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6 ways AI is making an impact on video games

AI has changed the way video games work–for the better.

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NYCC: Teachers explain how comic books help kids learn at the NY Public Library

Erica Buddington, founder of The Langston League, which designs socially responsible and relevant curricula for students of color, recently worked with a sixth-grade student who didn’t want to study ancient civilizations. So she tried to get on the mid…

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Moving from developer to project manager: 4 lessons from Doctor Who

Considering a move from programming into team leadership? Let an expert in regeneration advise your career path. “Doctor Who” is a long-running BBC television show…

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Frog fraud? Paleontologist finds a strange Stranger Things continuity error in Season 2

As its millions of fans know, Stranger Things has almost perfectly captured the look and feel of the early 1980s. We say “almost,” because there are a few continuity errors. Barb’s Season 1 car wasn’t produced until 1988, and the Demogorgon figur…

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11 geeky scholarships that can help you pay for college

An inexpensive education shouldn’t be science fiction. But with rates rocketing, the odds of receiving a quality education on a budget is astronomical. Scholarships, i.e. free money for those who qualify, can help rescue your wallet from imminent disas…

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This clever copy of Fahrenheit 451 can only be read when burned

Fahrenheit 451 is the 1953 Ray Bradbury novel (soon to be a film) about a “fireman” who burns books rather than saves them, as a means to keep society illiterate and complacent. The novel has been a lightning rod for issues of censorship and book b…

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Syfy Wire 2017-10-17 14:48:42

If you’re wearing jewelry, wouldn’t you rather adorn yourself with something that makes you feel attractive and makes you think? Obviously, the answer is 1 in binary (true). That’s where Etsy seller YugenTribe comes in.

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This is what happens when you use a fidget spinner in space

Fidget spinners are currently America’s trending toy, a simple device that spins on an axis. They require absolutely no effort, and many find them soothing. So what can make one of these little gadgets even more fidgety? A fidget spinner…in space.

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SpaceX plans to reach Mars by 2022, reveals concepts for Mars and moon bases

If all goes according to CEO Elon Musk’s ambitious plans, his aerospace company SpaceX will land two cargo ships on Mars in 2022. That’s five years from now, as Musk explained at a presentation at the International Astronautical Congress in Adelaid…

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SpaceX plans to reach Mars by 2022, reveals concepts for Mars and moon bases

If all goes according to CEO Elon Musk’s ambitious plans, his aerospace company SpaceX will land two cargo ships on Mars in 2022. That’s five years from now, as Musk explained at a presentation at the International Astronautical Congress in Adelaid…

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