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Coronavirus Is Bringing Back the Forgotten Tech Trends of 2012

MOOCs, 3D printers, and smart thermometers are having another moment

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EEight years ago this month, Udacity CEO Sebastian Thrun brashly prophesied that education as we know it would be upended by massive, open, online courses, or MOOCs. That same month — March 2012 — a startup called Kinsa invented a “smart…

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