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Feb 22, 2021

NASA reveals video of Perseverance landing

Posted by in category: space

NASA today revealed thrilling footage of its Perseverance rover landing in Mars’ Jezero Crater on 18th February 2021.

Feb 22, 2021

Coca-Cola Has Just Unveiled Its New Sustainable Paper Bottles

Posted by in category: sustainability

What do you think about this environmentally friendly bottle?

Coca-cola has just unveiled their new sustainable paper bottles designed in partnership with Danish company Paboco.

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Feb 22, 2021

Deepfake Voice Technology Iterates on Old Phishing Strategies

Posted by in categories: cybercrime/malcode, robotics/AI

As the world of AI and deepfake technology grows more complex, the risk that deepfakes pose to firms and individuals grows increasingly potent.

Feb 22, 2021

Inside the War Between Deepfakes and Deepfake Detectors

Posted by in category: futurism

Deepfakes are getting better, and as they become increasingly convincing, the pressure is on for deepfake detection technologies to keep up.

Feb 22, 2021

This Machine Could Explore Hell for NASA

Posted by in categories: robotics/AI, space travel

With its soaring temperatures and toxic atmosphere, Venus is a punishing place. The longest amount of time a spacecraft has survived on the planet’s surface is just over 50 minutes, when the Soviet-designed Vega 2 mission landed there in 1985.

That’s why NASA dubbed the latest challenge in its Automaton Rover for Extreme Environments (AREE) project “Exploring Hell”: Could designers build a mechanically powered robot that can withstand the harsh environment and explore the unknown world?

Feb 22, 2021

Mike Wang — Johns Hopkins — Hallucinogens, NeuroImmunology And The Microbiome In Mental Healthcare

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, education, health, neuroscience

Hallucinogens, neuro-immunology and the microbiome — convergent approaches in mental healthcare — mike wang, johns hopkins university.

Mike Wang, is a neuro-psychiatric researcher and adjunct teaching faculty in neuroscience at the Johns Hopkins Krieger School of Arts and Sciences.

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Feb 22, 2021

Ai-Da — The World’s First Humanoid, Artificial Intelligence (AI) Robot Artist

Posted by in categories: business, robotics/AI, security

The Aidan Meller Galley ( is Oxford’s longest established specialist gallery dealing in Modern, Contemporary and Old Master works.

Today we are joined by Aidan Meller, the Gallery Director, who with 20 years’ experience in the art business, works closely with private collectors, is often consulted by those who wish to begin, or further develop their collections, and is the creator of the Aidan Meller Art Prize, a valuable resource for the development of the arts.

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Feb 22, 2021

NASA’s Ingenuity helicopter on Mars phones home and is ‘working great’

Posted by in category: space


NASA mission control in Southern California received the first status report from Ingenuity late on Friday via the space-based Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter.

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Feb 22, 2021

Ghost Particle From Star Shredded

Posted by in categories: cosmology, particle physics

A team of scientists has detected the presence of a high-energy neutrino — a particularly elusive particle — in the wake of a star’s destruction as it is consumed by a black hole. This discovery, reported in the journal Nature Astronomy, sheds new light on the origins of Ultrahigh Energy Cosmic Rays — the highest energy particles in the Universe.

The work, which included researchers from more than two dozen institutions, including New York University and Germany’s DESY research center, focused on neutrinos — subatomic particles that are produced on Earth only in powerful accelerators.

Neutrinos — as well as the process of their creation — are hard to detect, making their discovery, along with that of Ultrahigh Energy Cosmic Rays (UHECRs), noteworthy.

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Feb 22, 2021

New smart glasses can treat myopia without a surgery

Posted by in category: biotech/medical


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