2015 has been “The year of the battery.” Consider the excitement around Tesla’s Powerwall, or battery energy storage’s 600 percent Q2 growth over
"..seeking to change the status quo in Israel/Palestine are frequently censored, punished, or subjected to baseless legal complaints. They are branded with as “uncivil” or “divisive” or falsely accused of supporting terrorism and anti-Semitism when they hold events, distribute fliers, or support the growing boycott, divestment, and sanctions (BDS) movement.."
"Leaked text from the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) revealed the inclusion of an Investor-State Dispute Settlement (ISDS) that would allow foreign companies to challenge U.S. laws at an international arbitration board with the power to level millions and even billions of dollars in damages against cities, counties, states, or the federal government. The judges on this court of no appeals would be stocked with highly paid corporate lawyers; corporations can sue for loss of “expected future profits” that a law might impede. ISDS arbitration has already been used by corporations to halt raising the minimum wage in Egypt, the reduction of nuclear power in Germany, and the implementation of tobacco regulations in Uruguay.
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