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After Math: Like looking into the future

Who needs flying cars?
Andrew Tarantola, @terrortola
September 24, 2017
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It was an exciting week for futuristic technologies. Knightscope debuted its newest roboguard, Nest showed off a face-recognizing outdoor camera, and Google came up with a way to close your garage from anywhere in the neighborhood. Numbers, because how else will you know how long to wait for the future to arrive?

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