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The world is a networked place, literally and figuratively. The field of network science is used today to understand phenomena as diverse as the spread of misinformation, West African tradeand protein-protein interactions in cells. Network science has uncovered several universal properties of complex social networks, which in turn has made it possible to learn details of particular networks. For example, the […]
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Comedian Robin Williams once called cocaine “God’s way of telling you you are making too much money”. This role may now have been overtaken by non-fungible tokens, the blockchain-based means to claim unique ownership of easily copied digital assets. The latest NFT mania involves fantastic amounts of money being paid for “Bored Apes”, 10,000 avatars […]
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At a recent marketing meeting, a Red Bull employee showed a world map cartoon making fun of the stereotypical US-centric (and sometimes ignorant about the importance of other nations) world view.Not my type of humour, but also not a message of racism. In response, the joke was leaked in an attempt to punish the not-woke-enough corporate […]
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Mriganka is An Expert In Cybersecurity and Cryptocurrency What’s your story?As the Co-Founder and CEO of Merkle Science, we provide a blockchain risk monitoring solution to help law enforcement agencies and cryptocurrency companies detect and prevent illicit use of cryptocurrencies. I’m an engineer by background and I previously worked at Bank of America in Mumbai. […]

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