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The military wants future super-soldiers to control robots with their thoughts. I. Who Could Object? “Tonight I would like to share with you an idea that I am extremely passionate about,” the young man
Scientists in Japan made progress recently in the quest to combat infertility, creating the precursor to a human egg cell in a dish from nothing but a woman’s blood cells. The research is an important
Mobile phones are the great equalizer. Residing in each of our pocket’s is a device that shifts the balance of power, if slightly, from those who have it, to those who ensure they don’t abuse it. Whether
Some people seem genetically blessed to naturally have a round, full butt, and others have to work for it. Whether your goal is to fill out your favorite dress, completely transform your butt, or just
Berkshire Hathaway CEO Warren Buffett is rarely wrong, especially when it comes to investment and innovation. As most of us know, the Oracle of Omaha is also a sage imparting wisdom that transcends industries
MIT’s Lincoln Laboratory Intelligence and Decision Technologies Group yesterday unveiled a neural network capable of explaining its reasoning. It’s the latest attack on the black box problem, and a new
GraphPipe is a new open source software project that points to what's ahead in the next wave of artificial intelligence. Today, AI and its machine learning cousin are mostly about experiments and testing.
With a see-through controller to match, of course Sony has sold a lot of consoles since it first started making PlayStations in 1994. The company recently crossed the 500 million mark (525.3 million, be
Politics News Rep. Chris Collins, R-N.Y., vowed Wednesday night to continue his campaign for re-election and fight federal charges that he used his position with an Australian biotech firm to help his
SAN FRANCISCO — In 1997, Apple was on the ropes. The Silicon Valley pioneer was being decimated by Microsoft and its many partners in the personal-computer market. It had just cut a third of its work and
Many people idolize figures such as Bill Gates and Warren Buffett. Society puts successful billionaires on a pedestal, often labeling them "brilliant" and lauding the way they've run their businesses.
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