"How Vector Space Mathematics Reveals the Hidden Sexism in Language". arXiv paper. Choice quote: "One perspective on bias in word embeddings is that it merely reflects bias in society, and therefore one should attempt to debias society rather than word embeddings,” say Bolukbasi and co. “However, by reducing the bias in today’s computer systems (or at least not amplifying the bias), which is increasingly reliant on word embeddings, in a small way debiased word embeddings can hopefully contribute to reducing gender bias in society."
How do you get energy on Mars? Everything you bring to the surface costs (optimistically) $thousands per pound so you're not going to be lugging a tank of unleaded up there. Nuclear would be ideal but it turns out people don't like radioactive chunks falling on their heads if something goes wrong. Solar is tempting but since Martian insolation is only 42% of Earth's you already have to bring twice what you'd need on earth. If only you could manufacture the cells in-situ.
Enter Perovskite cells:
You're already doing Methalox ISRU so you need a large bootstrap power supply to cryogenically cool all that rocket fuel, once the tank is full you've got excess power on hand, why not use it to make some glass? Along with a small spincoater and some jugs of magic Perovskite juice you could be turning (lots of) energy into solar panels.
It'll still probably be up to humans to do lots of the final assembly, though I'm eager to see what automation looks like when human labor is outrageously expensive instead of minimum-wage.