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Between 01-Sep-21 12:00 AM and 01-Oct-21 12:00 AM
CurbShifter 10-Sep-21 11:02 AM
When Facebook purchased WhatsApp for $19 billion in 2014, both companies assured users that their data would be private, but reporters for ProPublica found that the claims were not true.
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CurbShifter 11-Sep-21 06:22 PM
things are getting pretty crazy, fast
❤️ Check out Perceptilabs and sign up for a free demo here: 📝 The paper "Evaluating Large Language Models Trained on Code" is available here: Codex tweet/application links: Explaining code: Pong game: https://tw...
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Black Sails 🏴 14-Sep-21 12:23 AM
Quick update on the evolving irrationality of our viral issue - couple of links below that were mentioned - - DOWNLOAD IT HERE to share across platforms: Revealing talk on one major reason WHY science died in early 2020: Also ...
Atomatik 16-Sep-21 05:43 AM
This post was updated on 6/29/21 to more accurately describe how New York is running its voluntary vaccine passport programThe State of California recently released what it calls a “Digital COVID-19 Vaccine Record.” It is part of that state’s recent easing of public health rules on masking within...
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Dinglebob 22-Sep-21 07:03 PM
False Negative Rates (FNRs) interquartile range for covid PCR tests was from 0,8 to 4% in this meta analysis.
Background Large-scale testing for SARS-CoV-2 by RT-PCR is a key element of the response to COVID-19, but little attention has been paid to the potential frequency and impacts of false positives. Methods From a meta-analysis of external quality assessments of RT-PCR assays of RNA viruses, we derived a conservative estimate of the range of false...
CurbShifter 24-Sep-21 04:14 PM
A nanobot picks up a lazy sperm by the tail and inseminates an egg with it, by the German Institute for Integrative Nanosciences.
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Liberty 26-Sep-21 08:02 PM
CurbShifter 26-Sep-21 08:19 PM
all i got is a gif 🤷‍♂️ would like to see a paper
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