Computer Sciences

Auto-updating websites when facts change

Many companies put millions of dollars towards content moderation and curbing fake news. But what about the old news and misinformation that is still out there?

Business

New York Times digital 'NFT' article sells for $563,000

A New York Times columnist on Thursday sold one of his articles in digital form for $563,000, the latest example of the craze surrounding "non fungible tokens," which collectors are snapping up.

Computer Sciences

Affective computing meets EU data protection law

Affective computing (AC and sometimes called "Emotional AI') provides opportunities to automatically process emotional data. However, is EU data protection law fit for purpose when it is applied to such AC approaches?

Energy & Green Tech

How short circuits in lithium metal batteries can be prevented

There are high hopes for the next generation of high energy-density lithium metal batteries, but before they can be used in our vehicles, there are crucial problems to solve. An international research team led by Chalmers ...

Computer Sciences

Less scatterbrained scatterplots for data science

Scatterplots. You might not know them by name, but if you spend more than 10 minutes online you'll find them everywhere. They're popular in news articles, in the data science community, and, perhaps most crucially, for internet ...

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