Using fossilized pollen, scientists think they have unearthed the final piece of the puzzle of how the ancient Egyptian pyramids were actually built.
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As self-driving cars will one day revolutionize the way we travel, experts are not sure that the vehicles’ AI can handle all the billions of unexpected ‘edge cases’ that happen daily in traffic.
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Scientists at Deepmind are worried about how advanced artificial intelligence could eventually come to the conclusion that it no longer needs humans to exist.
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