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Today β€” July 17th 2019Your RSS feeds

AOC, Sanders demand probe of Amazon's 'grueling, unsafe' workplace conditions

By Christopher Carbone

New York Democratic Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, along with a group of other lawmakers, have demanded that the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) investigate the workplace conditions of Amazon.

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Rubik's Cube solved by deep learning algorithm in fraction of a second

By Christopher Carbone

Artificial intelligence, which may at some point automate your job and can already defeat professionals in six-player poker, is now able to solve Rubik's Cube faster than any human.

Twitter's Jack Dorsey maxes out donations to Tulsi Gabbard, Democratic presidential candidate

By Christopher Carbone

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey has donated thousands of dollars to U.S. Representative and presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard, according to Federal Election Commission records.

Facebook says cryptocurrency Libra won't happen without 'full government approval' amid broad resistance

By Christopher Carbone

Amid growing bipartisan resistance to its proposed digital coin, Facebook will tell lawmakers that it won't move forward with its Libra cryptocurrency without full government approval and regulatory oversight.

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E.P.A. Plans to Curtail the Ability of Communities to Oppose Pollution Permits

By Coral Davenport

The agency is preparing to weaken rules that, for a quarter-century, have given communities a voice in deciding how much industrial pollution may legally be released nearby.

Apollo 11: Queen's historic message to the astronauts on show to mark 50th anniversary

By Christopher Carbone

Fifty years ago this week, on the eve of the historic Apollo 11 launch, world leaders were invited by NASA to send messages to the Moon.

Apollo 11: Queen's historic message to the astronauts on show to mark 50th anniversary

By Christopher Carbone

Fifty years ago this week, on the eve of the historic Apollo 11 launch, world leaders were invited by NASA to send messages to the Moon.

E.P.A. Plans to Curtail the Ability of Communities to Oppose Pollution Permits

By Coral Davenport

The agency is preparing to weaken rules that, for a quarter-century, have given communities a voice in deciding how much industrial pollution may legally be released nearby.

E.P.A. Plans to Curtail the Ability of Communities to Oppose Pollution Permits

By Coral Davenport

The agency is preparing to weaken rules that, for a quarter-century, have given communities a voice in deciding how much industrial pollution may legally be released nearby.

Facebook’s β€˜superhuman’ AI becomes first to defeat pros in six-player poker

By Christopher Carbone

An artificial intelligence bot developed by Facebook defeated professionals in six-player Hold'em, marking the first time AI has beaten human experts in a complex game with more than two players or teams.

OK Google, are you listening? Tech giant's smart speakers eavesdrop on private conversations, investigation finds

By Christopher Carbone

Google's smart speakers allow contractors for the tech giant employees to listen to excerpts of private conversations, some which could include sensitive information, according to a new investigation from a Belgian public broadcaster.

Scientists may have found one of the oldest Christian churches in the world

By Christopher Carbone

Scientists may have discovered one of the oldest Christian churches in the world by using muon radiography to scan a mysterious subterranean building located in the ancient Russian city of Derbent on the Caspian Sea.

Scientists may have found one of the oldest Christian churches in the world

By Christopher Carbone

Scientists may have discovered one of the oldest Christian churches in the world by using muon radiography to scan a mysterious subterranean building located in the ancient Russian city of Derbent on the Caspian Sea.

Carbon Capture, Utilisation and Storage (CCUS): Time to inject a new sense of urgency?

By Daniel Perreault, Michael Ball

The European Commission unveiled its 2050 climate strategy on November 28th, saying the transition to “a climate neutral economy” with net-zero emissions by mid-century will be positive for the economy, despite the significant additional investments it will require.

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