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Facebook unveiled the redesign of its desktop for all its users which includes the Dark Mode function

Welcome to the DARK side! Facebook rolls out desktop redesign with Dark Mode

Welcome to the DARK side! Facebook rolls out desktop redesign for all users that includes Dark Mode Facebook rolled out an updated version of the desktop site to a select few in January Now the company is making the redesign available to all of its users Update includes Dark Mode to improve screen viewing It …

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Researchers discovered tubby creature near Cocoa Beach pizzeria with record case of constipation - an unbeatable globe of feces made up 80% of its body

Constipated lizard found with poop making up 80 PERCENT of its body mass through its fatty diet

A swollen and constipated lizard that lived near a pizzeria is found with poop representing 80% of its body mass thanks to its fatty diet Lizard with belly the size of a golf ball has been discovered in Florida He was eating insects covered with grease-soaked sand near a pizzeria The lizard was constipated with …

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Clearview has accumulated a database of over 3 billion photos from sites like Facebook, YouTube, Twitter and even Venmo, which its owner AI analyzes to try to match people in photos uploaded by their customers

Controversial Clearview AI facial recognition company pledges to stop selling technology to private companies

Clearview AI, controversial facial recognition company, announces it will stop selling technology to private companies after violent reaction and class action Court documents suggest Clearview will stop selling software to private entities He will continue his contract with governments and law enforcement The move did little to appease public defenders like the ACLU By James …

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YouTube ended a conference on female sex technology after just four minutes of streaming. Platform blamed self-moderation functionality (stock)

YouTube accuses suppression of live female sex technology conference on moderation algorithm

YouTube blames abrupt termination of live female sex technology conference on moderation algorithm and lack of human oversight Women’s Sex Technology Conference Banned After Just Four Minutes of Streaming YouTube says it was due to lack of human moderators spurred by coronavirus The conference would have been banned by YouTube’s moderation algorithm How to Help …

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As the first humans prepare for the mission to Mars, experts warn that protocols must be created to prevent extraterrestrial pollutants from hitchhiking on spacecraft and astronauts when they return home.

Expert calls for protocols to prevent foreign viruses from infecting Earth after humans travel to Mars

It may sound like a plot from a sci-fi movie, but NASA and scientists are concerned about the foreign viruses contaminating the Earth. As first humans prepare for mission to Mars, experts warn that protocols are needed to prevent extraterrestrial pollutants from hitchhiking on spacecraft and astronauts when they return home from the planet red. …

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A team of engineers from North Carolina State University has developed a small `` soft

Researchers build world’s fastest “soft” robot, THREE TIMES faster than last record holder

Researchers are building the world’s fastest “soft” robot, which can travel more than THREE times faster than the previous record holder using movements that mimic a cheetah North Carolina State University researchers built a new “soft” robot using silicone bands to mimic a cheetah’s gait It is only 2.7 inches long but travels almost three …

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Boston Dynamics robot dog deployed to Singapore to remind people to keep a safe distance

Boston Dynamics robot dog deployed to Singapore to remind people to keep a safe distance

Boston Dynamics’ robotic “ dog ” deployed in Singapore parks to tell people to keep a safe distance – while its cameras record the number of people in public spaces Boston Dynamics ‘Spot’ Four-Legged Robot Patrols Singapore Parks The bot reads the recorded messages and estimates the number of people He has been in the …

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Researchers asked more than 1,600 people how they had adapted to working from home, and a third said they were more productive than at the office. Respondents reported that they now have better control over their time and the amount of work done

Homework Boosts Productivity, Survey Finds

Homework Boosts Productivity, Survey Finds One-Third of People Believe Improved Performance When Teleworking with Coronavirus Millions of Americans work from home amid the coronavirus pandemic Survey finds many say more productive since change Those who feel isolated or rely on others to do their jobs are less productive How to Help People Affected by Covid-19 …

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Small aquatic insects called caddy flies have been observed building long artificial shells using microplastics collected from river beds.

Mysterious underwater insect uses microplastics to build protective microstructures itself

Revealed: Caddis flies use plastic waste from their environment to build shells, but the new protective layer makes it easier for predators to attack mysterious underwater insects Caddis flies are small insects that live on riverbeds and pond bottoms Scientists have discovered that they built narrow shells with plastic waste Plastic shells were weaker than …

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The human brain uses dreams to replay recent events and help form memories - and experts have first glimpse of this process in action, study finds

Human brains use dreams to replay recent events and help form memories, study finds

The human brain uses dreams to replay recent events and help form memories – and experts have had the first glimpse of this process in action, one study reported. When we sleep, our brains replay the firing patterns that our neurons underwent when awake – a process that experts call “replay offline”. Offline rereading is …

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Pangolins - animals accused of first transmitting bat coronavirus to humans - may be immune to deadly disease, study finds

Pangolins Blamed For Transmitting Bats Coronavirus To Humans Could Be IMMUNE

Exotic animals known as “ pangolins ” who have been accused of first transmitting bat coronavirus to humans could be immune to the deadly disease, study finds Pangolins lack virus-detecting genes that normally trigger an immune response This means that they can carry the virus without necessarily suffering from it However, researchers do not know …

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Survey found that more than a third of people (37%) who hoped to have a child soon suspended plans due to the pandemic (stock)

Baby bust: coronavirus lockout prevents people from having children

Baby bust: coronavirus lockout discourages people from having children rather than leading to expected baby boom, study finds A third of people planning to have a baby postponed their parenting plan Fifty-eight percent of people cited reason as a concern for future money However, the study also found little impact on the amount of sexual …

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