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23 October 2019 News Multimedia, Videos

• The CSIR has developed an electronic device that monitors indoor carbon dioxide levels and generates an alarm when corrective action is needed. You can watch a video about it at www.dataweek.co.za/*csirvid1019

• A growing community of ‘transhumanists’ is pushing the boundaries of technology to implant chips and more into their bodies. Some are seeking to improve their lives and some are taking the ideology further into the area of DIY and open source modification. This video by the BBC explores the subject and finds out more about some of its proponents’ motivations: www.dataweek.co.za/*bbcvid1019




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