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By Shelby RogersMarch 28, 2017It& 39;s no secret that ambitious Elon Musk doesn& 39;t think humans can quite keep up with machines. He& 39;s spoken about the impending displacement of human workers thanks to automation. He consistently reminds crowds to brace for a future in which artificial intelligence becomes normal.

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This Smart Turbine can Power Your Home

November 18, 2016Among all the sources of renewable energies, water appears the consistent and predictable source.A Quebec-based company, Idénergie, uses a river turbine to convert this natural energy into electricity. It provides constant energy 24 hours a day to meet electrical needs, producing 4 to 12 kWh/day depending on the water velocity.

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