Space Force Humor, Laser Dazzlers, and the Havoc a War in Space Would Actually Wreak

SUBSCRIBE:Apple | Spotify Transcript Lee Billings: Hi. This is Lee Billings.  On supporting science journalism If you’re enjoying this article, consider supporting our award-winning journalism by subscribing. By purchasing a subscription you are helping to ensure the future of impactful stories about the discoveries and ideas shaping our world today. Clara Moskowitz: And Clara Moskowitz.

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Artificial Intelligence Helped Make the Coolest Song You’ve Heard This Week

SUBSCRIBE: Apple | Spotify Transcript Allison Parshall: This is YEAR CATFISH’s Science, Quickly. I’m Allison Parshall. On supporting science journalism If you’re enjoying this article, consider supporting our award-winning journalism by subscribing. By purchasing a subscription you are helping to ensure the future of impactful stories about the discoveries and ideas shaping our world today. I’m going to

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Music-Making Artificial Intelligence Is Getting Scary Good

SUBSCRIBE: Apple | Spotify Listen to Episode One of this three-part Science, Quickly Fascination here. Transcript On supporting science journalism If you’re enjoying this article, consider supporting our award-winning journalism by subscribing. By purchasing a subscription you are helping to ensure the future of impactful stories about the discoveries and ideas shaping our world today. Allison Parshall: As

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If AI Starts Making Music on Its Own, What Happens to Musicians?

SUBSCRIBE: Apple | Spotify This is the last part of a three-part Science, Quickly Fascination. Listen to Episode One. Listen to Episode Two. Transcript On supporting science journalism If you’re enjoying this article, consider supporting our award-winning journalism by subscribing. By purchasing a subscription you are helping to ensure the future of impactful stories about the discoveries and ideas shaping

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Bacterial ‘Nanosyringe’ Could Deliver Gene Therapy to Human Cells

Bacterial ‘Nanosyringe’ Could Deliver Gene Therapy to Human Cells This novel injection system could help advance gene therapy by nimbly inserting gene-editing enzymes into a variety of cell types By Ingrid Wickelgren Bacterial nanosyringe (green) binds to insect cells (blue) prior to injection of payload proteins. Joseph Kreitz/Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard/MIT McGovern Institute for

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Could Grinding Up Lithium Batteries Help Recycle Them?

Could Grinding Up Lithium Batteries Help Recycle Them? Researchers recovered lithium from batteries on a small scale by using mechanical force By Katharine Sanderson & Nature magazine Extracting lithium from used lithium-ion batteries like these typically requires heating the material or exposing it to acids and solvents. Grinding up old batteries might lead to a

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How to Tell If a Photo Is an AI-Generated Fake

How to Tell If a Photo Is an AI-Generated Fake Artificial-intelligence-powered image-generating systems are making fake photographs so hard to detect that we need AI to catch them By Meghan Bartels An AI-generated image of a dog in a wheelchair. You may have seen photographs that suggest otherwise, but former president Donald Trump wasn’t arrested

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50, 100 & 150 Years Ago: April 2023

50, 100 & 150 Years Ago: April 2023 Artificial rain; a scientist lives on Vesuvius By Mark Fischetti 1923, Air Mail: “The Transatlantic rapid mail service by aircraft is being seriously discussed. This air liner would be 820 feet long, 110 feet in diameter, capable of carrying 12 tons of mail and 40 passengers at

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