Clearview AI, which contracts with law enforcement after reportedly scraping 3 billion images from the web, now says someone got “unauthorized access” to its list of customers.
Researchers believe a centuries-old religious community may be able to shine a light on how we can best treat disorders like depression.
«For religious reasons, the Amish marry only within their community, so as that original population has expanded to 40,000 in the present day, the genetic variation within the population remains primarily derived from the original 400 founders.»
The coronavirus pandemic is a devastating mass trauma—but some people with anxiety and depression have seen their symptoms improve.
We’re still waiting on the metaverse to arrive—at least in the way it was promised. That hasn’t stopped companies from pondering new ways to expand on it.
A concept called “quantum entanglement” suggests the fabric of the universe is more interconnected than we think. And it also suggests we have the wrong idea about reality.
This secretive tribe in southern Ethiopia plays on tourists and their eagerness to be deceived.
Democrats can get his taxes. The Trump Organization is careening toward a fraud trial. The FBI might get the upper hand. And Donald Trump could get taken down like Bill Cosby.
Netflix recruited a small army of journalists—mostly women and people of color—to run Tudum. Months later, the streamer axed them with just two weeks’ pay—so they’re fighting back.
A 10-year adaptation of the Harry Potter books is officially ordered to series at the newly branded Max, with Rowling on board. Fans, surprisingly, are not thrilled over the news.
For many, virtual reality might provide sorely needed mental health relief. That is, if it can shake its reputation as a tech gimmick.
The Pennsylvania Democrat’s social media feeds have become increasingly peppered with homemade memes aimed at his Republican opponent, Dr. Mehmet Oz.
We’re already dumping a ton of trash on Mars—and we haven’t even set foot on it yet.
Heavy drinking days dropped by a whopping 83 percent after treatment.
“Everybody dreams of winning money, but nobody realizes the nightmares that come out of the woodwork,” lamented one jackpot winner whose own brother hired a hitman to kill him.
The surveillance state has come for Winnie the Pooh.
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