The Sciences

How Arm wants to bring machine learning to ordinary computing devices

How Arm wants to bring machine learning to ordinary computing devices

1 hour ago   |   Venture Beat

Arm says it has everybody beat in terms of volumes of AI and machine-learning chips deployed in the widest array of devices.
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How to watch the Orionid meteor shower peak this week

2 hours ago   |   ABC

Expect to see up to 25 meteors per hour when the Orionid meteor shower peaks this week.
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How Harold Bloom, the Late Literary Critic, Helped Me Write The End of Science

4 hours ago   |   Scientific American

Bloom's book The Anxiety of Influence helped a science writer understand the plight of modern scientists trying to surpass their predecessors
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Interest rising in political science

Interest rising in political science

6 hours ago   |   WISN

Adrienne Pedersen reports that more students are interested in taking political science courses.
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Minnesota Hit Hard By Declining Bird Population

6 hours ago   |   CBS

MINNEAPOLIS - It used to be that taking a walk in the spring or summer in western Minnesota meant seeing - or more often, hearing - a western meadowlark, a medium-sized bird...
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US Army to test ‘mystery materials' owned by Blink-182 frontman's UFO group at government facilities - report

US Army to test ‘mystery materials' owned by Blink-182 frontman's UFO group at government facilities - report

7 hours ago   |   RT

New information on the deal between To The Stars Academy of Arts and Science and the US Army shows that the army wants to verify the UFO research group's claims about...
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How a Tiny Pit Decides a Pine Tree's Fate

7 hours ago   |   Scientific American

Live fast, die young and leave a good lookin' stump
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Readers Respond to the June 2019 Issue

7 hours ago   |   Scientific American

Letters to the editor from the June 2019 issue of Scientific American
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Exercise Can Now Be Prescribed Like Medicine for Cancer Patients

Exercise Can Now Be Prescribed Like Medicine for Cancer Patients

16 hours ago   |   Psych Central

It is well known that regular exercise can help prevent and treat many forms of heart disease, but less commonly known are the benefits of physical activity for cancer...
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Aerogel Mars

1 day ago   |   Scientific American

A novel idea for the local terraforming of Mars raises interesting possibilities
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Three soldiers killed, three others injured in training accident

Three soldiers killed, three others injured in training accident

Army officials say that the accident is under investigation. Read more ...

US troops pulled from Syria will be sent to Iraq to fight ISIS: defense...

US troops pulled from Syria will be sent to Iraq to fight ISIS: defense secretary

US troops being pulled out of Syria will be deployed to western Iraq where they will battle Islamic State terrorists, Defense Secretary Mark Esper said on Sunday. He did not... Read more ...

Nancy Pelosi's Brother, Former Baltimore Mayor Thomas D'Alesandro III, Dies

Nancy Pelosi's Brother, Former Baltimore Mayor Thomas D'Alesandro III, Dies

“All his life, Tommy worked on the side of the angels. Now, he is with them," the House speaker said in a statement. Read more ...

Trump says he'll no longer host the G7 at his Doral resort due to 'Media &...

Trump says he'll no longer host the G7 at his Doral resort due to 'Media & Democrat Crazed and Irrational Hostility'

President Donald Trump annouced via tweet on Saturday that he will no longer host the 2020 G7 Summit at his Doral resort in Florida. He blamed the media and Democrats for their... Read more ...

Mick Mulvaney reacted to being confronted with a recording of the quid pro...

Mick Mulvaney reacted to being confronted with a recording of the quid pro quo comment he made on live TV, saying he didn't 'have a perfect press conference'

Acting White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney again defended his comment from days earlier in which he acknowledged that the White House withheld $400 million in aid to... Read more ...

3 soldiers killed, 3 injured during Georgia training exercise

3 soldiers killed, 3 injured during Georgia training exercise

Three soldiers were killed and three more hospitalized on Sunday after their armored vehicle was involved in an accident during a training exercise in Georgia, the Army... Read more ...

Krem de la Krem! Russian rising star Rublev clinches Kremlin Cup 2019 on his...

Krem de la Krem! Russian rising star Rublev clinches Kremlin Cup 2019 on his 22nd birthday in Moscow

Russia's Andrey Rublev celebrated turning 22 in style by winning the Kremlin Cup 2019 with a dominant straight sets victory over Frenchman Adrian Mannarino 6-4, 6-0 in Moscow... Read more ...

Andy Murray wins 1st ATP final since hip surgery

Andy Murray wins 1st ATP final since hip surgery

ANTWERP, Belgium - Andy Murray has won his first ATP tour final since having hip surgery in January for an injury that left him contemplating retirement at one point. Read more ...

Rain pushes PGA Tour Champions' final round to Monday

Rain pushes PGA Tour Champions' final round to Monday

RICHMOND, Va. - Heavy rain forecast to last throughout the day forced the postponement of the third round of the PGA Tour Champions event on Sunday. Read more ...

Mulvaney: Trump picked Doral to host G-7 because he's in the ‘hospitality...

Mulvaney: Trump picked Doral to host G-7 because he's in the ‘hospitality business'

WASHINGTON - Acting White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney said President Trump still considers himself part of the “hospitality business,” which was why he had wanted to use... Read more ...