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In 1980s and 1990s U.S. politics, the term “Atari Democrat” was applied to young, liberal, and technology focused legislators who suggested the support and development of technology sectors would stimulate the economy.

 
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We also have our first look at the next USB update, the confusingly-named USB4 Version 2.0. Finally, the Stable Diffusion model used to generate incredible AI art is now available to the public, and you can run it on your own computer without the use of external websites or services.

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