Agtech Startup Gains Ground

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This story about a startup that converted rice hulls, which are a waste product, to a high-grade, industrial additive called Silica used in the manufacture of paints and as soil nutrient.
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Autonomous Security

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“This is what I was told. Hey Bill you’re out of your mind! This will never work. You’ll need 15 million dollars to build the first prototype and it won’t work. It’s hardware and software, too complicated. You should pick one. And lastly, physical security is not an investment thesis, you need to go away”
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The Cheating Iceberg

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The cheating scandal in university admissions may well be just the tip of the iceberg.  Test cheating itself has become pervasive in the growth of credentialed certifications, in areas such as computer network engineering, vendor-specific network, and data communications protocols.… Read More

Giant Fighting Robots

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Megabots proved the popularity and mass appeal of robot battles which feature innovation in mechanical engineering, robotics, and maneuverability. Matt Oehrlein’s perspective: When you’re building hardware especially hydraulics, I mean you just have a ton of power moving through these hoses. … Read More

The Quantum Computing Fronti …

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Quantum Computing is the next frontier in the evolution of computer processing power. It represents an opportunity to harness some of the strangest laws of physics to produce results to unique problems expressed as an algorithm.