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14 technologies
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1 / 14   Assembly Theory: Life


2 / 14   Astrobiology: Exoplanetary Life

3 / 14   Astrobiology: Exoplanetary Life

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4 / 14   Big Data - Banking - Hackers

5 / 14   Biotechnology: Bioelectric Cell Networks

6 / 14   Biotechnology: Xenobots

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7 / 14   China's Tiangong Space Station

8 / 14   Content Networks - Video - Audio


  • Dollar Vigilante TV (PeerTube Instance)
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    9 / 14   Energy and Biotech

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    10 / 14   Flight Tech


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    11 / 14   LIDAR Imaging and Neuroscience

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    12 / 14   Neurocognition: Consciousness

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    13 / 14   Sentiment Analysis

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    14 / 14   Technology Integrated Into Law


    1. Recorded depositions changed the litigator’s relationship to witness testimony. The change began with the advent of electrical recording and amplification in the 1920s
    2. 1920s blood typing 1930s fingerprinting 1940s+ genetic paternity testing: trust needed but law had to incorporate
    3. 1928, Supreme Court Justice Louis Brandeis warned in Olmstead v. United States that “the progress of science in furnishing the government with means of espionage is not likely to stop with wiretapping
    4. Video evidence, see Kyle Rittenhouse - metadata tags revealing prosecutor manipulation
    5. GPS eavesdropping! In United States v. Jones, decided in 2012, the court ruled that use of a GPS device to monitor a vehicle’s movements constitutes a search under the Fourth Amendment and requires a warrant
    6. Copyright extends 70 years after the life of an author - Larry Lessig and Aaron Swartz implemented alternative copyright code Creative Commons for borrowing, remixing, appropriating work while retaining rights
    7. Predictive Coding and eDiscovery (Technology-Assisted Review or TAR) is employed to determine responsive electronically stored information (ESI) documents using AI-powered predictive coding and eDiscovery tools that use machine learning to parse data into decisions

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