Facebook’s artificial intelligence lab is working on an algorithm that can identify people even if their faces are hidden.
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A lamb born to a genetically modified sheep created to express a glowing green protein ended up in France's food supply. But is that really so bad?
Keiji Inafune is burning the candle at both ends, these days.
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Morgan's new electric three-wheeler is a futuristic blast from the past.
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The AI startup MetaMind has published new research detailing a neural networking system that uses a kind of artificial short-term memory to answer a wide range of questions about a piece of natural language.
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This tiny insect lurks in the nests of termites, farting on their unsuspecting prey.
It’s no surprise that careless government employees use their .gov email addresses to sign up for all sorts of personal accounts. But when those insecure third party services are breached by hackers—and if those employees were foolish enough to reuse their .gov passwords, too—that carelessness can offer a dead-simple backdoor into federal agencies, with none of the usual […]
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This French Wi-Fi speaker's design is wild--its sides expand and contract as the bass booms and the treble twitters.
Ily is a communication device that combines the simplicity of a landline with the beauty of a touchscreen tablet.
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Plug in your ingredients, and the computer will churn out recipes you'd never imagined.
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How can you make your own lightning on demand? Just walk into a storm and send up a rocket on a string.
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Will emoji will ride their cultural appeal long enough to become a discrete, complete means of communication?
Who is ready for 11 seasons of surviving trauma?! That's what we thought.
The road to the Wassennaar Arrangement is paved with good intentions. Here's a primer on what the rules are and why they could harm the state of computer security itself.
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"Gitmo is the best posting a soldier can have," her escort casually mentioned. "There’s so much fun to be had here."
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People, it turns out, might be the best at figuring out ways to capture their fellow humans' attention. But people are also far from perfect.
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If sex sells, maybe filtering it will, too.
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The composer, who passed away yesterday in a tragic plane crash, gets a fitting elegy from a colleague.
The chip's ultimate goal is to lessen dependence on animal test subjects and decrease time and cost for developing drugs.
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Plagued by sender's remorse? Google's finally releasing its fix to (one of) your email woes to Gmail.