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“Eventually, the Americans would find them. But by then it would be too late.”
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Fighting the pandemic isn’t only about vaccines and drugs. It’s about understanding how viruses mutate and change inside us, and among us.
AI programs that analyze language have difficulty gauging context. Words such as “black,” “white,” and “attack" can have different meanings.
The transparency group DDoSecrets says it will make the 70GB of passwords, private posts, and more available to researchers, journalists, and social scientists.
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Cross-border teams of scientists need to collaborate on climate models, even as their countries’ militaries clash.
Yes, it's possible. And yes, it's been done before
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A British company is seeding genetically modified flies with human tumors, giving patients their own personal drug trials.
Two new studies are being hailed as proof that vaccinated people can doff masks and pod-hop worry-free. But not so fast.
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Meet Kevin Blatt, the celebrity fixer who’s a master at shepherding compromising material off the internet—or into the hands of the highest bidder.
As desperation builds for access to a limited vaccine supply, internet charlatans have escalated in kind, offering shipments of doses in Facebook groups and Telegram chats.
The unprecedented fires consuming the world are not one-off events. They're a sign we've entered a unique period in human history.
Call it the Age of Flames:
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