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AI could monitor farms from space to look for illegal pollution

It seems as though the thousands of voices protesting the awful, human contribution to climate change have finally been answered. To an extent. The US government has been making use…

Why has the Fallout 76 Experiment Failed to Spark?

It had so much promise. Fallout 76 was meant to be Bethesda’s next great leap into the unknown. The tantalising online ad reels and longer trailers showed how beautiful the…

Is it more beneficial to be born rich or academically gifted?

A recent study in the US, reported on by the Washington Post, confirmed that the least gifted children of high income parents graduate university at higher rates than the most…

What effect do codes of ethics have in software development?

It seems that most professions, whether it be law or chemical engineering, have their own ethical codes. However, those fields that have seen recent developments are only now discovering their…

Goop, vaginal eggs, and the danger of celebrity endorsements

Commonly known for her roles in various blockbuster hits and critically acclaimed films, from Shakespeare in Love to The Avengers franchise, and as a self proclaimed lifestyle guru, Gwyneth Paltrow…

Has Twitter finally had enough of Neil de Grasse Tyson?

“Follow me only if you seek hodgepodge brain droppings of an intellectually restless astrophysicist.” – Neil Degrasse Tyson via Twitter. A knowledgeable giant in the world of astrophysics, Neil de…