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Aerospike Nozzle Rocket Propulsion Is Face Melting Beam Of Pure Power - Digg
Aerospike Nozzle Rocket Propulsion Is Face Melting Beam Of Pure Power via Digg Aerospike nozzles are used most frequently in long burn hybrid rocket applications and are badass as heck.
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11 hours ago by joeo10
Future Firefighters May Wear Augmented Reality Masks Which Allow Them To See In Infared - Digg
Future Firefighters May Wear Augmented Reality Masks That Allow Them To See In Infared via Digg Someday soon firefighters could be donning high-tech breathing masks that allow them to see thermal images while keeping their hands free.
IFTTT  Digg  tech  technology 
11 hours ago by joeo10
The Ethics of Algorithms
"The Ethics of Algorithms is a combination research and education project. It aims to investigate the ethics and values of the computer scientists, information scientists, and software engineers who create algorithms. This research and education project aims to both bridge silos between philosophical and social scientific approaches to ethics to develop an integrated theoretical approach to ethics. Such a theoretical approach simultaneously identifies the analytical, moral reasoning that is happening during the conceptualization and design phase as well as critically analyzes the interplay between an individual's personal ethics and values and the ethics and values created by aspects of policies, institutional, economic, and cultural contexts. The proposed research furthers the literature on information ethics by taking an upstream approach that focuses on the design process. Finally, by focusing on algorithms, the proposed research will contribute to broader discussions about ethics, values, and big data. Algorithms are the driving technique behind the creation of big data sets yet there is little talk about the decisions and values that shape algorithm design and thus impact big data content. "
ethics  algorithms  big-data  philosophy  computer-science  technology  sts 
12 hours ago by tsuomela
How Technology Is Destroying Jobs
Automation is reducing the need for people in many jobs. Are we facing a future of stagnant income and worsening inequality?
productivity  jobs  innovation  technology 
13 hours ago by alpinegizmo
This Gigantic, Room-Sized Version Of A Microprocessor Is The Closest We'll Get To Understanding Computers - Digg
This Gigantic, Room-Sized Version Of A Microprocessor Is The Closest We'll Get To Understanding Computers via Digg James Newman apparently hates Moore's Law, and decided to build himself a massive, hand-soldered "macroprocessor" in his home. It's gigantic and slow, but it's pretty darn cool to literally see the information flow through the processor.
IFTTT  Digg  tech  technology 
13 hours ago by joeo10
Our mission is to invent, develop, manufacture and service advanced technology for high-tech lithography, metrology and software solutions for the semiconductor industry. ASML's guiding principle is continuing Moore's Law towards ever smaller, cheaper, more powerful and energy-efficient semiconductors.
Netherlands  Career  jobs  technology  engineering 
14 hours ago by zeest
What the Katy Perry hack teaches us about computer security
VIDEO: What the Katy Perry hack teaches us about computer security
grahamcluley  technology 
14 hours ago by slogger

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