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The 7 Most Bewildering Moments From Trump’s CPAC Speech

President Donald Trump has had a fiasco of a week. His former lawyer called him “a racist,” “a con man,” and “a cheat” in explosive testimony before Congress. Trump walked away empty-handed from a bizarre summit with Kim Jong Un. And then it got weirder. He went to CPAC. Trump took the stage for more than two hours at the Conservative Political Action Conference, an annual gathering of conservati

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Mandeinfluenza: Bliver mænd hårdere ramt af sygdom end kvinder?

Mænd bliver ofte beskyldt for at pylre mere under en influenza. Men hvad siger videnskaben?

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The Model Y, Tesla's new SUV, will be unveiled on March 14 – CNET

Elon Musk has just announced it will reveal the new car, alongside the third version of its supercharger tech, in just under two weeks.

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Listen: How parenthood changes minds on climate change

For former Republican Congressman Bob Inglis, thinking about climate change in the context of being a parent rather than being a Republican was a significant factor in changing his mind about the issue. “Yeah, I was completely dismissive of climate change,” he says. “It seemed to me that people like Al Gore wanted to regulate our very breath.” There is about a 40-percentage point gap between Demo

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Researchers invent a needle that knows where to go

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SpaceX Crew Dragon Lands Crucial Station Docking

The SpaceX capsule has docked at the International Space Station. It's the first U.S. spacecraft capable of carrying humans to be launched since NASA stopped developing its own space shuttles in 2011.

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Netflix original ‘Osmosis’ is a dark take on AI date matching

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Hospitals withdraw surgical device over aluminium exposure fears

High concentrations of the metal were detected in fluids passed through enFlow system Several hospitals have withdrawn a widely used surgical device over fears that it could expose patients to dangerous levels of aluminium, the Guardian has learned. The device, called enFlow, is used to warm fluids to body temperature before they are infused into patients during surgery. But fluids passed through

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Starwatch: the young moon sets out on its month-long journey

This month Starwatch will trace the progress of the moon through its full cycle, starting this week with the new moon and waxing crescent For the next four weeks, Starwatch will trace the moon’s phases across a full lunar month and point out the objects of interest that our nearest celestial neighbour passes along the way. New moon occurs this week on 6 March at 16:04 GMT. It is the moment when t

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Sleep apnea may be linked to higher levels of Alzheimer's biomarker in brain

People who are witnessed by a bed partner to have stopped breathing during sleep may have higher accumulations of an Alzheimer's disease biomarker called tau in an area of the brain that helps with memory, according to a preliminary study released today that will be presented at the American Academy of Neurology's 71st Annual Meeting in Philadelphia, May 4-10, 2019.

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German carmakers to invest 60 billion euros in electric cars and automation: VDA

Germany's car industry is to invest nearly 60 billion euros ($68 billion) over the next three years on electric cars and automated driving, the head of the VDA car industry association said …

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Smart material made from squid teeth a potential plastic alternative

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Germany to invest €58 billion in electric, autonomous cars

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How 5G will make digital humans real and real people holograms

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Happy Centennial, Grand Canyon!

Grand Canyon National Park turned 100 last week. Find out more about this phenomenal geologic treasure through some excellent books and videos — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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Malaysia open to proposals to revive MH370 hunt

Malaysia is open to restarting the hunt for Flight MH370 if firms come forward with credible leads and concrete proposals, the transport minister said Sunday, five years on from the plane's disappearance.

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Australia steps up Solomons oil spill help as damage worsens

Australia is ramping up efforts to tackle an oil spill from a cargo ship stranded in World Heritage-listed waters in the Solomon Islands as fears grow of spiralling environmental damage, Canberra said Sunday.

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Peugeot plans US return 30 years after exit

Some 30 years after exiting the United States due to plunging sales, Peugeot is preparing a return to a market where it previously knew glory at the famed Indianapolis 500.

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Traumatic brain injury and kids: New treatment guidelines issued

To help promote the highest standards of care, and improve the overall rates of survival and recovery following TBI, a panel of pediatric critical care, neurosurgery and other pediatric experts today issued the third edition of the Brain Trauma Foundation Guidelines for the Management of Pediatric Severe TBI.

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Blood test could give two month warning of kidney transplant rejection

New research has found a way to predict rejection of a kidney transplant before it happens, by monitoring the immune system of transplant patients.

