Google's DeepMind AI project apes human memory and programming skills
The mission of Google’s DeepMind Technologies startup is to “solve intelligence.” Now, researchers there have developed an artificial intell
How a 'weather bomb' shook the Earth – and why that's not an earthquake ...
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How We Could See The New 'Earth-Like' Planet Up Close
We need tiny spaceships. Lots of 'em.
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Free code is becoming the currency that buys goodwill from the community, talent, and bragging rights.
Hack This: How to Consult Google's Machine Learning Oracle
Artificial intelligence for the masses.
Barack Obama in a VR headset is still inherently funny
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Smaller, smarter, but maybe not much faster: The future of the CPU
Moore's Law won't apply for much longer. What happens next?
Having offended everyone else in the world, Linus Torvalds calls own law...
Time for a compendium of abuse
One in Five Genetics Papers Have Errors Caused by Microsoft Excel
Spreadsheet programs like Excel are creating issues when they reformat scientific data.
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With well-publicized employee perks and great...
This Weird Galaxy Is Actually 99.99 Percent Dark Matter
Astronomers have discovered a massive galaxy made almost entirely of dark matter. Called Dragonfly 44, the galaxy is basically 99.99 percent
Sixth-graders byte into technology with Chromebooks
Beginning this school year, all sixth-graders in the Wichita Falls ISD are getting their own Chromebooks to take home with them.
TheDPost.com - Mon students to get Google Chromebooks
Mon students to get Google Chromebooks- MORGANTOWN — Monongalia County Schools plans to have Google Chromebooks in the hands of all its stud
Apple's iOS 'Failure Rate' Is Higher Than Android's For First Time
But third-party apps don't appear to be reliable.