Just a few years ago, it seemed like the scarce yellow sally stonefly had gone locally extinct. In 1995, ecologists collected a single specimen of the aquatic insect in the River Dee near the Wales-England
The field of AI, especially in the realm of deep learning, is at an inflection point. We’re either going to break on through to the other side – where deep learning becomes deep understanding – or continue
Melting permafrost releases ancient microbes today’s humans have never been exposed to and have no resistance to It is 2050. Beyond the emissions reductions registered in 2015, no further efforts were
Tim Flannery (The age of the megafire is here, and it’s a call to action, Journal, 7 February) writes: “As far as swift climate action is concerned, all good choices have gone up in smoke”. That may not
If today's computers had dreams and ambitions, there would be some problems that they wouldn’t even dream about solving. Some problems would take far too much time or memory, running on for nearly forever.
MIAMI (AP) — The forecast for the Super Bowl in Miami is grim. Clear skies and temperature in the 60s are expected when the game kicks off, so weather won't be a problem. But climate change likely will
New York (CNN Business) — The fans pouring into Miami for Sunday's Super Bowl have even more to look forward to this year than the action on the field. For the first time in Super Bowl history, the stadium
Projecting the migration patterns of people leaving coastal cities shows which cities need to prepare for a population influx. Sea-level rise in the U.S. won’t only affect people living on the coasts—as
The future used to be now. These all felt like something out of the year 3000. Truly astounding at the time. I heard that if you drank the blue you got superpowers. The clickwheel was truly a game changer.