policymic:

Study says robots will possibly take our jobs in the next 30 years

A new study, commissioned by job search site XPat Jobs, argues that intelligent robots may take away our jobs sooner than we think — possibly in the next 30 years.

"People will be surprised how fast things will change," said XPat Jobs director Rhys Maddocks. "Technology and computers have only really touched the work market so far. That and the globalization of all work will revolutionize the way we think of work in the next 25 years.

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fuckyeahfeminists:

Ummmm…so Brown University found a student responsible for multiple instances of sexual assault. However, he has been not been expelled and is going to be allowed to return to campus this fall.

It isn’t enough for schools to find assailants responsible. They also need to be removed from campus.

hulu:

We usually just try and avoid the subject of math all together

lacigreen:

adorable graphic by Megan Gatts

jkhaskell:

fuckyeah1990s:

My review of the boy meets world episode where Shawn joins a cult

For some reason I just could not stop laughing

(via fuckyeah1990s)

askingspanish:

Usually used with “tener” or “sentir”, this is the very spanish (despite of its portuguese origin) word for homesickness and it is mainly referred to the melancoly of the motherland while the prefered term for other things we miss is “nostalgia”

askingspanish:

Usually used with “tener” or “sentir”, this is the very spanish (despite of its portuguese origin) word for homesickness and it is mainly referred to the melancoly of the motherland while the prefered term for other things we miss is “nostalgia”

fuckyeah1990s:

vhsdreamz:

Punk

I remember this commercial and thinking it really was punk.

astrodidact:

Want to build your own space agency? Well, now you can, because NASA’s about to give away a whole bunch of their code for free! You’ll have access to the coding behind robots, cryogenic systems and climate simulators. There’s even code for running rocket guidance systems.
Read more: http://wrd.cm/1i5Q3H9 via Wired, Science Alert/fb
Image: NASA

astrodidact:

Want to build your own space agency? Well, now you can, because NASA’s about to give away a whole bunch of their code for free! You’ll have access to the coding behind robots, cryogenic systems and climate simulators. There’s even code for running rocket guidance systems.

Read more: http://wrd.cm/1i5Q3H9 via Wired, Science Alert/fb

Image: NASA

(via newsweek)

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