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Meet the “Comet Interceptor,” Europe and Japan's comet-hunting fleet.
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The water crises now gripping parts of India were long in the making. Earlier this year, we explored how climate change and the nation’s leaky, polluted and half-done water systems were setting the stage for disasters.
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Iceland’s data centers promote themselves as cool, clean, and green. Now they’re facing their moment of truth.
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Facebook says its new digital currency, Libra, runs on blockchain. Here's how blockchain technology works.
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“We’re in a very unique position, as we’re the only people flying right now.”
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"Alexa, I'm in trouble."
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This AI was able to correctly identify manipulated images 99% of the time, compared to a 53% success rate for humans.
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Putting your hand in front of an industrial robot arm is not, generally, a good idea...
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It took two researchers 13 hours and $7.80 to train an AI model to fake UN speeches.
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Finland is using blockchain to help asylum seekers get on their feet faster.
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Automation is creeping further through Amazon’s warehouses.
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Frankly, the process of machine learning is quite basic. But it pretty much runs the world.
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Big tech firms see big money in climate refugees.
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Why would a spy use an AI-generated face to deceive and connect with targets on LinkedIn? Because it removes an important line of defense for detecting impostors.
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A visit to a supermarket in a Jordanian refugee camp reveals one of the first uses of blockchain for humanitarian aid.
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If you’re feeling unwell, instead of calling a doctor, you can use your phone to chat with an AI.
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Deep learning has a terrible carbon footprint.
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Quantum computers could break blockchains unless, perhaps, you secure them with quantum blockchains. 🤯
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Isaac Asimov mulled the best ways to unleash creativity in this 1959 essay.
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A new analysis of the prisoner’s dilemma finds that one can learn to profit at the other’s expense—and the victim will cooperate.
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