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Americans Uncomfortable With Possibility of Ubiquitous Drones, Designer Babies

Slashdot - 19 April, 2014 - 04:35
alphadogg writes: "Americans are optimistic about scientific inventions on the horizon, though are cautious about future uses of DNA, robots, drones and always-on implants, according to the latest Pew Research Center survey on future technology (PDF). Asked about the likelihood of certain advances 50 years from now, survey respondents were most sure that lab-grown custom organs for transplant will happen (81%). Only 19% expect humans will be able to control the weather by then. When asked how they felt about possible near-term advances, 65% thought robot caregivers for the elderly is a bad idea, 63% didn't want to see personal drones in U.S. airspace, and 66% thought parents altering the DNA of prospective children was a bad idea."

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Americans Uncomfortable With Possibility of Ubiquitous Drones, Designer Babies

Slashdot - 19 April, 2014 - 04:35
alphadogg writes: "Americans are optimistic about scientific inventions on the horizon, though are cautious about future uses of DNA, robots, drones and always-on implants, according to the latest Pew Research Center survey on future technology (PDF). Asked about the likelihood of certain advances 50 years from now, survey respondents were most sure that lab-grown custom organs for transplant will happen (81%). Only 19% expect humans will be able to control the weather by then. When asked how they felt about possible near-term advances, 65% thought robot caregivers for the elderly is a bad idea, 63% didn't want to see personal drones in U.S. airspace, and 66% thought parents altering the DNA of prospective children was a bad idea."

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Americans Uncomfortable With Possibility of Ubiquitous Drones, Designer Babies

Slashdot - 19 April, 2014 - 04:35
alphadogg writes: "Americans are optimistic about scientific inventions on the horizon, though are cautious about future uses of DNA, robots, drones and always-on implants, according to the latest Pew Research Center survey on future technology (PDF). Asked about the likelihood of certain advances 50 years from now, survey respondents were most sure that lab-grown custom organs for transplant will happen (81%). Only 19% expect humans will be able to control the weather by then. When asked how they felt about possible near-term advances, 65% thought robot caregivers for the elderly is a bad idea, 63% didn't want to see personal drones in U.S. airspace, and 66% thought parents altering the DNA of prospective children was a bad idea."

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On the hunt for Google's Easter eggs

from News.com - 19 April, 2014 - 04:12
Here is a roundup of Google's jokes and hoaxes currently on the loose. Did you miss the Tardis?






Categories: Open Source

The secret to swarming robots? Simplicity

from News.com - 19 April, 2014 - 04:09
Simple robots that identify and move toward each other could open the way to armies of machines that measure pollution, pollinate plants, or fly through our bodies.






Categories: Open Source

Leaked photos may indicate slimmer next-generation iPad

The Register - 19 April, 2014 - 04:04
Will iPad Air evolve into iPad Helium?

Photos have surfaced that purport to show Apple's next iPad having a bonded LCD and front-panel glass display, allowing it to be even thinner than the current 7.5mm (0.29-inch) thick iPad Air – or perhaps the same thickness, but with a larger battery.…

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Reddit users discover iOS malware threat

The Register - 19 April, 2014 - 04:03
'Unflod Baby Panda' looks to snatch Apple IDs

Users on a mobile phone hacking subreddit are being credited with the discovery of a malware infection targeting iOS users.…

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MediaGoblin and FSF Successfully Raise Funds For Federation, Privacy Features

Slashdot - 19 April, 2014 - 03:50
paroneayea writes: "GNU MediaGoblin and the Free Software Foundation have jointly run a campaign for privacy and federation on the web. The campaign is in its last day but has already passed the first two funding milestones, and is hoping to raise more with the possibility of bringing in multiple dedicated resources to the project. The project has also released a full financial transparency report so donors can know how they can expect their money to be used!"

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MediaGoblin and FSF Successfully Raise Funds For Federation, Privacy Features

Slashdot - 19 April, 2014 - 03:50
paroneayea writes: "GNU MediaGoblin and the Free Software Foundation have jointly run a campaign for privacy and federation on the web. The campaign is in its last day but has already passed the first two funding milestones, and is hoping to raise more with the possibility of bringing in multiple dedicated resources to the project. The project has also released a full financial transparency report so donors can know how they can expect their money to be used!"

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MediaGoblin and FSF Successfully Raise Funds For Federation, Privacy Features

Slashdot - 19 April, 2014 - 03:50
paroneayea writes: "GNU MediaGoblin and the Free Software Foundation have jointly run a campaign for privacy and federation on the web. The campaign is in its last day but has already passed the first two funding milestones, and is hoping to raise more with the possibility of bringing in multiple dedicated resources to the project. The project has also released a full financial transparency report so donors can know how they can expect their money to be used!"

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MediaGoblin and FSF Successfully Raise Funds For Federation, Privacy Features

Slashdot - 19 April, 2014 - 03:50
paroneayea writes: "GNU MediaGoblin and the Free Software Foundation have jointly run a campaign for privacy and federation on the web. The campaign is in its last day but has already passed the first two funding milestones, and is hoping to raise more with the possibility of bringing in multiple dedicated resources to the project. The project has also released a full financial transparency report so donors can know how they can expect their money to be used!"

