"The assessment is based on terrorist interrogations and the police’s investigation of the incident, among other things, which reveal that the terrorists intended to infiltrate Re’im and other kibbutzim near the Gaza border....
AI can generate clear, concise text—but people still need to learn how to write
Supercapacitors are charged like a battery but release their energy more rapidly – and some of their components can now be built from old plastic bottles
Physicists are on an ever urgent quest to find a fuller understanding of what makes the cosmos tick, which they call a theory of everything
Researchers have mapped how clusters of nerve cells in the brain connect to regulate wakefulness, which could open doors to new treatments for people in comas
I asked Google Bard whether it thought Web Environment Integrity was a good or bad idea. Surprisingly, not only did it respond that it was a bad idea, it even went on to urge Google to drop the proposal.
The strict time limits China imposed on how long under-18s can spend playing video games had no effect on heavy gaming generally, according to a study of 7 billion hours of playing time
Ancient faeces contains the first evidence that terrestrial vertebrates living during the Late Triassic epoch hosted multiple parasites
Research shows that heart attacks are becoming more prevalent among adults younger than 50—and the outcomes are worse for women. The good news is we know how to prevent them.
Archaeologists previously believed the Tibetan plateau was one of the last places to be settled by humans or hominins – over the past couple of decades that notion has been slowly but comprehensively blown apart
Scientists have created an "unknome" of proteins encoded by human genes, whose existence is known but whose functions are mostly not
The latest result is set to fuel optimism that progress is being made towards the dream of limitless, zero-carbon power.
An AI that analyses live video from California’s statewide wildfire detection system could speedily focus human attention on possible wildfires
Move comes in response to Canadian legislation requiring internet giants to pay news publishers...
An expert on aging thinks humans could live to be 1,000 years old—with a few tweaks to our genetic “software”
After a Times report, the bureau canceled its contract with a government contractor that used the tool on its behalf. But questions remain.
As AI-generated content fills the Internet, it’s corrupting the training data for models to come. What happens when AI eats itself?
The former president’s legal team reportedly arrived at the office of Jack Smith, the special counsel leading the inquiry.