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Well-hidden sea walls, white rooftops, and community programs to monitor for signs of heat illnesses are all part of the strategy for helping the Big Apple cope with global warming.
Cells from the plants have been turned into a tough biocomposite that could break down naturally after its useful life is over.
Bans in cities could spread to states, then up to Washington.
WEDNESDAY 18. SEPTEMBER 2019
How accessible would a cure be to the people who need it?
Hao Li sees deepfake technology as moving quickly toward being indistinguishable from reality.
The result, obtained from mobile-phone records, raises an obvious question–why?
It’s time for a broad reckoning on the ethics of funding, but creating good policies won’t be easy.
NASA and ESA want to know that if an asteroid were on a collision course with Earth, we could do something about it
TUESDAY 17. SEPTEMBER 2019
OpenAI’s agents evolved to exhibit complex behaviors, suggesting a promising approach for developing more sophisticated artificial intelligence.
MONDAY 16. SEPTEMBER 2019
Canadian company NorthStar wants to track space debris with a constellation of 40 satellites. It’s not the craziest idea.
When a perpetrator is a young white man, people blame video games. If he’s black, people make up a troublingly racist narrative.
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The ride-hailing companies want to create a third category of workers. That’s had mixed results in other countries.
A startup called Quantum Circuits is networking mini quantum devices together to create computers it will claims will be easier to scale up than rival machines.
A new curriculum that helps children understand how algorithms are designed will keep them safe and motivate them to help shape the technology’s future.