The average Asian adult disposes of far less gadgetry than a Westerner, but many of the continent’s nations are ill-equipped to process the waste.
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An automated workforce is inevitable, but humans may labor alongside machines for the foreseeable future.
The work could lead to a new approach to the study of what is possible, and how it follows from what already exists.
Every president since FDR has had a science advisor. Trump has yet to name one or indicate leading candidates.
Modeled on a children’s toy, the Paperfuge can spin at up to 125,000 RPMs and doesn’t need electricity.
The past eight years saw some wins, and more than a few failures.
And so it squares up against its rival Uber once more.
A few unemployed Finns are receiving a monthly check with no strings attached—but it’s unlikely to tell us whether universal basic income is a good idea.
The self-styled competitor to Tesla is hyping a huge reveal in January, but rumors are swirling that the company is running on fumes.