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Finnish university's online AI course is open to everyone
Helsinki University in Finland has launched a course on artificial intelligence -- one that's completely free and open to everyone around the world.
3 hours ago by MIkeDSmith
Meet Sophia, the Robot That Looks Almost Human
Rubberized faces stretch into familiar shapes, driven by tiny motors and a distant version of artificial intelligence—is this the future? Meet Sophia, a social robot created by former Disney Imagineer David Hanson.
3 hours ago by MIkeDSmith
Y Combinator
Twice a year we invest a small amount of money ($120k) in a large number of startups. The startups move to Silicon Valley for 3 months, during which we work intensively with them to get the company into the best possible shape and refine their pitch to investors.
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yesterday by leninworld
Me and My Numb Thumb: A Tale of Tech, Texts and Tendons - The New York Times
SAN FRANCISCO — It took me a few months to accept that I had given myself tendinosis in my phone thumb.
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yesterday by odelano
Boosted Board founders enter electric scooter wars, intend to compete on quality and ethics | Electrek
As we’ve previously reported, the electric scooter wars have been heating up over the past few months.
yesterday by MIkeDSmith
Behind the Screens: Chance’s clean iMac-powered blogging setup | 9to5Toys
Behind the Screens is a weekly 9to5Toys series that takes you through our writers’ setups, be it mobile, desktop, gaming or home theater. Next up is Chance Miller, Editor at 9to5Mac.  Earlier this month, I ditched my roommate and moved into my first solo apartment.
yesterday by MIkeDSmith
Facebook is tracking you on over 8.4 million websites | The Outline
Facebook is tracking you. Even if you don’t have a Facebook account, or you religiously use incognito mode, Mark Zuckerberg’s monster almost certainly has your data meticulously catalogued and stored away somewhere.
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yesterday by Goldmanjordan
[Report] | The Sound of Madness, by T. M. Luhrmann | Harper's Magazine
Sarah was four years old when her spirit guide first appeared. One day, she woke up from a nap and saw him there beside her bed. He was short, with longish curly hair, like a cherub made of light. She couldn’t see his feet.
yesterday by egelwan
How Fortnite Captured Teens’ Hearts and Minds | The New Yorker
It was getting late in Tomato Town. The storm was closing in, and meteors pelted the ground. Gizzard Lizard had made his way there after plundering the sparsely populated barns and domiciles of Anarchy Acres, then by avoiding the Wailing Woods and keeping the storm just off to his left.
yesterday by dvand5
Designing the Identity of Design Notes – Google Design – Medium
If you’ve followed me for a while you might know that the Design Notes podcast began as a side project, recorded from my apartment after work with guests from around the world.
yesterday by RobertHjames
Code Name Crossfire Hurricane: The Secret Origins of the Trump Investigation - The New York Times
A Secret Mission, a Code Name and Anxiety: Inside the Early Days of the F.B.I.’s Trump Investigation via Instapaper
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yesterday by TypingPixels

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