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Writing, animation, and illustration, things that used to be uniquely human, are now being invaded by artificial intelligence. So, what’s next for creatives?
A newly proposed technique for 3D printing human organs and fighting aging requires your embryonic clone. But just for a little bit.
Scientists figured out how to make cold brew coffee in a matter of minutes with laser pulses.
Yet another study promising to help us find a planet beyond the orbit of Pluto fails. So, where exactly is Planet Nine? And why haven’t we found it?
A new simulation says that black holes are eating neutron stars and lighting up our telescopes with mysterious bursts of energy.
A far right militia butting into wildfire cleanup efforts is a dark sign of things to come if we don’t fight the climate crisis.
Many humans can drink milk long after they start eating solid food. But science is still not sure if they should.
When people go out of their way to avoid backlash, it taxes the mind. Now, researchers want to know how to make inclusivity easier on the brain.
Today the world seems like it’s suddenly unraveling. But experts have been warning us this day would come for many decades.
Don’t worry about the AI, worry about the humans training it, say researchers who found out how easy it is to turn machines evil.