Rob Dozier

Artificial Intelligence

This Clothing Line Was Designed By AI

'Glitch' is a new company that sells dresses generated by machine learning algorithms.
Rob Dozier

These 'Stargate' Fans Spent 10 Years and $60K Building a Replica of an Atlantis Gate

Les Enfants de Mac Gyver worked together to build a 19-foot replica of a gate from 'Stargate Atlantis.' And now, they’re building another one.
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Teen Finds Second Mastodon Fossil on Iowa Farm in 30 Years

The owners of the property want to keep their identities and location hidden for fear of fossil hunters.
Rob Dozier

America Has the Most Climate Deniers In the West, Survey Finds

America's climate denial was only topped by Saudi Arabia and Indonesia, according to a YouGov survey.
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data storage

Scientists Stored This Famous Japanese Painting in Protein Molecules

According to researchers, using this method, the entire contents of the New York Public Library could be stored within a teaspoon of protein molecules.
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This YouTuber Built a Working PC Out of Pasta

“This has been a very long project that I’m mildly proud of,” said Micah Laplante.
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Netflix's ‘Love, Death, and Robots’ Is Everything ‘Black Mirror’ Isn’t

David Fincher's new series favors visual style and ridiculous concepts over Black Mirror's critical societal commentary.
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NASA Is Offering $18,500 to Lie in Bed for 60 Days

The unique study by NASA, the ESA, and the German Aerospace Center will test the effects of artificial gravity on the bodies of astronauts in space.
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Why Did YouTube Mass Recommend That People Watch News Footage of the 9/11 Attacks?

Thousands of people say that a years-old CNN news feed from the morning of the September 11th attacks has been resurfaced by YouTube's recommendation algorithm.
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This Japanese Director's Short Film Imagines the Terrifying, AI-Fueled Future of Work

In Keiichi Matsuda's short film, a hapless worker competes with AI in a future where humans have been proven to be less efficient than machines.
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