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The R&D partnership between Solid Power and BMW provides a glimpse into the battery industry’s future

One of the front-runners in the quest to commercialize all-solid-state lithium-ion batteries, olid Power, has recently struggled. But a new agreement with BMW could provide the boost it requires. Solid Power’s share price followed the all-too-familiar SPAC bounce then fall after going public via SPAC in late 2021, trading for …

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FTC imposes a $520 million fine on Epic Games, the maker of Fortnite, for kid privacy and item store fees

As part of a $520 million settlement, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) charged Epic Games on Monday morning for allegations involving children’s privacy. According to a press release from the FTC, Epic Games, the developer of well-known all-ages video games like “Fortnite” and “Fall Guys,” allegedly violated the Children’s Online …

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The Impact of Nuclear Fusion on the World

This month, the National Ignition Facility (NIF) at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory accomplished nuclear fusion ignition for the first time. This important milestone demonstrates that controlled fusion, which releases more energy than it absorbs, is possible in the laboratory. Although there is a long way to go before fusion …

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The Lensa AI App Is Not Technically Stealing Artists’ Work, But It Will Significantly Change The Art World, nevertheless.

After adding a function that enables users to create gorgeous digital portraits of yourself in modern art styles, the Lensa photo and video editing software has gained social media notoriety in recent weeks. For a little cost and the effort of uploading 10 to 20 different pictures of oneself, it …

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