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While much of the work at Baidu we have focused on this year has centered on the Chinese search giant’s deep learning initiatives, many other critical, alb
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Royal Prerogative cannot be used to remove ordinary people's rights granted by Act of Parliament, the Government must respect that.
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No. Burnout is caused when you repeatedly make large amounts of sacrifice and or effort into high-risk problems that fail. It's the result of a negative prediction error in the nucleus accumbens. You effectively condition your brain to associate work with failure.

This is a really interesting insight, and worth keeping in mind.
I remember reading this published insight[1] from Marissa Mayer a few months ago: Burnout is caused by resentment. Which sounded amazing, until this guy who dated a neuroscientist commented[2]: No. Burnout is caused when you repeatedly make large amounts of sacrifice and or effort into high-risk ...
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Associate country status may help to undo some of the damage done by Brexit.
UK access to EU R&D programmes stimulates £billions of investment and gives the UK access to skills and technologies that it does not have. Ending our access to these programmes will weaken our economy which depends on exploitation of innovative science and technology.
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The FCC's Historic Day: Voting Yes For Net Neutrality, Voting No On Prot...
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Today was, no hyperbole intended, probably one of the more historic -- albeit at times one of the dullest -- days in FCC history. The agency

Ex-MI6 chief calls for new compact between internet firms and spy agenci...
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Sir John Sawers says Snowden revelations shattered informal relationship but cooperation is necessary to prevent attacks

President Obama Is Waging a War on Hackers | WIRED
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Ha ha. New York Times accidentally posted their employee database to their website: SSN, passwords, and salaries: https://t.co/1dLdUXG2tT —

Whatsapp Just Switched on End-to-End Encryption for Hundreds of Millions...
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The result is practically uncrackable encryption for hundreds of millions of phones and tablets that have Whatsapp installed---by some measu

No 10 backs GCHQ chief’s criticism of internet firms | UK news | The Gua...
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Downing Street shares Robert Hannigan’s view over extremists’ use of internet but ISPs dismiss comments as ill-judged

Random acts of kindness can make the world a better place | Alex Andreou...
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Alex Andreou: Rather than to shooing away the homeless we should offer them a cup of tea. That is what’s wrong with Britain – not the presen

Ukip's polarising effect: support for staying in the EU hits 23-year high
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A new poll by Ipsos MORI finds that 56% of Britons would vote to stay in the EU - the highest level of support since 1991

‘Cleansing the stock’ and other ways governments talk about human beings...
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Those in power don’t speak of ‘people’ or ‘killing’ – it helps them do their job. And we are picking up their dehumanising euphemisms

How to Save the Net: Break Up the NSA | Magazine | WIRED
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The NSA has too many missions: a military mission dedicated to network attacks and political espionage, a law enforcement mission focused on

How the Kickstarter model could transform UK elections | Technology |
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Voting is in decline and politics is an arrogant, complacent industry. A threshold-style action system could change everything

EU's right to be forgotten: Guardian articles have been hidden by Google...
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Publishers must fight back against this indirect challenge to press freedom, which allows articles to be 'disappeared'. Editorial decisions

Microsoft Challenges Idea That US Government Can Go Fishing For Emails S...
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Back in April, we wrote about a magistrate judge ruling that Microsoft had to comply with a warrant asking for data that was held on servers

Commander Hadfield's Amazing Cover Of David Bowie's Space Oddity Disappe...
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A year ago, we wrote a whole post looking at the copyright questions raised by Canadian astronaut, Commander Chris Hadfield, doing a cover v

Now troubled children are an investment opportunity
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An 18% return on the most disturbed and needy children in care homes is the extreme end of Britain's outsourcing culture

Me and the NSA
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So I've been meaning to get my records from the FBI ever since high school when I discovered the Freedom of Information Act was a thing, but

Programming Sucks
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Every friend I have with a job that involves picking up something heavier than a laptop more than twice a week eventually finds a way to sli

This Parking Lot Is Paved With Solar Panels | Autopia | WIRED
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The Idaho couple that created an innovative road surface made of solar panels is back with a prototype, and they're looking to Indiegogo for

Design Is Why 2048 Sucks, and Threes Is a Masterpiece | Design | WIRED
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It's hard to overstate just how good Threes really is. Touch Arcade's review deemed it a "perfect mobile game." Ken Wong, the lead designer

The Robot Car of Tomorrow Might Just Be Programmed to Hit You | Autopia ...
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Suppose that an autonomous car is faced with a terrible decision to crash into one of two objects. It could swerve to the left and hit a Vol

It’s Insanely Easy to Hack Hospital Equipment | Threat Level | WIRED
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When Scott Erven was given free reign to roam through all of the medical equipment used at a chain of large midwest health care facilities,