AI algorithm that deciphers the meaning of a baby's cry created by scientists
A team of scientists have created technology which can read baby cries and decipher-to an extent-the meaning behind them. Cries contain crucial information about a baby's well-being, therefore being able to accurately recognize them has important implications for the field of medicine, and indeed society as a whole, the researchers say.
I Can't Stop Drinking Out of This Temperature-Regulating Mug
My daily coffee routine goes something like this: I arrive at the office, drop my bag next to my desk, grab my mug, and head to the kitchen. I fill it to the brim with the delicious Stumptown brews WIRED provides and bring it back to my desk.
The real threat to Facebook is the Kool-Aid turning sour
Who wants to work on a weapon? These kinds of leaks didn't happen when I started reporting on Facebook eight years ago. It was a tight-knit cult convinced of its mission to connect everyone, but with the discipline of a military unit where everyone knew loose lips sink ships.
Texas Democrats Surge to Polls, in Show of Anti-Trump Sentiment
The progressive Laura Moser made the May 22 runoff despite a late attempt by the House Democratic campaign arm to derail her candidacy. Ms. Moser, an author and an organizer, trailed Lizzie Pannill Fletcher, a lawyer, but Ms. Fletcher failed to garner 50 percent of the vote, so they will face off again in a race that will be something of a proxy battle between the moderate and more liberal...
Snapchat redesign is here to stay despite 1.2m signature petition against it
Snapchat has said its redesign is here to stay, in spite of a petition from more than 1.2 million users begging the company to reconsider and celebrities such as Kylie Jenner abandoning the platform. "We completely understand the new Snapchat has felt uncomfortable for many," the company said in response to the petition.