This Clothing Line Was Designed By AI
'Glitch' is a new company that sells dresses generated by machine learning algorithms.
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.
Civil War-Era Plant Medicines Could Help Fight Drug-Resistant Bacteria, Study Finds
Plant medicines from the Civil War likely saved lives at the time and could help fight stubborn bacteria today, scientists say.
A Computer Afflicted With 6 Infamous Viruses Has Passed $1 Million at Auction
The art project can be yours for a mere seven figures.
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.
Watching This YouTuber Restore Antiques Is Incredibly Satisfying
“I suffer from anxiety and have recently started watching your videos to relax. Its calming. Thank you,” one commenter wrote on YouTuber My Mechanics' video.
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.
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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The US Navy Wants Pilots to Report UFO Sightings
The Navy is drafting new guidelines for pilots and personnel to report unexplained encounters.
Lime e-Scooters Were Modified to Blare Sexual Messages at People
Vandals made the startup's e-scooters blare inappropriate things in an incident the company calls "not smart" and "not funny."
Scientists Discover 42,000-Year-Old Liquid Blood in Preserved Foal
The well-preserved condition of the animal is giving hope to researchers trying to clone extinct animals.
This YouTube Channel Streams AI-Generated Death Metal 24/7
Dadabots was developed by two music technologists who wanted to prove that a neural network was capable of capturing the subtle stylistic differences between Death Metal, Math Rock, and other lesser-known genres.