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Jim Hackett does not have a conventional résumé for an auto industry chief executive. And that might be just what Ford needs.
Jim Hackett does not have a conventional résumé for an auto industry

A veteran of turnarounds, Jim Hackett takes on a big job navigating Ford into the driverless era

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05/26/2017 at 13:01. Facebook
Innovative finger vein authentication systems are more secure and reliable, and less expensive, than biometric security systems using fingerprint or facial scans.(Partner content via IEEEXplore)
Innovative finger vein authentication systems are more secure and reliable and less

Finger Vein Authentication: Improving Biometric Security

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05/26/2017 at 09:30. Facebook
When spinach leaves are stripped of their cellular material, human heart tissue can be grafted onto the vascular network. (via The Verge)
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05/26/2017 at 05:00. Facebook
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Google’s new ability to match people’s offline credit card purchases to their online lives is a stunning display of surveillance capitalism in action.
Googles new ability to match peoples offline credit card purchases to their

Google now tracks your credit card purchases and connects them to its online profile of you

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Who wins in a Siri vs. Google Assistant iPhone battle? (via The Verge)
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When a new object is placed in front of it, the robot’s deep-learning system quickly figures out what grasp the arm should use.
When a new object is placed in front of it the robots

The most dexterous robot yet learned to grasp from virtual objects

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Phi (Φ,φ) –the golden number or Fibonacci’s number– is a very familiar concept, known by mathematicians of all ages, art lovers, biologists, architects, musicians, botanist and even bankers. What's so special about it? Find out here (Partner content via BBVA OpenMind)
Phi Φφ the golden number or Fibonaccis number is a very familiar

Fibonacci and the Golden Ratio: Divine Geometry? - OpenMind

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05/24/2017 at 23:22. Facebook
If the Trump administration gets its way, the government will soon have the authority to hack into an unmanned aircraft and to take it down.
If the Trump administration gets its way the government will soon have

The government may soon have new powers to destroy drone “threats”

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05/24/2017 at 22:17. Facebook
India is going to need to burn a lot more coal and build out tons of new solar and wind energy capacity to meet future demand, hence some conflicting messages.
India is going to need to burn a lot more coal and

Why India keeps making grand claims about its energy future

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05/24/2017 at 21:00. Facebook
"I remembered the line from the Hindu scripture, the Bhagavad-Gita: [...] Now I am become Death, the destroyer of worlds.”. This is the story of Oppenheimer, one of the fathers of the atomic bomb, turned pacifist. (Partner content via BBVA OpenMind)
I remembered the line from the Hindu scripture the BhagavadGita Now I

Oppenheimer, from the atomic bomb to Pacifism - OpenMind

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05/24/2017 at 19:12. Facebook
The drug's FDA approval is “an important first for the cancer community.”
The drug's FDA approval is “an important first for the cancer community”

A new drug is the first to treat cancer based only on genetics, not the location of the cancer

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05/24/2017 at 18:03. Facebook
Microsoft lags behind IBM and Google when it comes to quantum computing. Will an inventive executive be able to help the company catch up?
Microsoft lags behind IBM and Google when it comes to quantum computing

He built the Xbox—can he make a Microsoft product out of quantum computing?

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05/24/2017 at 15:10. Facebook
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05/24/2017 at 09:30. Facebook
This summer Tesla aims to begin installing solar cell roof tiles that look and act like ordinary shingles. The company says the tempered glass tiles let light reach the solar cells embedded within them but can take a hit from a hailstone traveling 100 miles per hour. (via Scientific American)
This summer Tesla aims to begin installing solar cell roof tiles that

Will Tesla's Tiles Finally Give Solar Shingles Their Day in the Sun?

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