Saturday, 21 September 2019
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Detroit police can keep using facial recognition — with limits

Added: 20.09.2019 3:17 | 10 views | 0 comments

The police chief cheered the vote, but civil liberties advocates warned that the technology was flawed and would infringe on residents' privacy.

Charles Library at Temple University / Snøhetta

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Sited at the intersection of two major pedestrian pathways, Polett Walk and Liacouras Walk, and at the nexus of Temple’s Main Campus, the project anchors a new social and academic heart for the university’s diverse student body of over 39,000. Woven into the fabric of North , the building sits just one block off of Broad Street, the connecting artery to the city. Within its dynamic urban context, Snøhetta’s design, developed in collaboration with Stantec, reinterprets the traditional typology of the research library as a repository for books, integrating the building with a diversity of collaborative and social learning spaces. And in offering more than double the amount of study spaces than its 1960s predecessor, Paley Library, the 220,000-square-foot Library anticipates over 5 million annual visitors. By uniting a plethora of academic resources, disciplines, and cutting-edge technology under one roof, Charles Library stewards Temple’s progressive mission to provide equitable learning experiences for its students, its faculty, and the surrounding community.

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Intertech R&D Building / ERA Architects

Added: 20.09.2019 1:19 | 4 views | 0 comments

Techno parks, Technology Development Zones or Innovation Centers are similar terminologies describing specially designated areas where research institutions or innovative companies developing new technologies are fostered by some legal and financial encouragements. In Turkey, the development of such techno parks first initiated within university campus areas where industry and university can work together. Recently Turkish government started to designate new technological development zones not only in university campuses but also in the outskirts of large cities. These areas not only have special legal and financial advantages but they also have rather flexible building codes. The innovative characters of the companies and favorable building regulations enable more exciting and fresh architectural examples to flourish in these areas. ERA Architects was selected by a client to design the headquarters in the new Technopark Campus.

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Robotic fish to scare invasive species and other news

Added: 20.09.2019 0:11 | 28 views | 0 comments

BBC Click's Lara Lewington looks at some of the week's best technology stories.

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Electric tech could help reverse baldness

Added: 19.09.2019 21:53 | 3 views | 0 comments

Reversing baldness could someday be as easy as wearing a hat, thanks to a noninvasive, low-cost hair-growth-stimulating technology.

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Biotech is going to the dogs - and big profits await

Added: 19.09.2019 19:56 | 33 views | 0 comments

For Jessica Lescault there is no question that her 6-year old English bulldog "Moose" deserves cutting-edge biotechnology cancer treatment as much as any human patient.

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Factbox: Animal health sector aims to emulate Zoetis biotech leap

Added: 19.09.2019 19:56 | 14 views | 0 comments

A commercial breakthrough in the field of complex therapeutic proteins for dogs by sector leader Zoetis has roused rivals to action in a hunt for biotechnology medicines to treat pets.

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The surprising future of driving: cars that spy on your every move

Added: 19.09.2019 19:19 | 13 views | 0 comments

All cars could soon be equipped with driving-assistance technology that closely monitors our driving. It could save thousands of lives – if we use it properly

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Tech investors: No broad lessons seen in WeWork valuation drama

Added: 19.09.2019 19:18 | 8 views | 0 comments

Two top technology investors cautioned against drawing broadconclusions about the valuation of private companies from questions swirling around U.S. office-sharing startup WeWork.

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