Read more of this story at Slashdot.








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MediaGoblin and FSF Successfully Raise Funds For Federation, Privacy Features

Slashdot - 19 April, 2014 - 03:50
paroneayea writes: "GNU MediaGoblin and the Free Software Foundation have jointly run a campaign for privacy and federation on the web. The campaign is in its last day but has already passed the first two funding milestones, and is hoping to raise more with the possibility of bringing in multiple dedicated resources to the project. The project has also released a full financial transparency report so donors can know how they can expect their money to be used!"

Read more of this story at Slashdot.








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MediaGoblin and FSF Successfully Raise Funds For Federation, Privacy Features

Slashdot - 19 April, 2014 - 03:50
paroneayea writes: "GNU MediaGoblin and the Free Software Foundation have jointly run a campaign for privacy and federation on the web. The campaign is in its last day but has already passed the first two funding milestones, and is hoping to raise more with the possibility of bringing in multiple dedicated resources to the project. The project has also released a full financial transparency report so donors can know how they can expect their money to be used!"

Read more of this story at Slashdot.








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MediaGoblin and FSF Successfully Raise Funds For Federation, Privacy Features

Slashdot - 19 April, 2014 - 03:50
paroneayea writes: "GNU MediaGoblin and the Free Software Foundation have jointly run a campaign for privacy and federation on the web. The campaign is in its last day but has already passed the first two funding milestones, and is hoping to raise more with the possibility of bringing in multiple dedicated resources to the project. The project has also released a full financial transparency report so donors can know how they can expect their money to be used!"

Read more of this story at Slashdot.








Categories: The Essentials

MediaGoblin and FSF Successfully Raise Funds For Federation, Privacy Features

Slashdot - 19 April, 2014 - 03:50
paroneayea writes: "GNU MediaGoblin and the Free Software Foundation have jointly run a campaign for privacy and federation on the web. The campaign is in its last day but has already passed the first two funding milestones, and is hoping to raise more with the possibility of bringing in multiple dedicated resources to the project. The project has also released a full financial transparency report so donors can know how they can expect their money to be used!"

Read more of this story at Slashdot.








Categories: The Essentials

MediaGoblin and FSF Successfully Raise Funds For Federation, Privacy Features

Slashdot - 19 April, 2014 - 03:50
paroneayea writes: "GNU MediaGoblin and the Free Software Foundation have jointly run a campaign for privacy and federation on the web. The campaign is in its last day but has already passed the first two funding milestones, and is hoping to raise more with the possibility of bringing in multiple dedicated resources to the project. The project has also released a full financial transparency report so donors can know how they can expect their money to be used!"

Read more of this story at Slashdot.








Categories: The Essentials

MediaGoblin and FSF Successfully Raise Funds For Federation, Privacy Features

Slashdot - 19 April, 2014 - 03:50
paroneayea writes: "GNU MediaGoblin and the Free Software Foundation have jointly run a campaign for privacy and federation on the web. The campaign is in its last day but has already passed the first two funding milestones, and is hoping to raise more with the possibility of bringing in multiple dedicated resources to the project. The project has also released a full financial transparency report so donors can know how they can expect their money to be used!"

Read more of this story at Slashdot.








Categories: The Essentials

MediaGoblin and FSF Successfully Raise Funds For Federation, Privacy Features

Slashdot - 19 April, 2014 - 03:50
paroneayea writes: "GNU MediaGoblin and the Free Software Foundation have jointly run a campaign for privacy and federation on the web. The campaign is in its last day but has already passed the first two funding milestones, and is hoping to raise more with the possibility of bringing in multiple dedicated resources to the project. The project has also released a full financial transparency report so donors can know how they can expect their money to be used!"

Read more of this story at Slashdot.








Categories: The Essentials

MediaGoblin and FSF Successfully Raise Funds For Federation, Privacy Features

Slashdot - 19 April, 2014 - 03:50
paroneayea writes: "GNU MediaGoblin and the Free Software Foundation have jointly run a campaign for privacy and federation on the web. The campaign is in its last day but has already passed the first two funding milestones, and is hoping to raise more with the possibility of bringing in multiple dedicated resources to the project. The project has also released a full financial transparency report so donors can know how they can expect their money to be used!"

Read more of this story at Slashdot.








Categories: The Essentials

MediaGoblin and FSF Successfully Raise Funds For Federation, Privacy Features

Slashdot - 19 April, 2014 - 03:50
paroneayea writes: "GNU MediaGoblin and the Free Software Foundation have jointly run a campaign for privacy and federation on the web. The campaign is in its last day but has already passed the first two funding milestones, and is hoping to raise more with the possibility of bringing in multiple dedicated resources to the project. The project has also released a full financial transparency report so donors can know how they can expect their money to be used!"

Read more of this story at Slashdot.








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