Artificial Intelligence Threatens Millions Of Jobs, But It's A Technology Where Latinos Are Not Far Behind
A recent AI study commissioned by Intuit QuickBooks found that 86% of 1,000 Hispanic and Latino respondents use artificial intelligence in their work, and 38% say they use it daily.
The National Space Administration is inviting the public to sign a poem by Mexican-American laureate poet Ada Limón that will fly aboard Europa Clipper.
X-class flares are the most powerful explosions in the solar system and have the capability to generate long-lasting radiation storms.
Researchers have made a ground-breaking discovery: an epilepsy medication that costs $3 a pill may be used to "switch off" the symptoms of autism in mice.
Given the shifting environment surrounding unidentified flying objects (UFOs), or Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAP) as the United States call these items, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) will conduct a "full force" investigation into thousands of such encounters.
Wooly mammoths, an extinct ancestor of the elephant, are the focus of science firm Colossal, which plans to use genetic engineering to resurrect the species.
Alien civilizations could be getting energy from black holes using megastructures called Dyson spheres and make civilizations.
Unfortunately, the crabs gets "sexually excited" by a chemical contained in the trash.
Several government officials renewed mask mandates, and distancing, while encouraging Americans to get vaccinated as deaths from COVID-19 rise in some U.S. states and globally.
A 51-year-old man in Japan had a stroke while masturbating, but he initially thought it was just an excruciating headache and vomiting.
While the assumption was that space radiation would destroy sperm making breeding impossible, new analysis proved otherwise.
National Geographic finally recognized Southern Ocean around Antarctica as the world's fifth ocean.
The possibilities were suggested after an uptick in the death toll was expected in the forthcoming space mission that’s taking place after a span of 60 years.
Chicago-based celebrity chef Homaro Cantu, known for blending food and science as a way to eliminate hunger in the world, was found dead from apparent suicide. May he RIP.
NASA on Monday showed off the first high-resolution, color portrait images taken by the Mars rover Curiosity, detailing a mound of layered rock where scientists plan to focus their search for the chemical ingredients of life on the Red Planet.
The Mars rover Curiosity zapped its first rock on Sunday with a high-powered laser gun designed to analyze Martian mineral content, and scientists declared their target practice a success.