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Computer systems Are Learning to Read—But They’re *Peaceable* Now not So Dapper

In the fall of 2017, Sam Bowman, a computational linguist at New York University, figured that computers still weren’t very good at understanding the written word. Sure, they had become decent at simulating that understanding in certain narrow domains, like automatic translation or sentiment analysis (for example, determining if a sentence sounds “mean or nice,”…

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6 Handiest Digital camera Accessories for Android and iPhone (2019)

We’re living in a golden age of mobile photography. Every smartphone keynote kicks off with companies like Apple, Google, and Samsung trying desperately to one-up each other in a never-ending photographic arms race. The winner here is you, and me, and everyone else who leaves the house every day with a killer little camera in…

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Compact Swytch Kit converts any bike to an e-bike for sustainable transport By Bruce Brown Feeding off-world colonies: Leeks and tomatoes can be grown in Martian soil By Georgina Torbet Phone case with artificial skin enables new input gestures, may fuel nightmares By Aaron Mamiit Best new shows and movies to stream this week: Watchmen,…

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Hubble photos galactic visitor, interstellar comet 2I/Borisov

On 12 October 2019, the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope observed Comet 2I/Borisov at a distance of approximately 420 million kilometers from Earth. The comet is believed to have arrived here from another planetary system elsewhere in our galaxy. NASA, ESA, D. Jewitt (UCLA)Hubble has captured an image of a comet that is believed to have…