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Science & Engineering

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  • 29
    Mar

    2022

    An introduction to “Big Data and the Welfare...

    A central function of the state is to provide insurance against the vagaries of life and markets, such as accidents, ill health, old age, or unemployment. Collectively, these mandatory risk pooling arrangements...

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  • 28
    Mar

    2022

    I Want to Save the World!

    My co-authors and I were having our first meeting with Sara Epperson, Yale’s Director of Digital Education, to discuss our proposal to record a Coursera online class based on our then-upcoming textbook...

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  • 11
    Nov

    2021

    How reliable is wind energy?

    Using wind energy to generate electricity has been a big topic in the climate change discussion for many years. But can we rely on renewables like wind to take up the slack as we begin to phase out...

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  • 10
    Nov

    2021

    Climate Change, Sustainable Engineering &...

    Edited by Ellie Pawsey, Marketing Executive, Cambridge University Press How can technology help us create a greener future? The UK is hosting the 26th UN Climate Change Conference of the...

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  • 9
    Nov

    2021

    The Cutting-Edge of Edge Learning

    Machine Learning (ML) has demonstrated great promises in various fields, e.g., smart health, smart surveillance, smart home, self-driving, smart grid, which are fundamentally altering the way individuals...

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  • 29
    Oct

    2021

    Q&A with Chris Jay Hoofnagle & Simson L....

    Law and Policy for the Quantum Age (out now as Open Access) is for readers interested in the political and business strategies underlying quantum sensing, computing, and communication. This work explains...

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  • 8
    Oct

    2021

    The Physics of Climate Prediction

    Syukuro Manabe explains how mountains affect the Earth’s climate (1972 photo, courtesy of NOAA/GFDL) Climate scientist Syukuro Manabe shared the 2021 Nobel Prize in Physics for his contributions...

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  • 28
    Sep

    2021

    Envisioning and Defining 6G Together

    We expect 6G to hit the market around 2030, but we don’t really know what 6G is yet. This is a question our industry needs to answer in the next ten years. Can we find the right answer to satisfy...

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