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The first forensics tools for catching revenge porn and fake news created with AI have been developed through a program run by the US Defense Department. The most common technique for generating fake videos involves using machine...

source: MIT Technology Review

Researchers say they’ve invented a replacement for this polluting item: A completely compostable, flexible film made from a mix of two natural ingredients–shellfish and tree fibers. Writing in ACS Chemistry & Engineering,...

source: Anthropocene Magazine

More than 30 million people a year visit Washington's museums, but how many know about the city's "accidental museum?" Its "exhibits" are on display all around us, but most people walk by them without noticing. The accidental museum [is]...

source: WAMU

"One Step Away," a new exhibit at the Portland Art Museum, is a focused look at the compound and growing issue of housing insecurity in the city. Personal objects and individual testimonies make up the exhibition, and each is an account of lived experience with homelessness....

source: The Skanner

She's smart, she's sassy, and she uses artworks at the Akron Art Museum to get you talking with your friends about art and life and the connections between the two. Meet Dot, the museum's new chatbot digital tour guide. She's...

source: Cleveland.com

In recent years, a number of museums around the country, as well as in Balboa Park, have embarked upon journeys to "decolonize" both their collections and their messaging. Locally, this means changing not only how the story of San Diego's past is told, but also who tells...

source: San Diego City Beat


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