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Articles from MIT Technology Review (January 1, 2014)

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Title Author Type Words
A robot with legs. Product/service evaluation 131
A startup has trained computers to read your face. Now what? Talbot, David 749
AI startup says it has defeated Captchas. Metz, Rachel 428
Among Us: robots will be more useful when they can work alongside us, says Julie Shah. Shah, Julie 417
Beyond the checkout cart: here's why mobile phones, social networks, and instore tracking are blurring the difference between online and offline retail. 5197
Brainy chips: we should look to biology to figure out how to make smartphones more helpful, says M. Anthony Lewis. Lewis, M. Anthony 376
Danah Boyd. Bergstein, Brian Interview 832
Facebook's two faces. Talbot, David 1790
Fitness trackers still need to work out a few kinks. Metz, Rachel Product/service evaluation 489
Five most popular stories: MIT Technology Review Volume 116, Number 6. Letter to the editor 470
Fracking could turn out to be geothermal's best friend: a startup called AltaRock aims to turn a marginal power source into a carbon-free juggernaut. Bullis, Kevin 473
From the editor. Editorial 724
Good crops: crops that aid humanitarian causes may soften opposition to genetic modification, says Mark Lynas. Lynas, Mark 466
Morozov misses the point. Brin, David Letter to the editor 508
Printing batteries: new inks and tools allow 3-D printing of lithium-ion technology. Orcutt, Mike 419
Selling privacy short: technologies that make life easier also make it simpler to track your every move, warned Technology Review in 1985. 316
Simple smart watch. Product/service evaluation 138
Startup offers a curious twist on biomanufacturing. Young, Susan 694
The continuous productivity of Aaron Levie: the CEO of Box is building an online file storage system designed to reshape industries. Greenwald, Ted Biography 3565
The geopolitics of geoengineering: does humanity's tightening grip on the fate of nature portend new sources of global conflict? Kintisch, Eli Book review 688
The robots running this way. Knight, Will Brief article 170
The secret inside the new iPad: the inclusion of indium gallium zinc oxide transistors in iPads shows that the display industry is poised to begin churning out a new breed of high-performance screens. Orcutt, Mike 409
Thinking in silicon: microchips modeled on the brain may excel at tasks that baffle today's computers. Simonite, Tom 3241
Too much information. Schaffer, Amanda 1825
Twitter's world. Brief article 156
Why we will need genetically modified foods: climate change will make it increasingly difficult to feed the world. Rotman, David 5522

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