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If the founders of CTRL-Labs have their way, you won’t type commands to a machine. You’ll think them.
Doctors in Newcastle have been granted permission to create Britain’s first “three-person babies” for two women who are at risk of passing on devastating and incurable genetic diseases to their children.
The grosser parts of the internet have a new trick: Using machine learning and AI to swap celebrities’ faces onto porn performers’. The result? Fake celebrity porn seamless enough to be mistaken for the real thing.
The suit claims Cruise Automation vehicle made an abrupt lane change and injured a man riding behind.
Zhong Zhong and Hua Hua, monkeys born ten days apart at the Chinese Academy of Sciences Institute of Neuroscience in Shanghai, are exact clones of each other.