Americans Are Moving Less Than Ever, and It’s Bad For the Economy

An anonymous reader writes: The best job for someone is not always in the area where they live. Often times, the job that will pay them most, and make the best use of their skills means moving to another city, state or country. Though making the choice to move can be difficult emotionally, it is extremely good for economic growth. Productive people make productive economies. Unfortunately for the US economy,…

December 5, 2018
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“Top 10 Security Disasters in ML: How Laurel and Yanny Replaced Alice and Bob”: 2019 RSAC SF Presentation

December 5, 2018

I’ll be presenting again (10th year in a row) at the RSA Conference in SF, discussing how the information security industry shifted fundamentally after 2014 from ongoing confidentiality to growing integrity concerns. SESSION ID: MASH-F02 TITLE: Top 10 Security Disasters in ML: How Laurel and Yanny Replaced Alice and Bob SCHEDULED SESSION DAY AND TIME: Friday, Mar 08, 9:50 AM ROOM: Moscone West 2007 LENGTH: 50 minutes ABSTRACT: A seismic…

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Bizarre ‘Dark Fluid’ With Negative Mass Could Dominate the Universe

One of the most galling mysteries in physics is that of the dark matter and dark energy. Scientists believe that together, these could account for up to 95 percent of the total mass in the universe. Now, a researcher at the University of Oxford says a new theory could explain all that “dark phenomena.” From a report: The two mysterious dark substances can only be inferred from gravitational effects. Dark…

December 5, 2018
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