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Published: 2018-04-24T22:38:00+00:00

 



An interview with Westworld‘s neuroscience advisor. (Season one spoilers ahead.)

2018-04-24T22:38:00+00:00

Artificial intelligence doesn’t share the same historic evolution as human beings, so it doesn’t have that same survival instinct. It doesn’t care. I’m not particularly worried about that scenario of a takeover.

↩︎ Observer

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Visualizing the big topics being discussed on the darkweb right now.

2018-04-24T22:34:00+00:00

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Visualizing the big topics being discussed on the darkweb right now.

↩︎ DarkOwl

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Last week, France's government banned animal-based terms for vegetarian foods in French—e.g., "soy milk."

2018-04-24T22:21:00+00:00

Last week, France's government banned animal-based terms for vegetarian foods in French—e.g., "soy milk."

↩︎ Quartz

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A decade after living a plastic-free month, a journalist finds people are using less, but stores are pushing more.

2018-04-24T22:11:00+00:00

A decade after living a plastic-free month, a journalist finds people are using less, but stores are pushing more.

↩︎ BBC

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How Bossip writes the world’s greatest headlines.

2018-04-24T22:07:00+00:00

He wanted the headline to capture what he called Ms. Swift’s audacity so he used a word that nodded to whitewashing: caucasity. (In further describing Ms. Swift as a “soft-boiled ostrich egg,” Mr. Lee was referencing a recent episode of Atlanta.)

↩︎ The New York Times

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The real problem with Facebook is it has no real competition—how could it, since it already has all your data?

2018-04-24T22:05:00+00:00

The real problem with Facebook is it has no real competition—how could it, since it already has all your data?

↩︎ WIRED

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See a nuclear detonation's reach and casualties over a map of your location.

2018-04-24T21:35:00+00:00

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See a nuclear detonation's reach and casualties over a map of your location.

↩︎ Outrider

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Now at three days, the UK breaks its 2017 coal-free record of 24 hours—its longest stretch since the 19th century.

2018-04-24T19:43:00+00:00

Now at three days, the UK breaks its 2017 coal-free record of 24 hours—its longest stretch since the 19th century.

↩︎ The Guardian

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SPONSORED: Stay current and fight fake news with a free daily quiz by Newsmeister.

2018-04-24T18:56:00+00:00

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SPONSORED: Stay current and fight fake news with a free daily quiz by Newsmeister.

↩︎ The Morning News

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Facebook releases a 27-page community standards document to show users how inclusive and welcoming its services are.

2018-04-24T18:51:00+00:00

Facebook releases a 27-page community standards document to show users how inclusive and welcoming its services are.

↩︎ Facebook

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Photos from Pinecraft, Fla., where hundreds of Amish and Mennonite families have vacationed for nearly a century.

2018-04-24T18:45:00+00:00

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Photos from Pinecraft, Fla., where hundreds of Amish and Mennonite families have vacationed for nearly a century.

↩︎ The New Yorker

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Two years in, Finland to end its universal basic income pilot, retreating to work-based qualification for benefits.

2018-04-24T18:42:00+00:00

Two years in, Finland to end its universal basic income pilot, retreating to work-based qualification for benefits.

↩︎ Time

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Alice Procter's Uncomfortable Art Tours pair 17th- and 18th-century art with the British Empire's ugly history.

2018-04-24T15:53:00+00:00

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Alice Procter's Uncomfortable Art Tours pair 17th- and 18th-century art with the British Empire's ugly history.

↩︎ The Guardian

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Amazon is delivering packages to Volvo and GM car trunks that are enabled with remote unlocking systems.

2018-04-24T15:43:00+00:00

Amazon is delivering packages to Volvo and GM car trunks that are enabled with remote unlocking systems.

↩︎ The Verge

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More than half of the world's wealthy investors say they expect to live to 100.

2018-04-23T20:31:00+00:00

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More than half of the world's wealthy investors say they expect to live to 100.

↩︎ Bloomberg

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For black Americans, every store is potentially another bad day at Starbucks.

2018-04-23T20:34:00+00:00

You knock on a door for directions, and you end up getting shot at. You pass through a convenience store for some Skittles, and you’re killed on your way back home.

↩︎ BuzzFeed

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Attention, Prime haters: your fellow humans believe Amazon is by far the best tech company for society.

2018-04-23T20:32:00+00:00

Attention, Prime haters: your fellow humans believe Amazon is by far the best tech company for society.

↩︎ Recode

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What it's like to seek marriage as a transgender Christian in Northeast India.

2018-04-23T20:30:56+00:00

What it's like to seek marriage as a transgender Christian in Northeast India.

↩︎ Caravan

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A prion disease is killing deer, but scientists don’t understand enough about it yet to know the risks to humans.

2018-04-23T20:30:12+00:00

Two meat processing companies, less than 100 miles apart, that only want the best for their customers—and each animated by a very different assessment of the risk posed by chronic wasting disease. Both say that science is the basis for their conclusion. And both are correct.

↩︎ Undark

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Even mid-career professionals writing for big magazines have nothing nice to say about the state of freelancing.

2018-04-23T20:28:00+00:00

Even mid-career professionals writing for big magazines have nothing nice to say about the state of freelancing.

↩︎ Medium

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One problem with being president of the US—aka, the hardest job in the world—is the ever-expanding job description.

2018-04-23T20:28:06+00:00

One problem with being president of the US—aka, the hardest job in the world—is the ever-expanding job description.

↩︎ The Atlantic

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A 700-year-old banyan tree was saved intravenously by hundreds of saline bottles filled with pesticide.

2018-04-23T13:54:00+00:00

A 700-year-old banyan tree was saved intravenously by hundreds of saline bottles filled with pesticide.

↩︎ The Times of India

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Iconic female archetypes remade as 21st-century women.

2018-04-23T14:06:01+00:00

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Iconic female archetypes remade as 21st-century women.

↩︎ It's Nice That

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France's Macron begins a three-day trip to Washington to save the Iran deal. Friends call him "the Trump whisperer."

2018-04-23T13:59:00+00:00

France's Macron begins a three-day trip to Washington to save the Iran deal. Friends call him "the Trump whisperer."

↩︎ The Guardian

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As marijuana becomes big (legitimate) business, say goodbye to the humble joint.

2018-04-23T14:02:45+00:00

As marijuana becomes big (legitimate) business, say goodbye to the humble joint.

↩︎ The Ringer

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Photos and a report from the National Radio Quiet Zone, home to families who are “electromagnetic hypersensitive.”

2018-04-23T14:01:12+00:00

“Everything you know about America, the good and the bad, is all right there... There’s this amazing scientific technology, and progress on the forefront of science, and at the same time, extreme poverty. When they signed on to be radio free, they signed up for their own demise.”

↩︎ Co.Design

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Interest in "Earth Day" may be flagging, but it served its purpose now that "climate change" is a household word.

2018-04-23T13:50:36+00:00

Interest in "Earth Day" may be flagging, but it served its purpose now that "climate change" is a household word.

↩︎ Quartz

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How city bananas are shipped, stacked, ripened (in rooms filled with ethylene), and delivered.

2018-04-23T13:47:33+00:00

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How city bananas are shipped, stacked, ripened (in rooms filled with ethylene), and delivered.

↩︎ The New York Times

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Congress recently lavished the public and corporations with cash, but it’s not a free lunch.

2018-04-23T13:44:29+00:00

The fact that debt and deficits are rising under conditions of full employment suggests a deeper underlying fiscal problem.

↩︎ Brookings

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