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Food shortages in developing countries have always been difficult to monitor in real time. But mobile phone data is changing that, say demographers.
One of the last bastions of human mastery over computers is about to fall to the relentless onslaught of machine learning algorithms.
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If you have a question, you can ask Google or Bing or any number of online databases. Now robots have their own knowledge database
For encryption to be widely used, it must be built into attractive, easy-to-use apps like those people already rely on.
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If you’re searching for the perfect present for the physicist who has everything, how about a Lego kit for measuring one of the universe’s fundamental constants?
Head-mounted cameras reveal actions without showing the identity of the filmmaker. Now a new type of software can identify these filmmakers.
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