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First International Dark Sky Park In New Zealand Accredited
First International Dark Sky Park In New Zealand Accredited
Shamov | 08 July
Wai-iti Recreational Reserve and Tunnicliff Forest has been named the first International Dark Sky Park in New Zealand. The newly designated site consists
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Unicorns Can Be Born in Crisis
Unicorns Can Be Born in Crisis
Shamov | 04 July
Quarantine and lockdown have had an economic impact on small businesses and large corporations alike. However, when it comes to the global start-up scene, the
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Roughly 4% of the atmospheric particles are synthetic polymers
Roughly 4% of the atmospheric particles are synthetic polymers
Shamov | 02 July
A new study estimates that more than 1,000 tons of microplastics from the air – equivalent to more than 123 million plastic water bottles – rain down onto
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The Arctic Just Recorded its Hottest Day Ever. Here's What That Means
The Arctic Just Recorded its Hottest Day Ever. Here's What That Means
Shamov | 24 June
The Arctic Circle hit temperatures above 100 degrees Fahrenheit on Saturday. If verified, it would be the region’s hottest day on record. The Siberian
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How a New AI Translated Brain Activity to Speech With 97 Percent Accuracy
How a New Artificial Intelligence Translated Brain Activity to Speech With 97 Percent Accuracy
Shamov | 23 June
The idea of a machine that can decode your thoughts might sound creepy, but for thousands of people who have lost the ability to speak due to disease or
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Digital Authoritarianism Is Rising. Here’s What That Means
Digital Authoritarianism Is Rising. Here’s What That Means
Shamov | 20 June
The internet has long been touted as a force for freedom that can topple dictatorships around the world. But according to a new report on digital freedom,
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ALL LIVES MATTERS
All Lives Matters
Shamov | 14 June
Neither skin color nor gender does not matter. Only level of personality development is important. Shamov.info  https://freedomandsafety.com/en/
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The Environmental Performance Index 2020
The Environmental Performance Index 2020
Shamov | 14 June
The Environmental Performance Index (EPI) looks at sustainability around the world. It ranks countries – 180 of them – on environmental health and the
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IBM Will No Longer Offer, Develop, or Research Facial Recognition Technology
IBM Will No Longer Offer, Develop, or Research Facial Recognition Technology
Shamov | 10 June
IBM will no longer offer general purpose facial recognition or analysis software, IBM CEO Arvind Krishna said in a letter to Congress today. The company
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Ocean Health is a Moral Imperative, a Business Imperative and a Matter of Global and National Security
Ocean Health is a Moral Imperative, a Business Imperative and a Matter of Global and National Security
Shamov | 08 June
On Monday, the first day of the World Economic Forum's Virtual Ocean Dialogues ended with a session looking at how we can take action for a healthy, resilient
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Meat Without the Animal Is Here
Meat Without the Animal Is Here
Shamov | 08 June
In 1931, Winston Churchill made a bold prediction: “We shall escape the absurdity of growing a whole chicken in order to eat the breast or wing, by growing
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The Internet of Bodies is Here
The Internet of Bodies is Here
Shamov | 08 June
In the special wards of Shanghai’s Public Health Clinical Center, nurses use smart thermometers to check the temperatures of COVID-19 patients. Each person’s
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Now is the Time to Press Reset Button on Capitalism
Now is the Time to Press Reset Button on Capitalism
Shamov | 06 June
There won’t be many among the 7.7 billion people on Earth who haven’t been affected in some way by COVID-19.   From sickness and the death of loved ones
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