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Step one: Gently suck up the bumblebees with a special vacuum. Step two: Place them in the fridge to chill until they’re immobilized. Step three: Remove bees and superglue a sort of tiny, simplified QR code on their backs. Superglue what, you say? Yes, QR codes—a pretty significant upgrade for...
Image: genpact By Mashable Brand X2018-04-23 02:36:11 UTC Despite the pop culture fiction that artificial intelligence is a far-away puzzle just waiting to be unlocked, the truth is that AI is already a tool that most use often, some of us even every day.  Just think about it: every time you stop...
This story originally appeared on CityLab and is part of the Climate Desk collaboration. In Russia, buildings are sagging and crumbling. In Greenland, a wildfire broke out last year. And in Alaska, entire villages may be relocated because the land upon which they’re built is no long trustworthy. All across the North, the very ground...
Twitter is testing end-to-end encrypted direct messaging. Image: mashable/lili sams By Johnny Lieu2018-05-08 03:24:22 UTC With the proliferation of secure messaging apps out there, Twitter is set to join in on the action. The company is seemingly testing end-to-end encrypted direct messaging in the Android version of its app, as spotted by computer...
(Credit: Everett Collection/Shutterstock) From freezing showers to ingesting prickly pear to smoking joints, everyone has a home remedy for alcohol’s notorious afterglow: the hangover. Mongolian men swear by pickled sheep eyes, ancient Egyptians wore necklaces of Alexandrian laurel, and one 17th century English physician even sold a hangover “cure” made...
(Credit: thunderbrush) Researchers at MIT have created a psychopath. They call him Norman. He’s a computer. Actually, that’s not really right. Though the team calls Norman a psychopath (and the chilling lead graphic on their homepage certainly backs that up), what they’ve really created is a monster. Tell Us What You See Norman...
(Credit: SpeedKingz/Shutterstock) The brain is an enormously complex thing. Trying to suss out the genetic overlap of the disorders that strike it is perhaps even more complicated. Still, the Brainstorm Consortium, a collaboration of researchers from Harvard, Stanford and MIT, is aiming to do just that. A new study put...
It’s been hard to miss the scooter startup wars opening fresh, techno-fueled rifts in Valley society in recent months. Another flavor of ride-sharing steed which sprouted seemingly overnight to clutter up sidewalks — drawing rapid-fire ire from city regulators apparently far more forgiving of traffic congestion if it’s delivered...
Elon Musk and SpaceX are working to rescue Thai soccer team trapped in cave. Image: Joshua Lott/Getty Images By Nicole Gallucci2018-07-07 22:07:59 UTC Elon Musk is coming to the rescue. The tech leader, along with SpaceX and Boring Company engineers, have been working with cave experts in Thailand to rescue the boys' soccer...
Discover photo editor Ernie Mastroianni photographed the total solar eclipse as seen from Glendo State Park in Wyoming on Aug. 21, 2017. Day turning to dusk in the span of minutes, sunsets all around, a jewel-bright ring in the sky where the sun once stood — an eclipse is an...

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