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It’s the stuff of cyberpunk science fiction — tattoos adorned with flashing lights and sophisticated circuitry. They’ll monitor our vitals, we’re told, and feed us personalized health advice in real time....

source: Futurism

It’s a leaky world: A fifth of the earth’s daily potable water is lost to old, faulty pipes. Over 240,000 water pipes burst in the US each year, with each incident costing an average of $200,000 in infrastructure...

source: Quartz

There is something delightfully uncanny about entering the "Two Decades of Memes" exhibit in Queens' Museum of the Moving Image, and seeing a crisp, supersized print of the famed Expanding Brain hanging on the wall. As citizens of the internet, we exclusively consume memes...

source: Vice

With the owner’s permission, artists from around the world had painted on the five-story, block-long building in Long Island City for more than 12 years, transforming it into a destination stop and de facto graffiti museum replete...

source: The New York Times

The Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh has entered the final phase of construction on their museumlab wing, a new space dedicated to applying the practical displays and workshops of the museum to the daily needs of intermediate...

source: Next Pittsburgh

Machines will overtake humans in terms of performing more tasks at the workplace by 2025 — but there could still be 58 million net new jobs created in the next five years, the World Economic Forum (WEF) said in...

source: CNBC


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