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drinking diet beverages during pregnancy linked to child obesity, nih study sugg




children born to women who had gestational diabetes and drank at least one artificially sweetened beverage per day during pregnancy were more likely to be overweight or obese at age 7, compared to children born to women who had gestational diabetes and drank water instead of artificially sweetened b...



artificially inflated: it’s time to call bs on ai




first there was "open washing," the marketing strategy for dressing up proprietary software as open source. next came "cloud washing," whereby datacenter-bound software products masqueraded as cloud offerings. the same happened to big data, with petabyte-deprived enterprises pretending to be awash i...



court rules against indictment of former elstat chief | news




a council of appeals court judges friday ruled against the indictment of the former head of greece’s statistics agency elstat, andreas georgiou, who has been accused of artificially inflating the size of greece’s budget deficit in 2009.it was the second time the council has ruled against indicti...



researchers invent new method for non-invasive deep brain stimulation




when edward boyden and nir grossman at the mit media lab in the spring of 2014 met for a brainstorming session, they made a list of every possible way one could artificially excite brain cells. they produced a long list that included variations on multiple types of energy—electric fields, ultra...



fcc prepares for net neutrality reversal




it's believed that the plan will see net neutrality wiped away, with the fcc handing its enforcement power to the ftc. one interesting twist is that pai has, apparently, asked isps to sign an agreement not to artificially throttle internet traffic. instead, those companies will be asked to add a pro...



spatial reasoning is only partly explained by general intelligence




enlarge/ "we can both find our way through a maze!"flickr user: ron reiringshare this storyspatial ability is a bit of a fuzzy concept. there are lots of different tests that can be used to assess it, like mentally rotating a 3d shape or reasoning out how a mechanical object would work. are all ...



ankara mayor suggests aegean quake ‘artificial,’ calls for investigation | news




ankara mayor melih gokcek has suggested that the 6.1 magnitude earthquake which hit the aegean sea on monday could have been the result of seismic testing.the quake struck south of greece’s lesvos island killing one woman, injuring 10 and badly damaging buildings and roads.in a series of tweets po...



google says alphago ai helps humans become better players




although they have always been a source of fantasy as well as nightmares, robots and artificial intelligence have taken the spotlight in the recent years, even in mainstream media. one recurring theme has always been about how these technologies will soon replace humans, mostly in the work place. th...



there's a bizarre fix for the lg g6's not-quite-perfectly rounded corners




in the category of “i can’t believe we need this” there is a bizarre fix for the not-quite-perfectly-curved display corners of the lg g6. you know the problem: rather than a perfect quarter circle from the flat lines of the vertical and horizontal edges of the lg g6’s screen, there’s a wei...



new samsung division wants to put its chip in all your devices




to the surprise of no one, samsung has just created a new division within it silicon business that will focus on contract chip manufacturers for companies outside of samsung. while it was probably a long time coming, the move couldn’t have come at a worse time for qualcomm, who is now beset by law...



gov't threatens compulsory cooling-off periods for hostile takeovers




the government is expected to take a decision within a month over whether a cooling-off period be granted to large dutch companies which are subject to a hostile takeover bid, the financieele dagblad has reported.in announcing the move, caretaker economic affairs minister henk kamp was responding to...



deepmind’s alphago takes on world’s top go player in china




enlargedeepmindshare this storyhumanity has been granted one last attempt to beat its artificially intelligent overlords: ke jie, the world's top-ranked go player, will face down against deepmind's alphago in china in a three-game match starting may 23.the odds are not good for ke jie: back in janu...



woman from iconic protest photo speaks




one of the most striking pictures from sunday's protests against corruption in moscow was that of a girl in a white coat being carried away by several russian police officers [before being taken to a nearby police van]. meduza's special correspondent ilya zhegulyov found the girl in the cheryomus...



darren edwards: it’s time to do a rain dance *h&h vip*




for those to whom weather does not matter, a long dry spell in spring is considered a blessing, an entrée to a summer of heatwaves and barbeques. for those involved in point-to-pointing, it can be less than helpful.as of 28 april the uk had seen just 41% of the average april rainfall measured over ...



f1 testing: mercedes vs ferrari and other talking points




after the first week of testing ahead of the new f1 season, champions mercedes still seems to have the edge.lewis hamilton's new team-mate valtteri bottas recorded the fastest lap over the four days of testing at the circuit de catalunya in barcelona, with the ferraris of sebastian vettel and kimi...



why it’s time to slay the ‘zombie economy’ | books & essays | economy




creative destruction highlights what is so distinctive about this long economic depression compared to its predecessor in the 1930s. not only has it lasted longer, but it has also been less volatile and less destructive: no armies of unemployed marching on london, no shantytowns thrown up in the cen...



why it’s time to slay the ‘zombie economy’ | books & essays | economy




creative destruction highlights what is so distinctive about this long economic depression compared to its predecessor in the 1930s. not only has it lasted longer, but it has also been less volatile and less destructive: no armies of unemployed marching on london, no shantytowns thrown up in the cen...



how to shoot portrait mode photos at night or in low light




get around portrait mode's software limitations in the evening with some smart framing and lighting.apple's portrait mode lets you shoot images with an enhanced depth of field and background blur, thanks to smart software tweaks and the iphone 7 plus' dual lens system. but it's not perfect — it ca...



no, chocolate milk does not come from brown cows




do you know where chocolate milk comes from? the seemingly insulting question is a valid query, as a good chunk of people are supposedly in the dark about where chocolate milk is sourced from. (spoiler alert: it's not brown cows.) the innovation center for u.s. dairy's undeniably dairy, a group repr...



why low-calorie sweeteners are making us fat




when you opt for a diet drink, chances are you think you're making the better choice.however, while such beverages may not contain sugar, that doesn't mean they're good for your waistline. artificial sweeteners do not help with weight loss, study finds.  photo: istockindeed past research has shown ...



princess anne takes on prince charles over gm food




a new bbc interview with princess anne has exposed what appears to be a division in the royal family over genetically modified crops.the princess royal told radio 4's farming today programme that arguments against gm crops were "not practical" and she would grow them on her own land if permitted.she...



anonymous 'grammar vigilante' tackles uk signs




an anonymous 'grammar vigilante' has been secretly correcting bad punctuation on street signs and shop fronts in bristol for more than a decade. a self-confessed "grammar vigilante" has been secretly correcting bad punctuation on street signs and shop fronts in england's southwest for more than a de...



anonymous 'grammar vigilante' tackles uk signs




an anonymous 'grammar vigilante' has been secretly correcting bad punctuation on street signs and shop fronts in bristol for more than a decade. a self-confessed "grammar vigilante" has been secretly correcting bad punctuation on street signs and shop fronts in england's southwest for more than a de...



new research urges a rethink on global energy subsidies




a woman in india shows the poor light given off by her kerosene lamp. credit: helena wright (cc by 2.0).the hidden toll that subsidies for electricity, fossil fuels, and transport have on social welfare, economic growth and technological innovation needs to be exposed through better research says a ...



police 'rationing' services in face of budget cuts




police forces in england and wales are "rationing" services in response to budget cuts and increasing levels of demand, her majesty's inspectorate of constabulary (hmic) has warned.in an inspection report published today, the watchdog said police were "artificially suppressing or downgrading" calls,...