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Composed of bones of various dodo specimens found on the bird's past home of Mauritius, in the Indian Ocean, the skeleton being sold at Christie's London was assembled in the 19th century.
Cooking on a gas grill is more convenient than cooking with charcoal. It’s also a lot less special.
A gas grill rules. But the real debate should be whether charcoal is necessary at all...
More than 2,000 pre-schools in China use robots which take photos of children's hands to spot signs of illness and slow the spread of illnesses, but experts in the UK are sceptical.
Airbnb agreed to turn over information on 17,000 residences, so city officials can look for signs of illegal short-term rentals.
Transit agencies and nonprofits are teaming up to expand access to parks and recreation areas.
One good thing about the streaming wars? The return of '80s-style adventure flicks.
Trump’s former campaign guru said he would unite Europe’s nationalists and show them how to fight Big Tech. Instead, they’ve dismissed Bannon, embraced Big Tech—and are poised to expand their ranks in Parliament.
The team of scientists, from France's Aix-Marseille Université, made the extraordinary discovery - comprising of 388 samples - in South America's Atacama Desert.
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As if the world of deep-faked pictures and video wasn't scary enough, researchers from Samsung's AI center in Moscow have demonstrated an algorithm that can fabricate videos using only one image.
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A surprising new video shows off just how advanced robo-dogs have become, as the 'HyQReal' can be seen dragging an airplane that weighs a whopping 3 tons across the Geneva Airport in Italy.
University of Exeter scientists studied insects to see if age affected their appeal - and found younger males have a harder time enticing females back to their burrows.
Psychiatrist Professor Marco Catani, of Kings College London, reviewed extensive tales and anecdotes about his life and behaviour before he made his conclusion.
In a demonstration a new algorithm developed by Nvidia -- a project that is aptly dubbed 'Petswap' -- shows how an AI can take the concept of an animal and extrapolate to envision other animals.
By invoking the Espionage Act against Julian Assange, the Justice Department will effectively put national security journalism on trial.
Facebook’s latest report lays out the sheer scale of its battle against fake accounts, spam, and other abuses.
James Smalley, an engineer at Upstate NY-based machining firm PMI Industries, is accused of falsifying at least 38 inspection reports for parts used by Elon Musk's rocket company.
Aurora is buying Blackmore, whose “Doppler lidar” system can determine how far away an object it, and its speed.