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23 Jul 2021
Malaysian police have hit on a novel way to dispose of more than 1,000 bitcoin-mining machines seized in raids -- crushing the devices using a steamroller. Authorities on Borneo island discovered the machines, worth an estimated 5.3 million ringgit ($1.25 million), in crackdowns between February and April, and say they were powered using stolen electricity.
19 Oct 2019
Human-like machines: How 'human' should humanoid robots be?
11 Dec 2018
DRC's population is set to go to the polls on December 23 and the electoral commission has introduce new voting machines. The electoral body says the machines will be a major logistical aid, but critics fear that too little voter education has been done and that the machines could be manipulated.

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