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How Octavia E. Butler mined her boundless curiosity to forge a...

Alyssa Collins, University of South Carolina In 2021, Alyssa Collins was awarded a yearlong Octavia E. Butler Fellowship from...

Can Bionic Reading make you a speed reader? Not so fast

Lauren M. Singer Trakhman, University of Maryland What if something as simple as bolding parts of a word could...

How many bots are on Twitter? The question is difficult to...

Kai-Cheng Yang, Indiana University and Filippo Menczer, Indiana University Twitter reports that fewer than 5% of accounts are fakes...

Elon Musk’s plans for Twitter could make its misinformation problems worse

Anjana Susarla, Michigan State University Elon Musk, the world’s richest person, acquired Twitter in...

Can you truly own anything in the metaverse? A law professor...

João Marinotti, Indiana University In 2021, an investment firm bought 2,000 acres of real estate for about US$4 million....

How hypersonic missiles work and the unique threats they pose –...

Iain Boyd, University of Colorado Boulder Russia used a hypersonic missile against a Ukrainian arms depot in the western...

Why ‘bad’ ads appear on ‘good’ websites – a computer scientist...

Eric Zeng, University of Washington Sketchy ads, like those for miracle weight loss pills and suspicious-looking software, sometimes appear...

Your digital footprints are more than a privacy risk – they...

Ravi Sen, Texas A&M University When you use the internet, you leave behind a trail of data, a set...

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