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  1. Universal income may help alleviate the 'US of anxiety' — or become a lesson in 'bad math'

    Universal income may help alleviate the 'US of anxiety' — or become a lesson in 'bad math'The idea of a universal basic income is nothing new, but now more people are beginning to consider its feasibility in the U.S.


  2. Thousands evacuated as cyclone bears down on Australia

    Thousands evacuated as cyclone bears down on AustraliaThousands of people including tourists were being evacuated Monday as northern Australia braced for a powerful cyclone packing destructive winds with warnings of major structural damage and surging tides. Cyclone Debbie has been forming off the coast of Queensland state over recent days, the Bureau of Meteorology said, and is expected to hit land after daybreak Tuesday morning. Residents are being warned to prepare for the worst storm to pummel the state since Cyclone Yasi in 2011, which ripped homes from their foundations and devastated crops.


  3. Tech world debate on robots and jobs heats up

    Tech world debate on robots and jobs heats upAre robots coming for your job? Although technology has long affected the labor force, recent advances in artificial intelligence and robotics are heightening concerns about automation replacing a growing number of occupations, including highly skilled or "knowledge-based" jobs. Just a few examples: self-driving technology may eliminate the need for taxi, Uber and truck drivers, algorithms are playing a growing role in journalism, robots are informing consumers as mall greeters, and medicine is adapting robotic surgery and artificial intelligence to detect cancer and heart conditions.


  4. A Stanford engineer is making stretchable, flexible skin that's straight out of Westworld

    A Stanford engineer is making stretchable, flexible skin that's straight out of WestworldAsk Zhenan Bao why she went from designing batteries to creating synthetic, human-like...


  5. MIT's color-changing robot 'skin' was inspired by the golden tortoise beetle

    MIT's color-changing robot 'skin' was inspired by the golden tortoise beetleResearchers at Massachusetts Institute of Technology have created an insect-inspired, 3D-printed robot “skin” capable of changing color in response to the physical stimuli that it receives.



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