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Cure.org helps you save kids across the world with your smartphone

venturebeat.com
July 9-10, 2013 San Francisco, CA Early Bird Tickets on Sale Nonprofits are waking up to the benefits of having a mobile and social media strategy. Cure.org is on a mission to raise money for children in need, and is experimenting with a suite of mobile apps to draw attention...
Cure.org helps you save kids across the world with your smartphone

Survey of 12,000 studies finds strong agreement on climate change

arstechnica.com
Over half of Americans believe that there’s considerable disagreement among climate scientists about human-caused climate change—perhaps because they've heard that from industry advocacy campaigns and politicians. With so much controversy in the media, many assume that the same controversy must exist in the scientific community. In most situations, people...
Survey of 12,000 studies finds strong agreement on climate change

AI found better than doctors at diagnosing, treating patients

www.computerworld.com
New research by Indiana University shows using artificial intelligence to understand and predict the outcomes of medical treatment could reduce health care costs by more than 50% while also improving patient outcomes by nearly the same amount....
AI found better than doctors at diagnosing, treating patients

AI found better at diagnosing, treating patients, than doctors

www.computerworld.com
New research by Indiana University shows using artificial intelligence to understand and predict the outcomes of medical treatment could reduce health care costs by more than 50% while also improving patient outcomes by nearly the same amount....
AI found better at diagnosing, treating patients, than doctors

Injured iPhone workers to petition Apple at shareholder meeting

gigaom.com
Shareholder meetings in normal circumstances are rather boring affairs for those not interested in the nuances of corporate governance. But when Apple holds its annual meeting on Thursday, there will be issues besides election of board members and potential dividends on people’s minds. Two former iPhone factory workers in China,...
Injured iPhone workers to petition Apple at shareholder meeting
Children's cancer center leverages superheroes to help patients through chemotherapy

Catching up with Watsi: Y Combinator's first non-profit graduate

thenextweb.com
This is the story of Watsi a non-profit that found itself in the care of a startup accelerator called Y Combinator (YC). YC normally works with for-profit companies focused on technology innovation, and has generated successful businesses worth billions of dollars. A startup accelerator backing a non-profit can be compared to the unlikely scenario of...
Catching up with Watsi: Y Combinator's first non-profit graduate

The Zombie survival map: all you will need when the apocalypse comes

www.guardian.co.uk
Ingenious 'Zombie Survival Map' shows you where to go for food, weapons and medical treatment when the outbreak beginsJohn Burn-Murdoch...
The Zombie survival map: all you will need when the apocalypse comes

University of Glasgow scientists print drugs in 3D, pave the way for in-home pharmacies

www.engadget.com
Breaking Bad in 3D? If recent work by a team of University of Glasgow scientists persists, that could soon be a hard reality -- just without the glasses. Taking what's typically been the province of sanitized laboratories and moving it outside, the group's devised an efficient method that makes...
University of Glasgow scientists print drugs in 3D, pave the way for in-home pharmacies
Elite Silicon Valley incubator backs its first nonprofit
In Oklahoma's time of crisis, Sparkrelief is working to unify relief efforts
Foxconn confirms it hired minors, breaking Chinese law
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