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pumas, panthers terrified of humans, study shows


humans fear predators like mountain lions, but what we often fail to realize is how much they may fear us. after all, humans hunted and extirpated the animal from most of the united states, while fatal puma attacks on humans are rare. new research shows that the pumas—also known as panthers, cougars, mountain lions or catamounts—immediately…






amc's humans is exploring all the good robo-stuff westworld ignored


images: amchumans, amc’s scifi drama about a world where robots are as ubiquitous as smart phones, ends its second season tonight. much like in westworld, the artificial lives born in humans have been slaves to humanity’s whims, and just like in the finale of westworld, a rebellion has formed. but humans has had much better success with exploring precisely what an advance in artificial sentience would look like to the world at large—and in the process it’s done an arguably better job of showing just how predictably callous and afraid humans are when dealing with a group they have deemed “inferior.”advertisementalthough humans’ first season aired before westworld premiered on hbo, the immense popularity of the latter meant that humans’ second season has lived in westworld’s shadow, to a deg






what future historians might say about 21st-century humans


in high school, you had to learn about humans who lived a hundred years ago. but do you ever wonder what future humans might think of us? this video offers some funny insight.full story at youtube.more humor. posted by josh urich






apes can tell when humans are wrong


great apes, including chimpanzees, orangutans and bonobos, might be able to tell when humans are wrong, according to researchers. in a study published wednesday in the journal plos one, researchers revealed experiments in which great apes helped humans when witnessed them making an incorrect decision. researchers at the max planck institute for evolutionary anthropology in germany…






‘humans of sachem north’ instagram project brings teens together


the instagram account humans of sachem north profiles students, like emily leath, 18, at sachem north high school. the project is inspired by humans of new york, a blog that features vignettes gleaned from man-the-street interviews conducted throughout the city. (credit: humans of sachem north) in an age where teens face mounting pressure to appear perfect on social media, an instagram account is helping students at one long island high school be themselves and connect with their classmates in the process. jonathan chiaramonte, a peer education teacher at sachem north high school, started the humans of sachem north instagram account two and a half years ago to help the teens express themselves...






stephen hawking calls for return to moon


celebrity physicist stephen hawking says humans should return to the moon by 2020 and mars by 2025 in order to unite humanity in the shared purpose of spreading out beyond earth. “spreading out into space will completely change the future of humanity,” the cambridge professor said at the starmus festival in trondheim, norway. “i hope it…






‘humans of sachem north’ instagram project brings teens together


advertisement | advertise on newsdaythe instagram account humans of sachem north profiles students, like emily leath, 18, at sachem north high school. the project is inspired by humans of new york, a blog that features vignettes gleaned from man-the-street interviews conducted throughout the city. (credit: humans of sachem north) in an age where teens face mounting pressure to appear perfect on social media, an instagram account is helping students at one long island high school be themselves and connect with their classmates in the process.jonathan chiaramonte, a peer education teacher at sachem north high school, started the humans of sachem north instagram account two and a half years ago to help the teens express...






what will humans look like in 1,000 years?


this video asks the question, “how will humans change in the next millennium?” how will we evolve? how will we change our evolution?full story at youtube.more futurology. posted by josh urich






spacex to the moon - 2018 a lofty goal? | video


the private spaceflight company is trying to achieve something that only one rocket-maker has done before, fly humans around the moon. regardless of the launch date, humans will be physically reaching into the frontier once again.






mountain lions are terrified of humans—and that’s a problem


this puma (not involved in the study) fed on a single deer for five days. new research suggests these feedings can be interrupted by the puma’s fear of humans, requiring them to hunt more often. (image: jon nelson/flickr)we typically think of large predatory animals like mountain lions as fearless beasts that’ll stop at nothing to procure a meal—even if that meal consists of human flesh. new research suggests that this view is wrong, and that big cats don’t like to bump into us any more than we like to bump into them. problem is, this fear of humans is altering the feeding behavior of big carnivores, and that may not be a good thing.a study published led by by scientists from uc santa cruz and western university in london, ontario and published today in proceedings of the royal society b,






humans to blame for climate change, government report says


humans are causing the globe to heat up, with dire consequences, according to a climate report from the trump administration.






polar bears hurt by climate change are more likely to turn to a new food source


the higher global temperatures go, the more likely polar bears are to interact with humans — and possibly attack and eat them






global survey: most people expect humans will grow to trust, even love, ai


special feature how to implement ai and machine learning the next wave of it innovation will be powered by artificial intelligence and machine learning. we look at the ways companies can take advantage of it and how to get started.in the movie "her," a man falls in love with his operating system, and romance ensues. in reality, people may or may not expect to build romantic relationships with ai systems in the future. they do, however, expect that humans will one day love and trust ai systems enough to depend on them for their well being.a new global survey on attitudes toward ai, commissioned by arm, illustrates how ai uses cases may evolve, given the level of trust humans expect to have in the technology. the survey only polled those who have a basic understanding of ai, finding that mos






