Watching AI Slowly Forget a Human Face Is Incredibly Creepy
This time lapse of a neural network with the neurons slowly switching off is a haunting experiment in machine learning.
Wasps Are Capable of Basic Logical Reasoning, Study Finds
Paper wasps are the first known insects to perform a key form of deductive logic called transitive inference.
The Conspiracy Behind 'Three Identical Strangers' Is Beyond Messed Up
The triplets from the film spoke with VICE about the shadowy reason they were separated at birth.
Here’s How Much ‘Real News’ You Can Get from Celebrity Twitter Alone
In a week when Donald J. Trump officially became leader of the free world, I restricted my media diet exclusively to celeb tweets. This is what I learned.
I Drank My Friend's Breast Milk Every Day for a Week
It didn't feel right to steal from a baby.
What Do You Do When Your Family Was the Victim of CIA Mind-Control Experiments?
Visual artist Sarah-Anne Johnson's ongoing series explores how psychological torture impacted her matriarchal family.
The Artist Who Drew Himself on Drugs Is Actually Way More Experimental
Torture, silence, love, and drugs are just a few of the mediums Bryan Lewis Saunders works with.
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A New Drug Could Reduce the Effects of Alzheimer's by 30 Percent
An 18-month study of an antibody called solanezumab suggests that the drug could help more people who suffer from the disease live a longer life.
Stop-Motion Animation: Now, in Virtual Reality
Up next, virtual cheese in a near-field 'Wallace & Gromit.'
Will LA's $15 Minimum Wage Really Lead to Better Lives for Workers?
The wage increase is a major step for America's second-largest city, but it's not clear that that will actually make LA more affordable.
A New Test Can Tell from Your Fingerprints if You've Done Cocaine
Researchers at the University of Surrey have worked out a way to differentiate between people who have ingested cocaine and people who've merely touched it.
Fossilized Books Make Beautiful Sculptures
Hawaii-based artist Jacqueline Rush Lee uses "book alchemy" to transform everything from encyclopedias to novels into beautiful works of art.