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First on CNN: Secret Service employees expected to face discipline over WH fence jumper
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Washington (CNN)At least six Secret Service employees are expected to face discipline over a security breach on March 10 in which a man gained entry to White House grounds, a Secret Service source told CNN Thursday. On the evening of March 10, a man managed to jump multiple fences and was on White House grounds […]

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Technology, happiness on demand and the absurd human condition
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Andrew Heikkila is a tech enthusiast and writer from Boise, Idaho. More posts by this contributor: Defining our relationship with early AI Let’s start getting excited about robots taking our jobs We live in an amazing world. While were not yet hovering through the skies in flying cars like The Jetsons promised, we are starting to build […]

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Dad Records Entire Vacation, But Has No Clue His Camera Is Facing The Wrong Way
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Let’s just start by saying, thank God for Mark Newman and his adorable, technologically impaired dad. As many of us know, technology has become a huge part of this generation’s lives. Whether you hate it or love it, there are definitely some perks one of the best being the fact that you can communicate and […]

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In push for more live video, Twitter officially announces the Producer API
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Confirming earlier reports by The Information and here at TechCrunch, Twitter officially announced the launch of a new tool for live video aimed at larger media publishers and broadcasters. The Producer API, as its called, will allow professionalpublishers to connect their equipment to Twitter in order to stream live video directly to its network. Twitter […]

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DeepScale raises $3 million for perception AI to make self-driving cars safe
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According to the World Health Organization, human error causes more than 90 percent of traffic accidentsacross the globe. Some 1.25 million people die in crashes,and 20 to 50 million people are injured each year. Automakers are scrambling to develop cars with advanced driver-assistance systems that are so good theyre crash-proof, or fully autonomous vehicles, each […]

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10 Things You Never Knew About Lefties
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If you grew up left-handed, you know that it comes with some challenges. For example, those desks at school were clearly made for righties you know the ones I’m talking about, with the little ledge for the right arm to rest while writing the answers to pop quizzes. Those were the worst! But that’s just […]

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While Washington Investigates Russian Meddling, Moscow Is Expanding Its Global Influence
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For all the Russia-related chatter coming from Washington of late, United States policy towards the Kremlin has been difficult to discern. But while much of official Washington and American media focus on the politically charged investigation of alleged Russian meddlingin the 2016 U.S. presidential election, Moscow isnt standing still but rather capitalizing on the distraction. […]

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Boffins recreate face of 13th century hospital patient – BBC News
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He was found face down, which archaeologists said is a “small irregularity for medieval burial”. Image copyright Laure Bonner Image caption Dr Sarah Inskip examines the skull of the 13th century man, known as ‘Context 958’. Professor John Robb, of Cambridge University, said many of the ‘inmates’ at the time were ill, aged or poor […]

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Chinese Park Skimps On Toilet Paper With Facial-Recognition Machines
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It may sound like a bum idea, but a park in China is using facial-recognition technology to dole out short strips of toilet paper in a high-tech experiment to wipe out thieves. All the TP in restrooms at the Temple Of Heaven Park in Beijing is now locked and dispensed by six machines that rely […]

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