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FEBRUARY 03/2014 UPDATES. By Mr.Andres Agostini at
Maps showing which parts of the world would be flooded if all the world’s ice melted

3-D printing takes shape

40 more maps that explain the world

The Future of Space-Age Management

Race Is On to Find Life Under Antarctic Ice

Google sets up artificial intelligence ethics board to curb the rise of the robots


40 charts that explain the world

Assignment Remix: Intern-preneurs and Building Bold Thinking

The 3rd Citizen Cyberscience Summit: Feb 20 — 22, 2014


Waypoint 2 Space Trains Passengers For Commercial Launches

Megacity Tips from Europe’s Highest Town as Davos Debates Future

Student-built satellite sends data from space

How the Dream Chaser was built

How Is Business Intelligence Being Used Differently in Asia?

Stumbling Blocks That Faceplant Security Analytics Programs

Bio-printing human parts will spark ethical, regulatory debate

Bioprinting human organs and tissue: Get ready for the great 3D printer debate

China Emerges Tanzania’s Major Investor

How We Increased Productivity on the Shop Floor

Eve Online virtual war ‘costs $300,000′ in damage

Millions experiencing Arctic chill, new snow

Google Still Wins by Selling Motorola for Cheap

There’s a giant robot directing traffic in Congo

The Link Between Viral Content And Emotional Intelligence

Scientists Create Map of Solar System’s Asteroids

Hackers, spies, threats and the US spies’ budget

Sparking innovation

Sparking innovation

NASA Instruments on European Comet Spacecraft Begin Countdown

Media Relations: Why The Economist Thinks We Have It Wrong

How Your Internal Organs Could Power Implanted Devices

7 Takeaways From Google’s Sale Of Motorola To Lenovo

Mad for mapping: 6 projects that change the way you see data. What lessons can geography teach your business?

Trendspotting: 6 mapping trends that are good for business

Google’s New A.I. Ethics Board Might Save Humanity From Extinction

Russian Coders, Ukrainian Cybercriminal, Mexican Smugglers, And The Largest Cybercrime In History

African banks investigated for cybercrime complicity

Will the Next Industrial Revolution Be Bigger than the First? Will Geospatial Technology be Part of It?

New Patent Mapping System Helps Find Innovation Pathways

America’s Most Promising Companies: The Top 25 Of 2014

Solving the Mobile Device Dilemma: InZero Systems offers 2-Tablets-in-1

What We Talk About When We Talk About Economies Of Scale In Tech

What We Talk About When We Talk About Economies Of Scale In Tech

Emerging markets: Locus of extremity | The Economist

Climate change research is globally skewed

Towards the circular economy: Accelerating the scale-up across global supply chains

Towards the circular economy

QUOTATION: “…Our world tomorrow will be utterly different, in ways we cannot even conceive…”

RECOMMENDED BOOK: Why Most Things Fail: Evolution, Extinction and Economics by Paul Ormerod
ISBN-13: 978–0470089194


Mr. Andres Agostini

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