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Google Claims a Quantum Breakthrough That Could Change Computing
Have you heard about Google’s quantum computer? The company said that the machine needed only a few minutes to perform a task that would take a supercomputer at least 10,000 years. If so, this completely will transform the notion of technologies. Cade Metz investigates the issue in detail in the article “Google Claims a Quantum Breakthrough That Could Change Computing”.
Can You Really Be Addicted to Video Games?
The latest research suggests it’s not far-fetched at all - especially when you consider all the societal and cultural factors that make today’s games so attractive. “Can You Really Be Addicted to Video Games?” by Ferris Jabr elaborates on the subject, so check out the article if you want to know more.
Break Up the Media Giants
For decades, corporate consolidation has been judged almost exclusively on whether it would raise prices for consumers, ignoring how the market power of massive conglomerates can have broader negative effects on society and the economy. That’s finally starting to change. Paris Marx in the article “Break Up the Media Giants” examines the issue and explains the main changes that are going on in the media world.
Tech Companies Need to End the ‘Friendship Tax’
When did common interests with coworkers become a prerequisite for doing the job? Naomi Day elaborates on the subject of tech’s relations culture in the article “Tech Companies Need to End the ‘Friendship Tax’”. The topics of tech’s friendship culture and professional effects of friendship are covered in the article. In fact, if this were a problem for the majority, there would already be a solution, right?
A new look at how the brain processes sound could radically improve hearing aids
Healthcare is a huge trend right now. Recently, Mesgarani’s lab is figuring out how to develop a device that connects directly to the brain to pick up on the right sounds. It’d be similar to a cochlear implant, which can help those with extremely limited hearing by directly stimulating the auditory portion of the brain. More information you can get from the article “A new look at how the brain processes sound could radically improve hearing aids” by Katherine Ellen Foley.
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