Technology Is Not Pro-Monopoly – ValueWalk

Technology Is Not Pro-Monopoly
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Specifically, the myth “that technological changes have made competition impossible in a constantly increasing number of fields and that the only choice left to us is between control of production by private monopolies and direction by the government.” …

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Bannon rips Bush, Silicon Valley ‘lords of technology’ – Politico


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Bannon rips Bush, Silicon Valley 'lords of technology'
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ANAHEIM, Calif. — Issuing a defiant call to arms to grassroots Republicans, former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon railed Friday against dangerous “global elites” and the Silicon Valley “lords of technology” whom he said are robbing U.S

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DNA Techniques Could Transform Facial Recognition Technology – Scientific American


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DNA Techniques Could Transform Facial Recognition Technology
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The failure of this technology means visual surveillance still relies mainly on people sitting in dark rooms watching hours of camera footage, which is totally inadequate to protect people in a city. But recent research suggests video analysis software

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New car owners blast technology in Consumer Reports reliability survey; Toyota does well – Chicago Tribune


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New car owners blast technology in Consumer Reports reliability survey; Toyota does well
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“These new technologies can add features and improve fuel efficiency, but are more prone to have issues. More often than not, our data suggests it's prudent for consumers to wait for the technology to mature,” said Jake Fisher, director of auto testing
US auto reliability dented by new technology; electric cars fare better: reportReuters

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How Technology is Keeping Holocaust Survivor Stories Alive Forever – Newsweek


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How Technology is Keeping Holocaust Survivor Stories Alive Forever
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The life-size image of Pinchas Gutter on a video screen, fidgeting, blinking and tapping his foot, seemed present and alive in the way portraits do in the magical world of Harry Potter. The Holocaust survivor, who lives in Toronto, was nowhere near the

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The Curse of the Halfway Technology – Slate Magazine


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The Curse of the Halfway Technology
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The iron lung was a typical halfway technology—an improvement over what had been but nothing really close to what you'd truly want. That would be the Salk-Sabin vaccine. But for some, like O'Brien, halfway was the only way. They survived—and some

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Justices to Decide on Forcing Technology Firms to Provide Data Held Abroad – New York Times


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Justices to Decide on Forcing Technology Firms to Provide Data Held Abroad
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Disputes between leading technology companies and the Justice Department have become increasingly common, and the new case will give the Supreme Court an opportunity to weigh in on the clash between the demands of law enforcement and the …
US Supreme Court to Decide Major Microsoft Email Privacy FightU.S. News & World Report
US Supreme Court will hear petition to review Microsoft search warrant case while momentum to modernize the law …The Official Microsoft Blog – Microsoft
Microsoft Email-Access Fight With US Gets Top Court ReviewBloomberg
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Asics is using microwave technology to create custom midsoles in as little as 15 seconds – TechCrunch


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Asics is using microwave technology to create custom midsoles in as little as 15 seconds
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Asics is just offering a sneak preview of the technology at the moment, as it's still in the testing phase — but if all goes according to plan, it could be rolled out to the point of sale. Somewhere down the road, the company plans to bring actual
WATCH: Running shoes to be made using microwave technologyInquirer.net

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Junk technology: A ridiculous history of fast-food PR stunts – Engadget – Engadget


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Junk technology: A ridiculous history of fast-food PR stunts – Engadget
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Who doesn't love a good, over-the-top marketing stunt? Recently we've seen a lot of those, including Pizza Hut's Pizza Parka, a coat made out of the same …

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The Ethical Minefields of Technology – Scientific American (blog)


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The Ethical Minefields of Technology
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Almost all businesses today rely on some type of software, and few people would dispute the productivity increases that accompany new technology. However, there's a flip side to the embrace of advanced technology, and one with significant implications.

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