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This human-sized origami reinvents emergency shelters

“Often,” he continues, “these things are built, but then they are left behind or they are destroyed.”“It's a great bridge between the mechanics...

The ‘Vaccine’ emoji gets a makeover this week

For the first most popular moment this month emoji on Twitter it wasn't the laugh-cry-, but ? - mouth open, tears flowing,...

5 great next-gen PS5 games (and one to avoid)

The most elusive Playstation 5 is not easy to to get a hand on, and even if you have one, it's hard...

covid-19 modeling, Youyang Gu, machine learning, data science

“It has become clear that we are not going to achieve collective immunity in 2021, at least certainly not nationwide,” he says. ...

Hackers used ‘mind-blowing’ bug to sneak past macOS backups

With macOS malware on the rise, Apple has been busy in recent years adding layers of protection that make it much harder...

We are on track to set a new world meat consumption record

Bill Gates made headlines earlier this year for saying that "all rich countries should switch to 100% synthetic beef" in an interview...

This researcher claims that AI is neither artificial nor intelligent

Tech companies like to portray artificial intelligence as a precise and powerful tool for good. Kate Crawford says the mythology is...

35 years later, studies show Chernobyl silver lining

Cancers are caused by mutations in human DNA. A few lines of genetic code are removed or mixed up and this change...

Covid Lockdowns has prevented other infections. Is it good?

The main finding of the study, however, was not that more people had allergies; it was already an accepted observation. It...

Public transport could see welcome change after pandemic

Almost seven years later, Remix now has a team of around 70 and a client list that includes over 350 transit agencies...

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