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MONDAY 11. NOVEMBER 2019
A fog of micro-debris poses major risks to satellites and spaceships—and this test suggests there is a lot more of it than anyone had thought
An updated analysis from OpenAI shows how dramatically the need for computational resources has increased to reach each new AI breakthrough.
SATURDAY 9. NOVEMBER 2019
Physicists have watched a chain of 15 amino acids interfere with itself, in an experiment that paves the way for a new era of quantum biology.
FRIDAY 8. NOVEMBER 2019
Your space questions, answered.
The DNA test claims to let prospective parents weed out IVF embryos with a high risk of disease or low intelligence.
THURSDAY 7. NOVEMBER 2019
A deep-learning system will work alongside human analysts to monitor the Nasdaq for suspicious behavior.
Want your robot to learn a new task? Then send it to RoboNet, a vast video database that could one day teach it anything.
WEDNESDAY 6. NOVEMBER 2019
For robots to be useful teammates, they need to be able to understand what they’re told to do—and execute it with minimal supervision.
It’s an all-hands-on-deck situation to stop the vital count from being compromised. But there are still concerns that Big Tech isn’t being transparent enough.
From Russian Olympic cyberattacks to billion-dollar North Korean malware, how one tech giant monitors nation-sponsored hackers everywhere on earth.
More than 11,000 scientists signed a paper arguing the world needs to stabilize or gradually reduce the global population.
TUESDAY 5. NOVEMBER 2019
As soon as the power turns on, hackers can gain an advantage.
The creator of the famous voice assistant dreams of a world where Alexa is everywhere, anticipating your every need.
SATURDAY 2. NOVEMBER 2019
China’s quantum communication satellite Micius has notched up an impressive series of breakthroughs thanks to powerful photon detectors that outwit background noise.
FRIDAY 1. NOVEMBER 2019
And it’s likely to get harder, not easier, for the state to achieve ever deeper cuts in emissions.
Paper Phone is not a joke—it’s part of the company’s “digital well-being experiments.” Digital detox experts aren’t having it.