Tag: Technology


Archaeologists Are Using Incredible Photographs From This Cold War-Era Spy Satellite to Unlock Secrets of World History

Satellite imagery from the Corona project, a Cold War spy program that acquired military intelligence about the Soviet Union for the US, is proving useful in ways its creators could have never imagined—including for archaeologists. “Corona is like a time…

/ January 8, 2021

Ethical minefields: the dirty business of doing deals with Myanmar’s military

Myanmar’s transition from five decades of military rule is a work in progress. Despite the junta’s formal dissolution in 2010, the release of political prisoners including opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi, and democratic reforms allowing National League Democracy to…

/ January 7, 2021

Selena Gomez Slams Facebook For Allowing Spread Of Lies About COVID-19, Vaccines

Selena Gomez criticised on Facebook on Tuesday for allowing “lies about COVID and vaccines to be spread on their platforms.”The singer had been responding to a tweet from the Center for Countering Digital Hate, a London-based nonprofit with the goal…

/ December 31, 2020

The 10 Most Astonishing Archaeological Discoveries of 2020, From an Ancient Cat Carving to the Amazon Rock Paintings

Despite its many difficulties, 2020 gave us some incredible discoveries. Shortly after scientists confirmed that the Museum of the Bible in Washington, DC, owned Dead Sea Scroll forgeries, putting the authenticity of some 70 other known fragments in question, the…

/ December 30, 2020

Biden adviser says he will invoke Defense Production Act to increase vaccine supply

A member of President-elect Joe Biden's COVID-19 advisory team told CNBC on Monday that Biden plans to invoke the Defense Production Act to boost production of coronavirus vaccines.Why it matters: The law allows the president to direct the private sector…

/ December 28, 2020

2021 could be the year automation and AI truly accelerate the economy

The coronavirus pandemic hit the global economy hard in 2020, but the economy may be close to consolidating years of technological advances — and ready to take off in a burst of productivity growth.Why it matters: Productivity is the engine…

/ December 27, 2020

When A.I. Becomes Creative

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KZ7BnJb30CcThe first 200 people to click my link https://brilliant.org/COLDFUSION/ will get 20% off their annual Premium subscription!General Adversarial Networks or GAN's are the new kids on the block, but they're already doing some interesting things.--- About ColdFusion ---ColdFusion is an…

/ December 26, 2020

Elon Musk: Affordable $25,000 Tesla and Better Batteries Are Coming

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P0zp6yB2m0UPrevious Episode on Creative A.i.:https://youtu.be/KZ7BnJb30CcIn this episode we take a look at Tesla's "battery day" and Elon Musk's plans for a $25,000 car.--- About ColdFusion ---ColdFusion is an Australian based online media company independently run by Dagogo Aaide since 2009.…

/ December 24, 2020

Magnetic induction cooking can cut your kitchen’s carbon footprint

To curb climate change, many experts have called for a massive shift from fossil fuels to electricity. The goal is to electrify processes like heating homes and powering cars, and then generate the increased electrical power needs using low- or…

/ December 23, 2020

The Great Google Crash: The World’s Dependency Revealed

Become smarter in 5 minutes by signing up for free today: https://cen.yt/mbcoldfusion4 - Thanks to Morning Brew for sponsoring today’s video. --- About ColdFusion --- ColdFusion is an Australian based online media company independently run by Dagogo Altraide since 2009.…

/ December 22, 2020

Editors’ Picks: 17 Events for Your Holiday Art Calendar, From a Christmas LED Flower Display to an Origami Extravaganza

Each week, we search for the most exciting and thought-provoking shows, screenings, and events. In light of the global health crisis, we are currently highlighting digital events, as well as in-person exhibitions in the New York area. See our picks…

/ December 21, 2020

Ranking the 5 big suits against Google and Facebook

Facebook stands to lose the most, but Google is more likely to lose: That's the consensus of experts Axios asked to rank the threats the two tech giants face as five separate major antitrust lawsuits bear down on them.Why it…

/ December 18, 2020

No spare change: how charities, buskers and beggars aren’t feeling so festive in our cashless society

Collectors for the Paralympic Games carried donation buckets ahead of the recent Santa parade in Auckland, asking for gold coin donations. Onlookers shrugged them off: “Sorry, no cash on me!” To the rescue, a charity volunteer waved a contactless “tap-and-go”…

/ December 17, 2020

A tropical fish evolved to endure rising temperatures – but it may not be fast enough to survive climate change

The climate is changing, and heatwaves are becoming more common and intense as a result. For the Great Barrier Reef, the world’s largest structure of living tissue, the consequences are clear. The reef suffered its third mass coral bleaching event…

/ December 15, 2020