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- Build Your Own Google Neural Synthesizer June 22, 2018A “piano-flute” is just one of the crazy instruments you can build with the NSynth open-source deep-learning projectDavid Schneider
- Experts Bet on First Deepfakes Political Scandal June 22, 2018Researchers wager on a possible Deepfake video scandal during the 2018 U.S. midterm electionsJeremy Hsu
- Researchers Fish Yellowcake Uranium From the Sea With a Piece of Yarn June 22, 2018For decades, researchers have attempted to capture uranium dissolved in the world’s oceans and convert it to fuel for nuclear power plantsDavid C Wagman
- 4 Reasons NASA Projects Miss Deadlines and Blow Budgets June 22, 2018Managers think their projects are “too big to fail,” and believe future scientific progress will excuse any delays or cost overrunsRobert N. Charette
- Video Friday: Robot World Cup, New Co-Bots, and 1000 SpotMinis June 22, 2018Your weekly selection of awesome robot videosEvan Ackerman, Erico Guizzo and Fan Shi
- Build Your Own Google Neural Synthesizer June 22, 2018
- Trade worries hit world stocks, oil gives back gains
- Oil prices drop on OPEC's output deal, but markets to stay tight
- Uber battles to keep London license in court appeal
- U.S. plans limits on Chinese investment in U.S. technology firms
- Toshiba says SEC completes accounting probe, no penalty
- GE nearing deal to sell industrial engines unit to Advent: WSJ
- Malaysia arrests Najib ex-aide in 1MDB probe: media
- Bombardier, Toronto union reach new agreement, averting strike
- KLM, Delta opposed to Capron as head of Air France KLM: media
- Waiting for Peter Thiel: big tech directors miss shareholder meetings
- Abraaj, a private-equity firm, files for provisional liquidation
- Most stockmarket returns come from a tiny fraction of shares
- China considers its response to Donald Trump’s proposed tariffs
- Sino-American interdependence has been a force for geopolitical stability
- Hedge funds worry about the legal risks of using “alternative” data
- Giddy property prices are a test for Swedish policymakers
- France and Germany finally have a common position on euro-zone reform
- Why countries like Argentina and Turkey fret about exchange rates
- A full-blown trade war between America and China looks likely
- Can refugees help to plug Europe’s skilled-labour gaps?
- Belgium beach plays host to Hollywood sand sculptures June 21, 2018OSTEND, Belgium (Reuters) - On a Belgium beach, an artist adds the final touches to an imposing sand sculpture of the Incredible Hulk and his bristling muscles ahead of the opening of the world's biggest festival of its kind.
- Sculptor Giacometti's Paris studio opening to public June 20, 2018PARIS (Reuters) - More than 50 years after his death, art lovers can see sculptor Alberto Giacometti's Parisian studio exactly as he left it, right down to half-finished sketches and his ashtray.
- Blood, sweat and accessories: artist recycles bodily fluids for fashion June 20, 2018LONDON (Reuters) - Struggling to make your fashion more personal? No sweat. A London fashion student can help you decorate your attire with crystal accessories formed from your bodily excretions.
- Belgium beach plays host to Hollywood sand sculptures June 21, 2018