25 is average ‘golden age’ when humans can outsmart computers, says study

25 is average ‘golden age’ when humans can outsmart computers, says study

Twenty-five, on average, is the golden age when humans can outsmart computers in generating seemingly random patterns. Twenty-five, on average, is the golden age when humans can outsmart computers in generating seemingly random patterns, according to a new study. People’s...
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Borna Coric downs second-seeded Albert Ramos-Vinolas to reach semi-finals in Morocco

Borna Coric downs second-seeded Albert Ramos-Vinolas to reach semi-finals in Morocco

Borna Coric, advancing to his first ATP semifinal since this clay event last year, broke Ramos-Vinolas three times to prevail in 2 1/2 hours. Borna Coric of Croatia rallied past second-seeded Albert Ramos-Vinolas of Spain 4-6, 6-4, 6-4 to reach...
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An apple a day keeps diabetes away

An apple a day keeps diabetes away

Add fresh fruits to your diet if you want to get rid of diabetes. You may want to add fresh fruits to your diet as according to a recent study, the greater the consumption, the lower is the incidence of...
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Windows 10 Creators Update Starts Rolling Out Globally: Here’s How to Download, What’s New, and More

Windows 10 Creators Update Starts Rolling Out Globally: Here’s How to Download, What’s New, and More

As expected, the Windows 10 Creators Update global rollout has now begun, bringing improvements to Edge, Cortana, a new Night Light feature, a new Game Mode, and much more. This roll out is set to be pushed in batches to...
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Facebook to Offer Free Version of Workplace, Its Team Collaboration Tool

Facebook to Offer Free Version of Workplace, Its Team Collaboration Tool

In a tough challenge to team collaboration tool Slack, Facebook has announced it will offer a version of Workplace for free. Workplace, Facebook’s messaging service for businesses, is one of the many products used by businesses to chat and share...
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Tim Berners-Lee Slams UK, US Calls to Weaken Encryption

British web pioneer Tim Berners-Lee on Tuesday slammed as a “bad idea” recent calls in Britain and the United States to weaken cyber encryption. “I know that if you’re trying to catch terrorists it’s really tempting to demand to b...
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