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FTN Daily #19 — Tuesday, 25th October 2016 — Technology and Innovation

Innovation in development aid — A state actor gearing up for full scale cyberwar — An all terrain wheelchair — And more


Helping the Helpers

Innovation strategies can improve development aid. It becomes more adaptive and effective. Asif Saleh and Maria A. May for CapX.

Four lessons on how smarter innovation can help fight poverty


It’s Just a Test. Be Very Worried!

Recent large scale cyber attacks look like a state actor is preparing for something big. Security researcher Bruce Schneier for Schneier on Security.

Four lessons on how smarter innovation can help fight poverty


Snapchat and wearables

Why Snapchat may succeed where Google failed miserably. Ben Thompson for Stratechery.

Four lessons on how smarter innovation can help fight poverty


They Are Among Us

Artificial Intelligence already has an impact on your life. You just need to know where to look. Aiden Livingston for VentureBeat.

Four lessons on how smarter innovation can help fight poverty


Going Global

Bitcoin payments across borders grew tenfold in 2016. Joseph Young for Cointelegraph.

Four lessons on how smarter innovation can help fight poverty


Quite Accessible

A Kickstarter project to build an affordable wheelchair that can serve in rough terrain. Stu Robarts for New Atlas.

Four lessons on how smarter innovation can help fight poverty


Locked and Loaded

The Skunk Lock makes thieves vomit if they try to steal your bike. Alan Yuhas for The Guardian.

Four lessons on how smarter innovation can help fight poverty


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