"Technology" Blogs & Blog Posts

Random Thoughts- Do They Have Meaning?Random Thoughts- Do They Have Meaning?

A Father writes about family, technology and more.

 
Raoul PopRaoul Pop

Thoughts on technology and other topics from a photographer and IT guru, as...

 
TechCrunchTechCrunch

Covering the latest tech news

 
GajitzGajitz

Gajitz is an interactive archive of innovations past, present and futuristi...

 
Your New RealityYour New Reality

There are so many kinds of reality, it's hard to keep track. Let me he...

 
purecaffeine.compurecaffeine.com

Nathanael Boehm on user experience design, social media and Government 2.0.

 
Zerg's rumbleZerg's rumble

Blog about GIS, cartography and technology

 


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Human biases exposed by Implicit Association Tests can be replicated in machine learning using GloVe word embedding, according to a new study where GloVe was trained on "a corpus of text from the Web." (more…)...

Andrew Luck, the highest-paid player in NFL history, got a cool new piece of technology recently. No, not a personal robot butler or a self-driving car — a flip phone. SEE ALSO: How to get better players in 'Madden NFL 17' Ultimate Team mode Lu...

With the cacophony of an election year ablaze with unparalleled drama being fought on the front lines of Twitter, we find ourselves slowing down and staring at it like a bad accident. The need for escapist relief is perhaps more dire than usual right...

Taiwan-based technology DuoSkin promises to let you control devices and data using skin via gold metal leaf tattoos.

University of California, Berkeley engineers have built the first dust-sized, wireless sensors that can be implanted in the body, bringing closer the day when a Fitbit-like device could monitor internal nerves, muscles or organs in real time.

For more than a decade, University of Southern California neuro-engineer Theodore Berger has been working on an artificial hippocampus, an electronic aid for the part of the brain that scientists believe encodes experiences as long-term memories. No...

Chipmaking is a relentless competition to make transistors smaller and smaller. Such refined technology is as inscrutable to users as angels dancing on the head of a few hundred copper pins, so James Newman set out to make a working CPU whose every c...