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The backlash against face recognition has begun – but who will win?
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Face recognition technology is being rolled out across the world, but activists and politicians are starting to push back on creeping surveillance (New Scientist)
SpaceX is launching 60 satellites to start its global internet scheme
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On Thursday, SpaceX will launch 60 spacecraft on a single rocket to start a planned fleet of 12,000 broadband internet satellites (New Scientist)
Chimpanzees eat tortoises after smashing them open on tree trunks
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A group of chimpanzees in Gabon has figured out how to eat tortoises by cracking open their shells against tree trunks — further evidence of the apes’ ingenuity (New Scientist)
Robots conduct daily health inspections of schoolchildren in China
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Thousands of preschools in China are using robots to give students heath checks. Each morning they examine pupils looking for signs of contagious diseases (New Scientist)
Polarisation on social media could be reduced with a few simple tweaks
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Once again elections are being battered and political views polarized by far-right propaganda flooding social media – could a simple tweak to online connections help win the information wars? (New Scientist)
The average animal will be 10 per cent smaller in the next century
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Destroying habitats, poaching wildlife and changing the climate will cause mammals and birds to experience “substantial ecological downsizing” over the next 100 years. (New Scientist)
Deaths from strokes in England have halved in just a decade
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The rate of people dying from stroke in England decreased by 55 per cent between 2001 and 2010, according to an analysis of 800,000 patients (New Scientist)
Gut microbes may determine whether infants develop food allergies
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Young immune systems may be particularly sensitive to food allergens in the absence of right gut bacteria, a study in mice suggests (New Scientist)
Giving fruit flies your cancer’s mutations could guide your treatment
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Flies, fish and mice are being developed into “cancer avatars” that carry the unique traits of a person’s cancer and help doctors choose which drugs to use (New Scientist)
Specially created animal 'cancer avatars' could personalise treatments
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Flies, fish and mice are being developed into “cancer avatars” that carry the unique traits of a person’s cancer and help doctors choose which drugs to use (New Scientist)