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Electricity Helps Find Materials That Can “Learn”

Electricity Helps Find Materials That Can “Learn”

A team of scientists at Argonne National Laboratory were able to observe a nonliving material mimic behavior associated with learning, which they say can lead to better artificial intelligence (AI) systems. This article was written ...

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FOMC Minutes Split Between Dovish (Slower Hikes) And Hawkish (Higher Terminal Rate) Views

FOMC Minutes Split Between Dovish (Slower Hikes) And Hawkish (Higher Terminal Rate) Views

Tl;dr: Perhaps most critically when breaking down the FOMC statement - the focus falls on one word: "various". ...
Visualized: FTX’s Leaked Balance Sheet

Visualized: FTX’s Leaked Balance Sheet

In a difficult year for the crypto space that has been full of hacks, failing funds, ...

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How Big Is The Housing Shortage?

How Big Is The Housing Shortage?

By U Cast Studios | November 16, 2022

Two teams of researchers recently released estimates of the U.S. housing shortage – and they differ by a factor of five. Is the national shortage 20 million homes or just 4 million? With a range that big, both published by […]

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Behind The Scenes Of Europe’s First Commercial Fully Driverless Shuttle Service

Behind The Scenes Of Europe’s First Commercial Fully Driverless Shuttle Service

Technology provider EasyMile recently won a 10-year contract for a fleet of fully driverless (without any human supervisor on board) shuttles for ...
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See 867 Military Bases On New Online Tool

See 867 Military Bases On New Online Tool

World BEYOND War has launched a new online tool that allows the user to view a globe pock-marked with 867 U.S. military bases ...
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Those 16 To 19 Years Old Have Returned To Work, Other Age Groups Haven't

Those 16 To 19 Years Old Have Returned To Work, Other Age Groups Haven’t

By U Cast Studios | November 15, 2022

Where are older zoomers hiding? Definitions The participation rate is the percentage of the population that is either working or actively looking for work. The labor force participation rate is calculated as: (Labor Force ÷ Civilian Noninstitutional Population) x 100. The […]

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Google Pays 392 Million In Landmark US Privacy Case

Google Pays $392 Million In Landmark US Privacy Case

By U Cast Studios | November 14, 2022

Google on Monday agreed to pay $392 million to settle a landmark privacy case with 40 US states over accusations that the search engine giant misled users into believing location tracking on their devices had been switched off. This article […]

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The Top 100 Most Valuable Brands In 2022

The Top 100 Most Valuable Brands In 2022

By U Cast Studios | November 1, 2022
Is The Netherlands The Most Unequal Country In The World?

Is The Netherlands The Most Unequal Country In The World?

By Marcella Wilroy | October 31, 2022
Is Affordability Just, “You Get What You Pay For?"

Is Affordability Just, “You Get What You Pay For?”

By U Cast Studios | October 28, 2022
The Trouble For Big Tech Stocks In Two Charts Part Deux

The Trouble For Big Tech Stocks In Two Charts, Part Deux

By U Cast Studios | October 28, 2022
Hot New Trend For Real Estate Investors: Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs)

Hot New Trend For Real Estate Investors: Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs)

By U Cast Studios | October 27, 2022
Cultural Crisis? Moral Breakdown? Or A Glimpse Of The Transhumanist Future?

Cultural Crisis? Moral Breakdown? Or A Glimpse Of The Transhumanist Future?

By U Cast Studios | October 27, 2022
UniTune: Google’s Alternative Neural Image Editing Technique

UniTune: Google’s Alternative Neural Image Editing Technique

By U Cast Studios | October 26, 2022
Police Piracy Blacklist: UK Govt. Wants To Know Who’s Still Funding Pirate Sites

Police Piracy Blacklist: UK Govt. Wants To Know Who’s Still Funding Pirate Sites

By U Cast Studios | October 25, 2022
20 Years Of Top Trending Google Searches

20 Years Of Top Trending Google Searches

By U Cast Studios | October 25, 2022
We Have Plenty Of Land In The United States. But Can All Of It Support Housing?

We Have Plenty Of Land In The United States. But Can All Of It Support Housing?

By U Cast Studios | October 24, 2022
BioLargos Breakthrough PFAS Removal Technology Offers Hope For Clean Water Across The U.S.

BioLargo’s Breakthrough PFAS Removal Technology Offers Hope For Clean Water Across The U.S.

By U Cast Studios | October 21, 2022
What Types Of People Appear Most On International Currencies?

What Types Of People Appear Most On International Currencies?

By U Cast Studios | October 18, 2022
Ian Fleming And The FBI

Ian Fleming And The FBI

By U Cast Studios | October 17, 2022
Deflation Will Become The Problem When “Something Breaks”

Deflation Will Become The Problem When “Something Breaks”

By U Cast Studios | October 14, 2022
Amazing Facts & Trivia (21st Edition)

Amazing Facts & Trivia (21st Edition)

By Chris Carnicelli | October 13, 2022
5.3 Billion Cell Phones To Become Waste In 2022

5.3 Billion Cell Phones To Become Waste In 2022

By U Cast Studios | October 13, 2022
Rent Inflation Hits Outer-Ring Suburbs The Most, Core Cities The Least

Rent Inflation Hits Outer-Ring Suburbs The Most, Core Cities The Least

By U Cast Studios | October 12, 2022
‘Minimobility’ Can Make Streets Safer — But Will SUV-Loving Americans Embrace It?

‘Minimobility’ Can Make Streets Safer — But Will Americans Embrace It?

By U Cast Studios | October 12, 2022