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Foreign Radio Was Only From The World, Not From Foreigners

The Last Fall, a Sofia Sheikh’s colleague sent a message to his Slack group, which included members of the group…

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Podcast: How pricing algorithms learn to collude

Algorithms now determine how much things cost. It’s called dynamic pricing and it adjusts according to current market conditions in…

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Robo-taxis are headed for a street near you

In the coming years, mobility solutions—or how we get from point A to point B—will bridge the gap between ground…

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Is Green Jet Oil Ready to Take Off?

Flying is dirty, especially when it comes to global warming. The return flight from New York to LA produces 2.4…

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Computer change | MIT Technology Review

Wing himself did not want to study computer science. In the mid-1970s, he joined MIT to do electrical engineering, inspired…

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To see the future with hope

For the most part, Azhar is well aware of the challenges posed by rapid change with these technologies, especially what…

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Alvy Ray Smith’s book review: Filled with digital light

Mu More Pixel History, Smith’s goal is to clearly establish a two-pronged approach to communication. The first issue is the…

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One laptop per Baby cannot connect digital components

Individual stories are constantly evolving on social media that has always been an important, even illegal, part of education. Ideally,…

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Fiction: Be a good example

Then I tried, up front, telling the boys what I didn’t want to talk about. But they wouldn’t listen.  Our…

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How MIT Technology Review revolutionized computer evolution

February 1969 From “Man, Machine, and Information Flight Systems”: Apollo 8’s flight to the moon involved the acquisition and processing…

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