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The Next Great Leap Forward? Combining Robots With the Internet of Things
The Next Great Leap Forward? Combining Robots With the Internet of Things
Shamov | 15 December
The Internet of Things is a popular vision of objects with internet connections sending information back and forth to make our lives easier and more
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How the Spatial Web Will Transform Every Element of Our Careers
How the Spatial Web Will Transform Every Element of Our Careers
Shamov | 14 December
A Quick Recap on Web 3.0 While Web 1.0 consisted of static documents and read-only data (static web pages), Web 2.0 introduced multimedia content,
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Four Legal Challenges to Resolve Before Settling on Mars
Four Legal Challenges to Resolve Before Settling on Mars
Shamov | 07 December
Space Rules!   Before humans settle or even set foot on Mars, engineers and scientists have to solve all sorts of problems, like protecting space
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Research in Zero Gravity: 6 Wild Projects on the International Space Station
Research in Zero Gravity: 6 Wild Projects on the International Space Station
Shamov | 07 December
It’s been 20 years since the first components of the International Space Station (ISS) were launched from Earth. Orbiting the planet every 90 minutes
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What's Next for the Future of American Innovation?
What's Next for the Future of American Innovation?
Shamov | 05 December
The third and largest wave of American innovation is drawing to a close, according to an ambitious and inventive effort to identify the most influential
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Spatial Web. Web 3.0
Spatial Web. Web 3.0
Shamov | 03 December
The boundaries between digital and physical space are disappearing at a breakneck pace. What was once static and boring is becoming dynamic and magical. 
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Building the Next-Gen Community
Building the Next-Gen Community
Shamov | 01 December
Exponential technologies are upending old business models and unlocking new possibilities. The ways in which humanity is addressing global grand challenges are
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Here's How Freelancers are Changing the World of Work
Here's How Freelancers are Changing the World of Work
Shamov | 30 November
Thomas Jefferson imagined a nation of independent, self-reliant Americans who plowed their own fields and created their own destinies. And for a long time,
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Why is Mars so Important for Humanity?
Why is Mars so Important for Humanity?
Shamov | 29 November
It’s touchdown again on Mars, with NASA’s InSight probe. This latest mission will continue our exploration of much that is still unknown about
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These Countries are Best at Attracting and Nurturing Talented Workers
These Countries are Best at Attracting and Nurturing Talented Workers
Shamov | 28 November
Western Europe is the leading hub for the world’s talent, outperforming other regions in attracting, developing and retaining highly skilled employees.
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What is Inclusive Capitalism?
What is Inclusive Capitalism?
Shamov | 27 November
The concept of building shareholder value has been a driving force of business since companies began to go public. Yet as businesses and governments adjust to
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The Healthiest People in the World Don't Go to the Gym
The Healthiest People in the World Don't Go to the Gym
Shamov | 26 November
If you want to be as healthy as possible, there are no treadmills or weight machines required. Don’t just take my word for it - look to the longest-lived
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What Happens to the Brain in Zero Gravity?
What Happens to the Brain in Zero Gravity?
Shamov | 25 November
NASA has made a commitment to send humans to Mars by the 2030s. This is an ambitious goal when you think that a typical round trip will anywhere between
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Higher Risk of Early Death in Night Owls is a Public Health Issue that Can No Longer Be Ignored
Higher Risk of Early Death in Night Owls is a Public Health Issue that Can No Longer Be Ignored
Shamov | 25 November
People who stay up late and struggle to get out of bed in the morning - the “night owls” among us - appear to have a higher risk of early death than “larks”
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Learning is Not a Competition. Children in Singapore Will No Longer Be Ranked by Exam Results
Learning is Not a Competition. Children in Singapore Will No Longer Be Ranked by Exam Results
Shamov | 25 November
Singapore has long been an educational high-achiever, endorsing rote learning and long study hours to propel school children toward exam success. But change is
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