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A time-lapse video taken at the summit of Mauna Kea shows a white orb spreading out and forming a spiral as it moves across the sky. ...
Erik Peterson is stepping down as president and chief executive
Travis McFeron is now president and chief executive officer of Peterson Structural
An artificial intelligence program may enable
Quasiparticles -- long-lived particle-like excitations -- are a cornerstone of quantum
Scientists have discovered the first gamma-ray
In a new breakthrough, researchers have solved a problem that has
A giant diffuse tail of stars has been
Scientists are working to understand the cause and how the events of the LPME unfolded by focusing on mercury from Siberian volcanoes that ended up in sediments in Australia and South Africa. <!-- more --> ...
In an observational feat of high precision,
A Google engineer said he and his wife stared at each other in “disbelief” upon learning on Friday they’d both been laid off by the company. Ashish Kalsi, an associate principal of global engagement on Google’s trust and safety team,
Mumbai HC temporarily restrains Air India from making salary cutsAir India Engineering Services and Air ...
Air India employees living at its Mumbai staff quarters breathed a sigh of relief on Friday after the city’s High Court passed an order temporarily restraining the airline from making deductions to their salaries. “As the time is sought on behalf of the Air
ChatGPT creator OpenAI might be training its AI technology to replace some software engineers, report says
OpenAI might be training its AI to replace some software engineers. Maskot/Getty OpenAI has quietly hired hundreds of international contractors to help train its AI tech, according to Semafor. Some are teaching software engineering to AI, potentially paving
Breast cancer is most common in women older than 50, but screenings in younger women can help with early detection. Jecapix/Getty Images Peloton instructor Leanne Hainsby said she was diagnosed with breast cancer at age 35. She wrote on Instagram that she
Modern Marvel In the global effort to disincentivize emissions-heavy automobile use, no one is doing it quite like the Dutch. The city of Amsterdam just unveiled a truly remarkable underwater parking garage for the city's many cyclers, making it easier than
(credit: Robert Trevis-Smith) It's pretty easy to link humans' intelligence to our success as a species. Things like agriculture, building cities, and surviving in harsh environments require a large collection of mental skills, from good memory to