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  • Lomba Produk Inovasi Nasional Hakteknas Ke-23 Tahun 2018 May 24, 2018
     
  • Inkubator Bisnis Didorong Bantu Perusahaan Pemula Teknologi May 23, 2018
    Siaran Pers Nomor : 95/SP/HM/BKKP/V/2018   Surabaya, 23 Mei 2018 Pemerintah memberi bantuan dan bimbingan bagi lembaga inkubator bisnis dari perguruan tinggi dan Kawasan Sains dan Teknologi (KST) atau Science and Techno Park (STP) untuk membantu perusahaan pemula teknologi setempat dari berbagai segi, termasuk pemasaran, finansial, dan produksi. Peran sebagai inkubator bisnis dari perguruan tinggi […]
  • STP dan Kampus Ditargetkan Pemerintah Membantu Perusahaan Pemula Teknologi May 23, 2018
    SURABAYA – Pemerintah memberi bantuan dan bimbingan bagi lembaga inkubator bisnis dari perguruan tinggi dan Kawasan Sains dan Teknologi (KST) atau Science and Techno Park (STP) untuk membantu perusahaan pemula teknologi setempat dari berbagai segi, termasuk pemasaran, finansial, dan produksi. Peran sebagai inkubator bisnis dari perguruan tinggi dan STP ini termasuk amanah dari Nawacita pemerintah […]
  • Penyempurnaan dan Presentasi Proposal Terpilih Program Pendanaan Perumusan dan Pendampingan Klaster Inovasi Tahun 2018 May 23, 2018
    PENGUMUMAN Nomor 231/F2.3/IN/2018 TENTANG PENYEMPURNAAN DAN PRESENTASI PROPOSAL TERPILIH PROGRAM PENDANAAN PERUMUSAN DAN PENDAMPINGAN KLASTER INOVASI TAHUN 2018   Menindaklanjuti hasil seleksi proposal program Bantuan Pendanaan Perumusan dan Pendampingan Klaster Inovasi Tahun 2018 yang diharmonisasikan dengan kebijakan tentang Program Klaster Inovasi di Direktorat Jenderal Penguatan Inovasi, maka dengan ini disampaikan hal-hal sebagai berikut: Sesuai dengan […]
  • Tim Smart Car MCS UGM Siap Berlaga di London May 23, 2018
    Tim Smart Car MCS UGM berhasil lolos melaju ke final dalam kompetisi Shell Ideas360 di London bulan Juli 2018 mendatang berkat mengusung gagasan mengembangkan mobil pintar yang dapat mengolah limbah plastik menjadi bahan bakar dan rendah emisi. Tim yang beranggotakan Herman Amrullah (Teknik Kimia), Sholahuddin Alayyubi (Teknik Kima) dan Thya Laurencia Benedita Araujo (Teknik Kimia) […]

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    Several privacy advocate organizations have penned a letter to Amazon, asking the corporation to stop marketing new facial recognition software to police stations. The group argues that the powerful technology equates to government surveillance.
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    With Facebook and Google restricting or banning ads, groups on both sides of the highly emotionally charged campaign have had to adjust their strategies and expressed frustration at the ability of foreign-based tech firms to make important decisions about appropriate content. 
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    A "close reading" of canonical texts have long been a staple of the humanities. Now, technology is enabling a "distant reading" of everything else.
  • Europe’s new data privacy law
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  • Trump, his critics, and the basic divide over the FBI
    In calling for the investigation of his investigators, President Trump appears to have embraced the adage that the best defense is a good offense. How good an offense? Legal experts are weighing in.
  • Two Staceys: Georgia Democrats weigh both race and gender in governor's race
    Gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams, who is black, is a trailblazer in the Republican-controlled state – but so is Stacey Evans, who is white. Georgia voters will grapple with who could become the state's first female governor at the Democratic primary on Tuesday. 
  • Gina Haspel makes history as first female CIA director
    In the closest vote in history, Gina Haspel has been confirmed by the Senate as the next CIA director. While backed by many senior intelligence officers, opponents expressed concern about her involvement in the agency's interrogation program after 9/11. 
  • North Korea, in word and deed, signals how tough negotiations will be
    How big a deal is North Korea's missile-test "shutdown," really? We look at the complexity of Pyongyang's negotiating style – it just broke off South Korea talks over joint military exercises with the United States – and the care the US will need to use if the Trump-Kim summit is realized.
  • A new push on immigration roils the midterms – and House Republicans
    Politics has long made immigration one of the most intractable issues in Congress. But now, campaign imperatives may be spurring action. Facing tough reelection battles, some moderate House Republicans are breaking with their party leaders to try to force votes on "Dreamers."