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23  février     17h14
   Tackling long haul diseasesMIT immunoengineer Michal Mikki Tal remembers the exact moment she had an insight that would change the trajectory of her research, getting her hooked on studying a long neglected disease that leaves millions of Americans suffering without treatment. It was , and...
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   The Download: Alabama’s embryo ruling impact, and remote learning for pre schoolersThis is today’s edition of The Download, our weekday newsletter that provides a daily dose of what’s going on in the world of technology. The weird way Alabama’s embryo ruling takes on artificial wombs A ruling by...
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   The weird way Alabama’s embryo ruling takes on artificial wombsThis article first appeared in The Checkup, MIT Technology Review’s weekly biotech newsletter. To receive it in your inbox every Thursday, and read articles like this first, sign up here. A ruling by the Alabama Supreme Court last week...
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   Yes, remote learning can work for preschoolersThe other day some preschoolers were pretending to be one of their favorite Sesame Street characters, a baby goat named Ma’zooza who likes round things. They played with tomatoes counting up to five, hiding one, and putting it back. A totally ordinary...
22  février     13h12
   The Download: tracking animals, and biotech plantsThis is today’s edition of The Download, our weekday newsletter that provides a daily dose of what’s going on in the world of technology. How tracking animal movement may save the planet Animals have long been able to offer unique insights about the...
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   Ready, set, grow: These are the biotech plants you can buy nowThis spring I am looking forward to growing some biotech in my backyard for the first time. It’s possible because of startups that have started selling genetically engineered plants directly to consumers, including a bright purple tomato...
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   Watch this robot as it learns to stitch up woundsAn AI trained surgical robot that can make a few stitches on its own is a small step toward systems that can aid surgeons with such repetitive tasks. A video taken by researchers at the University of California, Berkeley, shows the two armed robot...
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   How tracking animal movement may save the planetThere was something strange about the way the sharks were moving between the islands of the Bahamas. Tiger sharks tend to hug the shoreline, explains marine biologist Austin Gallagher, but when he began tagging the, pound animals with satellite...
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   Three frequently asked questions about EVs, answeredThis article is from The Spark, MIT Technology Review’s weekly climate newsletter. To receive it in your inbox every Wednesday, sign up here. For someone who does not own or drive a car, I sure do have a lot of thoughts about them. I spend an...
21  février     15h12
   Data at the center of businessWith more than, branches across states and million customers, each with its own unique requirements to satisfy its customers’ financial needs, a clear data strategy is key for JPMorgan Chase. According to Mark Birkhead, firm wide chief data officer at...
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   The Download: deep diving, and virtual power plants in ChinaThis is today’s edition of The Download, our weekday newsletter that provides a daily dose of what’s going on in the world of technology. Meet the divers trying to figure out how deep humans can go Two hundred thirty meters into one of the...
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   Why China’s EV ambitions need virtual power plantsThis story first appeared in China Report, MIT Technology Review’s newsletter about technology in China. Sign up to receive it in your inbox every Tuesday. The first time I heard the term virtual power plants, I was reporting on how extreme heat...
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   Meet the divers trying to figure out how deep humans can goTwo hundred thirty meters into one of the deepest underwater caves on Earth, Richard Harry Harris knew that not far ahead of him was a meter drop leading to a place no human being had seen before. Getting there had taken two...
20  février     16h11
   Transforming document understanding and insights with generative AIAt some point over the last two decades, productivity applications enabled humans and machines to create information at the speed of digital faster than any person could possibly consume or understand it. Modern inboxes and...
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   I went for a walk with Gary Marcus, AI’s loudest criticGary Marcus meets me outside the post office of Vancouver’s Granville Island wearing neon coral sneakers and a blue Arcteryx jacket. I’m in town for a family thing, and Marcus has lived in the city since after years in New York City. I...
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   The Download: hunting for new matter, and Gary Marcus’ AI critiquesThis is today’s edition of The Download, our weekday newsletter that provides a daily dose of what’s going on in the world of technology. Inside the hunt for new physics at the world’s largest particle collider In , using data...
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   Inside the hunt for new physics at the world’s largest particle colliderIn , Ray and Charles Eames released a remarkable film that, over the course of just nine minutes, spanned the limits of human knowledge. Powers of Ten begins with an overhead shot of a man on a picnic blanket inside a one...
19  février     13h11
   The Download: missions to Jupiter’s moon Europa, and Uruguay’s screwworm gene driveThis is today’s edition of The Download, our weekday newsletter that provides a daily dose of what’s going on in the world of technology. The search for extraterrestrial life is targeting Jupiter’s icy moon Europa...
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   The search for extraterrestrial life is targeting Jupiter’s icy moon EuropaWe’ve known of Europa’s existence for more than four centuries, but for most of that time, Jupiter’s fourth largest moon was just a pinprick of light in our telescopes a bright and curious companion to the solar system’s...