cats domesticated themselves / boing boing


in many, animal species are domesticated when humans bring them into their homes whether they want to be there or not. for example, it's mostly accepted that humans domesticated wolves, breeding them in captivity until they became the modern dogs we love today. now, a new study of cat genetics reveals that cats just kind of hung around humans for thousands of years before they were domesticated. from casey smith's article in national geographic: the earlier ancestors of today’s domestic cats spread from southwest asia and into europe as early as 4400 b.c. the cats likely started hanging around farming communities in the fertile crescent about 8,000 years ago, where they settled into a mutually beneficial relationship as humans’ rodent patrol. mice and rats were attracted to crops and other






global survey: most people expect humans will grow to trust, even love, ai


in the movie "her," a man falls in love with his operating system, and romance ensues. in reality, people may or may not expect to build romantic relationships with ai systems in the future. they do, however, expect that humans will one day love and trust ai systems enough to depend on them for their well being.a new global survey on attitudes toward ai, commissioned by arm, illustrates how ai uses cases may evolve, given the level of trust humans expect to have in the technology. the survey only polled those who have a basic understanding of ai, finding that most expect humans to develop emotional connections with their ai-powered tools.more than seven in 10 believe humans will grow to trust ai devices to the point where they could replace some human relationships, such as serving as a ca






nat geo's 'year million' explores humanity's future in space tonight


a million years from now humans might adapt to space, and space to humans.






'destination moon' exhibit marks return to houston for apollo 11 spacecraft


the last time that it traveled to houston, the spacecraft that flew the first humans to walk on the moon was purposely kept away from the public.






how humans have fought over — and weaponized — water


a timeline of all the reasons we’ve gone to battle over the h2o. yuriy khimanin via unsplash from ancient rome to 20th-century l.a. whether we’re poisoning, drowning, or dehydrating our enemies into submission, we humans have long waged war over water. standing rock is just the latest. 595-685 b.c. — amphicitionic league vs. kirrans pilgrims visiting…






wild boars remain at radiation-hit fukushima as residents prepare to return


image: princess mononokein just a few weeks, the residents of a fukushima city will finally be allowed to return to their homes. trouble is, the place has been overrun by hundreds of belligerent and potentially radioactive wild boars, prompting public safety concerns.at the end of march, the six-year-long evacuation order will be lifted for namie, a city located just 2.5 miles (4 km) from the damaged nuclear power plant. radiation levels, now measured at 0.07 microsieverts an hour, are the same as they are in other areas of japan. namie is the closest area to the nuclear meltdown residents have been allowed to return to since the disaster on march 11, 2011, but the continued presence of wild boars in the region is making prospective homecomers nervous.after a nuclear disaster, wildlife ten






wild boars remain at radiation-hit fukushima as residents prepare to return


image: princess mononokein just a few weeks, the residents of a fukushima city will finally be allowed to return to their homes. trouble is, the place has been overrun by hundreds of belligerent and potentially radioactive wild boars, prompting public safety concerns.at the end of march, the six-year-long evacuation order will be lifted for namie, a city located just 2.5 miles (4 km) from the damaged nuclear power plant. radiation levels, now measured at 0.07 microsieverts an hour, are the same as they are in other areas of japan. namie is the closest area to the nuclear meltdown residents have been allowed to return to since the disaster on march 11, 2011, but the continued presence of wild boars in the region is making prospective homecomers nervous.after a nuclear disaster, wildlife ten






what will humans look like 10,000 years from now?


q&a site quora. photo: quora this question originally appeared on quora. answer by matan shelomi. all life on earth is constantly evolving: the process doesn’t stop. as living things, humans are still evolving. since we became homo sapiens, has evolution changed us in any way? actually, yes. thousands of genes have evolved recently (in the last…






what is that dog trying to say? ask its owner


when it comes to interpreting dog growls, some humans are surprisingly good at taking the hint, a new study shows. scientists testing how people categorized different types of natural growls found that people could largely tell playful vocalizations from threatening ones — though women and dog owners seemed to do better than their peers.the findings, described in royal society open science, shed light on the relationship between dogs and humans — as well as on underlying vocal behaviors that might be shared across mammalian species.plenty of research in recent years has delved into dogs’ ability to understand humans. but relatively little seems to have focused on whether humans are any good at understanding dogs — even though communication is a two-way street, especially in two species tha






humans of new york is turning into a tv series on facebook, debuts next week: di


brandon stanton, the photographer behind the wildly successful website-turned facebook page-turned best selling book "humans of new york" surprised everyone today with a bombshell announcement. for the past 4 years, he's been quietly filming over 1,200 personal interviews with his portrait subjects, and he's turning those interviews into a hony tv series starting next week.the series was created in conjunction with cinematographer michael crommett, and the official announcement and trailer went live just 20 minutes ago on the humans of new york facebook page."early on i realized that video would add a deeper layer to humans of new york. at the heart of all these posts are the conversations themselves," writes stanton. "i’m often deeply moved by the people i meet. or they make me laugh. or






