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- An article in Wired UK posits that digital assistants such as Alexa and Siri should be able to swear.
- This week, Jeff Bezos blasted into space, in the first crewed flight of his rocket ship, New Shepard.
- New research finds that all cancers fall into just two categories, based on the presence or absence of a protein called the Yes-associated protein (YAP), providing a possible new strategy for treating the most aggressive and untreatable forms of the disease.
- Japanese astronomers have developed a new AI-based tool that removes noise from cosmic images, allowing them to see the true large-scale structure of the universe.
- Florida-based firm Space Perspectives is providing couples with weddings in space from 2024, with access to capsules costing $125,000 promising spectacular views of Earth.
- An Icelandic study has shown that shorter work weeks improve productivity, generating buzz about the future of a four-day work week.
- Research shows that new wearable smart device could help visually impaired people avoid collisions.
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