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On February 27, 2015 By Jackson Sattell February 27, 2015
The day of the writing of this blog post, Vanderbilt University–yes, the one situated in Nashville, Tennessee–is closed for its second straight Snow Day. While frigid temperatures and power outages pose incidental hazards, the main reason for closing shops and schools today is hazardous travel conditions. And, as far as I know, the overwhelming proportion [...]Continue Reading →
Driverless cars are one of Google’s latest hot projects. At this year’s TED conference, Google showed off its “Googlized Prius” by having it drive around a rooftop parking lot. Google has [...]Continue Reading →
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