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Omicron Data – another month away (technologyreview.com)
3 points by News-Dog 14 hours ago | past | 1 comment
Gene sleuths are tracking the coronavirus outbreak as it happens (technologyreview.com)
2 points by doener 23 hours ago | past | discuss
We won't know how bad omicron is for another month (technologyreview.com)
2 points by buu700 1 day ago | past | discuss
Scientists have dropped limits on how far human embryos are grown in the lab (technologyreview.com)
4 points by telotortium 1 day ago | past | 1 comment
The US crackdown on Chinese economic espionage is a mess (technologyreview.com)
2 points by throwaway4good 3 days ago | past | discuss
Facebook and Google fund global misinformation (technologyreview.com)
3 points by elorant 5 days ago | past | 1 comment
Scientist now believes Covid started in Wuhan’s wet market. Here’s why (technologyreview.com)
4 points by MarcScott 6 days ago | past | discuss
Where Computing Might Go Next (technologyreview.com)
2 points by allenleein 9 days ago | past | discuss
A new way to make quadratic equations easy (2019) (technologyreview.com)
104 points by jbredeche 10 days ago | past | 73 comments
How Facebook and Google fund global misinformation (technologyreview.com)
6 points by yarapavan 11 days ago | past | discuss
NSO was about to sell hacking tools to France. Now it’s in crisis (technologyreview.com)
8 points by hassanahmad 12 days ago | past | 2 comments
Facebook and Google fund global misinformation (technologyreview.com)
6 points by rbanffy 13 days ago | past | discuss
How Facebook and Google fund global misinformation (technologyreview.com)
2 points by RageoftheRobots 14 days ago | past | 3 comments
Facebook and Google fund global misinformation (technologyreview.com)
9 points by nobody9999 14 days ago | past | 4 comments
How Facebook and Google fund global misinformation (technologyreview.com)
19 points by RageoftheRobots 15 days ago | past | 4 comments
One scientist concluded Covid began with a spillover at Wuhan's wet market (technologyreview.com)
8 points by ofou 15 days ago | past
Brain implants could be the next computer mouse (technologyreview.com)
7 points by ofou 15 days ago | past
If You’re So Smart, Why Aren’t You Rich? (technologyreview.com)
47 points by galaxyLogic 16 days ago | past | 99 comments
How to Fight Hate Online (technologyreview.com)
2 points by rbanffy 17 days ago | past | 1 comment
MIT startup announces 256-qubit quantum computer (technologyreview.com)
13 points by dr_dshiv 17 days ago | past | 1 comment
An E. coli biocomputer solves a maze by sharing the work (technologyreview.com)
1 point by Amorymeltzer 18 days ago | past
DoD issuing AI ethics guidelines for contractors (technologyreview.com)
1 point by atlasunshrugged 18 days ago | past | 1 comment
The metaverse is the next venue for body dysmorphia online (technologyreview.com)
5 points by pseudolus 18 days ago | past
The metaverse is the next venue for body dysmorphia online (technologyreview.com)
4 points by geox 19 days ago | past
Ways Western companies are selling exploits, surveillance tech to NATO’s enemies (technologyreview.com)
3 points by etiam 20 days ago | past
China’s burned-out tech workers are fighting back against long hours (technologyreview.com)
9 points by RageoftheRobots 20 days ago | past | 1 comment
“I Was There When Facebook Put Profits over Safety” (technologyreview.com)
4 points by gigama 23 days ago | past | 2 comments
Google’s Long, Strange Life-Span Trip (2016) (technologyreview.com)
1 point by gone35 24 days ago | past
DeepMind’s AI predicts almost when and where it’s going to rain (technologyreview.com)
2 points by impish19 25 days ago | past
How cyber surveillance is booming on a global scale (technologyreview.com)
2 points by gigama 25 days ago | past | 1 comment

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