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For centuries, scientists have pondered the “tears” that form in wine glasses. Now they think they know how it happens.
Activists on the ground and digital sleuths have spent years documenting chemical attacks and barrel bombs. Now they’re facing a brutal truth.
Turns out there’s more to the game than just being an annoying goose.
New tools, tactics, and techniques show Russian hackers famous for targeting Americans have been active around the world.
The US criminal legal system uses predictive algorithms to try to make the judicial process less biased. But there’s a deeper problem.
The nation asked its major utility to make plans for six huge reactors.
Split strategies over nuclear proliferation could spell disaster, says one of the world’s most decorated soldiers.
A new DARPA research program is developing brain-computer interfaces that could control ““swarms of drones, operating at the speed of thought”. What if it succeeds?
Urban planning is more art than science. But data mining and visualization on a massive scale are set to change that.
The company wants permission to turn its proposed mega-constellation into a behemoth in low Earth orbit. But its motives are unclear.
Researchers at OpenAI have developed a new method for transferring complex manipulation skills from simulated to physical environments.
He nearly lost it all to an IED blast in Afghanistan. But a pioneering procedure changed everything.
The company’s LauncherOne system is designed to send satellites to low-Earth orbit. Does it really have the power to send a payload to the Red Planet?
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