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  • Facebook may guess millions of people's sexuality to sell ads

    Facebook knows more about you than you might think. A study has for the first time revealed the scale of its data gathering, suggesting the social media company has deduced sensitive information about nearly three-quarters of all Facebook users based in the European Union, totalling 40 per cent o... Read article

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    Feb 17st, 2018
  • Quantum computer could have predicted Trump's surprise election

    Predicting the outcome of a general election is a challenge. But combining quantum computing with neural network technology could improve forecasts, according to a new study that used just such a network to model the 2016 US presidential elections. “Using this application is a way of demonstratin... Read article

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    Feb 17st, 2018
  • Face-recognition software is perfect – if you're a white man

    Joy Buolamwini at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology tested three commercially available face-recognition systems, created by Microsoft, IBM and the Chinese company Megvii. The systems correctly identified the gender of white men 99 per cent of the time. But the error rate rose for people ... Read article

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    Feb 14st, 2018
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    Lawyers from the social networking site contacted Pete Warden , an entrepreneur based in Boulder, Colorado, in February after he announced plans to release data he had collected from the public profiles of 210 million Facebook users. Read more on NewScientist.com Facebook may have lucked out that... Read article

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    Artist Odra Noel, who trained as a doctor, combines art and science in The Map of Health, where she draws the map of the world using the cellular structures of various human tissues (and how they relate to various diseases) to represent each continents. Link - via NewScientist North America strug... Read article

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    Since our launch in December 2006, PLoS ONE ’s articles have featured in the world’s media on a regular basis, with articles often being covered by the New York Times , the BBC News , New Scientist , Scientific American and the Economist , among many others. PLoS ONE papers also receive extens... Read article

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    christianitytoday.com Why Scientists Don't Like the Term 'God Particle' for the Higgs boson | Gleanings | ChristianityToday.com

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    Subscribe to IEET News Lists Daily News Feed On June 18 I joined a blue ribbon panel (via Google Hangout) on the topic of Reinventing Climate Management: Staring Down the Possibility of Geoengineering, led by scenario thinker Jamais Cascio, author of the book Hacking the Earth: Understanding Geoe... Read article

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    First published in the New Scientist 25 February 2012. I once hitched a lift from New York to London in the private jet of an American gas billionaire. Posted on Thursday, January 19th, 2012 This article was first published in the New Scientist print edition of 21 January 2012, and will appear on... Read article

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    plus.maths.org Exotic spheres, or why 4-dimensional space is a crazy place | plus.maths.org

    Perhaps after all, the fourth dimension is the right mathematical setting for the weird worlds of science fiction writers' imaginations. About the author Richard Elwes is a Visiting Fellow at the University of Leeds. He was the winner of the Plus New Writers Award 2006 and has since published art... Read article

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