Each Friday, we share a curated list of articles we found during the past week. Here’s the list of the new and interesting ones we found this week. If there’s an article you think we should read, let us know in the comments below.
Using AI to Find Essential Battery Materials – Demand for battery-making metals is projected to soar as more of our transportation runs on electricity. Can artificial intelligence help find the necessary materials while reducing the impact on the environment?
“Please someone help me.” FaceTime users bombarded with group call spam – FaceTime users are getting bombarded with group calls from numbers they’ve never seen before, often as many as 20 times in short succession. Unfortunately, Apple doesn’t currently provide tools that could ease this headache.
Staying Mindful When You’re Working Remotely – Cultivating mindfulness in our online environment is a way to combat the depletion of energy. These authors recommend three mindfulness principles to help reduce stress levels and reconnect with our purpose.
Sodium-Ion Batteries Poised to Pick Off Large-Scale Lithium-Ion Applications – This safe, lower-cost storage tech could find footholds in data centers, telecoms, and home and grid storage.
Wikipedia Is Finally Asking Big Tech to Pay Up – With the launch of Wikimedia Enterprise, large corporations are now in talks that will likely lead to them paying for access to the online encyclopedia.
Use Art to Reignite Your Team’s Motivation – Techniques from five artistic disciplines can propel your team’s creative thinking and break up the monotony of remote working.
Attackers are trying awfully hard to backdoor iOS developers’ Macs – Researchers said they’ve found a trojanized code library that attempts to install advanced surveillance malware on the Macs of iOS software developers.