Artificial Intelligence Grants Insight Into Galactic Evolution

Image source: YouTube/Hubble Space Telescope In the past few years, the field of artificial intelligence has exploded with huge leaps and bounds of progress. Scientists have now found a way to take an intelligent AI and use it to analyze images of distant galaxies – revealing key information about galactic evolution. When we learn more […]

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The ‘Avengers: Infinity War’ cast unanimously confirmed which actor can’t be trusted with spoilers

Robert Downey Jr., Zoe Saldana, Paul Bettany, Pom Klementieff, and Tom Holland of Marvel’s “Avengers: Infinity War” were on ABC’s “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” Monday night. When host Jimmy Kimmel asked who was the “least trustworthy,” the cast unanimously pointed at Holland, who plays Spider-Man. “Snitches end up in ditches,” Bettany said. “The American version of […]

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Lower government borrowing doesn’t prove austerity has been a success

In a system of privatised Keynesianism, households are being forced to borrow more as the government borrows less. After nearly a decade of austerity, the Conservatives are loudly proclaiming its triumph. For the first time in 16 years, the UK has achieved a current budget surplus. Total borrowing (£42.6bn) is at its lowest level for […]

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Spotify just unveiled a new free version of its mobile app — here’s your first look at all the changes (SPOT)

Spotify on Tuesday unveiled a new free version of its mobile app. The app now gives non-paying users more control over their music by letting them listen to playlists in any order. Spotify’s smartphone app was previously limited to shuffle mode for those not paying for the Premium tier. Spotify has redesigned its mobile app […]

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North Korea’s nuclear test site is still ‘fully operational,’ watchdog says

North Korea’s primary nuclear test site remains “fully operational” and could be used for further testing in the future, according to a report released Monday. Monday’s report comes after North Korean leader Kim Jong Un made the announcement on April 20 that his regime would cease its nuclear and long-range missile tests and close the […]

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How should Canada’s political parties deal with their mavericks?

Canada’s three major political parties all dealt with internal discipline issues in their own unique style recently. In this video, National Post columnist John Ivison explains what it means for next year’s election. Listen in on the politics chat going on in dark corners of Ottawa bars with the National Post’s Speakeasy series. Each week […]

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After Toronto van attack kills 10, Trudeau says Canadians ‘cannot choose to live in fear’

TORONTO — Candles, flowers and messages of support are being left this morning at the site of a van attack that killed 10 people and injured 15 others. The memorial was set up on the east side of Yonge just below Finch where the deadly incident took place Monday afternoon. Police have not yet released […]

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Fintech deals see record numbers in Q1 2018 – with emerging markets leading the way

This story was delivered to Business Insider Intelligence “Fintech Briefing” subscribers. To learn more and subscribe, please click here. Global VC-backed fintech funding saw a record-breaking number of deals in Q1 2018, with 323 fintechs securing funding, up from 286 in Q4 2017, according to CB Insights. This amounted to overall funding of $5.4 billion, […]

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‘Always smiling’: Anne Marie D’Amico named as one of 10 victims of Toronto van attack

One of the 10 victims of Toronto’s attack has been identified as Anne Marie D’Amico, a woman those who knew her described as a “star” on social media. D’Amico was an employee of U.S. based investment management firm Invesco Canada, president Peter Intraligi confirmed in a statement to the Post. “Our thoughts and prayers continue […]

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