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A biotech company says implants of lab-made neurons introduced into the brains of 12 people with Parkinson’s disease appear to be safe and may have reduced symptoms for some of them.
20 days ago by PanzerDivision to /s/science from technologyreview.com
LyGenesis is about to grow new organs in a person for the first time
1 month ago by PanzerDivision to /s/technology from technologyreview.com
How tech companies got access to our tax data
2 months ago by PanzerDivision to /s/privacy from technologyreview.com
Deception, exploited workers, and cash handouts: How Worldcoin recruited its first half a million test users
2 months ago by [deleted] to /s/Surveillance from technologyreview.com
No access to banking? Let us scan your iris, face, breathing pattern in return for free "money"! This is the privacy nightmare that is the Worldcoin crypto scam, which is backed by dubious SiliconValley money.
3 months ago by PanzerDivision to /s/privacy from technologyreview.com
The first babies conceived with a sperm-injecting robot have been born
4 months ago by [deleted] to /s/technology from technologyreview.com
4 months ago by Drewski to /s/Transhumanism from technologyreview.com
Banning ChatGPT will do more harm than good
5 months ago by [deleted] to /s/Artificial_Intelligen from technologyreview.com
AI is dreaming up drugs that no one has ever seen. Now we've got to see if they work.
5 months ago by Drewski to /s/Artificial_Intelligen from technologyreview.com
Three ways AI chatbots are a security disaster
5 months ago by [deleted] to /s/Security from technologyreview.com
The internet is about to get a lot safer | MIT Technology Review
6 months ago by doginventer to /s/news from technologyreview.com
Scientists hacked a locust’s brain to sniff out human cancer
8 months ago by [deleted] to /s/technology from technologyreview.com
A startup says it’s begun releasing particles into the atmosphere, in an effort to tweak the climate
8 months ago by [deleted] to /s/ClimateChange from technologyreview.com
No sir, your tax dollars aren't doing any geoengineering here, it's all private money. Yep.
8 months ago by iamonlyoneman to /s/conspiracy from technologyreview.com
A Roomba recorded a woman on the toilet. How did screenshots end up on Facebook?
9 months ago by [deleted] to /s/privacy from technologyreview.com
Twitter may have lost more than a million users since Elon Musk took over
10 months ago by [deleted] to /s/Twitter from technologyreview.com
How do strong muscles keep your brain healthy?
11 months ago by [deleted] to /s/Health from technologyreview.com
The new version of DeepMind's AlphaZero AI discovered a faster way to do matrix multiplication, breaking a 50-year-old record in computer science
11 months ago by SoCo to /s/technology from technologyreview.com
Erik Prince wants to sell you a “secure” smartphone that’s too good to be true
1 year ago by [deleted] to /s/Security from technologyreview.com
A million-word novel got censored before it was even shared. Now Chinese users want answers.
1 year ago by iamonlyoneman to /s/censorship from technologyreview.com
Chatbots could one day replace search engines. Here’s why that’s a terrible idea.
1 year ago by [deleted] to /s/Internet from technologyreview.com
The FDA has narrowly backed Merck’s covid pill—but it’s not that effective
1 year ago by [deleted] to /s/VaccineSkepticism from technologyreview.com
A mouse embryo has been grown in an artificial womb—humans could be next
2 years ago by [deleted] to /s/technology from technologyreview.com
How to poison the data that Big Tech uses to surveil you
2 years ago by [deleted] to /s/Surveillance from technologyreview.com
MIT: 10 Breakthrough Technologies 2021 -#6-Green Hydrogen
2 years ago by Chop_Chop to /s/Hydrogen from technologyreview.com
The CDC ordered software that was meant to manage the vaccine rollout. Instead, it has been plagued by problems and abandoned by most states.
2 years ago by [deleted] to /s/Coronavirus from technologyreview.com
weird, unsettling photos show that ai is getting smarter
2 years ago by [deleted] to /s/whatever from technologyreview.com
This know-it-all AI learns by reading the entire web nonstop
3 years ago by [deleted] to /s/technology from technologyreview.com
EU’s intent to profit from the personal data it collects. Calls selling personal data a civic duty
3 years ago by Skuly to /s/Internet from technologyreview.com
A college kid’s fake, AI-generated blog fooled tens of thousands. This is how he made it.
3 years ago by [deleted] to /s/Internet from technologyreview.com
3 years ago by happysmash27 to /s/technology from technologyreview.com
Questionable “Young Blood” Transfusions Offered in U.S. as Anti-Aging Remedy
3 years ago by book-of-saturday to /s/conspiracy from technologyreview.com
"This company embeds microchips in its employees, and they love it" - This article literally has a picture of a guy wearing a watch, Right Next To his permanent implant, why!? They couldn't just put the chip in the watch?!
3 years ago by EndlessSunflowers to /s/conspiracy from technologyreview.com
Google is using AI to design chips that will accelerate AI
3 years ago by useless_aether to /s/technology from technologyreview.com
MIT TechReview trashes men - The “manosphere” is getting more toxic as angry men join the incels
3 years ago by ferret to /s/Incels from technologyreview.com
Ghost ships, crop circles, and soft gold: A GPS mystery in Shanghai
3 years ago by Mnemonic to /s/technology from technologyreview.com
China’s Government has Given Location-Tracking Watches to 17,000 Children
4 years ago by Stankmango to /s/Dystopia from technologyreview.com
A Full Life – A science-fiction story about America in the age of climate change
4 years ago by happysmash27 to /s/collapse from technologyreview.com
This new fabric will automatically cool you down when you get hot and sweaty
4 years ago by useless_aether to /s/science from technologyreview.com
No, scientists didn’t just “reverse time” with a quantum computer
4 years ago by Vigte to /s/technology from technologyreview.com
A quantum experiment suggests there’s no such thing as objective reality
4 years ago by SundogsPlace to /s/SundogsPlace from technologyreview.com
The hipster effect: Why anti-conformists always end up looking the sameWissenschaft
4 years ago by tansim to /s/deutsch from technologyreview.com
China’s CRISPR twins might have had their brains inadvertently enhanced ("inadvertently", uh huh... I told you so - I told everyone but oh no it's all "gene editing is good for humanity you conspiracy theorist!")
4 years ago by Vigte to /s/WorldNews from technologyreview.com
Once hailed as unhackable, blockchains are now getting hacked
4 years ago by useless_aether to /s/technology from technologyreview.com
Should a self-driving car kill the baby or the grandma? Depends on where you’re from.
4 years ago by Mnemonic to /s/technology from technologyreview.com
The smartphone app that can tell you’re depressed before you know it yourself
4 years ago by Vigte to /s/Health from technologyreview.com
A plan to advance AI by exploring the minds of children
5 years ago by Vigte to /s/technology from technologyreview.com
New deep learning technique solves Rubik's Cube without assistance
5 years ago by magnora7 to /s/MachineLearning from technologyreview.com
Geoengineering project planned for Tucson, AZ
5 years ago by i_cansmellthat to /s/conspiracy from technologyreview.com