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mardi 10 juillet 2018, 14:00
@_personals_ started as an Instagram account for posting old-school looking-for-love ads—but it's poised to be so much more.
The Chesapeake Bay project uses AI to go beyond flood warnings and create more detailed maps that can help with land-use planning and emergency response.
Brothers Svilen and Konstantin Rangelov are working on a drone they say will someday haul 800 pounds up to 1,550 miles.
When the young Mark Zuckerberg moved to Palo Alto in 2004, he and his buddies built a corporate proto-culture that continues to influence the company today.
Human drivers struggle to figure out something as simple as whether someone will cross the road. Just imagine how robocars feel.
The latest Surface is Microsoft's smallest—and least expensive.
Time-lapse footage of a calving Glacier in Greenland could help researchers anticipate catastrophic sea-level rise.
The comics artist co-created many iconic characters—but that's not the only reason he should be remembered.
lundi 9 juillet 2018, 23:07
The video platform is less focused on getting rid of conspiracy theorists than on trying to elevate journalism it considers valuable.
A Canadian nonprofit alliance is trying to save a staple fish supply—via drone photography.
By drawing on prior experience, a humanoid-ish robot can watch a human pick up an apple and drop it in a bowl, then do the same itself, even if it’s never seen an apple before.
Tread gently on the planet with a versatile pack made mostly from recycled materials.
Fights over renewable standards and nuclear power can be vicious. Here's a list of views that climate hawks share.
Groceries, toddlers, and tools all fit in the cargo box of the Riese & Müller Load.
The on-demand economy gives fewer opportunities for people to interact with those outside their class—creating impermeable inequality.
We’re witnessing, it seems, the localization of the genre, if not its full-on domestication—and Tau embodies that domestication.
There haven't been as many hacks and attacks compared to this time last year, but that's where the good news ends.
Alia, which allows employers to pay voluntary contributions toward benefits for domestic workers, could be a model for others without insurance or paid time off.
Instead of digging into Belgium's Ypres Salient, archaeologists used lidar laser scanners to map the war zone and turn up some remarkable finds.
Pruitt's replacement might be more effective at gutting environmental protection than Pruitt himself.
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