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AT & T launches 5G network in 10 cities

AT & T announced today that it has launched its 5G network in its first ten markets: Birmingham, Indianapolis, Los Angeles, Milwaukee, Pittsburgh, Providence, Rochester, San Diego, San Francisco and San Jose. AT & T has published PDF maps of service areas in these cities in its press release. The airline is aiming for nationwide 5G supply in the first …

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The Nike Victory Swimsuit steals tricks from Fish Gills

In most cases, the Nike Pro Women's Hijab was a success. The lightweight headgear was introduced to Muslim women athletes in December 2017 and was worn by the German boxer Zeina Nassar, the American fencer Ibtihaj Muhammad and figure skater Zahra Lari from the Emirates, all of whom flown into Nike's prototypes. According to the search engine Lyst, the hijab …

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Utility executives considered Flint's tainted water a mystery

Veolia warned the city council of possible lead contamination and opposed discussions about changing the water supply. In a public final report to the city on 18 March 2015, Veolia informed the then Mayor, Dayne Walling, that the corrosive water could cause the pipes to leach out and cause corrosion. In this report, however, the possibility of lead was not …

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A sobering message about the future at AI's Biggest Party

More than 13,000 artificial intelligence experts flocked to Vancouver this week for the world's leading AI conference NeurIPS. The venue included a labyrinth of colorful corporate booths designed to attract recruits to projects such as software that doctors play. Google was distributing free luggage scales and socks that displayed the colorful campus motorcycles on campus, while IBM offered hats with …

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Google Assistant can now translate languages ​​on your phone

When I got into a taxi in Barcelona last year, my taxi driver started to ask me questions – you know, Smalltalk. But his phrasing was cumbersome because English was not his mother tongue. Cue a clamorous back and forth, but we both have a hard time really understanding each other. At that moment, I turned off Google Translate and …

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Gadget Lab Podcast: An interview with biologist Laura Boykin

The cassava plant is one of the most important food sources in the world. 500 million people live in Africa and the farmers have a stable income. The harvest is also susceptible to viruses that are transmitted by the white fly and can destroy the farms. Biologist Laura Boykin has found a way to stop the spread of these diseases. …

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Seattle joins in the rush to slow traffic on the city streets

Seattle sprouts. Census Bureau figures released earlier this year show that the city counted 15,000 people between summer 2017 and summer 2018, an increase of 2.1 percent over the previous year. This makes Emerald City the second fastest growing city in the country. The construction of multi-family dwellings has declined slightly compared to the previous year, but the cranes are …

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How polarized the political advertising system of Facebook

And indeed: it was. While the audience for the neutral ad was almost evenly divided, the researchers found that "Facebook delivers our ads with content from Democratic campaigns to over 65% of Democrat registered users, while ads from Republican campaigns deliver to less than 40% of users Despite identical targeting parameters registered as Democrats. "Targeting based on the Facebook classification …

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The next nuclear power plants will be small, lean and safer

For the past 20 years, the future of nuclear energy has been in a high-bay lab on the Oregon State University campus in the west of the state. Powered by NuScale Power, an Oregon-based energy startup, the reactor represents a new chapter in the conflict-laden, politically endangered saga of nuclear power plants. The NuScale reactor does not require massive cooling …

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