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Thursday, July 19, 2018
 

Uber Tells London’s Regulators ‘We’ve Changed’

The ride-sharing company needs the world to believe that it has reformed if it’s going to get self-driving cars on the road.

Via:: Wired News

 

Using Library Science to Map the Child Separation Crisis

Scholars at Columbia University organized a six-day “crisis researchathon” to try to answer one question: Where are the children?

Via:: Wired News

 

At Cannes Lions, many companies have yachts, but Google, Facebook sponsor their own beaches

Facebook, Google, Snapchat, Spotify sponsored beaches and events, are a symbol of techs increasing influence/disruption of advertising and media industries.

Via:: USA Today Tech News

 

More Millennials are using food-delivery apps to order in

Millennials are ordering their dinner through apps. Elizabeth Keatinge has more.

Via:: USA Today Tech News

 

The upcoming blood moon will be the longest lunar eclipse this century

We aren’t strangers to seeing the moon in the sky, but the Blood Moon that’s set to take place in July is going to be a little different.

Via:: USA Today Tech News

 

It’s Time You Learned About Quantum Computing

A researcher explains quantum computing in terms anyone can understand—even an 8-year-old.

Via:: Wired News

 

Elon Musk’s OpenAI Takes on Pro Gamers in Dota 2—And Could Win

A five-bot team from Elon Musk’s OpenAI will compete against professional players of Dota 2, in a test of the powers of machine learning.

Via:: Wired News

 

Switching wireless plans can mean having to expose your 'hard' credit record

Joining a new cell phone plan? Be prepared for a credit check, including a ‘hard pull,’ a standard part of getting a new credit card or loan. That was the case for new customers of the Kickstart Unlimited plan that Sprint recently offered.

Via:: USA Today Tech News

 

‘Westworld’ Recap, Season 2 Episode 10: What *Is* Real?

All of Season 2 has toyed with perceptions of reality—and the finale took that to the extreme.

Via:: Wired News

 

'Flawed, goofy' plan to split California into 3 states needs to win over skeptics

A proposal to split California into three states will appear on the November ballot. But supporters will need to convince voters in the Imperial and Coachella valleys that the proposal is more than an out-there idea from an eccentric billionaire.

Via:: USA Today Tech News

 
 
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