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With IPO due, Uber aims to be 'Amazon of transportation'

Uber, the ridesharing behemoth set to launch a stock offering soon, is aiming beyond sharing car rides to becoming the "Amazon of transportation" in a future where people share instead of owning vehicles.

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Rising star palladium shines brightly

Palladium is blazing a record-breaking trail on supply deficit fears, fuelled by strong demand from carmakers as more and more consumers switch from high-polluting diesel to cleaner vehicles, experts say.

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Milestone: Capsule with dummy aboard docks at space station

A sleek new American-built capsule with just a test dummy aboard docked smoothly with the International Space Station on Sunday in a big step toward putting the U.S. back in the business of launching astronauts.

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Women call ambulance for husbands with heart attacks but not for themselves

Women call an ambulance for husbands, fathers and brothers with heart attack symptoms but not for themselves.

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Heart attack patients taken directly to heart centers have better long-term survival

Heart attack patients taken directly to heart centers for lifesaving treatment have better long-term survival than those transferred from another hospital.Directly admitted patients were older, suggesting that heart attacks in young adults, and particularly women, go unrecognized by paramedics and patients.

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Hyundai's Elevate robotic walking car steps out of the shadows

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Seriesøndag: Hvad sker der i din krop, når du bruger hele weekenden på sofaen?

Din krop er ikke ligeså glad for to dages binge på langs, som din hjerne er.

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Trump’s Campaign Team: Government Should Manage 5G Networks

Nationalized 5G? Donald Trump’s 2020 reelection team is backing controversial plans to have the government manage 5G wireless networks in the U.S., Politico reports . The plan is for the government to take specific frequencies in the 5G spectrum and sell them off wholesale to U.S. wireless providers. That would also mean more access to rural Americans according to Trump’s team. “A 5G wholesale ma

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How to fund Universal Basic Income? Tax robot labor.

If the ultra-wealthy are allowed to outright own factories full of super-efficient robots and AI, income inequality will eventually spiral out of control because there would be no incentive to continue paying obsolete humans for the same labor. I believe universal basic income (UBI) will become necessary in the future, but nobody has seemed to figure out an effective way to fund it. My idea is si

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Podcast Recap (February 2019): The Alter Ego Effect and the Flexibility of Human Sexuality

The Psychology Podcast recap for February 2019 — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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Naked in the Tundra with No Fire | Naked and Afraid

With temperatures plummeting, Steven and Laura look to start a fire. But with high winds, will they be able to control the flames from burning down their shelter? Stream Full Episodes of Naked and Afraid: https://www.discovery.com/tv-shows/naked-and-afraid/ Subscribe to Discovery: http://bit.ly/SubscribeDiscovery Join us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NakedandAfraid https://www.facebook.co

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Podcast Recap (February 2019): The Alter Ego Effect and the Flexibility of Human Sexuality

The Psychology Podcast recap for February 2019 — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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Over-Anthropomorphization of AI

Is anyone else a little weirded out by the amount of people that assume an AI with Sapience would automatically have emotions/spirituality? I mean, Emotions work for us, metaphorically speaking, because they're our biological way of programming our own goals. Pain, Pleasure, Joy, Sadness and anger are all very useful responses for a natural sapient organism because they were already Pre-built i

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Women call ambulance for husbands with heart attacks but not for themselves

Women call an ambulance for husbands, fathers and brothers with heart attack symptoms but not for themselves. 'It's time for women take care of themselves too' is the main message of two studies from the Polish Registry of Acute Coronary Syndromes (PL-ACS) presented today at Acute Cardiovascular Care 2019, a European Society of Cardiology congress.

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Heart attack patients taken directly to heart centers have better long-term survival

Heart attack patients taken directly to heart centers for lifesaving treatment have better long-term survival than those transferred from another hospital, reports a large observational study presented today at Acute Cardiovascular Care 2019, a European Society of Cardiology congress. Directly admitted patients were older, suggesting that heart attacks in young adults, and particularly women, go u

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Pernille Schnoor og evidensen

Kombinationen af at slække på kravene til dokumentation af behandlingstilbud, et opgør med den videnskabelige metode og større accept af alternative behandlinger er ødelæggende for den medicinske videnskab, som dagligt redder utallige menneskeliv, mens vi alle sammen lever markant længere. Det kan vi ikke tilbyde vores medborgere.

