Meta’s new chatbot is already parroting users’ prejudice and misinformation
Meta asked the internet to help with a new chatbot last Friday. So far, it’s a disaster.
The Inflation Reduction Act and CHIPS could kick US climate policy back into action
Together, these policies can fund pressing change on an urgent timeline.
What will it take to save Oahu’s freshwater from the Red Hill fuel leak?
A Navy fuel facility sitting above Oahu’s biggest freshwater system has been flooding the surrounding landscape with toxins for decades. Now Red Hill is finally being forced to shut down.
The Navy’s new robotic minesweeper is ready to sniff out explosives at sea
It's cleared for deployment.
Future LEDs could be made with fish scales
Scientists discover that fish scales sourced from fish waste can be turned into the nanostructures that are used to make LEDs.
Montana’s devastating wildfires are starting underground
The world’s least understood ignition source is causing devastating wildfires across Montana’s Powder River Basin.
Move over, autopilot: This AI can avoid other planes
Carnegie Mellon researchers are working on an artificial intelligence system that can land an aircraft. Here's how made trained it.
Why the US military wants 5G on the front lines
What to know about Forward Operating Bases, and how 5G networks can come into play on a battlefield.
HBO Max and Discovery Plus will merge into one streaming service in 2023
The subscription mashup is already causing havoc.
The fascinating and fraught ways researchers are studying modern friendships
A massive new study analyzed millions of Facebook users. But is that the best way to study friendship?