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Scientists At MIT Have Developed Color-Changing Tattoos Which Monitor Health

Researchers at the Massechecets Institute of Technology have developed a new tattoo ink.  The ink alters it’s color to reflect the changing levels of sodium or blood sugar in the body and can be used to monitor health. Using a newly developed ink containing “biosensors,” rather than traditional tattoo ink, creating interactive tattoos may possible in…

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MIT Creates Brutal AI That Can Beat Humans at Video Games and Learns on Its Own

The world was shocked in 1996 when the Deep Blue supercomputer beat Garry Kasparov, a world-class chess champion, at one of the most sophisticated strategy games ever devised. In retrospect however, it seems laughable that anyone was surprised by this development. Although chess is a sophisticated game, it’s also the perfect game for a computer.…

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Soon People Will Be Swallowing Tiny Ingestible Robots for Tummy Aches

Remember the “plop plop fizz fizz” commercials for Alka Seltzer back in the day? Many people won’t. Well, just imagine what the commercials of the not-too-distant future are about to look like for MIT’s new ingestible tummy robots. (Robot at right in artificial silicon test stomach – AP Photo/Elise Amendola) The robots, made from pig…

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MIT Lecture Asks “Is Islamophobia Accelerating Global Warming?”

To social justice warriors, racism is the ultimate sin. It’s unforgivable. Unless you don’t know you’re a racist. That’s okay because everyone is a racist, and they just haven’t learned to check their privilege yet. Except for minorities. They’re not capable of being racist. Unless of course a person of minority persuasion doesn’t believe in…

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