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A trio of new reports by the Small Arms Survey finds that 85% of the world’s one billion guns are in the hands of its citizens who far outgun the militaries and police responsible for their protection.
The GoFly challenge has just announced 10 winning flying-car designs. It’s the first phase of a three-part contest, and they’re very cool.
The top 10 tech companies spend big bucks acquiring innovative startups and their brilliant technologies.
A new study analyzes dog-owner videos and discovers the meanings behind 19 things a dog does.
An effort is underway in the AI community to develop posthumous avatars that can ease the pain of mourning. Not everyone thinks this is a good idea.
Galaxy NGC 1277 is revealed as a relic galaxy that’s barely changed since it formed 10 billion years ago, giving scientists a rare chance to look into the past.
Addiction Now has developed infographics based on a survey of 1,000 people who were asked what they thought would be appropriate sentences for drug crimes. It’s pretty different than what they really are.
Home network Porch has created infographics that depict the most dangerous kitchen items according to the 2017 U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission's National Electronic Injury Surveillance System.
A new study of male bottleneck dolphins in Shark Bay, Australia discovers that each individual has his own distinctive name-whistle that other dolphins use when “talking” about him.
To improve hiring efficiency and success, companies are starting to leverage neuroscience gaming and AI to identify and attract the best people.