|Mexico Has Just Created a Cloud That Rains Tequila|
In something that could only come out of an adult’s dreams, the Mexico tourism board has built a machine that sprays a tequila cloud, converts the cloud to liquid and rains tequila.
|How Artificial Intelligence Can Prove Workers' Best Defense in the Race Against Automation|
Most American jobs aren’t going to Mexico, China or another foreign country, they’re being automated. The workers left behind often struggle to find employment for comparable pay because they lack the skills required for the jobs that aren’t threatened by automation.
|El Machete Malware Campaign Targets LatAm Users|
A modified version of a threat that first appeared in 2014 is successfully targeting users in Latin America according to the SPEAR research team at threat prevention specialist Cylance.
|State-of-the-Art Bullet-Resistant Vests Are Proudly Made in Mexico|
The Yucatan Times
The Mexican Ministry of Defense has created state of the art bullet-resistant vests that provide safety and comfort for operatives.
|First On-Site 3D Printed House Built in Just 24 Hours|
On seven continents there live millions of people who dream to improve their living conditions but cannot afford it. Good housing costs much. Or at least it used to.
|Young Baja California Scientist Verifies Mobile Phone Signal Threat - to Oysters|
Mexico News Daily
Research by a budding scientist from La Paz, Baja California Sur, has found that mobile phone signals can have a harmful impact on the development of shellfish.
|US Releases Hundreds of Nuclear Bomb Test Videos|
Between 1945 and 1962, the US conducted 210 atmospheric nuclear tests, each with multiple cameras capturing the explosions at 2,400 frames per second. Now, some of those estimated 10,000 films have been made available on the LLNL’s YouTube page.
|'Anonymous' Joins Hacker Army Targeting Central Banks for Cash|
The hacking collective “Anonymous,” known for its activism against big corporations, security forces, and governments, is specifically targeting central banks, according to people with direct knowledge of the group’s activities.
|Indie Game Puts Players in Border-Crossers' Shoes|
The Washington Post
In the midst of last year’s election rhetoric targeting undocumented immigrants, Gonzalo Alvarez designed a video game that would put players in the shoes of migrants, challenging them to dodge Border Patrol agents, prickly cactus and more.
|Archaeologists Step Up Recovery of Remains of Mammoth Found in Mexico|
Experts in Mexico have stepped up work on the remains of a 14,000-year-old mammoth that archaeologists say could shed new light on primitive humans.
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