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Chinese authorities nab fugitive in a crowd of 50k thanks to facial recognition AI

A Chinese fugitive was arrested after an AI-powered facial recognition system alerted authorities to his presence in a crowd of 60,000 people attending a pop concert. Welcome to the age of robot snitches.<p>Wanted for “economic crimes,” the 31 year-old man was reportedly surprised when police …

Personal Data

20,000 scientists give dire warning about the future in 'letter to humanity' – and the world is listening

A dire warning to the world about its future, which predicts catastrophe for humanity, is continuing to gain momentum.<p>The letter – which was first …

The surprising reason why NASA hasn't sent humans to Mars yet

We could have been on Mars 30 years ago. At the peak of the Apollo era in the early '70s, NASA was already planning its next step into the unknown.<p>Its plans included building multiple space stations, continued trips to the Moon, and the first crewed mission to Mars by the 1980s. Can you imagine …

Space Science

A Star Passing The Black Hole at The Centre of Our Galaxy Is About to Test Einstein's Theory

Astronomers have been waiting for years to watch this happen.<p>In a few months, astronomers are going to be pointing their telescopes to Sagittarius …

24matins.uk

News<p>Hungarians voted Sunday in an election that is being keenly watched across Europe, with firebrand nationalist Prime Minister Viktor Orban …

Saudi Arabia

Scientists Have Found a Lake Under The Sea - Those Who Swim There Won't Come Back Alive

Jacuzzi of despair.<p>Scientists have discovered a 'lake' in the Gulf of Mexico. Everyone, who enters this pool at the bottom of the sea will suffer …

Japan has launched the smallest rocket ever to put a satellite into orbit

Pocket Rocket<p>Japan’s Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) made history on Saturday, February 3, by using the smallest rocket ever to launch a …

The Game-Changing Blockchain Announcement You Probably Missed Last Week

Blockchain's non-currency applications are beginning to gain steam.<p>The past year and change has truly been incredible for cryptocurrency investors. …

The 60 greatest train journeys for 2018

The best train journey I’ve ever done? Tricky. In terms of sheer pinch-me-is-this-for-real wow-factor, it has to be the Trans-Mongolian, a journey of truly epic proportions. In my case it involved four days of travelling between Moscow and Lake Baikal on the traditional Trans-Siberian before …

Trains

Watch a mesmerizing timelapse of SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket launch

Photographer Jesse Watson has been following the SpaceX launches for quite some time. Fascinated by the footage he has seen, he wanted to make a …

Time-lapse Photography

NASA captures breathtaking photo of a plane's sonic boom

The stunning image illustrates a project that could eventually help bring about supersonic commercial air travel.<p>It looks like a cartoon, or an art project from Space Camp. NASA on Monday released an extraordinary image of an Air Force jet, a Test Pilot School T-38, passing in front of the sun as …

Demonstration

Transhumanism And The Future Of Humanity: 7 Ways The World Will Change By 2030

Companies today are strategizing about future investments and technologies such as artificial intelligence, the internet of things, or growth around new business models. While many of these trends will make for solid investments for the next 5-10 years, fewer companies are considering the …

Singularity

Professor Stephen Hawking's PhD viewed two million times

<b>Stephen Hawking's PhD thesis was accessed more than two million times within days of it being made available to the public, it has been revealed.</b><p>Prof Hawking's 1966 work proved so popular on the day of its release it crashed the publications section of Cambridge University's website.<p>More than …

Stephen Hawking

North Korean UN diplomat warns 'nuclear war may break out any moment'

North Korea’s deputy UN ambassador warned Monday that the situation on the Korean peninsula "has reached the touch-and-go point and a nuclear war may break out any moment."<p>Kim In-ryong told the UN General Assembly’s disarmament committee that North Korea is the only country in the world that has …

Atlas V Rocket Launches New US Spy Satellite on Secret Mission

The United States has launched its second secret spy satellite in less than three weeks.<p>The NROL-52 satellite soared into orbit this morning (Oct. …

Elon Musk shares first full-body photo of SpaceX’s spacesuit

Elon Musk has shared a photo of the SpaceX spacesuit the company has designed in-house. This is the second photo shared by Musk of the new spacesuit design created by the company, and the first to feature the suit’s full-body look.<p>The first photo focused on the head and shoulders of the outfit, …

Elon Musk

Pilots describe what it's like to fly the legendary A-10 Warthog

Dubbed Warthog, Hog or just Hawg, the A-10 Thunderbolt II, the "airplane built around the GAU-8 Avenger 30-mm hydraulically driven seven-barrel Gatling-type cannon" to fight the Soviet tanks in the European battlefields during the Cold War, is considered one of the most durable and lethal combat …

Military

The secret about human evolution found in spit

Genetic detectives discover surprising findings about our evolution by studying saliva<p>What does a protein in our spit called MUC7 that all of us have – but most of us have never heard of – have to do with human history? A surprising amount, as a recent paper by Xu et al. has discovered. Despite …

Evolution

We may finally have a way to cheaply manufacture pure graphene

Synthesizing Pure Graphene<p>Researchers have been singing the praises of graphene ever since it was first isolated from graphite back in 2004. That’s …

Hubble Space Telescope

Cassini's Finale

NASA’s Cassini mission will come to a spectacular close on September 15, 2017 at 5:07 a.m. PDT after almost two decades in space since its launch in …

Astronomy

The brain can learn new things while asleep

A new study found the human brain can recognize sound patterns heard while sleeping, adding evidence to the debate over whether it is possible to …

Sleep

Google Street View now lets you explore the International Space Station

Google Street View now lets you explore the International Space Station (ISS). This marks Street View’s first foray into space and gives those of us who will likely never get to visit the ISS a chance to explore all of its 15 modules.<p>The new imagery lets you walk (drift?) through the different …

Space Exploration

How The Cops Took Down An Alleged $23 Million Dark Web Drug Kingpin

A neat trick by law enforcement might have given them almost complete control over the huge dark web market that was Alpha Bay, according to court filings. Just before they swooped on alleged site administrator Alexandre Cazes in Thailand earlier this month, the cops forced the site to go down, …

Crime

IBM's AI can predict schizophrenia by looking at the brain's blood flow

Schizophrenia is not a particularly common mental health disorder in America, affecting just 1.2 percent of the population (around 3.2 million people), but its effects can be debilitating. However, pioneering research conducted by IBM and the University of Alberta could soon help doctors diagnose …

The Brain

Higher seas to flood dozens of US cities, study says; is yours one of them?

<b>(CNN) —</b> For the past several years, scientists have been trying to get people to wake up to the dangers that lie ahead in rising seas due to climate change. A comprehensive list now names hundreds of US cities, large and small, that may not make it through the next 20, 50 or 80 years due to sea …

Climate Change

Scientists Just Teleported an Object Into Space for the First Time

Scientists have successfully teleported an object from Earth to space for the first time, paving the way for more ambitious and futuristic …

Quantum Mechanics

Was an Advanced Civilization Wiped Out by a Comet 12,000 Years Ago?

Ancient Celestial Catastrophes<p>Graham Hancock, a reporter, is also a conspiracy theorist and “alternative historian.” It is in these latter roles that …

Ben Carson

Scientists Weigh a White Dwarf Star, Prove Einstein Right

Albert Einstein’s theory of general relativity predicted that the gravity of stars could brighten and bend the light coming from other stars like a …