Talking with dogs, decoding whale sounds and interpreting bird calls could all be possible in the coming years as artificial intelligence applications learn to translate different creatures' communications, animal researchers said.
Scientists have started using AI tools
So, in no particular order, here are 20 things that come to mind that are in various stages of being regulated, restricted or outright banned that the government has no business even being involved in.
- Wood stoves
A science paper published in MaterialsToday Chemistry reveals that cell phone signals can be used to release biological or chemical payloads from graphene oxide that's introduced into the human body. The paper, published in September of 2022,
If there’s one thing we learned from the pandemic, it’s that Big Pharma won’t let a good crisis go to waste. By inciting panic and restricting access to effective medicines, the FDA can turn a mild virus
This week, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced a $27 billion plan to link the north and south of the country by rail. When complete, the proposed high-speed rail line will run about 400 kilometers (250 miles) from
But the plaintiffs left out the Colorado Republican Committee.
“This is where the ACLJ comes in. It is the state party, not the Colorado secretary of state, that decides who the Republican nominees are going to be
Yesterday, an in-depth history of BPro/KNOWiNK was provided that shows these election systems are uncertified, Internet-connected, cloud-based, foreign-influenced, and used to illegally process election results.
Overnight, a GP reader provided a contract with KNOWiNK in Oregon. The
What were alleged to be 1,000-year-old “non-human alien corpses” were presented in glass display cases before the Mexican Congress Tuesday during its first hearing on UFOs.
“They are non-human beings that are not part of our terrestrial