The world's eyes are on Italy this weekend as the country looks poised to elect its most hard-right government since the fascist regime of World War II—which could cause some major international turmoil.
Barbarian added 550 theaters in its third weekend and earned another $1.43 million (-28%).
Internet service in Iran tumbled to nearly 0% after the protests began, according to data from NetBlocks.
The 'controversial' Florence Pugh-starring and Olivia Wilde-directed thriller should earn over/under $23 million in its opening weekend.
Serie A giant Juventus released the consolidated financial statements for the 2021/22 period, highlighting a record-high loss of €254.3 million.
Top insights for leaders under 30, based on the forthcoming Leading from the Edge.
A look at his prospects after his fall in disgrace from a pinnacle of fame and achievement.
Mike Ozanian and Rick Ungar discuss the future political implications of Obama's win.
Throughout this election, social media has had its fun - from Big Bird to 'Binders Full of Women.'
Forbes' Jeff Bercovici talks about elections coverage.
When Vladimir Putin declared the partial call-up of military reservists on September 21, in a desperate effort to try to turn his long and brutal war in Ukraine in Russia’s favor, he kicked off another, parallel battle: one to convince the Russian people of the merits and risks of conscription. And this one is being…To the naked eye, organoids aren’t much to look at. They’re basically tiny blobs. Closer inspection reveals their true complexity: these lab-grown balls of cells can resemble miniature organs. So far, organoids have mostly been used for research. But teams have started transplanting them into animals with the hope of curing disease. Humans are next—albeit…This is today’s edition of The Download, our weekday newsletter that provides a daily dose of what’s going on in the world of technology. The YouTube baker fighting back against deadly “craft hacks” Ann Reardon is probably the last person whose content you’d expect to be banned from YouTube. A former Australian youth worker and a mother…Ann Reardon is probably the last person whose content you’d expect to be banned from YouTube. A former Australian youth worker and a mother of three, she has her own cookbook, has baked for the BBC, and once made a coin-size apple pie for two baby chicks. Since 2011 she’s been using her YouTube channel…The trick to making a good AI-powered chatbot might be to have humans tell it how to behave—and force the model to back up its claims using the internet, according to a new paper by Alphabet-owned AI lab DeepMind. In a new non-peer-reviewed paper out today, the team unveils Sparrow, an AI chatbot that is…
Source: MIT Technology Review