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Today’s TED Talk A sci-fi vision of life in 2041

Sci-fi writer Chen Qiufan doesn’t fear a dystopian future. Instead, he believes developments in artificial intelligence will make all of our lives better, healthier and safer. He takes us on a tour of the next 20 years of AI and shares some astonishing predictions for the advancements in science and technology that could await us. “For every future we wish to create, we must first learn to imagine it,” he says.

Cashierless checkout company Zippin raises $30M

A technology that seeks not only to make supermarket queues obsolete, but also generate big data insights for retailers.

The Data Privacy Industry Is Hot. Here’s What Entrepreneurs Should Know, According to a Top Founder

Humans are the most exploitable part of any system; they can be manipulated to intentionally or unintentionally give access to hackers.

Idaho Cybersecurity Task Force Meeting Spotlights Workforce

Attendees at the inaugural meeting discussed the struggles they face in hiring, training and keeping cybersecurity talent, as well as the need to give private firms more useful threat intelligence.

Warning: ‘Extremely Serious’ Microsoft Vulnerabilities Hacked By Ransomware Criminals

A former Microsoft security staffer has warned that cybercriminals are mass exploiting vulnerabilities in Microsoft Exchange email servers because organizations were not properly warned which systems to patch.

Unbelievable… – Inside the Largest Bitcoin Mine in The U.S.

Is this large mine one of the first of many?

Incredible Never-Miss Auto-Aiming Bow Puts Robin Hood to Shame

Learning to shoot a bow isn’t as fun as letting engineering and electronics do all the work for you.

Montana State University and partner universities collaborating to enhance cyberinfrastructure access and capabilities

Cyberinfrastructure refers to information technology systems that provide resources to advance data- and computing-intensive science.

Blood, brains and burgers: The future is lab-grown everything

Science fiction has long floated the idea of a device that can produce any kind of object one can imagine. Star Trek called it a replicator, while other writers have referred to it as a Santa Claus Machine.

MATR Launches The Montana Community Map. Would you like to be the “Keeper” of your community?

What’s great about each Montana community and what’s happening to make it a truly wonderful place to live or visit like career and real estate opportunities, housing and broadband availability, child care facilities, social activities etc.