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Houston, We Have a Dragon

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla.—Believe it or not, getting to space wasn’t the hard part. In the past few years, SpaceX has mastered launching Falcon 9 rockets and putting payloads in space. The company has also perfected an intricate maneuver that returns rocket boosters to Earth, landing them gently on the ground or on a ship off the Atlantic coast, to be spruced up and used again. Last year, it launched

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Former Content Moderators Are Suing Facebook Over PTSD and Trauma

Indecent Exposure The Wall Street Journal called it “the worst job in technology” in 2017. Content moderators at Facebook have the gruesome job of weeding through hundreds of videos of violent murders, hate speech, and even suicides — and that’s bound to take a heavy toll. On Friday, two former Facebook content moderators signed on to a lawsuit in a California superior court, alleging that they a

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What jobs can't/won't be automated?

So I saw a list stated on this sub before about jobs that won't ever be fully automated and I was wondering what you guys thought. Keep in mind, I'm fairly sure this guy was implying that these jobs could have parts of their work automated but not be fully 100% automated. -Political jobs (POTUS, SCOTUS, senators, congressmen, campaign managers, lobbyists, state legislation, city council, politica

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To prevent lethal 5G, we need a digital Second Amendment

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SpaceX capsule docks at International Space Station – video

Following a successful launch on Saturday, the SpaceX Crew Dragon capsule has docked at the at the International Space Station. The new US space capsule, designed to shuttle astronauts, is the first to dock in eight years SpaceX Crew Dragon docks at International Space Station Continue reading…

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Is Ethical A.I. Even Possible?

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Why Should We Listen to Scientists?

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Why Is Disruption So Hard For Some People To Accept?

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The Air Force Wants to Give You Its Credit Card

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Business Leaders Set the A.I. Agenda

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2019 SkS Weekly Climate Change & Global Warming Digest #9

Story of the Week… Opinion of the Week… Toon of the Week… Coming Soon on SkS… Climate Feedback Reviews… SkS Week in Review… Poster of the Week… Story of the Week… How the Weather Gets Weaponized in Climate Change Messaging Clearing snow in Buffalo, N.Y., in January. Credit:Lindsay Dedario/Reuters In the summer, when heat waves scorch cities or heavy rains flood the coasts, some cl

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Letters: ‘Was Her Decision the Right One? I Don’t Know.’

My Wife Was Dying, and We Didn’t Tell Our Children When Jon Mehlman’s wife, Marla, was told that her triple-negative cancer cell would likely give her only 1,000 days to live , he and his wife decided not to tell their daughters. “Some might not have made the same decision, believing that the girls had a right to know they should savor diminishing moments,” Jon Mehlman wrote for TheAtlantic.com o

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Why Should We Listen to Scientists?

There’s a game young children like to play when they’re just beginning to learn how to interact with the world, talk to others, and indulge their natural curiosity: it’s called the “Why?” game. Take some natural phenomenon: Why is it raining? Why do people die? Why is the sky blue? If you furnish the child with an answer, they’ll inevitably ask “Why?” again, until you reach the limits of your kno

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Elon Musk Wants to Build a “Permanently Occupied Human Base” on the Moon

To the ISS and Beyond SpaceX CEO Elon Musk hasn’t gotten much sleep this weekend. But true to form, he’s already dreaming of something far more ambitious. “To be frank, I’m a little emotionally exhausted,” Musk said at a post-launch press conference at four o’clock in the morning on Saturday. “Because that was super stressful. But it worked, so far.” The private space company has achieved a lot w

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The best smart outlets I've tried

Gadgets From in-wall plugs to energy-monitoring power strips. The best smart plugs I've tried from in-wall units to energy monitoring power strips.

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The 'Female Byron'

Arsh Raziuddin The story ended in October 1838 in modern-day Ghana, at Cape Coast Castle, a British commercial garrison and a former slave-trading post. There, the recently married 36-year-old wife of the chief British official, George Maclean, was found by her maid dead on the floor of her dressing room, an empty prescription bottle of highly toxic prussic acid in her hand. Nearby, probably in A

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Trump's North Korea Meeting Tops This Week's Internet News

In other headlines: Michael Cohen went to Washington and some people said things they (probably) shouldn't on Twitter.

