In which a robot hair cutting machine is constructed and has its initial use. Thirteen minutes, moderately entertaining, especially the programmed robotic small-talk. Interesting to see how activities undertaken by humans are so difficult to replicate, and often require completely different methods in order to do so. Of great comfort to hair-dressers and barbers everywhere.

Tripp and Tyler usually produce comedy videos. This time they simulate a video conference call with all the participants in the same room. If you’ve ever wondered what video conferences are like, this explains it. One of my Facebook friends posted this asking if any of our video conferences had been like this. The question …

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This article is measured and seeks to propose that the health effects of a digital overload need to be recognized and strategies developed to deal constructively with a problem that will not go away. Though referenced in US terms, it would seem that Australia is not far removed from its central points: Historians and clinicians …

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