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The 2002 Nobel Prize in Physics Shows the Potential of Quantum Computers

Quantum computing, one of the technologies of the future like nuclear fusion power or self-driving cars, is not only forever out of reach, but it seems to have the potential to be transformative. If researchers can develop a stable and reliable quantum machine, it will slow down according to Moore’s Law (Intel co-founder Gordon Moore’s …

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Robots and road users.As Starship Robots Do… | Ed Lovelock | | Starship Technologies | Sep 2022

Of course, Starship robots sometimes need to cross roads to make deliveries. This is only done at suitable pre-mapped locations, which could be crosswalks, traffic lights, or unmarked road intersections. We have pre-mapped all our delivery areas, so the robot knows which routes it can and cannot use. The robot is equipped with a series …

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Net worths of Bill Gates, Jeff Bezos, Sergey Brin, and other tech billionaires dropped in 2022.

This year has been a pessimistic year for the economy, with high inflation and fears of a recession leading to a sharp drop in the stock market. Tech companies are being hit hardest. Netflix’s stock has fallen more than 60% so far this year. Meta’s is down about 58%. Both Amazon and Google stocks are …

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“Wild” robots. I am often asked about the “rule of…”.Ed Lovelock | | Starship Technologies | September 2022

We get asked a lot about the “rules of the pavement” and how Starship robots move around the community, so we wanted to provide a little more insight. First, let’s take a step back and look at the rules of the road. These have been around for decades and are what every road vehicle must …

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Hurricane Fiona shows Puerto Rico’s power grid is still built to fail

Puerto Rico’s 3.1 million residents were hit by a depressingly publicized islandwide power outage this week in the aftermath of Hurricane Fiona. Some power has been restored, but he’s 1.1 million customers are still in the dark as of Wednesday morning.this may be day Before all Puerto Ricans turned on the lights and pumped clean …

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