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MIT Technology Review: Computing

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The MIT Technology Review is a magazine that seeks to "provide an intelligent, lucid, and authoritarian filter for the overwhelming flood of information about technology." Published since 1899, the MIT Technology Review has gone through a number of changes over the years and currently provides accessible reporting about a wide variety of technology related issues. The magazine's Computing section contains a number of articles that will be of interest to a wide range of readers. One recent article investigates the neuroscience behind what makes us susceptible to hacking. Another explores the politics of Ajit Pai, who has been selected by President Donald Trump to head the United States Federal Communications Commission. Visitors can browse for Computing articles by categories such as Big Data, Security and Privacy, and 3-D Printing.
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Date of Scout Publication 2017-02-10
Archived Scout Publication URL https://scout.wisc.edu/report/2017/0210

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Subject: Comment On: MIT Technology Review: Computing
Posted By: vulcanmeister
Date Posted: 2017-02-11 00:06:14
I'm sure the author of the quote intended to say "authoritative" (reliable) rather than "authoritarian" (repressive).

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