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August 01, 2019

TECH

 

Let Them Read Your Mind

Facebook has announced that they will begin more experiments to drive the creation of a device that would allow people to type just by thinking! Facebook hopes it will pave the way for a "fully non-invasive, wearable device" that can process 100 words per minute, though many are concerned with the ethics of such devices and developments in society. Meanwhile, Elon Musk's Neuralink company has applied to US regulators for permission to start testing its own brain-hacking device on humans.

BBC

HEALTH


Just Another Diet Tip?

Looking for another way to get healthy? Here’s a tip: keep eating three meals a day, but only eat between 8 AM and 2 PM. According to a study, lining up eating hours with your circadian rhythm can help with weight loss. This works as a form of appetite suppression, which maximizes energy in the daytime and reduces cravings, leading people to snack less and do more during active hours. It’s a bit more extreme than cutting down on midnight snacking, but maybe it’s worth a try?

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ENTERTAINMENT


Reigning in a Dark Horse

Katy Perry is on the hook for copyright infringement for her song “Dark Horse”, but not for the hook. The beat is the culprit here, with the jury ruling that Perry and collaborators Juicy J, Dr. Luke, Max Martin, and Cirkut are all guilty of copyright. The lawsuit, filed by Christian rapper Flame, alleged that Perry her team stole the beat from his hit song “Joyful Noise”, a single from his Grammy-nominated 2008 album, “Our World: Redeemed”. The jury agreed, and we are now waiting to see how much the team behind “Dark Horse” will have to pay up for their copyright infringement charge. Can you hear the difference?

NPR
(I bet she feels like a plastic bag right about now)

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