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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.

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NASA is building robots that can climb Mars, including an 'ice worm'

By Chris Ciaccia

NASA is no stranger to building robots, having created ones that are currently exploring Mars, traveling to the International Space Station and ones that look like inflatable "aliens."

NASA is building robots that can climb Mars, including an 'ice worm'

By Chris Ciaccia

NASA is no stranger to building robots, having created ones that are currently exploring Mars, traveling to the International Space Station and ones that look like inflatable "aliens."

Alternate social media site rolls out new technique to squash extremist content without violating First Amendment

By Hollie McKay

As prominent social media platforms from Facebook to Twitter to YouTube wrestle with how to stop jihadists, neo-Nazis and other extremists from disseminating their dangerous content online – without infringing on one’s constitutional rights – a somewhat less-known but slowly growing platform has just rolled out a new system that they believe strikes the ever-challenging balance.

How Stanley Kubrickβ€˜s '2001: A Space Odyssey' predicted the iPad

By Brooke Crothers

Stanley Kubrick’s classic 1968 movie “2001: A Space Odyssey” offered a glimpse of an iPad-style device more than 40 years before Apple launched the wildly popular tablet. 

'Excessive' student smartphone use linked to more sexual partners, research says

By James Rogers

‘Excessive’ use of smartphones by college students is linked to poorer grades, alcohol misuse and more sexual partners, according to a new study.

Facebook cryptocurrency, life-saving smartphones and more: Tech Q&A

By Kim Komando

Please help me solve a debate. I say my smart TV can get bit by malware and viruses. My buddy says I am a dope. Who’s right? A six-pack is riding on your answer!

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