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What’s Up With Betelgeuse?
What’s Up With Betelgeuse?
Shamov | 06 January
Betelgeuse, Orion's most famous star, has been in the news recently. As we wait for this supergiant to explode as a supernova, it has been doing the opposite
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If Machines Want to Make Art, Will Humans Understand It?
If Machines Want to Make Art, Will Humans Understand It?
Shamov | 05 January
Assuming that the emergence of consciousness in artificial minds is possible, those minds will feel the urge to create art. But will we be able to understand
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If We Don’t Urgently Change Our Ways Our Life, We Jeopardize Life Itself
If We Don’t Urgently Change Our Ways Our Life, We Jeopardize Life Itself
Shamov | 04 January
The immense progress in human development over the past century has provided incredible opportunities for many, yet it has been largely fuelled by rapid and
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Here's What the World Will Look Like in 2030... Right?
Here's What the World Will Look Like in 2030... Right?
Shamov | 03 January
Predicting the future is hard, but that doesn't stop people from trying - especially people named Elon Musk. As he well knows, being bold is pretty much
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Humanity Is Sending 3 New Rovers to Mars in 2020 to Look for Signs of Life
Humanity Is Sending 3 New Rovers to Mars in 2020 to Look for Signs of Life
Shamov | 01 January
The 2010s saw Mars welcome NASA’s Curiosity rover, which landed on the red planet in 2012, and bid farewell to the Opportunity rover, which was
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50+ Reasons Our Favorite Emerging Technologies Had an Amazing 2019
50+ Reasons Our Favorite Emerging Technologies Had an Amazing 2019
Shamov | 01 January
For most of history, technology was about atoms, the manipulation of physical stuff to extend humankind’s reach. But in the last five or six decades, atoms
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5 Ways for Business Leaders to Win in the 2020s
5 Ways for Business Leaders to Win in the 2020s
Shamov | 31 December
The winners in business have shifted markedly in the last decade. When the 2010s began, the world’s top 10 public companies by market capitalization were
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Quantum Computer Solved a Problem in 200 Seconds that Would Take the World’s Fastest Supercomputer 10000 Years
Quantum Computer Solved a Problem in 200 Seconds that Would Take the World’s Fastest Supercomputer 10000 Years
Shamov | 26 December
In 1936, Alan Turing proposed the Turing machine, which became the foundational reference point for theories about computing and computers. Around the
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Why 'Perpetual Learning' Will Help You Thrive in the Changing World of Work
Why 'Perpetual Learning' Will Help You Thrive in the Changing World of Work
Shamov | 26 December
The world is changing. The Fourth Industrial Revolution is here - and it is having an impact on everything, including the future of work. A significant
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Everything You Need to Know About Superstar CRISPR Prime Editing
Everything You Need to Know About Superstar CRISPR Prime Editing
Shamov | 20 December
All right, let’s do this one last time. My name is CRISPR. I was made from a bacterial defense system, and for years I’ve been the one and only gene
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We're in the Age of 'InstaGrat' - and We Need to Learn to Say No
We're in the Age of 'InstaGrat' - and We Need to Learn to Say No
Shamov | 20 December
InstaGrat. It is not quite the same as Instagram, where we can put up pictures of what we want the world to see of us.   InstaGrat is the instant
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How Your 'Thank You' Emails are Polluting the Planet
How Your 'Thank You' Emails are Polluting the Planet
Shamov | 19 December
Britain could significantly cut its carbon footprint if people stopped sending unnecessary 'thank you' emails, researchers said, calling on the public to '
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The First Evidence That Drugs Could Turn Back the Clock on Our Biological Age
The First Evidence That Drugs Could Turn Back the Clock on Our Biological Age
Shamov | 17 December
After decades of research, here it is: the first promising evidence in humans, albeit imperfect and early, that a cocktail of three drugs is enough
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New York's Rooftop Farms Orovide Fresh Local Produce - and Help Stop a Sewage Problem
New York's Rooftop Farms Orovide Fresh Local Produce - and Help Stop a Sewage Problem
Shamov | 15 December
High above the streets of New York, more than 36 tonnes of organic vegetables are grown every year. And the farms that produce them aren’t just feeding
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Corruption Affects all Five Pillars of Sustainable Development – People, Planet, Prosperity, Peace, and Partnerships
Corruption Affects all Five Pillars of Sustainable Development – People, Planet, Prosperity, Peace, and Partnerships
Shamov | 10 December
Imagine your son is sick with a chronic disease for which he needs to take pills daily. The local hospital is supposed to provide medication for free, but when
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