Dutton stays silent in question time – as it happened
We’re going to wrap up the live blog now. Here’s what made the news today: Amy Remeikis will be back with you early tomorrow morning. Until then, have a great evening. ‘Extraordinary stuff’: Labor MP claims Deeming contradicted Pessuto in…
AI worship could result in future new religions
Neil McArthur of the University of Manitoba talks about AI worship, new religions and how he thinks they should be handled. Read more.
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17-Year-old Wins $150,000 in Science Talent Search for Remarkable Way to Diagnose Pediatric Heart Disease
In the oldest and most prestigious young adult science competition in the nation, 17-year-old Ellen Xu used a kind of AI to design the first diagnosis test for a rare disease that struck her sister years ago. With a personal story driving her on, she managed an 85% rate of positive diagnoses with only a […]
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UK planning to launch watered down net zero strategy in oil capital Aberdeen
The government is planning to launch its revamped net zero strategy from the UK’s oil and gas capital, Aberdeen, in a clear signal of its intention to boost the fossil fuel industry while cutting key green measures, the Guardian has…
The Greens face one of the biggest decisions of their political lives as Labor’s climate policy hangs in the balance
The future of one of Labor’s signature climate policies – updating the safeguard mechanism to deal with industrial greenhouse gas emissions – hangs in the balance. The government held off pushing it through parliament this week while negotiations continued with…
UN conference hears litany of water disasters linked to climate crisis
Water is at the heart of the climate crisis, with an increasingly dire carousel of droughts, floods and sea level rise felt “making our planet uninhabitable”, the secretary general of the United Nations, António Guterres, has warned. On the second…
Researchers Develop Glowscope that Turns Smartphone into Sensitive Microscope Normally Costing $100,000
Researchers looking to help students at school have used low-cost materials like theater lighting filters to turn regular smartphone cameras into fluorescent microscopes. The resolution they say is around one-thousandth of a millimeter, but the cost reduction could literally be hundreds of thousands of US dollars. Called the “Glowscope” a team at the biology department […]
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Spring Triangle rises late at night, heralding the season
As the Northern Hemisphere enters spring, look for the spring triangle rising in the east, made up of bright beacons from three prominent constellations.
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Apple TV’s ‘Extrapolations’ and why it’s so hard to make shows about climate change – The Washington Post
In the second episode of Apple TV Plus’s new climate drama “Extrapolations,” a scientist sits in an underwater base, communicating with a humpback whale. The year is 2046 — all of the “Extrapolations” episodes are named after a year in…
Strangers Who Set Off to Travel World in Double Decker Bus Reunite 50 Years Later: ‘The bus was the hero’
A group of friends who took a London double-decker bus 40,000 miles around the Americas have reunited 50 years later at the release of a travelogue of their adventure. Over a hard country cider, the remaining crew members reminisced about how the idea first came to Mr. Roger Poole and his new wife Joan, who […]
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