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Tesla’s $35,000 Model 3 Arrives and More Cars News This Week

Elon Musk hits a milestone and gets in trouble with the SEC, Lyft files for its IPO, cities investigate congestion pricing, and more.

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The Origin of Amethysts May Leave You All Tingly

Amethyst is the February birthstone. Learn why its color is positively radiant — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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Why Are There So Many Marsupials in Australia?

Australia is the kingdom of marsupials, home to furry kangaroos, koalas and wombats. The continent has so many marsupials, it raises the question: Did these pouch-bearing mammals arise Down Under?

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Watch SpaceX’s Crew Dragon Dock Autonomously With the ISS

Autonomous Parking After successfully launching early on Saturday morning from NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida, SpaceX’s next-generation passenger spacecraft Crew Dragon has docked itself to a free dock on the International Space Station at 5:51 am EST this morning. The first @Commercial_Crew mission arrived at the space station today when the @SpaceX #CrewDragon completed soft capture on

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Inside the SpaceX Dragon capsule that has docked on the ISS

ISS astronauts have a look inside the unmanned capsule, which has been designed for commercial travel.

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In Defense of Harvey Weinstein’s Harvard Lawyer

Law Professor Ronald S. Sullivan Jr. is among the most accomplished people at Harvard. He has helped to overturn scores of wrongful convictions and to free thousands from wrongful incarceration. A sought-after defense attorney and director of Harvard’s criminal law clinic, he became the first African American in the institution’s history to be appointed as a faculty dean, a pastoral role that inc

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Language analysis reveals recent and unusual 'moral polarisation' in Anglophone world

After many decades, use of moral signifiers in books underwent a sharp increase from 1980 onwards, with perhaps worrying implications. Andrew Masterson reports.

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The Air Force Wants to Give You Its Credit Card

Will Roper, acquisition executive for the US Air Force, talks to WIRED's editor-in-chief about making the military more adaptive, the role of AI, and what he worries about every day.

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England to Offer Hospital Patients Free Sanitary Products

Women and girls will be offered free tampons and other sanitary products, officials said, calling the move “a big step forward” in the effort to end period poverty.

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When Demagogic Populism Swings Left

Here are three things you should know about Huey Long: He served as first the governor and then a senator for Louisiana in the late 1920s and early 1930s. While in office, he pursued a populist agenda by aggressive means that many critics saw as autocratic and unlawful. And he held on to popular support, in spite of the critics, right up until one of them killed him. In an Atlantic article writte

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How Conflicts End—And Who Can End Them

Nearly 4,000 people were killed in the Troubles in Northern Ireland between the late 1960s and the 1998 Good Friday Agreement, as violent tensions flared between mostly Catholic republicans, who sought unification of Northern Ireland with the Republic of Ireland, and a mix of Protestant paramilitaries, police, and British army forces arrayed against them. People died in shootings and riots and bo

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Ancient amphibian was Triassic frog

Tiny fossils reveal one of the oldest amphibian species ever found. Andrew Masterson reports.

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Mathematics could identify species extinction risks

Calculating multiple outcomes will help pinpoint populations at risk, say Fernando Colchero and Dalia A Conde.

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The man who swims with sharks

Australian ecologist Charlie Huveneers is at the forefront of research into some of the most terrifying creatures in the ocean. Natalie Parletta reports.

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A sunburnt moon

Scientists investigate the power of solar wind.

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Science history: the misguided criminologist

Cesare Lombroso attempted to meld Darwin’s theories with cultural anthropology. He failed. Jeff Glorfeld reports.

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18 meter virtuel virkelighed

PLUS. Tivoli giver med ny virtual reality-oplevelse et smugkig ind i fremtidens for­lystelsesparker, hvor den fysiske virkelighed blandes med digital magi.

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Slow social change: Millennials versus fifty years of predecessors.

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Succes for SpaceX: Amerikansk rumkapsel kobler sig til rumstation

Kapslen, der kun har en dukke om bord, er nået sikkert frem til rumstationen.

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Want a Foldable Phone? Hold Out for Real Glass

A new wave of smartphones like the Samsung Galaxy Fold use plastic polymers, not glass, for their displays. That could cause some unexpected headaches.

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Colonialists Are Coming For Blood—Literally

The latest way in which wealthy countries are profiting off developing nations is by harvesting useful genetic samples without paying a cent.

