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CSSReference.io is a gorgeous visual guide to CSS

The best way to learn CSS is through trial-and-error. <i>You’ve got to write code in order to learn to be a coder</i>. That’s the simple truth of the matter. But it’s always nice to have a helping hand guide you through the often confusing and contradictory technology used to style and illustrate webpages, …

CSS

35 science jokes that are so cringe-worthy they might make a scientist groan

Whether it's charting the possible consequences of climate change, helping predict when we might die, or keeping tabs on nuclear weapons stockpiles, their work can take on a huge gravitas.<p>But we all need to unwind, and sometimes nothing feels better than the rush endorphins from laughing at a good …

5 Books That Will Make You Rethink Your Relationship With Technology (for the Better) | Inc.com

Here's some food for thought: 20 years ago, the thought of being able to send each other pictures across this thing called The internet seemed almost incomprehensible. In fact, there is a family video somewhere of my dad and his two brothers sitting down in front of their brand new laptop, and one …

App Store

Man builds "BlowJob Robot"

Today in Poe's law comes an advertisement for "Arlan Robotics Service Droid 1.0" (NSFW), which is basically a nightmarish silicone parody of a …

Sperm extraction machine yours for $13,000

A Chinese company developed a human sperm extraction machine for use in hospitals and other settings where human sperm may be required on the spot, …

113 enterprise AI companies you should know

Enterprise companies comprise a $3.4 trillion market worldwide of which an increasingly larger share is being allocated to artificial intelligence technologies.<p>By our definition, “enterprise” technology companies create tools for workplace roles and functions that a large number of businesses use. …

Artificial Intelligence

Why Facebook’s GraphQL Language Should Be on Your Radar

When Facebook launched its Graph Search functionality in 2013, it demonstrated a new way to search for nearly anything on the platform: by using …

Does Google's AutoDraw AI grasp modern art better than you?

The tech company is unleashing its neural network to make your sketches and doodles prettier. But how does it go with Picasso?<p>Turns out Google is a better artist than you.<p>The company has unveiled a new web-based drawing tool called AutoDraw, which will turn your terrible Microsoft Paint skills into …

Artificial Intelligence

An engineer designed a sex doll that can respond to a user’s advances

Sergi Santos, a Spanish engineer, has built a sex doll he named Samantha, and provided it with what he refers to as “physiological intelligence.”<p>The engineer has implanted sensors all over the doll’s body, and preprogramed it to respond to physical, as well as verbal cues. You may want to do …

Robots

The Dark Secret at the Heart of AI - MIT Technology Review

Last year, a strange self-driving car was released onto the quiet roads of Monmouth County, New Jersey. The experimental vehicle, developed by …

Machine Learning

Blizzard's Most Hated Cheat Maker Is Unfazed By the $8.5 Million Case He Just Lost

CEO of Bossland says 'there's still a long way to go,' despite just losing an $8.5 million case.<p>For years Blizzard Entertainment has struggled to take down Bossland, a German maker of cheats for online games like <i>World of Warcraft</i> and <i>Overwatch</i>, victory seemed at hand this week. Bossland didn't show …

‘We’re running with scissors’: Why some experts worry about VR dangers

Virtual gaslighting, augmented torture<p>What if virtual reality wasn’t just a new way to play games or watch movies? What if the technology wasn’t just creating new methods of communication, of medical treatment, of military training?<p>What if virtual reality was used in the pursuit of mayhem?<p>Much has …

This Ransomware Doesn't Want Cash, It Just Wants You to Play a Japanese Video Game

Hit a certain score on 'Undefined Fantastic Object' to unlock your files.<p>Do you want to play a game?<p>That's the question posed by a novel piece of ransomware that challenges victims to achieve a high score in a video game instead of demanding cash to unlock files.<p>Yeah.<p>"Minamitsu 'The Captain' Murasa …

New breakthrough gives AI a human memory

WHY THIS MATTERS IN BRIEF<p>Unknown to many AI’s are amnesiacs, they forget almost everything they’re taught, but now a new human like memory system …

Artificial Intelligence

The 3 Ways That Parallel Universes Could Be Real

The idea that things exist in a particular, well-defined state at all times where their properties can be determined so long as you can measure them well enough was fundamental to how we conceived of the Universe. When quantum physics came along, that idea went right out the window, never to …

Dark Matter

This NASA hot-fire engine test video will blow you away

Hold onto your hat while you immerse yourself in a spectacular 360-degree view of a powerful NASA engine during a blazing hot-fire test.<p>NASA's RS-25 engine is an absolute beast. The space agency posted a 360-degree video last week showing the engine during a hot-fire test in Mississippi on February …

Space Exploration

This Neat Knick-Knack Lets You Defy Gravity to Distract Yourself

Meet 'Moondrop,' a desk toy that employs the same free-fall physics as the Moon or Mars to give you something to fidget with.<p>They've done it: the near-weightless feeling of walking on the Moon is now something you can experience right here on Earth with Moondrop, a tiny, metal desk toy that mimics …

Physicists Have Uncovered a Weird Problem While Measuring Time

An Ideal Time<p>Time is a tricky thing in physics, especially when it comes to measurement. And clocks may not solve this problem in the way we once …