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Japanese government has confirmed that all medals for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic games will made from recycled smartphones and other electronics.
Apple has announced its plans to join Microsoft, Google, Facebook, Amazon and IMB in a research group focussed on the development of AI.
The CIA has officially released over 13 million pages of declassified documents, detailing Cold War surveillance, UFOs, and more.
Researchers from UCLA and Sweden have co-opted the Nokia Lumia 1020’s 41-megapixel camera to serve as a compact digital microscope.
Alphabet has announced that its solar drone project – which would enable internet connectivity in remote regions – has been grounded.
Google’s DeepMind AI has been trained to lip read more accurately than a professional human lip reader after watching hours of video footage.
A group of Cape Town-based researchers have discovered a new concentration of galaxies in a constellation dubbed the Vela supercluster.
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Apple has reportedly begun researching how the iPhone and Apple Watch can be used to passively gather data from patients suffering from Parkinson’s Disease.