DT 111

D&T Issue 111

Green Steel and AI for Cricket

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Cricket is not a subject we bring up often (or at all) in this newsletter, but it has been changing for many reasons close to our fields of interest. One of those is artificial intelligence. From finding the sweet spot of the bat to transforming the viewer experience, the machines are hard at work.

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The motion design trend has been on the rise in recent years. Designers can now create memorable and more interactive content for their clients. Canvs Editorial writes why motion design has become such a crucial skill in the domain.

Vahak is not only an open marketplace for truckers, but it also provides drivers with services like healthcare and discounted fuel cards.

Workers in India, Argentina, and South Africa say that they are struggling to make ends meet.

The crypto market suffered one of its most dramatic selloffs in years this week as the prices of top cryptocurrencies declined as much as 35% week over week as fears of a broad economic recession intensified.

Jared Duker Lichtman proved a long-standing conjecture relating prime numbers to a broad class of “primitive” sets. To his adviser, it was a “complete shock.”

Apple’s design team is legendary. But following the death of Steve Jobs, dysfunction ran rampant, as Tripp Mickle writes in the new book ‘After Steve.’

The steel industry is testing new technologies that don’t rely on fossil fuels.

With some authors notching up a billion views, we look at how TikTok is electrifying the world of books – creating bestsellers, reviving classics and rescuing neglected genres.

This year’s data confirm how the various shocks of the last few years, including the Coronavirus pandemic, have further accelerated structural shifts towards a more digital dominated media environment.

A team of scientists has developed a biodegradable and antimicrobial food packaging solution that could finally put an end to the need for plastic-made food packaging items.

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