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Remote work has been a concept for quite a while, but in the past year and a half, it has truly entered the collective lexicon of the world’s working force. Here’s a detailed report on the current state of affairs, and how they compare while looking back at the same concept retrospectively.
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The idea of creating a machine that can mimic human intelligence is a mainstay in the field of technology. We have already made the jump from “AI” being a movie from the early 2000s to something we take for granted as it sets our alarms for us on our iPhones.
Have you ever wondered how the world would be if the products you own or bought did not have any default settings in them? Please give it a thought and try to visualise it for a minute.
As the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games kicks off, Dezeen rounds up the most architecturally significant venues including buildings by Japanese architects Kengo Kuma, Kenzo Tange and Fumihiko Maki.
Amazon.com Inc on Wednesday filed an appeal with India’s top court against a state court’s order that allowed an antitrust probe against the U.S. firm and Walmart’s Flipkart to continue, according to source and court listings.
AlphaFold neural network produced a ‘totally transformative’ database of more than 350,000 structures from Homo sapiens and 20 model organisms.