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Scientists aren’t always right, and new evidence can always emerge to disprove a theory. Still, philosophy helps explain why there is good reason for us to trust science regardless.
Research shows new tech announcements have a real, immediate impact on the economy. How can we apply this to economic news.
A major review found specific supplements or food components were unlikely to lead to significant improvements in stiffness, pain and function.
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A newcomer to the Artificial Intelligence art market, Stable Diffusion, can create images almost indistinguishable from human artwork.
A lack of data prevents governments and agri-food organizations from knowing what kinds of supports should be provided to reinvigorate Indigenous agricultural economies
Workplaces can help promote exercise, but job conditions remain a major hurdle
Many trials are taking place, but they need a reality check.
From initial coin offerings that are totally fake to fraudsters demanding payments in crypto, scams involving cryptocurrencies are on the rise. Two experts explain why – and how to protect yourself.