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We must declare war on microfibers. But keeping the tiny plastics out of the environment won’t be so easy as an outright ban.
The gene-edited bull was a marvel, with calves who'd inherited his trait. But a surprise in his DNA ignited a scientific feud and doomed them all.
Deep learning is good at finding patterns in reams of data, but can't explain how they're connected. Turing Award winner Yoshua Bengio wants to change that.
The toy company has partnered with a logistics company to collect, wash, and redistribute used Lego pieces as part of its sustainability goal.
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Researchers worry that doctored videos may disrupt the 2020 election, but a new report finds that 96 percent of deepfakes are pornographic.
J.J. Abrams says he never found himself "trying to repair anything" while working on the forthcoming movie.
The company is seeking five volunteers to go collect snow samples, but the stunt looks more like advertising than actual science.
Opinion: We can't let automation eliminate "on-ramp" jobs, which offer experience, education, and connections.
Hollywood needs ideas. We asked the leader of the #FOHArmy what movies he'd make if he ran a studio.
Tespo's machine dispenses personalized vitamins, but it's not worth the counter space.
Three scientists won the award for uncovering the molecular switch that regulates how cells behave when oxygen levels drop.
You know who knows machine learning? People who look at the stars all day. And when it comes to what constellations of clothes and shows and music you will like, some of the same principles apply.
Facebook says its cryptocurrency will be managed by an independent group, but an analysis finds more than half of the members have links back to the social media giant.
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A moat stocked with reptiles was apparently one of the ideas that President Trump had for fortifying a wall along America’s southern border.
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“We’re going to get more and more of this content and it’s probably going to get of better quality,” says Sam Gregory of the human-rights nonprofit Witness.