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The Best of the Physics arXiv (week ending December 15, 2018)
One of crypto’s most futuristic-sounding projects just came crashing down
China has never had a real chip industry. Making AI chips could change that.
Virgin Galactic has reached suborbital space for the first time
New York’s new wage law for Uber drivers is a lesson for cities around the world
Intel’s new 3D chip technology may help prolong Moore’s Law
A radical new neural network design could overcome big challenges in AI
The US has blamed Chinese state hackers for the Marriott hotel data breach
These incredibly real fake faces show how algorithms can now mess with us
Does dark matter really cause skin cancer? Have a guess.
At least 15 central banks are serious about getting into digital currency
Bees that wear tiny sensor-filled backpacks could monitor farms all day long
All automated hiring software is prone to bias by default
Data that illuminates the AI boom
China’s losing its taste for nuclear power. That’s bad news.
Car-hailing firm Didi has a new dispatching algorithm that adapts to rider demand
Facebook’s new privacy blunder may have exposed your private photos
Google will stop providing face recognition—but it will be hard to slow it’s use
Postmates has launched a delivery robot that will bring lunch to your door
Ethereum thinks it can change the world. It’s running out of time to prove it.
Signing the Paris climate deal was the easy part. We’re failing at the hard part.
Virgin Galactic could reach space for the first time this week
What Google CEO Sundar Pichai’s visit to Congress taught us (spoiler: not a lot)
A new AI method can train on medical records without revealing patient data
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