Self-healing robot recovers from being stabbed then walks off
Perhaps It Is A Bad Thing That The World’s Leading AI Companies Cannot Control Their AIs
“seems very unlikely that the human brain uses back propagation to learn”
The banality of ChatGPT: Passing the Turing test turns out to be boring
Stop saying “They shouldn’t have invested more than they could afford to lose”
The Hiring Process: Should The Bachelors Degree Maintain Its Required Status?
F-150 Lightning Range Complaints Growing, Particularly in Cold Weather
The Tandy Zoomer — The x86 PDA before the Palm Pilot: A 1992 handheld, with multitasking, that could access AOL.
World Large Submarine Drones Compared, Including Royal Navy Cetus
Christopher Nolan on recreating the first-ever nuclear weapon detonation without the use of computer graphics
On 26 September 1983, the world was saved from potential nuclear disaster by Stanislav Petrov.
The Myth of a Nuclear Armageddon
Surprise! Snakes Have Clitorises
the insane Hallucigenia
Are Technologies Inevitable? On Path Dependency
The Great Geomagnetic Storm of May 1921
The Earthquake Effect: Bridging the Faults – The catastrophic fall and slow rise of the Bay Bridge after Loma Prieta
Niland Geyser—the world’s only moving mud “volcano”
Scientists thought they knew what was killing Gulf corals. Now they aren’t so sure.
Mutant crayfish clones take over cemetery after aquarium escape
The Spare Tire Windshield Washer System in Old Volkswagens Is Both Ridiculous and Clever
Tiny brain no obstacle to French civil servant