According to a UK study, by the time our kids reach their teens, 1,300 images of them will exist online. The minds behind the data blame us. And fair enough. Anyone for a 38-month status update?
Cutting out the middleman entirely, the Chinese decided to replace their robotic newsreaders with AI versions of them. Could work.
Despite information being freely available, many of us still choose to believe nonsense over objective fact. Carl Sagan had a solid methodology of calling BS. Maybe we should use it.
Over in Canada, patients are treated with a heavy dose of free art. Considering the true value of the form against our everyday ailments, more of it, I say.
Once more we trudge through the mire of Fake News. This week, we find truth caffenated meat, Ellen’s biggest scam ever and Pharrell Williams going meta on Donald J. Trump.
According to the NSW Centre for Road Safety, only half of the serious injuries caused by road collisions are recorded road trauma statistics, because police and hospital records cannot be matched.
According to scientific research, your DNA presents clues as to when you’re going to die. Fortunately, it’s quite easy to figure out. So, who’s keen?
Over in America, one Clinton voter wanted to know why she lost the election. So, he created an app that openly shares your entire voting history. Seems sensible.
Fake News is the chocolate claw machine at the Leagues Club. You hope for the Toblerone of objective fact, but you invariably end up with the Turkish Delight of abject disappointment.
According to numerous studies, we’re not producing enough healthy food, and indeed, we’ll soon run out of it. The cockroach sandwich creeps ever closer…
‘Tsundoku’ is the Japanese art of buying books and never reading them. However, one scholar believes that the size of your library is irrelevant, as long as you haven’t read anything in it.
The robocall is a modern problem. Over in the US, 4.4 billion phone calls a month are estimated to be scams. Disappointingly, legislators seem powerless to stop it.
Ever forget someone’s name? Well, according to the findings of a new study, it’s rather serious. That, and don’t ever tell the truth. Ever.
Yes, the internet lies. But does it lie all the time? This week, we attempt to find truth in the claim that Barron Trump is a whiz at chess and if the jeans that mask your farts actually work.
According to a recent study, Dogs seem to understand the nonsense that we babble at them. However, with researchers not entirely sure, our dogs might be humouring us. They would do that.
According to Facebook, Facebook is bad for you. No matter, as they want to personalise the impersonal nature of social media conversations by adding VR. OK.
It’s a fairly notable week in the realm of Fake News, as Donald is buying is friends and pirates are sailing the high internet seas under the Facebook banner.
To ring in cybersecurity month, we’ve tasked two of the finest minds of the next generation to explain the shifting landscape of security. And Kanye West.
Ding dong, Google+ is dead. However, before we pay our last respects, I suggest we glance back at Silicon Valley’s other notable failures. Womp womp.
A new coffee trend has hit the market, promising a massive increase in cognitive function. We would be excited, but we’ve been disappointed before. I’m looking at you, Mr Avolatte.
While science believes that inclement weather strongly affects our mood, it depends on what seasonal disorder you possess.