Accounts that use a mix of human direction and automation point to the continuous evolution of misinformation strategies.
Researchers have claimed that the study published in July 'strongly overestimates' the impact of restoring forests.
The feature was unveiled during an event in Sao Paulo, Brazil, earlier this month and may be rolled out in other regions down the road.
NASA announced five companies that are newly eligible to deliver robotic payloads to the lunar surface for the agency.
Red tide killed thousands of tons of marine life including sea turtles, manatees and dolphins last year.
The Facebook team tasked with fighting nonconsensual intimate images spoke for the first time about their research, early missteps and hopes for AI.
As protesters turn to Telegram for more than just organizing, they're also at risk of efforts to infiltrate their groups given the movement's reliance on the app.
As climate change causes sea levels in Venice — and across the planet — to inch higher, scientists say catastrophic floods could become more severe and more frequent.
British scientists have developed moving three-dimensional images with sound and touch sensations based on a tiny plastic bead moved at high speeds.
While these groups have been under pressure from authorities, they have so far been successful in sidestepping Facebook's broader crackdown on health misinformation.
Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot said the company offered the ministers money to convince her to stop a plan to increase flat fees on ride shares in downtown.
The unexpected discovery has major implications for long-duration space missions, including trips to Mars.
Groypers, as they call themselves, fuse online political extremism with stunts at conservative events.
Though some seasonal variation is natural with the jet stream, there are some indications that climate change is affecting the waviness of these air currents.
After a gigantic promotion, followed by an epic fail, is Disney+ already a victim of its own success?
Although it's just 270 miles across — about as big as Alabama — the asteroid Hygeia has surprised astronomers by being round.
Tech critics aren't keen on the idea, pointing to a history of using automated systems that end up discriminating against already-marginalized groups.
"Reforestation needs to be part of the solution if we're going to succeed, but we need to understand that trees everywhere isn't always a good thing," one researcher said.
By midcentury, troops could face an extra month of heat-index temperatures above 100 F every year, the Union of Concerned Scientists found.
Skywatchers around the world have the opportunity to witness a rare astronomical event Monday that occurs just 13 times each century.
The automated car lacked "the capability to classify an object as a pedestrian unless that object was near a crosswalk," an NTSB report said.
Minors on Instagram are switching to business accounts so they can see how many people view their posts, but they are exposing their contact details in the process.
The study adds to growing research that global warming is having some unexpected impacts on animal and human health.