You might expect a high-profile (and controversial) facial recognition startup like Clearview AI would have its data locked down, but it turns out it's just as vulnerable as almost any other company to
These treehouse tiny homes were inspired by Sesame Street and Minions and designed to combat 'lazy and boring' architecture
Tiny homes are fashionable right now, but the Bert modular home isn't like other tiny homes on the market. In general, they tend to have minimalist, sleek looks, but this treehouse is oddly-shaped and
There’s one question that’s guaranteed to be asked in every job interview - ‘tell me about yourself’. This question isn’t quite as straightforward as it may seem, as it’s not really so much about who are,
The boss of the world’s biggest airline has attacked climate change campaigners, insisting the burgeoning “flight-shaming” movement is “not helping the environment”. American Airlines chief executive Parker
An experimental nuclear reactor in Idaho could be the first of its kind in the United States: a commercial reactor providing power using fuel that reduces nuclear waste. The small power plant could power
(CNN) — Anyone who's been to high school knows how dreadful Valentine's Day can be for teenagers. Those with admirers or significant others will get love notes, flowers and chocolates delivered to them
Tesla Solar Roof could implement a heating grid to automatically melt snow and ice off your roof in order to prevent the disruption of energy generation. People have some misconceptions about solar. Like
Apple may have a busy few months up ahead, with the company reportedly planning to release its rumored Tag trackers; a new high-end set of headphones; updated iPad Pro, MacBook Pro, and MacBook Air devices;
(CNN) — On Monday night, in a CNN town hall in Jackson, Mississippi, Sen. Elizabeth Warren made some news: She supports getting rid of the electoral college as the method by which we elect presidents.
How will you do your job when you’re outpaced by a computer? Or when the company you’re working for is taken over by algorithms? These are some of the questions explored in a stimulating new short film
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While it can be nerve-wracking to find the right answer to an interview question, there are a few tips and tricks you can use during interviews to impress recruiters. At least that's what Juan Manuel says
FT. LAUDERDALE, Florida — Mexican transnational criminal organizations, often called cartels, have spent decades developing connections and routes to move cocaine from South America, across the Pacific
Want to hear a joke? Of course! Who doesn't? Today's source of laughter is brought to you by Evelyn Lizette, a middle school teacher who recently shared a joke from one of her seventh graders to Twitter.