The final two shows of the streaming service’s Marvel partnership got the axe.
Neil Burnell’s photographs of Wistman’s Wood in Devon, England evoke comparisons to ‘Star Wars’ and ‘The Lord of the Rings’.
The VR-1, from Finnish company Varjo, isn’t exactly chump change, but its resolution is so high that companies in multiple industries await it eagerly.
The National Weather Service will soon introduce a new forecasting model, but meteorologists are saying it’s worse than its predecessor.
We know you would never leave your child unattended in the car. But if you did, this seat would tell you—over and over again.
We should not be creating conscious, humanoid agents but an entirely new sort of entity, rather like oracles, with no conscience, no fear of death, no distracting loves and hates.
The assumption goes that lab-grown meat will drastically reduce emissions of beef production. But you know what they say about assumptions…
A new ranking of nation-state hacker speed puts Russia on top by a span of hours.
Nuking a grape produces sparks of plasma, as plenty of YouTube videos document. Now physicists think they can explain how that energy builds up.
Sharks are renowned for their wound healing, lifespans of 70-odd years, and low rates of cancer. Their genes could reveal their superpowers.
That’s the rumor. It sounds possible—but also kinda hokey.
from Wired https://www.wired.com/story/cantina-talk-79
Corny? Maybe. But sharing our characters’ journey in games like Kingdom Hearts 3 is prelude to a world in which virtual and real inextricably coexist.
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With $60 and a few fake Facebook accounts, researchers were able to identify service members in a military exercise, track their movement, and even persuade them to disobey orders.
It used to make sense to believe something until it was debunked; now, it makes sense to assume certain claims are fake—unless they are verified.
Virtual assistants do their jobs better thanks to Wikidata, which aims to (eventually) represent everything in the universe in a way computers can understand.