‘Historical’ AI chatbots aren’t just inaccurate—they are dangerous
Here's why it's so questionable to let AI chatbots impersonate people like Einstein and Gandhi.
Watch this metallic material move like the T-1000 from ‘Terminator 2’
A tiny figure made from the magenetoactive substance can jailbreak by shifting phases.
The real reason people share so much fake news on social media
It may have to do more with habits and rewards.
The Justice Department is coming for Google’s digital ad domination
In mounting their latest traditional antitrust case, the government could have a real shot at taking the company on.
One wormy Triassic fossil could fill a hole in the evolutionary story of amphibians
Sometimes the biggest finds come in the smallest (fossil) packages.
Persisting winter storm conditions bring snow, tornadoes, and thunder to Eastern US
More than 12 tornadoes were reported in the cross country storm.
When wind turbines kill bats and birds, these scientists want the carcasses
Collecting, studying, and storing the remains from wind and solar facilities, scientists say, can unlock new insights.
A squishy new robot uses syringes and physics to mosey along
A new invention from engineers at Cornell moves by pumping fluids.
The next generation of US nuclear plants could be tiny but powerful
The newly approved small modular reactor is just one-third the size of traditional designs.
M1 Abrams tanks and other armored vehicles could change how Ukraine fights
Ukraine could be getting US tanks in addition to other armored assets, like Strykers. Here's what these different vehicles can do on a battlefield.