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The software will identify sexual harassment

NexLP, a Chicago-based AI firm, is developing software to detect bullying and sexual harassment online using Artificial Intelligence (AI) or artificial intelligence technology. The software uses mathematical terminology to detect whether there is anything bullying or sexually explicit by examining computer documents, emails or chats. Different indicators will scrutinize the information and look for any problems. If the software finds anything suspicious, it will signal the danger and send it to a lawyer or company’s human resources manager for investigation. But exactly what kind of indicator will signal red flags…

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The world’s largest telescope will seek the mystery of the birth of the universe

The world’s largest and most powerful radio telescope is mounted on a mountain in southern China. On January 12, the program started completely. The official name of the telescope is the five-hinged-meter aperture spherical telescope, better known as its short name ‘fast’. China calls this telescope “Sky Eye” or “Sky Eye”.The Fast Telescope will search the corners of the deepest and darkest corners of the universe to find out if this world was created and whether life exists elsewhere.As the name implies, the telescope is about half a kilometer in…

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Science Behind the Fiction

It is the modern dream to live in the Pixar-verse. You can find there talking toys, friendly monsters, lovable robots, and down-to-earth superheroes. Not to mention the fully realized self-driving cars, if you can get around the horror of sitting inside Lightning McQueen\’s brain case. You can attach store-bought balloons to your house and abandon this life for greener pastures and talking dogs. Anything is possible. Of course, the Pixar-verse life requires a certain suspension of disbelief. One must be willing to accept the inner lives of toys and cars…

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Sea of ​​mysterious milk

‘Scientists know less about the ocean than the scientists know about space’ – NASA’s scientists comment on how mysterious the ocean is. The blue canyons we enjoy standing on the sandy beaches have been sinking into the complex mystery of scientists for hundreds of thousands of years. The Milky Sea is such a small mysterious part of the Indian Ocean. This sea is located on the southern coast of Somalia. This sea water is very different from other sea water, with a space of 255 square kilometers. Particularly at night,…

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Kill the fish when it is seen-Fogfires

US marine scientists have discovered fish that survive on the shore. It has been suggested to kill the fish when it is described as ‘dangerous’. The Washington Post reports that fish look like snakes. Hence the name ‘snakehead fish’. The fish was caught once in Silverwood Lake in San Bernadino, California. At that time the fish was thought to be from East Asia. Scientists are now surprised to find it in Georgia. In 2012, snakehead fish were caught and sold as illegal. Scientists at the Maryland Department of Conservation recently…

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Moving the earth in a new orbit? Fogfires

It’s not uncommon for those who watched the movie The Wandering Earth, which was recently released on Netflix, to ask the same question. The movie shows that the Thruster is used to protect the Earth from the rising sun and colliding with Jupiter. The task of these non-stop thrusters is to remove the earth a little from its orbit or to simply create new orbits. It’s a lot like a rocket launch. The only difference is that the rocket can move from planet to gravity due to the weight of…

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He slept for 4 hours, never wore socks

Albert Einstein Born March 5, 8 in Ulma, Germany. The father was Harman Einstein and mother Pauline. After finishing school, Albert began studying at Polytechnic University in Zurich. That year was one of the most wonderful years of Einstein’s life. This year his three papers were published. The first paper laid the foundation for special relativism. The second paper identifies the existence of molecules from Brownian motion. And in the third paper is the application of quantum quantum of light, the source of which is Einstein’s Nobel Prize. This was…

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Google announced quantum computer manufacture

Google researchers have announced a major milestone in the long study of quantum computer manufacturing, which has led to the hope of a systematic revolution in computer technology. In an article published in the science journal Nature, scientists at Google say they have solved a mathematical problem in their lab in Santa Barbara in 5 minutes and 20 seconds, which today’s supercomputers do not have the ability to finish in a thousand years. This computing motion is called quantum supremacy, which Google scientists claim has achieved. The New York Times…

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Your success depends on your spouse

It is said that every successful man has a female contribution. Likewise, it can be said that every successful woman has a male contribution. The word ‘everyone’ here may be exaggerating, because it is not possible to generalize anything in the world. There is something straightforward to overcome. So if we do not withdraw the word ‘every’ from the opening statement, it must be emphasized that the success of most men or women lies in the hands of a man of the opposite sex. And the man of the opposite…

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