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Salim Saab: Showcasing the women of the Arab art world

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Film show: Capernaum - powerful social drama or poverty porn?

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Nature under threat: Arresting pictures from Wildlife Photography Awards

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Protecting heritage land against mining companies

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#TECH 24

We explore the digital revolution and check out the latest technological trends. Every Saturday at 2.15 pm Paris time. Or you can catch it online from Friday.

Latest update : 2018-02-09

Cleaning up the universe of its space junk

This week, we take a look at how space junk can be cleaned up. Also, it's no bigger than three apples stacked on top of each other, yet it's set to unveil many secrets about stellar formation. We tell you more about the French nano-satellite Picsat, which was recently launched into space to study the star Beta Pictoris. Plus, we talk about planned obsolescence and test two robust innovations which are going against that trend.

By Julia SIEGER

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2018-10-12 TECH 24

An AI version of yourself to help you think

From what to eat for lunch to whom to marry, we make about 35,000 decisions per day. But imagine if you could get the help of an artificially intelligent version of yourself....

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2018-10-05 TECH 24

2018 Paris Motor Show: Towards an electric and autonomous future

This week, we bring you a special edition of Tech 24 from the 2018 Paris Motor Show. As electric cars and autonomous vehicles take centre stage, we tell you how tech giants and...

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2018-09-28 TECH 24

Breakthrough tech helps paraplegic patients walk again

It's a world first: two research teams in the US have helped patients with complete paralysis walk again thanks to groundbreaking spinal stimulation therapy. In this edition, we...

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2018-09-21 TECH 24

Hacking the body, and the mind: The future of connected humanity

This week we take a look at the future of bio-hacking. Connected medical devices are already vulnerable, but is the human mind the next frontier? Author and cybersecurity expert...

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2018-09-14 TECH 24

Small country, big dreams: Luxembourg pushes into space

This week we take a closer look at the EU's Copyright Directive, a bill that would make it harder to upload content already subject to copyright. It would also make web companies...

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