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    How valid are those assumptions? Although people may well earn lower income in retirement than when they were working full time, they often don’t end up in a significantly lower tax bracket, says Joel Dickson, a tax and investment strategist at Vanguard Group.”

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    “Yet very few apps I found using third-party trackers disclosed the names of those companies or how they protect my data. And what good is burying this information in privacy policies, anyway? What we need is accountability.”

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    “The rapid advancement of artificial intelligence means that any time a researcher shares a breakthrough in deepfake creation, bad actors can begin scraping together their own jury-rigged tools to mimic it. Samsung’s techniques are likely to find their way into more people’s hands before long.”

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    “But again, wouldn’t the limiting factor be that the Earth Engine shouldn’t make, it just can’t make, any power at all, according to every rule in the physics book? Most conspicuous is the first law of thermodynamics, also known as the conservation of energy. Where is this energy coming from?”

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    The best forecasters, by contrast, view their own ideas as hypotheses in need of testing. If they make a bet and lose, they embrace the logic of a loss just as they would the reinforcement of a win. This is called, in a word, learning.