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NPR News: Hungry? Call Your Neighborhood Delivery Robot

Hungry? Call Your Neighborhood Delivery Robot
Self-driving delivery robots have popped up on the sidewalks of Washington, D.C. — and other locations have expressed interest. The bots learn about traffic patterns with every trip they take.

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NPR News: Social Media, Math And The Mystery Of A Mumps Outbreak

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Since August 2016, there have been nearly 3,000 cases of mumps diagnosed in Arkansas. A epidemiologist explains how her team used online data and mathematical modeling to understand the outbreak.

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quarta-feira, 22 de março de 2017

NPR News: A Smartphone Can Accurately Test Sperm Count

A Smartphone Can Accurately Test Sperm Count
Measuring the quality of those little swimmers usually requires a trip to the doctor. Researchers have come up with a smartphone accessory that would let men do that at home in less than five seconds.

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NPR News: Researchers Test Hotter, Faster And Cleaner Way To Fight Oil Spills

Researchers Test Hotter, Faster And Cleaner Way To Fight Oil Spills
The Flame Refluxer is essentially a big copper blanket: think Brillo pad of wool sandwiched between mesh. Using it while burning off oil yields less air pollution and residue that harms marine life.

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terça-feira, 21 de março de 2017

NPR News: New Device Restrictions On Some Flights: Few Facts, Many Questions

New Device Restrictions On Some Flights: Few Facts, Many Questions
Homeland Security says most personal electronics won't be allowed in carry-ons on flights from some majority-Muslim countries. The U.K. has acted similarly. Why the abrupt change? It's far from clear.

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NPR News: Google Vows To Remove Ads From Offensive YouTube Content

Google Vows To Remove Ads From Offensive YouTube Content
Google says it is giving advertisers more control over where and how their ads appear. Some major advertisers in the U.K. were outraged and some pared back their spending after their ads appeared on YouTube videos created by backers of ISIS and a violent pro-fascist group. Google also says it's removing more ads from extremist content and hiring more people to deal with the problem.

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NPR News: Trump's Electronics Restrictions Could Cause Headaches For Touring Musicians

Trump's Electronics Restrictions Could Cause Headaches For Touring Musicians
Cities like Dubai, Istanbul, Abu Dhabi and Casablanca have become popular touring destinations for prominent artists. What effect might the new baggage restrictions have on their work?

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NPR News: Google Promises To Keep Ads Off Of 'Hateful, Offensive' YouTube Content

Google Promises To Keep Ads Off Of 'Hateful, Offensive' YouTube Content
On Friday, a division of a global marketing group with a digital budget of more than $200 million put its dealings with Google on "pause," citing recent controversies.

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NPR News: The Emergence Of The White Troll Behind A Black Face

The Emergence Of The White Troll Behind A Black Face
Over the past few months, Black Twitter has noticed an increase in the number of white trolls creating fake Twitter accounts.

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NPR News: Are You Addicted To Your Smartphone?

Are You Addicted To Your Smartphone?
Behavioral addiction, especially to the new technologies so prevalent today, is the topic of Adam Alter's book Irresistible. Alva Noë proposes two criteria that may determine addiction to technology.

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NPR News: U.S. Restricts Electronic Devices On Flights From 8 Muslim Countries

U.S. Restricts Electronic Devices On Flights From 8 Muslim Countries
Passengers on flights coming into the U.S. will be allowed to bring smartphones into the plane's cabin. But all larger electronic devices, like laptops and cameras, must be placed in checked baggage.

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NPR News: Doctors Consider Ethics Of Costly Heart Surgery For People Addicted To Opioids

Doctors Consider Ethics Of Costly Heart Surgery For People Addicted To Opioids
A troubling trend has followed the opioid epidemic: people who use intravenous drugs are getting heart infections, driving up hospital bills and stirring an ethical debate among doctors.

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segunda-feira, 20 de março de 2017

NPR News: The Earth Is Flat? Check Wikipedia

The Earth Is Flat? Check Wikipedia
Wikipedia has discovered an educational mission in an age of rampant truthiness. And it's enlisting college students to help.

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NPR News: The Voder: The First Machine To Produce Human Speech

The Voder: The First Machine To Produce Human Speech
A 1939 invention called the Voder produced human-like sounds. It was an early electronic voice machine.

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