Movie review: Gig economy satire doesn't quite click | Entertainment

Movie review: Gig economy satire doesn’t quite click…

[ad_1] A worker's stolen credentials might be the key to taking on a giant conglomerate in Noah Hutton’s debut feature film.-----In Lapsis, the debut feature from Noah Hutton, a quantum computing boom has revolutionized the…

'Lapsis' review: Clever sci-fi satire and critique of capitalism

‘Lapsis’ review: Clever sci-fi satire and critique of…

[ad_1] Somewhere between our current dystopia and the future imperfect lies the wily, charming “Lapsis,” writer/director Noah Hutton’s lo-fi sci-fi satire about gig economy workers in a recognizable alternate reality. A refreshing instance of world…

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Lapsis – Movie Review – The Austin Chronicle…

[ad_1] It's easy to forget that it's only been 20 years since under half of American households owned a computer. Even on the verge of the quantum revolution, many people are still living analog existence,…

MIT Technology Review hosts Future Compute Feb 10-11, 2021

MIT Technology Review hosts Future Compute Feb 10-11,…

[ad_1] Presented in two consecutive half-days by experts at the forefront of intelligent computing, Future Compute unpacks everything you'll need to harness the evolving power of these technologies. Future Compute combines the authoritative, influential, and…

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Digital innovation is unlocking new pharmaceutical and chemical…

[ad_1] CAMBRIDGE, Mass., Jan. 26, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- "Transforming R&D: Digital innovation in the pharmaceuticals and chemicals industries," a new report by MIT Technology Review Insights, explores how leading pharmaceuticals and chemicals companies are using artificial intelligence,…

Year in Review: Science and Technology Go Viral | Scientific technology

Year in Review: Science and Technology Go Viral…

[ad_1] Covid-19 has dominated science news. But other stories mattered tooDecember 31, 2020ON JANUARY 19, 2019, The Economist published an article on plans that were being developed for a rapid response to ‘Disease X’. The…