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U.S. Is Reportedly Using AI to Decide Where to Drop Bombs

If you’ve been wondering when our military would start deploying artificial intelligence on the battlefield, the answer is that it appears to be already happening. The Pentagon has been using computer vision algorithms to help identify targets for airstrikes, according to a report from Bloomberg News. Just recently,…

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New molecules, inspired by space shuttles, advance lipid nanoparticle delivery for weight control

Inspired by the design of space shuttles, Penn Engineering researchers have invented a new way to synthesize a key component of lipid nanoparticles (LNPs), the revolutionary delivery vehicle for mRNA treatments including the Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines, simplifying the manufacture of LNPs while boosting their efficacy at delivering mRNA to cells for medicinal purposes.

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Wendy’s Wants to Start Uber-like Surge Pricing in 2025

Wendy’s will start experimenting with surge pricing, much like Uber and Lyft, as the company rolls out digital menus to all its United States restaurants by 2025, according to the company’s February earnings call. Under the test, burgers, Frosties, and other menu items will have “dynamic prices,” costing more during…

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Scientists propose new method for tracking elusive origins of CO₂ emissions from streams

A team of researchers from the University of Massachusetts Amherst that specializes in accounting for the carbon dioxide release by streams, rivers and lakes has recently demonstrated that the chemical process known as "carbonate buffering" can account for the majority of emissions in highly alkaline waters. Furthermore, carbonate buffering distorts the most commonly used method of tracking the origins of CO2 in streams.

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What Is ANC and Why Do I Need It in My Headphones?

You’ve probably seen the letters ‘ANC’ everywhere when shopping for headphones or earbuds. But you’ve probably got a vague idea of what ANC does and often wondered if you really needed it or not. We’ve put together a little guide explaining what it is, how the noise-canceling tech works, and why (or why not) you need…

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