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Jenny Aysgarth
Editor-in-Chief

Astrophysicist and linguist, previously editor and writer for several online publications on technology, finance, and innovations. Content and strategy counselor for several projects.

Get Ready for Quantum Leap: World Governments Engage in Quantum Arms Race
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Get Ready for Quantum Leap: World Governments Engage in Quantum Arms Race

Ever since the eighties, when the very idea of quantum computing was introduced, the thought of creating a machine that uses the laws of quantum physics to enhance the computational power to a yet unseen scale was haunting the engineering community. Though, as it turns out, computer engineers, physicists, and entrepreneurs aren’t the only ones …

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Internet Laws: What You Can and Can’t Do Online Around the World
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Internet Laws: What You Can and Can’t Do Online Around the World

Some twenty years ago, internet access wasn’t seen as a utility like water or power supply. Using internet meant sacrificing your landline for as long as you browse someone’s homepages written in HTML or hang around in forums just to kill some time. Yes, some people are actually that old. Lots of things have changed …

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Patent Wars Get Personal: Developer Jarek Duda Claims Google Patents His Public Domain Contribution
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Patent Wars Get Personal: Developer Jarek Duda Claims Google Patents His Public Domain Contribution

The issue of interaction between giant international corporations and humble human beings has been, at least most of the time, one of the major concerns for cyberpunk fiction. The genre’s cornerstones like the original Blade Runner or Total Recall (1990) tend to depict corporations as inhumane entities throwing the world into the gorge of dystopian …

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Technological Advancement, Evolution of Civilization, and Regulated Breakthroughs
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Technological Advancement, Evolution of Civilization, and Regulated Breakthroughs

These days, it might seem to one that technological revolutions come nearly on a weekly basis. Innovative startups promise to disrupt nearly every industry in existence, so the disruption in question becomes akin to killing d’Artagnan on a duel: they’ll have to get in line. Elon Musk, a person who is just one childhood trauma …

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