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    10 Frightening New Technologies

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    Technology makes our lives better. You’re taking a MOOC class, and have your appointments organized on your computer. You watch wepisodes on your internet-capable high-definition television. You pay your bills electronically and save time and money. That’s fine and dandy, ...

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    Brain-to-text tech lets computers read your thoughts

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    Jean-Dominique Bauby famously wrote The Diving Bell and The Butterfly by blinking as an assistant read out the alphabet, but locked-in patients could soon have a much easier way to communicate. For the first time, scientists have successfully transcribed brainwaves as text, which could ...

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    A Brief Introduction to Electrical Engineering

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    What Is Electrical Engineering? Electrical engineers design, develop, and test electrical equipment. The broad field of electrical engineering involves working with all manners of electronic devices, from pocket calculators to supercomputers. Often overlapping with computer engineering, a college degree in ...

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    MIT accuses Apple of patent infringement

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    MIT accuses Apple of patent infringement MIT has filed a lawsuit against Apple and Micron over their alleged patent infringement concerning a technology used to manufacture semiconductor wafers. The patent describes a laser-cutting process for semiconductor metals and was originally ...

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    Toward a Coherent Multicore Memory Model

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    Published by the IEEE Computer Society Srinivas Devadas, MIT —————————————————– With exascale multicores, the question of how to efficiently support a shared memory model is of paramount importance. As programmers demand the convenience of coherent shared memory, ever-growing core counts ...

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