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3D Technologies

How It Works: 13 Famous People Brought Back to Life as Holograms

The dead celebrity hologram has been a posthumous ethical conundrum for some time now. Should we be projecting hologram performances of people who are now dead without having obtained their express consent while they were alive?The debate will no doubt continue to rage on and will take on new dimensions, literally and figuratively, with the evolution of technologies like deepfake, extremely lifelike VFX, and even wearables.
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Science

Active Ventilation Can Curb Indoor Coronavirus Spread, Says Engineer

Critical to curbing the spread of the coronavirus indoors is maintaining a high air exchange rate.August 11, 2020A professor of mechanical engineering from the University of Colorado Boulder wrote a guide on Science Alert advising everyone to keep their living space well-ventilated because it lowers the chance of contracting the coronavirus associated with the COVID-19 illness.
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Career

10 Courses You Need to Become a Certified Project Management Professional

The Complete 2020 PMP Training Bundle is a comprehensive package that will teach you all you need to be a certified project management professional.March 02, 2020A career in project management offers rewarding prospects and many opportunities. But how does one get started on such a path?The Complete 2020 PMP Training Bundle offers all need to know about being a certified project management professional in just 10 courses.
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News

Robots That Deliver Toilet Paper? There's Data to Thank for That

P&G expounded the importance of observing consumers to get the products they need in their hands.January 07, 2020You wouldn& 39;t expect the CEO of a consumer products company to keynote a presentation at CES, the industry largest technology conference held every year in Las Vegas.But that& 39;s exactly what Procter & Gamble CEO David Taylor did during his second year at the tech trade show, laying out just how technology is helping the company get the desired products in consumers& 39; hands.
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Architecture

Students build Brighton Waste House from 20,000 toothbrushes and other waste

July 10, 2014The Brighton Waste House as it has been named has now opened at the Graduate Show. The inspirational eco-house is situated at the Grand Parade campus at the University of Brighton. Duncan Baker-Brown along with the co-founder of Freegle, Cat Fletcher, was behind the unusual project. The house was made from waste materials, which included more than 20, 000 toothbrushes.
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News

Is the Modern World More Violent? A New Study Has the Answer

A new statistical analysis of global death tolls from wars shows which way the violence curve is heading.June 17, 2020A new study by mathematicians at the University of York has used new techniques to shed light on the long-running debate over whether battle deaths have been declining globally since the end of the Second World War.
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