The NBA and WNBA wage gap explained via professional chess, Major League Soccer, and “Hero Ball”

Meet Anthony and Natasha.

If you follow basketball (and maybe even if you don’t), you’ve probably heard of him: Anthony Davis is a superstar. He was a first overall pick in the NBA draft in 2012. He’s a seven-time All-Star. And as of 2020, he’s got a ring.

You probably haven’t heard of her…

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Navigating the Terrifying Terrain that is Reddit

There are 183,000 communities — also know as subreddits — on Reddit. An intimidating number to say the least. The contents of the site are even more intimidating. In one corner you have harmless, wholesome memes and doggos. …

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By the numbers

Reddit is the 6th most visited website in the United States. Their monthly user base is roughly the same size as the population of the contiguous United States, plus another 100 million. …

This post was written by Alex Barbato, software engineer and the developer behind Harvest Reaper.

For those that love and loathe time tracking –

Last year, I was fortunate enough to see Rahaf Harfoush speak at our office about her (then) unreleased book “Hustle and Float”. The book’s tagline describes the title further — “Reclaim Your Creativity and Thrive…

Edge cases, EV and air travel precedent, the case for regulation, and the adoption of semi-autonomous vehicles.

Table Of Contents:

  1. 🤚 Pump the breaks: Why Autonomous Vehicles Aren’t Ready
  2. 🏎 Floor It: What to Expect This Year and into 2020
  3. 🛑 Stoplight: The Case for Regulation
  4. 🔚 Conclusion: A world without drunk driving, day care, or driver’s ed.

🤚 Pump the breaks: Why Autonomous Vehicles Aren’t Ready

Introduction: AVs following the trend of EVs

We talk about AVs — or autonomous vehicles — as though they’re…

Here We Go Again

Virtual, mixed, and augmented reality. The heads-up display and reality-altering technologies that were supposed to revolutionize everything from gaming to socializing to porn. …

5G. So buzzy, yet so misunderstood — from the tech that powers it, to the carriers that supply it, to the politics behind it. The first thing you need to know for 2019: how to understand, and therefore explain, the next wave in wireless technology.

Let’s go on a coffee…

An enhanced workforce dedicated to AI safety, big steps toward “general” intelligence, and so much more.


Expect an enhanced workforce dedicated to AI safety, big steps in reaching what’s known as “general” intelligence, and more of the same (i.e. “good” and “bad” applications of AI).

First, a small note on a massive idea

Unlike other emerging technologies, AI never seems to go away. It’s perpetually talked about, studied, revered, and feared.

It’s going to…

Let’s talk about fake news. I don’t mean the stories, like The Pope endorsing The Donald or truckloads of Hillary’s hired protesters, but the phenomenon itself.

During the election cycle, a whopping 49 percent of all news stories that were shared on Facebook at least 100 times were completely made…

It’s funny, really. We hit one million page views recently. One million. Yet I feel like a total failure.

Before I go any further, some background: while in college in 2014, I created a blog called The Rival. …

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