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Researchers at the UC Berkeley have developed a new breed of laser technology that could significantly reduce the size, weight, cost, and power consumption of LIDARs, potentially leading to a much broader range of self-driving cars.
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CHICAGO—Explaining that the sense of unease she felt walking to and from her home had declined markedly over the years, Humboldt Park resident Kirsten Healy expressed her disappointment to reporters Thursday that her neighborhood was becoming too safe for her family to afford.
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A new study finds an algorithmic word analysis is flawless at determining whether a person will have a psychotic episode.
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As well as a trained psychologist. Good start but still some ways to go
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  The Bucket List.  It’s your ever-growing ‘do before I die’ list that is full of vacation destinations, adventures, and good times.  I don’t have a bucket list myself, but that doesn’t mean I hate the idea of bucket lists.  I don’t.  I just hate buckets lists that suck.  This article isn’t meant to keep you …
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Today, technology is generating more information about us than ever before, and will increasingly do so, making a map of everything we do, changing the balance of power between us, businesses and governments. In the next 20 years, we will see amazing advances in artificial intelligence and machine learning. Software programs are going to be deciding whether a car runs people over, or drives off a bridge. Software programs are going to decide who gets a loan, and who gets a job. If intellectual property law will protect these programs from serious study, then the public will have no idea how these decisions are being made. Professor Frank Pasquale has called this the Black Box Society. Take secrecy and the profit motive, add a billion pieces of data, and shake.
Blackhat’s keynote speaker says it’s up to us to make sure the Net is our liberator, not our oppressor
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""I got a call from a friend who asked me to help them get this tiger out of a staircase," said Andy Didorosi, 28, of Detroit. "He asked me if I had a leafblower, and I said I had a weedwhacker, so he told me to bring that. ... I stopped what I was doing, grabbed my tools and hopped in my truck, because, you know, tiger. ...

"I don't know much about tiger logistics, but we were told to be this huge blue tarp monster with the weedwhacker and try to be scary and make loud noises. That just made him angry. You could say he got tiger rage, so we retreated.""
A British photographer took a tiger, a wolf and a bobcat into the Packard Plant without the owner's permission, the Packard's owners say.
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Breathing Beijing’s air is the equivalent of smoking almost 40 cigarettes a day. Why China's "airpocalypse" is even worse than previously thought http://econ.st/1MRhSHH
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"It also shouldn’t surprise us that certain places are rather inimical to luxury, that Rolex and Louis Vuitton, Prada and Aston Martin have done spectacularly badly in Denmark, a country which boasts the third highest level per capita income in the world and one of the most equal distributions of wealth anywhere.

The Danish case illustrates one large possible solution to the social problem of luxury. The desire for luxury is inversely related to the level of dignity of an average life; as dignity goes up, so the desire for luxury comes down. It was never really about greed, the love of luxury was an individual response to a political failure: the inability of governments to ensure that an average life could be a flourishing life."
Despite the widespread availability of good quality cheap products (watches, handbags, cars…), there remains a remarkable appetite for extremely expensive versions of them - which seems deeply weird at first sight. The so-called luxury sector appears to defy economic logic. These two ti
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We don’t think we hate cheap things - but we frequently behave as if we rather do. Consider the pineapple. Columbus was the first European to be delighted by the physical grandeur and vibrant sweetness of the pineapple - which is a native of South America but had reached the Caribbean by the time
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  • Michigan State University
    Computer Science & Engineering, 2004 - 2008
  • Powers Catholic High School
    2000 - 2004
Awesome beers, friendly staff, friendly owner. You can get 5oz samples for really cheap, if you want to try a bunch of things. I just wish they were open later sometimes!
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Huge beer selection, including some great house-made beers. Great live music. The sausages in the bangers and mash were AMAZING. Warning: the music is very loud (only when a live band is playing) so it's not a great place if you want to go to chat.
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I had the standard: Secret Breakfast.
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Food: ExcellentDecor: Very GoodService: Excellent
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