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This man's bot wants to replace your lawyer 
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This man's bot wants to replace your lawyer

Joshua Browder made DoNotPay to challenge unfair parking tickets - but what's next for him and his bots?
Mice get their vision back with regrown neurons 
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Mice get their vision back with regrown neurons

Landmark study potentially opens the door for human treatments.
How to keep more girls in IT at schools if we’re to close the gender gap 
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How to keep more girls in IT at schools if we’re to close the gender gap

Too many girls are opting out of IT in school so we need to make it more mainstream.
Bots account for 49% of all internet traffic 
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Bots account for 49% of all internet traffic

Bots are essentially the worker bees of the web, used to power search engines such as Google, Bing and DuckDuckGo.
UN extends human rights to online world 
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UN extends human rights to online world

The United Nations has passed a resolution calling for human rights to be counted online as well as off, citing the internet as an important medium for free speech and free assembly. The resolution was not without its opponents, though.
Fancy digging through the Apollo 11 source code? 
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Fancy digging through the Apollo 11 source code?

Source code from NASA's Apollo 11 flight software is now available to tear through on Github.
Phishing scam targets Game of Thrones pirates with fake settlement 
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Phishing scam targets Game of Thrones pirates with fake settlement

A new phishing scam is targeting internet service providers in Australia, the UK, and US and claiming to be working on behalf of various rights holders, including HBO.
Elon Musk readies 'Part 2' of his Tesla master plan 
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Elon Musk readies 'Part 2' of his Tesla master plan

Tesla CEO is preparing to transform his automotive company into something far bigger.
NASA reveals the TV and movies shown on the ISS 
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NASA reveals the TV and movies shown on the ISS

Freedom of Information request reveals astronauts' taste in cinema.
Life on Titan could exist even without water 
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Life on Titan could exist even without water

New paper suggests that hydrogen cyanide could be the key to life on Saturn's largest moon
The lessons to be learned now the ABC’s pulled its ‘inaccurate’ Wi-Fried program 
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The lessons to be learned now the ABC’s pulled its ‘inaccurate’ Wi-Fried program

The ABC breached its impartiality standards in a Catalyst program on the safety of wireless devices such as mobile phones.
Understanding the power of social engineering 
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Understanding the power of social engineering

Social media platforms are a social engineering resource par excellence for hackers.
Researchers find cunning loophole to help dumb AI pass the Turing Test 
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Researchers find cunning loophole to help dumb AI pass the Turing Test

In some instances, staying silent is a sign of pure cunning
The ten HP innovations that changed everything about computing 
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The ten HP innovations that changed everything about computing

In the last 79 years HP has gone from a garage startup to a tech giant - and these are the products which made it happen.
Guilty plea in Celebgate nude photos hacker investigation 
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Guilty plea in Celebgate nude photos hacker investigation

Two hackers have fessed up to leaking nude celebrity photos.
China hunts for aliens with the world's largest telescope 
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China hunts for aliens with the world's largest telescope

The 500-metre-wide Aperture Spherical Telescope will be used to search for extraterrestrial life.
Futures: Camera lenses small enough to shrink your gadgets 
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Futures: Camera lenses small enough to shrink your gadgets

If methods for focusing rays of light float your boat, you're in for a right treat.
Jeremy Clarkson and former Top Gear hosts launch DriveTribe, a social network for car fans 
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Jeremy Clarkson and former Top Gear hosts launch DriveTribe, a social network for car fans

Former Top Gear stars aim to revolutionise the car community with new social network.
Can anyone stop the online whistleblowers? 
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Can anyone stop the online whistleblowers?

Companies and governments spend millions on IT security, but can they ever hope to thwart attacks from within?
Apple wants to stop you filming concerts on your phone, and it has a plan to stop you 
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Apple wants to stop you filming concerts on your phone, and it has a plan to stop you

New Apple patent surfaces, aims to eliminate concert recordings on iPhones.
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