cat likes to race humans up the stairs


cats have weird habits. this one, for example, likes to race humans up the stairs. it also likes to cheat a little but at the end and rub it in.full story at youtube.more great cats. posted by josh urich






brain augmentation: creating super intelligent humans


for most people, the idea of brain augmentation remains in the realms of science fiction. however, for scientists across the globe, it is fast becoming reality—with the possibility of humans with “super-intelligence” edging ever closer. in laboratory experiments on rats, researchers have already been able to transfer memories from one brain to another. future projects include…






comparing the walks of chimps, lucy, and modern humans


to better understand the evolution of humans, california academy of sciences made this animation. it compares the gait of a chimp to lucy, and then lucy to the human.full story at youtube.more great history. posted by josh urich






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'destination moon' exhibit marks return to houston for apollo 11 spacecraft


houston — the last time that it was in houston, the spacecraft that flew the first humans to walk on the moon was purposely kept away from the public. on its first return to the city in 48 years, the apollo 11 command module will be available for all to see. columbia, the nasa capsule that carried neil armstrong, buzz aldrin and michael collins to the moon and back in 1969, is the centerpiece of the smithsonian's "destination moon: the apollo 11 mission" traveling exhibit. the vehicle and 20 other artifacts from the first lunar landing will debut on saturday (oct. 14) at space center houston, the visitor center for nasa's johnson space center in texas. "our guests will be the first to trace the steps of the first voyage to [land humans on] the moon in this spectacular new exhibit," said wi






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on a mission: restoration to return nasa mission control room to apollo glory


for 50 years, nasa's mission control has undergone a number of upgrades, improving technologies that support humans in space. the facility's next revision though, is focused on the opposite: reversing the changes to its most historic room.






president trump directs nasa to return to the moon, then aim for mars


president donald trump signed his administration's first space policy directive today (dec. 11), which formally directs nasa to focus on returning humans to the moon.






nasa's exploration mission 1: a step-by-step return to the moon in pictures


nasa is getting ready to send humans back to the moon again, through an uncrewed test of its orion spacecraft in deep space. here are the key steps of exploration mission 1.






“we should not talk about jobs being lost but people suffering,” says kasparov o


how can humans stay ahead of an ever growing machine intelligence? “i think the challenge for us is to always be creative,” says former world chess champion garry kasparov, speaking on stage here at techcrunch disrupt new york.it’s twenty years since kasparov lost to deep blue, ibm’s supercomputer. the 1997 ai stress test equivalent of deepmind’s alphago beating lee sedol last year.“i would remind people that i won the first match,” quipped kasparov when the historic defeat was brought up.“there are certain things that we can do that machines are not at all going to be able to replicate,” he said. “it’s things like love, emotions, passions… one of the rules is anything that we know how we do machines can do it. but there’s so many things that we do that we don’t know how we do — and that’s






here are 25 commonly accepted ‘facts’ that are just total bullsh*t


there are scientific facts that most of us accept as true. the earth is round. check. e=mc squared. check. humans evolved from apes. not exactly.it might come as a surprise that science doesn’t necessarily back many scientific “facts.” here are 25 facts that ain’t necessarily so.1. humans evolved from apes.evangelicals will be relieved to note that humans did not evolve from apes. of course, that has never been the scientific claim that human evolution is based on. humans and apes (chimps, most closely) share almost identical dna (98.8% the same). what this means is that somewhere down the line, humans and apes shared a common ancestor, some of whose offspring evolved, over millions of years, into today’s apes, and some of whose offspring evolved, over millions of years, into us.2. milk bu






2017 humans to mars summit


the 2017 humans to mars summit kicks off today (may 9), and you can watch the conference live in the window below, beginning at 8:30 a.m. edt (1230 gmt): you can also watch the webcast here: https://livestream.com/viewnow/humanstomars2017 the humans to mars summit, which is organized by the nonprofit explore mars, brings together scientists, engineers, nasa officials, policy experts and other people interested in putting boots on the red planet. this year's conference features presentations by acting nasa chief robert lightfoot, former agency chief scientist ellen stofan, apollo 11 moonwalker buzz aldrin and many others. you can see the conference agenda here: https://h2m.exploremars.orgfollow us @spacedotcom, facebook and google+. original article on space.com.






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the life motto that deserves its own t-shirt


dear amy: i have a new colleague who recently moved from another division at our company into mine. she is now working as the program coordinator for our team of eight colleagues.she is very accommodating to everyone, has a great attitude and is very adept at her job. i like working with her! she has told me that some of our colleagues have given her the cold shoulder and have been very unfriendly/difficult to work with.recently, she found out that she was not invited to a birthday party that other team members attended. another invitation e up for a wedding shower/luncheon of a teammate, and she wasn’t included.i have been on the receiving end of this kind of behavior from colleagues at previous workplaces who intentionally exclude you, are unkind, etc. this is very discouraging behavior