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Self-Driving Cars – Will You Buy Them For Your Loved Ones?

For a while now, self-driving cars have been on our minds, and every day, manufacturers seem to make more progress. But to what extent are people actually ready to own and trust them?

The Long Monologue - Sexual Harassment in Georgia

Studies have shown that an important part of the population doesn’t even consider harassment as a form of sexual violence.

The Musk vs. Zuckerberg Cold War

It all started back in September 2016, when Zuckerberg's $200 million satellite exploded on one of Musk's rockets in a pre-launch test fire accident. The two tech tycoons now have a tested history of disagreement over the potential of artificial intelligence, with Zuckerberg being the optimist and Musk being the prophet of doom.

How to Survive a Terrorist Attack

The most important rule: Don’t panic, it will definitely not help you.

Good News Behind the Bad for Tesla

In 2018, Tesla traversed a bumpy road. This week, it announced that it was finally going to roll out a Model 3. What's in store for the company in 2019?

AI: Who Makes the Human Decision?

Yuval Noah Harari writes that there are 3 main challenges that humanity is facing at this moment: climate change, nuclear war and - last but not least - the human brain becoming prone to hacking with the advancement of Artificial Intelligence. But what exactly are we talking about when we talk about AI?

Christchurch Terrorist Attack: Lessons we need to learn

This act of blatant violence has showcased the deep-rooted divide on how we report and react to terrorist attacks

A Trap For Women

In the U.S. women’s voluntary labor is estimated to make up $18 billion per year.

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