Morehouse College freshmen Philip Rucker, Damon Redding and Tyree Stevenson use a programming language called Python to plot a map of weather stations in the United States. Tasnim Shamma/WABE hide caption

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Coding While Black: Hacking The Future Of The Tech Industry

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In Omaha, A Library With No Books Brings Technology To All

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Protesters rally near the home of a girl who was raped in New Delhi on Oct. 17. The Indian government is trying to improve its emergency response system, particularly in cases of assault. Chandan Khanna/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Paul Zakayo (left) and Nasa Jackson Mairi were nabbed by a team of park rangers at the Mara Conservancy in Kenya and charged with killing three impalas and a gazelle in the wildlife sanctuary. Greg Warner/NPR hide caption

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Stalking Poachers With High-Tech Cameras And Old-Fashioned Smarts

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Some doctors say clinicians can now get much more information from newer technology than they can get from a stethoscope. Clinging to the old tool isn't necessary, they say. Kimberly Paynter/WHYY hide caption

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The Stethoscope: Timeless Tool Or Outdated Relic?

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Google was told by the National Highway Traffic Administration earlier this month that the self-driving car system can be considered as a driver. San Jose Mercury News/TNS via Getty Images hide caption

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What's Next For Self-Driving Cars?

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A Tiny Pill Monitors Vital Signs From Deep Inside The Body

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Startups Cater To Muslim Millennials With Dating Apps And Vegan Halal Soap

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