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A San Francisco official wants robots to be taxed just like people


Robots are eating our jobs. This Californian grassroots initiative proposes one possible answer. Whether it’s immigration, health care, taxes or the environment, there are plenty of topics which drive voters. One that is not quite as much of a hot-button topic as it maybe should be? The impact of automation …

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Red Bull Music Academy uses 100 cars to make the largest synth orchestra ever


These type of installations showcase the vast musical applications of everyday products. Recently, 100 car owners had their cars turned into instruments in an unconventional orchestra. For the Red Bull Music Academy (RBMA) Festival in Los Angeles, world-famous artist Ryoji Ikeda arranged 100 cars to play note ‘A’ sounds for …

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Tesla is recalling 11,000 Model X SUVs over a seat safety issue


If you have one of the affected cars and haven’t heard from Tesla, contact the company to get your Model X checked over. If you’re driving a Tesla Model X, you might need to have it checked out. The company has issued a voluntary recall for some of its Model …

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Ancient tree stump’ spotted on Mars ?


UFO hunters claim that an image taken by NASA’s Mars Curiosity Rover shows an ancient tree stump on the surface of the Red Planet. A video posted to YouTube by Paranormal Crucible highlights the feature on the surface of Mars, speculating that it could be the petrified remains of a …

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Man in Love Allegedly Kills Lover After Ultimatum


Police say that Anna Alekseyevna Repkina, a young Russian woman who was found fatally shot in an Oregon woods, was involved in a love-triangle relationship with the man charged with murdering her. A statement obtained by PEOPLE confirms the arrest of William Chase Hargrove, 27. He is charged with the …

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Nobody’s happy with this new mural of Michelle Obama


A new mural of former first lady Michelle Obama, painted on a building in the Chicago neighborhood where she lived as a child and remains popular, would seem like an innocuous project. But the mural, by Chicago artist Chris Devins, has sparked intense debate — and not for the usual …

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