|Facebook Makes It Easier to Donate During a Crisis|
Facebook’s social good team has launched a donate button specific to crises. The goal is that people will be able to more easily and securely help communities affected by natural disasters.
|Artificial Intelligence Is Now Just as Good as Doctors at Detecting Disease|
Your future robot overlords can now tell when you’re going to die. How? By examining your organs.
|160,000 Homes in Mexico Now Solar Energy Powered|
Mexico News Daily
A solar energy company estimates that more than 160,000 Mexican homes are now powered by the sun, a figure that can only grow as installation costs continue to drop.
|For Decades, the Blind Have Used Canes. Now a Special Wristband Can Help Them Avoid Hazards|
The Washington Post
Sunu has developed a wristband that emits a silent, high frequency sound and vibration to alert the visually impaired of obstacles within their environment.
|AI Robot Will be Keynote Speaker at Jalisco Event|
Sophia is the first lifeless speaker ever to attend the annual Jalisco Talent Land event designed to bring together technology talent from around the country to discuss emerging technologies, including robotic technology and virtual reality.
|Mexico’s Congressmen Pass Reform to Redefine and Foster Drone Industry|
Mexico’s Lower House has approved to reform the Civil Aviation and the Airport Regulation Laws in order to give the Secretary of Communication and Transportation dominion over drone use.
|Found: One of the Oldest Galaxies in the Universe|
One of the most distant dusty, star-forming galaxies ever found in the universe has been detected by astronomers.
|Tesla Hooks Up Puerto Rican Children’s Hospital with Solar Power|
Elon Musk has used Tesla’s solar panels and battery storage to turn the power back on San Juan’s Children’s Hospital — and he did it free of charge.
|High-Tech Shipping Container Is a Portal to the World|
Artist Amar Bakshi is putting shipping containers in cities to generate conversations between people around the world.
|Mexico City Updates 911 Emergency App to Push Quake Alerts to Phones|
Mayor Miguel Angel Mancera said users of the free 911 CDMX app can now get sound and vibration alerts for any quake strong enough to threaten damage in the city.
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