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Unforced variations: Mar 2019

This month’s open thread on climate science topics.

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Does our immune system hold the key to beating Alzheimer’s disease?

Incurable and increasingly prevalent, Alzheimer’s has long puzzled the research community. Now scientists believe the human body may be the best line of defence Half a million people in the UK are living with Alzheimer’s disease , the most common form of dementia. And while the risks generally increase with age, thousands are afflicted under the age of 65. Inheritable genetic conditions can lead

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SpaceX Crew Dragon docks at International Space Station

Capsule is the first US-made, designed-for-crew spacecraft to dock in eight years SpaceX‘s new crew capsule has arrived at the International Space Station, completing its second milestone in just over a day. No one was onboard the Dragon capsule that launched on Saturday on its first test flight, only an dummy. Continue reading…

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The biggest A.I. risks: Superintelligence and the elite silos

We have no guarantee that a superintelligent A.I. is going to do what we want. Once we create something many times more intelligent than we are, it may be "insane" to think we can control what it does. What's the best bet to ensure superintelligent A.I. remains compliant with humans and does good works, such as advance medicine? To raise it in a way that's imbued with compassion and understanding

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The Clumsy Predictability of The Widow

It’s important to know, first of all, that the entire plot of The Widow hinges on a ratty orange trucker cap imprinted with the word Rumpel4skin . Yes, Rumpel4skin . This is supposedly a serious drama about murder, about corruption in the Democratic Republic of Congo, about one audacious woman’s mission to discover the truth about a plane crash that killed her husband. But there that cap is, brid

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It’s a Blessing to Bear Your Friend’s Burden

P eople who are struggling with depression or other difficulties often assume that sharing their story with friends imposes a burden on them. In fact, the opposite is usually true: From a true friend’s perspective, being entrusted with the cares and burdens of another is a privilege. It’s an opportunity to dispense generosity, and a sign and symbol of trust. And when both people share with each o

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Andrew Cuomo’s Case for 2020—No, Really

NEW YORK—Here’s how Andrew Cuomo ends our first interview at the beginning of January, sitting in a chair in his office, after eating cookie No. 4 from the tray his staff prepared. I put a simple question to him: “Would you like to be president?” He dodges it over and over by talking about how much he wants to do his job as governor well. Finally he says, Well, Joe Biden is running anyway. A lot

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14 spørgsmål om fregat-havariet: Læserne spørger – eksperterne svarer

Teknisk Ukeblads læsere har indsendt en række spørgsmål om ulykken 8. november 2018 og fremtiden for skibet. Her er en opsummering.

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Five advantages of being left-handed

From playing hard to thinking hard, a southpaw bias can have a major impact on performance Research published recently concluded that left-handed people were overrepresented in a database of 10,000 boxers and martial arts fighters and had a higher win percentage. This confirms the “fighter hypothesis”: that despite the costs of being left-handed the trait has survived because of a competitive adv

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At last, hope for families living in the shadow of Huntington’s disease

An innovative drug may soon offer new ways to fight this cruel inherited condition Matt Ellison was seven when his father was diagnosed with Huntington’s disease. The condition – which is progressive, incurable and invariably fatal – took 15 years to kill John Ellison. The impact on Matt’s life was profound. His father, who had inherited the disease from his mother, found he could no longer concen

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A robotic hand that gives sixth sense back to users

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Celebrities help the £500 vitamin jab go mainstream

Intravenous therapy has taken off via social media after star names led the way. But its effects are unknown, doctors warn Madonna does it. Rihanna’s done it. Katy Perry, Rita Ora and Gwyneth Paltrow have been known to dabble and while there are no clinical studies to prove the benefits of intravenous vitamin therapy, the celebrity wellness trend appears to have gone fully mass market. In a gleami

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Are AI composers the future of music?

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Nya fynd visar vad som hände när Golfströmmen stannade

På stenåldern drabbades Norden av en av de största naturkatastroferna i mänsklighetens historia. Golfströmmen saktade in, och det blev extremt kallt. Förmodligen svalt många människor ihjäl.

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Framtidens solceller ska bli billigare och effektivare med perovskit

Materialet perovskit har under de senaste åren dykt upp som ett väldigt intressant alternativ till kisel i tillverkningen av solceller. Erik Johansson, forskare vid Uppsala universitet, berättar om vad som gör materialet så bra och vilka problem forskarna har kvar att lösa.

