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Cyclists tempted to display a middle finger as a gesture to motorists who make life difficult for them may like to slip on Ford's new "Emoji Jacket" which can share emotions through facial expressions on their back.
The idea that animals can experience love was once anathema to the psychologists who studied them, seen as a case of putting sentimentality before scientific rigor.
In a world that relies on people having smartphones – from work emails to cashless businesses – developing an addiction to your device is becoming increasingly difficult. While some think it's only a mental issue, a new study suggests that this constant usage physically affects your brain the same way drug addiction does.
There's a song for every mood and occasion, isn't there? But, why is it that we feel what we feel when listening to certain music or songs? Why do some songs make us happy, emotional, and so forth? Well, we may have finally an answer to these questions, courtesy of Artificial Intelligence.
As the viral infections spread across the globe, everybody has to make a decision: How worried should I be about getting infected, and what should I do about it?
You may not have been exposed to the new coronavirus yet, but you’ve almost certainly been exposed to an adjacent contagion. Maybe you’ve even helped spread it.
At a time when most of us are looking for updates and helpful information on the novel coronavirus, anyone with a smartphone would do well to be sceptical about anything coming in by email or messenger app.
The coronavirus pandemic is leading to information overload for many people, often making it difficult to separate fact from fiction and rumour from deliberate efforts to mislead.
Robots are expected to demonstrate their value for "dirty and dangerous" medical tasks in the fight to quell the coronavirus pandemic, researchers said March 25.
At first blush, this coronavirus pandemic would seem to be social media’s moment. Social distancing has us stuck in our homes, cut off from family and friends, trying to work, parent or – blessed be – both, and most of all trying to keep up with the avalanche of information coming out every day about Covid-19.