There's a common, popular and well-studied method to ensure new technologies are safe and effective for public use – even if researchers don't fully understand how they work.
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One in four patients who stays overnight in hospital endures a complication.
The shipping industry can learn from oil spills – if it wants to.
If government and industry overhype autonomous vehicles, the public may expect too much, be disappointed and reject the new technology.
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Allowing young people to legally access marijuana will improve cannabis education and use-prevention, and hinder illegal activity.
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The next financial crisis might be caused not by greed, but a human bias towards safety.
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A network of EU experts helps monitor food safety, banking conduct and medicines. And no-one seems to have a plan for replacing them.
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