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    [–] I spent the past month making this video about Elon Musk's life and his work ahead. Hope you'll give it a view! mvea 1 points ago in Futurology

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    [–] The Future Of JavaScript mvea 1 points ago in Futurology

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    [–] Report: GM and Waymo lead driverless car race; Tesla lags far behind mvea 1 points ago in Futurology

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    [–] Report: GM and Waymo lead driverless car race; Tesla lags far behind - GM’s acquisition of Cruise seems to be paying big dividends. mvea 1 points ago in technology

    LOL - I saw that article come up when I was driving. Just got to my office. It's fine. I think with ars articles (like businessinsider or wired or bbc) there are the .co.uk and .com versions which are basically the same, but the system don't pick them up as dupes. Or some sneaky users may use add (either intentionally or by accident) extra ? variables at the end of a URL to sneak in a repost as well.

    [–] In Colorado, a glimpse of renewable energy’s insanely cheap future - Even with storage, new renewables beat existing coal. mvea 1 points ago in Futurology

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    [–] AI Software Outperforms Humans on Reading Comprehension Test mvea 1 points ago in Futurology

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    [–] "2018 marks the year that, by one measure, machines surpassed humans' reading comprehension abilities." mvea 1 points ago in Futurology

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    [–] Automation, robots and the 'end of work' myth mvea 1 points ago in Futurology

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