Daily Archives: November 2, 2017

NASA’s Next Mars Rover Is Going to Be Seriously Badass

Artist’s conceptual image of the 2020 rover. (Image: NASA/JPL/Caltech) Should all go according to plan, NASA will launch its next Martian rover in July 2020. The robotic probe is still under construction, but early signs are that the next-gen rover … Continue reading

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Massive Government Report Says Climate Is Warming And Humans Are The Cause

The U.S. government’s most comprehensive climate report to date is at odds with the statements made by President Trump and his Cabinet. (Image credit: Spencer Platt/Getty Images) from NPR Topics: News http://ift.tt/2xPguRb via IFTTT

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Trump Is Expected to Cut the Government’s $7,500 Electric Car Subsidy

Stanford professor Mark Jacobson has sued a prominent energy researcher and the National Academy of Sciences for defamation over a sharply-worded rebuttal of his work, shifting a heated scientific debate over renewable energy out of the journals and into the … Continue reading

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TripAdvisor Deleted Reviews Warning Of Rape, Assault, Users Tell ‘Journal Sentinel’

More than a dozen tourists have told the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel that posts about attacks at Mexican resorts were deleted. In one case, warnings about the same resort — years apart — were pulled. (Image credit: Daniel Slim/AFP/Getty Images) from … Continue reading

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Ford expands its $500 monthly subscription car service to LA

The car subscription service Canvas is expanding from its founding city, San Francisco, down south to Los Angeles. It’s the first new area for the company, which was bought by Ford late last year. We’re in TechCrunch this morning! Check … Continue reading

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MIT students trick an AI into classifying this turtle as a gun

We’re relying increasingly on AI to be able to detect things, from exotic states of matter to recognizing specific faces, but how easy is it to fool these mechanisms? That’s what researchers wanted to find out. A group of students … Continue reading

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