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'Hybrid jobs' are on the Rise. This is How You Can Prepare
'Hybrid jobs' are on the Rise. This is How You Can Prepare
Shamov | 15 June
If you’ve been looking around for a new job lately, and especially if you’ve been working in your field for a decade or two, you may have noticed that more
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A Quarter of Swedes Said they had Decided Not to Fly to Save the Planet
A Quarter of Swedes Said they had Decided Not to Fly to Save the Planet
Shamov | 13 June
Sweden’s departure lounges are looking less crowded as more Swedes are deciding to take the train rather than fly.   Passenger numbers at Swedish
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Global Peace Index 2019
Global Peace Index 2019
Shamov | 12 June
 Full report  Download PDF (5.88 MB)Briefing  Download PDF (1.92 MB)  This is the thirteenth edition of the Global Peace Index (
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Nasa to Open International Space Station to Tourists
Nasa to Open International Space Station to Tourists
Shamov | 09 June
Nasa is to allow tourists to visit the International Space Station from 2020, priced at $35,000 (£27,500) per night. The US space agency said it would
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Surveillance Capitalism and New Economic System
Surveillance Capitalism and New Economic System
Shamov | 06 June
As digital technologies facilitate the growth of both new and incumbent organizations, we have started to see the darker sides of the digital economy
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#BeatAirPollution
5 Ways to #BeatAirPollution
Shamov | 05 June
It’s #WorldEnvironmentDay and the theme for this year is #BeatAirPollution - urging people to "be part of the solution, not part of the pollution".
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SpaceX's Internet Satellites Could Be a Problem for Astronomers
SpaceX's Internet Satellites Could Be a Problem for Astronomers
Shamov | 30 May
As helpful as SpaceX's Starlink satellites may be, they could be a pain for astronomers. The Harvard-Smithsonian Center's Jonathan McDowell
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Send Your Name to Mars
Send Your Name to Mars
Shamov | 23 May
Ready to go to Mars? Well, you can get a boarding pass for a trek to the Red Planet, but only your name will make the trip.   Let us explain.
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Cause for Hope: We Hit Peak Optimism at 55
Cause for Hope: We Hit Peak Optimism at 55
Shamov | 21 May
How do levels of optimism change throughout our life? Researchers at the University of California, Davis, figured out the answer.   They analyzed a
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The 2019 Ranking Digital Rights Corporate Accountability Index
The 2019 Ranking Digital Rights Corporate Accountability Index
Shamov | 19 May
The 2019 Ranking Digital Rights Corporate Accountability Index evaluated 24 of the world’s most powerful internet, mobile ecosystem, and telecommunications
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The 10 Biggest Unicorns in the World
The 10 Biggest Unicorns in the World
Shamov | 15 May
It was only six years ago that venture capitalist Aileen Lee coined the term “unicorn” to describe any privately-held startup worth $1 billion or more.
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These Countries Have the Most Robot Workers
These Countries Have the Most Robot Workers
Shamov | 12 May
The rise of the machines has well and truly started. Data from the International Federation of Robotics reveals that the pace of industrial
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How Atmospheric Satellite Soundings Transformed Weather Prediction
How Atmospheric Satellite Soundings Transformed Weather Prediction
Shamov | 10 May
In the late 1950s, a scientist named Lewis Kaplan divined a new and groundbreaking way to calculate temperature in the atmosphere for weather forecasting: by
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The Exponential Guide to Artificial Intelligence
The Exponential Guide to Artificial Intelligence
Shamov | 07 May
“AI is here today; it’s not just the future of technology. It’s embedded in the fabric of your everyday life.” — Neil Jacobstein, Singularity University
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Anti-CRISPR Molecules Discovered that Can Block the Gene Editing Technology
Anti-CRISPR Molecules Discovered that Can Block the Gene Editing Technology
Shamov | 05 May
As we dive into the brave new world of gene editing, CRISPR technologies are undoubtedly becoming increasingly precise, but alongside enhanced
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