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Startup Otto Demos the Feasibility of Self-Driving Trucks
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Virtual Reality: The New Prototype Is Digital
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Synthetic Coral Could Remove Toxins from Oceans
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Loss and Success: One Engineer’s Story
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Don't Cut That Grass! It Could One Day Power Your Home
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Attack of the Tomato Engineers
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AI Beats Elite Fighter Pilots, Can Run on a Raspberry Pi
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Is Pokémon Go the Tipping Point for AR?
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Zephyr OS, a ‘Secure IoT RTOS,’ You Say?
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3D-Printed Plastic Parts Are As Strong As Aluminum
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April 4 - Day 1: Review of Home Automation Protocols
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Toyota Window Loses 50% of Weight with SABIC Material
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3D Printing Now Good Enough for Final & Spare Car Parts
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Users Are Bored with Wearables Due to Lack of Accuracy
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InkBot: Building Your Own Robot That Writes
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July 12 - Day 2: Foundational Debugging Techniques
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Your Cybersecurity May Impact Your Customer’s Safety
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Gadget Freak Case #192: The Ultimate Wireless Volume Control
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Mimicking Rose Petals Could Create a Better Solar Panel
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Power Behind the Protocols: Batteries and the IIoT
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Tiniest 3D-Printed Lenses Made with Femtosecond Lasers
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