New York-based startup Amogy believes the key to solving this problem lies in harnessing ammonia, one of the world’s most widely distributed chemicals, to power electric tractors, trucks and even ships.
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I’ve combed the internet to find you the funniest/important/scary and fascinating stories about technology.
1 Our phones fail to capture the reality of forest fires
Its sophisticated color correction algorithms make it more difficult to take accurate photos. (vice)
+ It’s been a terrifying week for New Yorkers. (New Yorker $)
+ But the situation is gradually improving. (NOW $)
+ These applications allow you to check the air quality where you live. (WSJ$)
2 DeSantis’ campaign shared fake images of Trump and Fauci
The line between fact and fiction is increasingly difficult to discern. (NPR)
3 The collapse of the dam in Ukraine is an ecological disaster
Worst of all, some of the damage it has caused can be permanent. (via cable $)
+ Satellite images show the scale of the destruction. (NBC)
4 We need more data on the carbon footprint of AI
We could be paying a high environmental price for the rapid growth of technology. (The Guardian)
+ Why we need to do a better job of measuring AI’s carbon footprint. (MIT Technology Review)
+ Unions have a new enemy: AI. (WP$)
+ A detector can detect academic text written with AI. (The Register)