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UK-UA TechBridge Memorandum Signed at Web Summit 2023

The Web Summit 2023 in Lisbon was a significant event for Ukraine’s tech industry. Drawing…

China’s AI Boom Exploits Vocational Students for Data Annotation

China’s surge in the AI sector reveals a disturbing truth: its progress depends on overworked,…

Invasive Species Cost $423 Billion Annually Study Finds

Thousands of foreign plant and animal species have hitchhiked their way to new parts of…

Stanford Engineers Study the Use of Plastic Waste to Build Roads 

The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine (NASEM) sponsored a white paper in which…

COP28: Fossil Fuel Lobbyists Required to Disclose Identities at Climate Conference

To address the growing influence of fossil fuel lobbyists, the annual World Climate Conference (COP28)…

Australia Legalizes MDMA and Magic Mushrooms for Mental Health Treatment

Australia is the first country in the world to legalize the clinical prescription of MDMA and psilocybin for mental health treatments.

Moths: Nocturnal Insects are the Hidden Champions of Pollination, Study Reveals

When the shadow of night falls over rooftops, moths navigate through the dark, following the fragrance of night-blooming flowers.

Aerial Archaeology: Drones Discover 7,000-Year-Old Cave Paintings in Spain

In Alicante’s Penàguila municipality, a group of historians used drone technology to explore areas that were previously inaccessible.

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Global Slavery Index 2023 Reveals the Human Cost of Tech 

“Each day, people are tricked, coerced, or forced into exploitative situations that they cannot refuse…

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Study Shows Dwindling Freshwater Reserves in Lakes Worldwide

New study shows that half of the world’s largest lakes are losing significant amounts of water, often due to human influence.