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Practical policies can combat gender inequality

How can science solve the problem of gender inequality? This is an ongoing issue that has been highlighted again by controversy over recent comments by Nobel laureate Tim Hunt about his “trouble with girls?” The problem in biomedical research was clearly demonstrated to me in 2009, just before I became director of the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute… Read More »

Digitizing our Existence

Sure, it sounds good, yet this “virtual twinning” effectively expands the possibilities of both the “world of atoms and the world of bits”, as the Holoons’ inventor Alex Kipman explicitly notes a TED talk. , Which has been viewed more than 3.5 million times. This is not some distant blue-sky thinking. An entire ecosystem is already emerging around… Read More »

How to Date During the Pandemic Without Going on Another

The epidemic has taken the dating from a difficult and necessary evil to a fundamentally impossible and dangerous temptation. But with decreasing COVID-19 cases at the United Nations and increasing vaccination rates daily, you’ll be able to stumble through an awkward date again, just like in the old days. And when you do, why would you go to… Read More »

Where is Is Back, and Here’s How It Works

The beloved social media music site Turntable.FM is making a surprise comeback in 2013, almost eight years after its closure. In fact, there are two new versions: the original Turntable.FM, recently revived by founder Billy Chansen and Mobile -Focus Turntable.OR, produced by several Turntable.Fam alums. While both services allow users to create and host personalized avatars or join… Read More »

What is Hackers Just Looted Passenger Data From Some

SITA, a data company that works with some of the world’s largest airlines, announced on Thursday that it had fallen victim to a “highly sophisticated cyber-attack”, the likes of which tied up with hundreds of thousands of airline passengers worldwide. The attack, which took place in February, targets data stored on SITA’s passenger service system servers, which are… Read More »

How to Utah Lawmakers Pass Bill to Require ‘Porn Filters’ on

Put one out for all the horned people in Utah, y’all. The state legislature has passed its “obscene filter” bill, which will mandate a default filter for “is harmful to the ingredients” on all tablets and smartphones sold in the state starting in 2022. House Bill 72 — its official title — was passed this week from the… Read More »

What is Latest Microsoft Hack Looks Like It Could Be

Microsoft announced this week that another of its email products, Exchange, had compromised through a hacking campaign. This recent hack is actually completely unrelated to “SolarWinds”, in which Microsoft also played an external role. A state-sponsored threat actor from China called “HAFNIUM” exploits many zero-defects worldwide on-premises Microsoft Exchange servers in an apparent effort to steal data. Exchange… Read More »