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Elon Musk has been accused of promoting a long-debunked conspiracy theory which alleged high-profile Democrats ran a paedophile abuse ring from a Washington pizza restaurant.
A U.S. military Osprey aircraft crashed near an island off the coast of southern Japan, killing at least one person. CBS News' Elizabeth Palmer has more.
"We are whale hunting," banker Rosemary Vrablic wrote to Deustche Bank executives in a 2011 email, referring to efforts to bring in Trump business.
The billionaire said the advertising boycott could see X fail, but that it would not be his fault.
Popularity matters more than compatibility: Study uncovers bias in algorithms used by online dating platforms
A new study has found that algorithms used by online dating platforms have popularity bias—meaning that they recommend more popular, attractive users over less popular, less attractive users. Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University and the University of Washington published their
Decarbonization of the global economy will require the production of a large number of batteries for electric vehicles (EVs). However, these batteries require energy and an array of minerals to produce and are not without their own environmental impacts.
Mathematicians from RUDN University have proposed a new scheme for 5G networks that optimizes access to different network segments. The number of non-priority tasks awaiting the start of execution or interruption has halved, while the probability of disconnection for them
Ransomware attacks can paralyze organizations or entire countries by hacking into a network and encrypting critical data. The attackers then demand a ransom; if their demands aren't met, the data will not be decrypted and may be lost forever. Depending
The world’s first transatlantic flight with 100% sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) has been attacked as “greenwashing” by critics. The Tuesday trip from London to New York on a Vrigin Atlantic 787 has been celebrated by airlines and politicians as a
A team headed by Professor Dai Wen at the Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics, part of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, successfully realized borylation reactions...
Researchers have found that hunger hormones in the gut directly affect the brain’s hippocampus, influencing eating decisions. This discovery, made through a study on mice,...