#Destaques
The ‘Black Hole’ That Sucks Up Silicon Valley’s Money

#Artes
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#Cidades
Nobody Knows Exactly How Much Energy Bitcoin Is Using

What Happens to the Plastic We Throw Out

#FuturoDoTrabalho
This $2 Billion AI Startup Aims to Teach Factory Robots to Think

#InSegurança
Interpol’s New Software Will Recognize Criminals by Their Voices

Project Shield is a free service that uses Google technology to protect news sites and free expression from DDoS attacks on the web.

Hackers could use brainwaves to steal passwords

#Media
Churn Rate: Getting a paid subscriber is step one, but keeping the subscriber quickly becomes step two.

How Facebook and Google became two of the biggest funders of journalism in the world

Can we still trust polls?

#Memórias
The internet’s problems haven’t changed in 22 years

20 years of the Laws of Cyberspace

In order to understand venture capital, you have to understand not only how it works, but where it comes from.

45-year CPU evolution: one law and two equations

#Privacidades
If Mark Zuckerberg doesn’t know who Helen Dixon is, he will soon.

Privacy-Aware Smart Metering: Progress and Challenges

#Realidades
Space tourism for the people: become a virtual reality astronaut

Dense Pose: this will pave the way both for downstream tasks in augmented reality or graphics, but also help us tackle the general problem of associating images with semantic 3D object representations.

#RedesSociais
White supremacists use YouTube to spread their hate—and the company is making a profit from it

#Telecoms
HTC Plans to Ship a Blockchain Phone This Year