It’s issue #138 of DNT Weekly and this will be the last D&T edition for the year 2022. On that note we hope you and yours have a wonderful year-end. Here’s what we’ve been reading.
As we close the year, let’s spend a quick moment appreciating some of the dumbest moments in tech from the past year. Enjoy
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Federal regulators have sued to block the $69 billion acquisition, but the company has settled on a path forward and is preparing to force the issue.
2022 was the year that electric vehicles entered the mainstream. Not everyone has one, but buying an EV no longer makes you an outlier. Over the next year, that landscape will develop beyond the foundations of 2022. Here are some of our best guesses for what you can expect.
The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has warned that cryptocurrencies could cause the next global financial crisis if allowed to grow, even in a regulated manner.
For more than 250 years, mathematicians have wondered if the Euler equations might sometimes fail to describe a fluid’s flow. Now there’s a breakthrough.
The artist used ‘midjourney’ to create the AI artwork and his profile also features several other offbeat, interesting and fascinating work.
Public policies and institutions should be designed to ensure that innovations are improving the world; but as matters stand, many technologies are being deployed in a vacuum, with advances in artificial intelligence raising one red flag after another. The era of light-touch self-regulation must end.