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We used to get excited about technology. What happened? – MIT Technology Review

Innovation that truly serves us all is in scarce supply. That’s a problem.This piece is from our forthcoming mortality-themed issue, available from 26 October. If you want to read it when it comes out, you can subscribe to MIT Technology Review for as little as $80 a year.On a recent evening, I sat at home scrolling through …

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Gartner Top 10 Strategic Technology Trends 2023 – Gartner

or call $bacContact$ or call $bacContact$ October 17, 2022Contributor: David GroombridgeSee what, when and how key technology trends will impact your strategic ambitions in the coming three years.Download eBook: Your Detailed Guide to Gartner Top 10 Strategic Technology Trends 2023Maybe your business needs to save costs, to improve margin or to reinvest. Or maybe your enterprise is …

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The Computer Scientist Who Boosts Privacy With Entropy – Quanta Magazine

October 18, 2022Harry Halpin, photographed in Prague, has personal reasons for wanting the internet to be fundamentally more secure.Klaudia Poloncova for Quanta MagazineContributing WriterOctober 18, 2022Harry Halpin works on internet privacy for many reasons, but perhaps the most pressing stems from an incident that occurred over a decade ago. Halpin, who was pursuing a doctorate …

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HHS Approves Nation's First Medicaid Mobile Crisis Intervention Services Program, To Be Launched in Oregon – HHS.gov

Home > About > News > HHS Approves Nation’s First Medicaid Mobile Crisis Intervention Services Program, To Be Launched in Oregon The new Medicaid option, created through President Biden’s American Rescue Plan, will strengthen behavioral health care and make our communities safer by ensuring law enforcement can focus more on accountable policing and less on …

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myStudentAid Mobile App to be Retired June 30, 2022 | Knowledge Center – FSA Partner Connect

In this announcement, we inform the financial aid community of our plans to retire the myStudentAid mobile app this month due to low use. Students and parents will be able to access all of the mobile app’s functionality and more  by visiting StudentAid.gov from their mobile device.We launched the myStudentAid mobile app in October 2018 …

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Mobile/Digital Ticketing – University of Tennessee Athletics – University of Tennessee Athletics

  Manage Tickets Step-By-Step Guide Frequently Asked Questions Download App Parking Info   All tickets and parking for Tennessee Athletics events will be digital and can be accessed through a mobile device to improve security, reduce the risk of ticket fraud and offer added convenience. Fans also enjoy the flexibility of being able to immediately transfer …

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Build a shelf-size vintage computer museum made of paper – Ars Technica

Front page layoutSite theme Benj Edwards – Oct 17, 2022 8:37 pm UTC Yesterday, a Winnipeg, Canada-based artist named Rocky Bergen released a free collection of miniature papercraft vintage computer models that hobbyists can assemble for fun. They are available on The Internet Archive in a pack of 24 PDF files that you can print …

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