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vendredi 12 octobre 2018, 15:00
Opinion: This Big Oil-backed climate tax is something Republicans and Democrats can agree on.
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They nearly went extinct with the decline of the DVD, but now filmmaker commentaries are back and better than ever.
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Estimating answers to everyday physics problems is an art form. Here's one tip: learn to ignore what you don't know.
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By turns intimate and bombastic, it's the perfect film for cerebral cinephiles and IMAX-loving space odyssey lovers.
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Can’t be in San Francisco for our 25th anniversary bash? Here’s how you can join the fun, wherever you are.
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The salmon-snatching grizzlies of Katmai National Park delight the internet—and obscure the big marketing business behind them.
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We're partnering with ProPublica to collect and analyze political ads on Facebook with a simple browser extension you can install, too
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The software giant, whose former CEO once called Linux a 'cancer,' will let others use 60,000 patents for Linux-related open source projects.
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What's really scary is that as climate change brings fiercer storms, more places must learn to prepare for disaster.
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Automated systems take into account thousands of variables to make decisions that affect our lives. People are calling for more transparency in AI, but not everyone agrees on what constitutes a fair explanation.
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jeudi 11 octobre 2018, 21:53
A new video of Atlas, the company's two-legged robot, shows off its agility as it bounds up a platform.
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Previously, 'Fortnite' on Android had been available only to Samsung devices and as a limited beta. As of now, everyone can have a turn.
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Consumer genomics is making it easier than ever to identify individuals from anonymous DNA databases. Even if you’ve never spit in a tube.
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The spacecraft’s failure minutes after launch—the second mishap in recent months—raises questions about how people will travel to and from the space station.
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Even this year's most accomplished debut, 'The Poppy War,' spends its first half in a structural school daze.
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The phenomenon known as 'rapid intensification' used to be rare. With climate change, this most deadly type of hurricane is becoming more common.
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An unusual new instrument can peer inside a living mammalian embryo and watch its cells grow.
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As technology like Google Duplex continues to offload more basic human interaction to robots, it’s worth wondering what else might get lost in the process.
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Space Camp for Interested Visually Impaired Students takes place at the US Space and Rocket Center each fall.
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Researchers armed with a very fun kind of cannon have shown that drones have potential to do serious damage to aircraft.
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