Space has always been an important spawning ground for dual-use technologies and the associated issues raised by attempts at targeted innovation: that of unintended consequences, or the spectre that many innovators do not get what they want—and, embarrassingly, sometimes get what they don’t want. 2,110 more words
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The targeting rule has been fodder for venom in the college football world since its inception. On its face, the move to punish players for going after the opposition in a reckless and dangerous way makes all the sense in the world but, when it comes to actual translation and implementation on the officiating side, execution has not always been spot-on since 2013 when the targeting rule arrived. 179 more words
By Yasri Alalawiya, Katelynn Briaaton, Caleb Johnson, Dana Ring
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Advertiser targets and influences our daily lives, people are exposed by 500-5000 advertisements a day in the United states (2006) CBS President of the market yankelovich J. 3,715 more words