Brain Chips – Will Human Minds be Hacked in Future?

Over the past twenty years, neuroscientists have been working on BrainGate. BrainGate is a revolutionary technology that connects computers to your mind wirelessly and it’s just hit on the world stage. Entrepreneurs in the likes of Mark Zuckerberg and Elon Musk have joined the race. The race is to discover the way to convert computer …

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Major Philippines broadcaster denied license as watchdogs warn over press freedom

Lawmakers in the Philippines have voted against granting a new permit to one of the nation’s biggest and most powerful broadcasting networks, a move that critics say will undermine press liberty. A legislative committee voted overwhelmingly Friday to not renew the franchise of media company ABS-CBN, which famous for its unflinching coverage of President Rodrigo …

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‘Tenet’ is the latest Hollywood film to be delayed because of the pandemic

London (CNN Business)Warner Bros. has postponed the release of the Christopher Nolan film”Tenet” because of the continued impact of the coronavirus pandemic. The sci-fi activity thriller was due to be published on August 12, however, Warner Bros. has vacated the date, citing”continued doubt,” according to a statement from the organization Tuesday. It didn’t give an …

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Why YouTube and Facebook Aren’t Fighting the Hot War for Subscription Video

Now, that is decidedly not the fundamental tenet of YouTube’s content plan. The Google-owned video giant has retreated from fighting from the subscription VOD arena with the likes of Netflix, Hulu, Amazon, and HBO — and today Disney and Apple, with WarnerMedia’s pumped-up HBO Max and NBCUniversal’s Peacock place to take flight following year. “That …

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Hong Kong’s Controversial National Security Law Could Have Global Implications

Within days of Hong Kong’s controversial new national security law requiring drive on July 1, scenes once unthinkable from the financial hub have nightmarishly come true: a 15-year-old girl arrested for waving an independence flag; books possibly offensive to China’s Communist Party removed from public libraries; protesters, fearing life imprisonment for wielding slogans, holding up …

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