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Just like Humans, Artificial Intelligence Can Learn Racism Too

When Microsoft released an artificially intelligent chatbot named Tay on Twitter last March, things took a predictably disastrous turn. Within 24 hours, the bot was spewing racist, neo-Nazi rants, much of which it picked up by incorporating the language of Twitter users who interacted with it. Unfortunately, new research finds that Twitter trolls aren’t the only way that AI devices … Continue reading

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Strange Anomalies Detected by Large Hadron Collider Could REWRITE the Laws of Physics

The Standard Model is a theory in physics that dictates how all of the particles in the universe interact, and the Higgs Boson, also known as the God Particle, was deemed necessary to give mass to other particles and essentially proved the Standard Model to be true. The discovery of the Higgs Boson in 2012 validated generations’ worth of physicists … Continue reading

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$100 Million Google Health Project; Seeks 10,000 Volunteers For Invasive Screening

Predictive medicine – or “precision health” as it is sometimes known – is a trend in healthcare that is growing exponentially. Perhaps the greatest indication to date that this is slated to be the future of disease prevention and patient care is a massive new investment by tech behemoth and king of the algorithm, Google. However, in order to continue … Continue reading

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Lack of Sleep Linked to Aging, ‘Every One of the Major Diseases’

Geezers sleep less than whippersnappers. Everybody knows that, but scientists aren’t sure why. A new study from University of California, Berkeley, argues that older people need just as much sleep as younger people, but the degeneration of certain brain signals prevents older people from getting the rest they need. The team was led by Matthew Walker, professor of neuroscience and … Continue reading

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No Oxygen? No Problem! Mars’ Volcanoes May Have Created Conditions Ripe for Life

New research suggests an oxygen-rich atmosphere might not be so crucial for the emergence of life after all. Considering the size and number of volcanos on the Red Planet, volcanic activity there has arguably been the determining factor for conditions on Mars. At least, that is what a new study published in the journal Icarus by a joint team of … Continue reading

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Humans Need to Prepare for a World Without Aging

EXTENDING THE HUMAN LIFESPAN Humans have always been fascinated by the prospect of long life. For a classic take on this idea from one of the greats, check out Kurt Vonnegut’s short story from 1954 Tomorrow and Tomorrow and Tomorrow — he paints a portrait of a crumbling society after the invention of an anti-aging drug. You might think that life extension … Continue reading

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Scientists Invent New Matter, A Self-Propelling Liquid

Imagine a liquid that could move on its own. No need for human effort or the pull of gravity. You could put it in a container flat on a table, not touch it in any way, and it would still flow. Brandeis researchers report in a new article in Science that they have taken the first step in creating a … Continue reading

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Detailed Study Shows Indonesia’s Human-Like ‘Hobbit’ Skeletons Are Not Our Ancestors

A comprehensive study of the bones of Homo floresiensis, nicknamed the “Indonesian hobbits” due to their miniscule stature, has revealed that they are not an ancestor of humans at all. Rather, they are an sister-species of Homo habilis, tool-using hominids that went extinct more than 2 million years ago. The study debunked the theory though anthropological examination and statistical modeling … Continue reading

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NASA’s Cassini Spacecraft Captures Sobering Image of Earth A BILLION Miles Away

NASA’s Cassini spacecraft captured an incredible final image of Earth from a billion miles away during its orbit of Saturn’s rings. The space probe was facing Earth’s Southern Atlantic Ocean, some 870 million miles (1.4 billion km) away, when the image of was captured on April 12, says NASA. See that dot between #Saturn's rings? That's us. All of us, … Continue reading

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Link Found Between Being Skinny and Depression

Being skinny is associated with depression, according to a new study showing the first evidence linking being underweight with low moods. Experts believe they have found the first evidence of a significant link between being underweight and being depressed. The research reveals both men and women can be affected by negative thoughts about being too thin, unlike depression among obese … Continue reading

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