SCIENCE - TECHNOLOGY - NATURE
MYSTERIOUS LIGHT FLASHES 1ST SPOTTED BY CARL SAGAN EXPLAINED
The "pale blue dot" has been twinkling like a brilliant diamond in satellite images, and scientists may have finally solved the mystery of why.
LIFE AMONG THE STARS? TINY INTERSTELLAR PROBES MAY TEST 'PANSPERMIA' IDEA
Some of the first spacecraft that humanity sends to other solar systems may carry microscopic ambassadors from Earth.
ALCOHOL DOES NOT ALTER PERSONALITY, SAY SCIENTISTS AS THEY DEBUNK MYTH OF 'HAPPY DRUNK'
There is no such thing a ‘happy drunk’ scientists have concluded after finding that alcohol does not radically change personality.
APPLE IS USING AI TO UNLOCK PREVIOUSLY UNUSABLE "DARK DATA"
Apple has acquired Lattice Data, a company that uses artificial intelligence (AI) to structure dark data.
. This investment into AI will allow Apple to make better use of the 70 to 80 percent of data that is unstructured.
STUDENTS DESIGN WAYS TO MINE THE MOON FOR ROCKET FUEL
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DOES THE UNIVERSE REALLY GO ON FOREVER? BILL NYE ANSWERS.
Bill Nye answers the question "Does the universe go on forever?" as part of his weekly series Tuesdays with Bill. It is worth watching for a concise answer to a question we all asked our physics teachers at school.
SECRET OF EHARMONY ALGORITHM IS IGNORING WISHES OF PICKY DATERS
For 17 years, the online dating site eHarmony has closely guarded its matchmaking algorithm.
AI OPPONENTS CAN BEAT HUMANS AT CHESS, GO, AND EVEN POKER
Artificial intelligence continually becomes more sophisticated, and playing games with people is something it's quite skilled at. Researcher Arend Hintze takes a look at the evolution of AI and games — and what's coming next.
FIVE UNSOLVED MYSTERIES THAT KEEP SCIENTISTS UP AT NIGHT
In physics, some of the easiest questions to ask are the most difficult to answer. From the mystery of dark matter to the inevitable end of the universe, there are many questions we just don't have answers for yet.
RESEARCHERS BELIEVE THAT EYE DROPS COULD CURE JET LAG
Researchers from a Scottish university think that jet lag may be able to be cured with eye drops. If successful, their research could help many travelers to adjust to their new time zone faster.