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You Can’t Travel Back in Time, Scientists Say

Dashing the hopes of anyone who wants to be their own grandpa, some theorists now say this darling of science fiction just isn't possible.

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You Can't Travel Back in Time, Scientists Say

Dashing the hopes of anyone who wants to be their own grandpa, some theorists now say this darling of science fiction just isn't possible.

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eBrevia Applies Machine Learning To Contract Review

As a moderately active angel investor, I spend a lot of time reviewing legal documents. It’s a long, slow, laborious process and one which on the one hand introduces significant risks (what if I miss something important?) while on the other adding almost zero value to a transaction (after all, […]

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James Webb Telescope –

Orbiting through space nearly a million miles from Earth, the Webb telescope will open up new expanses of the near and distant universe to our view. Webb’s infrared-detecting gaze will penetrate clouds of dust within our own galaxy to reveal previously hidden secrets, and reach back in space and time to view the very edge […]

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Where Do Space and Time Come From? New Theory Offers Answers, If Only Physicists Can Figure It Out

At the same time, I’ve been watching how physicists are trying to power through their intimidation, because the theory promises a new way of understanding what space and time really are, at a deep level. The theory was put forward in the late 1980s by Russian physicists Mikhail Vasiliev and the late Efin Fradkin of […]

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Automation, Creative Destruction, and Your Job in Technology’s Crosshairs

Andrew McAfee of the MIT Sloan School of Management discusses the concept of creative destruction, which explains the phenomenon of automation simultaneously wiping out existing industries while creating new ones in their place.

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Automation, Creative Destruction, and Your Job in Technology's Crosshairs

Andrew McAfee of the MIT Sloan School of Management discusses the concept of creative destruction, which explains the phenomenon of automation simultaneously wiping out existing industries while creating new ones in their place.