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Artificial Intelligence Is Killing the Uncanny Valley and Our Grasp on Reality

<b>There’s a revolution afoot,</b> and you will know it by the stripes.<p>Earlier this year, a group of Berkeley researchers released a pair of videos. In one, …

Microbes have their own version of the internet

Creating a huge global network connecting billions of individuals might be one of humanity’s greatest achievements to date, but microbes beat us to …

How Much Does A Weekend In Rome Cost?

Rome is such an amazing city – this almost goes without saying! It’s such an overwhelming city – in a very good way, of course. There’s just so much …

Luggage

7 Steps to Mastering Machine Learning With Python

<b>By Matthew Mayo, KDnuggets.</b><p><i>Getting started</i>. Two of the most de-motivational words in the English language. The first step is often the hardest to …

Machine Learning

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The precious remains of Akrotiri, an ancient city obliterated in the great eruption of Thera

The destruction of Pompeii by the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in A.D. 79 has been preserved in ancient times by an eye witness account, namely that of …

UK mapped out by genetic ancestry

Finest-scale DNA survey of any country reveals historical migrations.<p>Researchers have found genetic signatures among Britons that betray their …

Rome Reborn: Take a Virtual Tour of Ancient Rome, Circa 320 C.E.

A few years ago, we featured Rome Reborn, which is essentially "a 3D digital model of the Eternal City at a time when Ancient Rome’s population had …

Italy

Jesus' House? 1st-Century Structure May Be Where He Grew Up

Archaeologists working in Nazareth — Jesus' hometown — in modern-day Israel have identified a house dating to the first century that was regarded as …

Archaeology

The Best Restaurants in Rome Tourists Don't Know About

Instead of falling into the same tourist traps, why not follow a local's lead—straight to the best restaurants in Rome.<p>When I see innocent tourists in Rome fawning over frozen pizza and generic gelato, I just want to take them by their t-shirts, scrub their sticky, tiramisu-covered fingertips, and …

So, you've seen Rome, but have you been under it?

Anywhere you go in Rome, you are walking on a buried, ancient world. Beneath your feet lie the remnants of the city that ruled an empire: temples and streets, villas and churches, monuments and tombs.<p>This reality is not exclusive to Rome. Ground levels rise over time, a simple concept that …

Rome Unique Guided Tours and Things to Do

01 of 10<p>Sistine Chapel Private After-hours Visit<p>Visit the Sistine Chapel without the crowds on this special after-hours tour. Your two-hour tour …

New Rome Braves alternate logo is quite excellent

When in Rome (Georgia), do as the Braves do.<p>The Rome Braves, Single-A affiliate of the Atlanta Braves, recently unfurled a new alternative logo, …

Atlanta Braves

The Roman Forum (Foro Romano) in Rome, Italy

The Roman Forum ★★★<p>The Roman Forum. (Photo by Stefan Bauer.)<p>Downtown Ancient Rome: The Roman Forum <i>(Foro Romano),</i> Palatine Hill, temple of the Vestal …

Rome Travel Guide

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Rome Travel Guide

Travel Guides

Rome Travel Guide

Travel Guides

I Heart My City: Katie’s Rome

Buongiorno city-lovers! Welcome back to another Wednesday edition of <b>I Heart My City.</b> Today’s insider guide to <b>Rome</b> was sent to us by American expat and foodie Katie Parla, who writes about mouthwatering eats in Italy and beyond on her Parla Food blog. Discover Katie’s favorite places to eat, shop, …