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Studie: Molnflygning kan leda till mer snöfall

Omfattande flygtrafik bidrar inte bara till en varmare planet utan även till blötare väder. En ny finsk studie visar att flygplan som passerar igenom underkylda moln kan leda till 14 gånger mer snö och regn.

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Yes, It’s Real: Giant 700-Pound Alligator Found in Georgia Ditch

It looks almost too massive to be real, but officials have confirmed that the monster of an alligator found in a ditch in Georgia, and seen in pictures going viral on social media, […] The …

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Will Politics change drastically and no longer continue as is?

I’m very early in my thought process but here goes…. Early on in history, there were King and Queens, Aristocracy. I guess one could argue they were never for the average class/man and hence revolted against and we land up more or less with the political systems we have today in the developed world… But look around. Politics is a mess, relatively speaking, in the US. It’s a mess in Canada. It

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Why Scientists Used Graphene Nanoribbons to Engineer Bionic Mushrooms

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Sony has quit making the PS Vita, seven years after its release

The last two variants Sony was still manufacturing have been filed under discontinued on their website, as spotted by Polygon. The move was expected: stock has been dwindling for some time now, …

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Amazon echo learning.

Title is shit, but how long will it take for the current data collation of these devices take, until I can interact with it completely seemlessly, considering the amount of data/quality of recordings…? And additionally, until I can teach it by talking to it. I understand the amount of back of house work involved, but surely we're not far off? submitted by /u/Theonewithabigone [link] [comments]

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SpaceX Dragon capsule docks with space station

America's new astronaut capsule successfully completes the latest task in its demonstration mission.

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Microsoft ends support for the Band wearable on May 31st

It's been over two years since Microsoft discontinued its Band fitness wearable and axed any future plans for it. Now, tech giant is putting the product line to rest: it's …

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The Tragedy of Infinite Tic-Tac-Toe

Many X’s Can You Fit in a Plane? — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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There's more to metabolism than glucose and ATP

A neuroendocrine tumor cell stained to show the cell’s microtubule structure (green), the cell nucleus (blue), and its many mitochondria (red). Flashcard flashback I don’t know about you, but when I was in 9th grade, I had to memorize EVERYTHING about how cells make energy. It was probably one of the scariest topics that I ever studied because there were so many steps in all the pathways and so m

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Journalists reported a news story using machine learning

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MHI Vestas Launches the First 10 MW Wind Turbine in History

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De store europæiske lande trækker EU i hver sin retning

I bogen Europas mange omveje tager fem forskere temperaturen på EU ved at analysere fem store europæiske…

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Daginstitutionen ruster nationen til at modstå fremtidens trusler

Daginstitutionen er ikke bare et sted, hvor forældre kan få passet deres børn, så…

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Machine-Learning Models Can Help Detect Sepsis in Newborns Earlier

Happy Birthday The world can be a harsh place, particularly in the first few months after a baby is born. During those precious moments, a newborn is exposed to a flurry of new experiences and stimuli including, unfortunately, foreign bacteria. Sepsis, the result of a bacterial infection in the circulatory system, is a major cause of infant mortality even in developed nations. Rapid diagnosis of

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Elon Musk’s Emotional Response to a Space Milestone

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla.—About a year ago, when SpaceX made history with the successful launch of one of the most powerful rockets ever made, Elon Musk was ebullient. It had seemed possible, even to him, that on its first flight the Falcon Heavy would fail and go up in flames. So when the rocket sailed into the sky and deposited a shiny red Tesla in space, he floated into a room packed with reporters

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Quick Roundup Of Monthly Science Stories

Quick Roundup Of Monthly Science Stories A month's worth of cool science stories summed up. A Month's Worth of Top Science Stories Video of A Month's Worth of Top Science Stories Technology Saturday, March 2, 2019 – 15:30 Alistair Jennings, Contributor Reference List: 1 – Massive Bolivian earthquake reveals mountains 660 kilometers below our feet: Seismologists found mountains and smooth pla

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Is the world headed for a collective existential depression?

Studies show that people are becoming more depressed, anxious, and isolated over time, and the trends continue to veer in that direction. This has led millennials and younger generations to become increasingly confused and frustrated with the way that not only the government works, but also the way the entire universe works. We are forced to eat, sleep, sit on the toilet, and slave away in some p

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