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Larry Greenemeier
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Biggest challenge: what's "safe"? Does a self-driving car have to be perfect, or just better than human drivers?
The Department of Transportation tries to pave the way for autonomous vehicle technology, without relegating safety to the backseat
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Some insights into the latest North Korea nuclear test.
The reclusive country has set off its largest-ever test blast—10 kilotons—in its latest provocation
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Donaldl Trump's double Twitter life
Sentiment analysis finds ghosts in the presidential candidate’s machine
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Decades of casting aside cybersecurity and then turning it into a separate industry have led us to this. Gordon Corera has a good book about this called "Cyber Spies."
The final round of DARPA’s Cyber Grand Challenge pits computers against one another as human programmers watch the future of cybersecurity unfold
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Just one twist in an already bizarre election.
Leak of Democrats’ emails raises unprecedented fears of meddling in election
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This one's a little in the weeds, I admit. But I was interested in the idea that this camera could help scientists better figure out how the brain works or create fuels that combust more efficiently.
The enhanced ultrafast camera is three billion times faster than the one on an iPhone, the researchers say
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The weekend’s IED incidents are a reminder of ways that resourceful attackers can make their own weapons
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A prototype device measures ripeness by studying the fruit’s color
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Meticulous lab testing is important but it can never replicate what actually happens on the track in the heat of competition.
Four years after Oscar Pistorius made history at the London Olympics, the question remains unanswered
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A new study finds flaws in the policies governing how officers use wearable cameras
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Everyone seems to be calling Pokemon Go an "augmented reality" game. Except one pioneer in the field of virtual and augmented reality. Here's why.
The game app’s pocket monsters may be taking over the world—but they’re not quite part of it yet, a tech pioneer insists
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Autonomous vehicles may put people in life-or-death situations. Will the outcomes be decided by ethics or data?
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Work
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  • Scientific American
    Associate Editor, Tech, 2007 - present
  • InformationWeek
    Senior Editor, 1999 - 2007
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  • Purdue University
    Communications, Sociology, 1990 - 1994
  • Columbia University
    Journalism, 2003 - 2004
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