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Scientists Just Inched Closer To Lab Made Human Eggs And Sperm

Scientists Just Inched Closer To Lab-Made Human Eggs And Sperm

We all know the drill for reproduction—sperm meets egg. This article was written by Shelly Fan and originally published by Singularity Hub. For the past decade, scientists have been pushing ...

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Dutch Consider Law To Ban ‘Puppy Yoga’

Dutch Consider Law To Ban ‘Puppy Yoga’

A top Dutch official said Friday that he was weighing a ban on so-called “puppy…

Denver To Use Drones For 911 Calls

The Denver Police Department (DPD) is set to…

United States Nuclear Weapons, 2024

In May 2024, the US Department of Defense…

Trust In AI Is More Than A Moral Problem

The economic potential of AI is uncontested, but…

How The 18th-Century ‘Probability Revolution’ Fueled The Casino Gambling Craze

The first commercial gambling operations emerged, coincidentally or…

Scientists Confirm Microplastics Found In Human Testicles

Microplastics have been detected in human testicles, with…

America’s Dairy Cow Replacement Inventory Collapses To Two-Decade Low

The nation’s food supply chain remains under stress. We’ve…

Concepts In Quantum Materials And Computing: From Dreams Toward Use

Concepts In Quantum Materials And Computing: From Dreams Toward Use

You likely have never heard a student exclaim at a school career day,…

Astronomers Discover 27,500 New Asteroids Lurking In Archival Images

Astronomers Discover 27,500 New Asteroids Lurking In Archival Images

There are well over a million asteroids in the solar system. Most don’t cross paths with Earth, but some do…

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The Growing Threat Of Data Leakage In Generative AI Apps

The Growing Threat Of Data Leakage In Generative AI Apps

The age of Generative AI (GenAI) is transforming…

What Are Your Rights If You’re Hit By A Driverless Car?

What Are Your Rights If You’re Hit By A Driverless Car?

With technology advancing at such a rapid pace,…

To Find A Place To Store Spent Nuclear Fuel, Congress Needs To Stop Trying To Revive Yucca Mountain

To Find A Place To Store Spent Nuclear Fuel, Congress Needs To Stop Trying To Revive Yucca Mountain

A recent congressional hearing strangely resembled the film Groundhog Day. The hearing—titled “American Nuclear Energy Expansion: Spent Fuel Policy and Innovation”—not only rekindled…

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Germany Busts ‘Europe’s Largest Scam Call Centre Network’

Germany Busts ‘Europe’s Largest Scam Call Centre Network’

Germany said Wednesday that police had busted what was probably Europe’s largest network of fraudulent call centres, responsible for thousands of…

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AI Is Gathering A Growing Amount Of Training Data Inside Virtual Worlds

AI Is Gathering A Growing Amount Of Training Data Inside Virtual Worlds

To anyone living in a city where autonomous vehicles operate, it would seem they need a lot of practice. Robotaxis travel millions of…

Scientists Find A Surprising Way To Transform A And B Blood Types Into Universal Blood

Scientists Find A Surprising Way To Transform A And B Blood Types Into Universal Blood

Blood transfusions save lives. In the US alone, people receive around 10 million units each year. But blood banks are always short…

US Astronauts Prep For First Crewed Flight On Boeing’s Starliner God Help Them

US Astronauts Prep For First Crewed Flight On Boeing’s Starliner — God Help Them

Two US astronauts arrived Thursday at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida, ahead of their launch aboard the Boeing Starliner’s first…

Can Artificial Intelligence Make Insurance More Affordable?

Can Artificial Intelligence Make Insurance More Affordable?

AI rapidly transforms industries by optimizing processes, enhancing data analytics and creating smarter, more efficient systems. Traditionally, the insurance sector determines…

This Year's Cicada Invasion Will Be Double The Trouble

This Year’s Cicada Invasion Will Be Double The Trouble

For the first time in more than 200 years, two broods of cicadas—Brood XIX, known as the Great Southern Brood, and…

How The Pentagon Rewrote Pitch Perfect 3

How The Pentagon Rewrote Pitch Perfect 3

Pitch Perfect 3 appears on the surface to be a family-friendly piece of lighthearted, forgettable entertainment.  But beneath that surface lies…

Scientists Create Atomically Thin Gold With Century Old Japanese Knife Making Technique

Scientists Create Atomically Thin Gold With Century-Old Japanese Knife Making Technique

Graphene has been hailed as a wonder material, but it also set off a rush to find other promising atomically thin materials….

This Company Is Growing Mini Livers Inside People To Fight Liver Disease

This Company Is Growing Mini Livers Inside People To Fight Liver Disease

Growing a substitute liver inside a human body sounds like science fiction. This article was written by Shelly Fan and originally…

Study Lists World’s ‘Forever Chemical’ Hotspots

Study Lists World’s ‘Forever Chemical’ Hotspots

Dangerous concentrations of long-lingering “forever chemicals” have been found in surface and groundwater worldwide, according to a study released Tuesday that…

What Is Suno AI? The Music Generator Making Waves

What Is Suno AI? The Music Generator Making Waves

Artificial intelligence has undoubtedly broadened the scope for anyone to do and become anything. From web developers and graphic designers to…

How To Identify Deepfake Videos Like A Fact Checker

How To Identify Deepfake Videos Like A Fact-Checker

Deepfakes are synthetic media where an individual replaces a person’s likeness with someone else’s. They’re becoming more common online, often spreading…

Origami Modules Could Build Bridges, Shelters, And Objects In Space

Origami Modules Could Build Bridges, Shelters, And Objects In Space

For the first time, load-bearing structures like bridges and shelters can be made with origami modules—versatile components that can fold compactly…

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