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The Geomagnetic Jerk

Image via Semantic Scholar Superb explanatory post - via Julien Aubert from l’Institut de physique du globe de Paris (CNRS/IPGP/IGN/Université de Paris), and writing at CNRS - focusing on the phenom of ...
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PRC Begins CRSPR Editing Of Human Embryonic Tissues

"via John Timmer, writing at Ars Technica, comes both worrisome and cautious news targeting the use of Clustered Regularly Interspaced Short Palindromic Repeats (also known as CRISPR) gene editing efforts targeting the ...
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USPS: The Exposure

Where - exactly - was the United States Postal Inspection Service - the sworn, usually plain-clothed police (with arrest powers) investigatory component of the United States Postal Service in this? It took ...
Artificial Intelligence, The Facial Recognition Debacle

Artificial Intelligence, The Facial Recognition Debacle

via Ben Coxworth, writing at NewAtlas, comes a fascinating discussion of an AI duel, of sorts. Squarely ensconced in the facial recognition arena, this is a story you won't want to miss ...
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Hardware Envelope, A Secure Conveyance

Image via Fraunhofer AISEC via Samuel H. Moore, writing at the IEEE's Spectrum Magazine, comes word of the 'Unhackable Envelope'. The Fraunhofer team (developers of the Unhackable Envelope) comprised of Vincent Immler ...
FontCode: Embedding Information in Text Documents using Glyph Perturbation

Glyph Perturbation, The Science of Font Steganography

via Chang Xiao, Cheng Zhang, Changxi Zheng, all from Columbia University, and presented at the ACM Transaction on Graphics (SIGGRAPH 2018), comes this phenomenal steganographic research; in which, a new methodology to ...