Glaze, developed by computer scientists at the UChicago, is a groundbreaking software designed to protect artists from AI-generated plagiarism.
Month: July 2023
Animated series The Dragon Prince surprised fans last weekend with a stealth release of its fifth season, which returns the show to a storytelling quality that some felt was lacking in its previous installment.
The International Olympic Committee announced July 13 that Russia and Belarus would not be invited to the Paris Olympics, but neutral athletes from both can still qualify for some sports.
Here are the top six hair accessories you need for this summer (not to say that you cannot also wear them in the fall).
Japanese anime legend Hayao Miyazaki’s much-anticipated final film, “The Boy and the Heron,” is set to make its North American premiere at the 48th Toronto International Film Festival. This long-awaited feature, released earlier in Japan under the title “How Do You Live?”, showcases Miyazaki’s unparalleled storytelling and hand-drawn animation, captivating audiences with a tale of […]
Sea Silk: The Rarest Fabric You’ve Never Heard Of.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) recent approval of Opill, a non-prescription oral contraceptive, is set to revolutionize birth control access in the United States. Manufactured by Perrigo Co., Opill is a progestin-only pill expected to be available in early 2024. This landmark decision has generated both excitement and apprehension, as it offers increased […]
Eleven times in 17 months. That’s how fast the Federal Reserve has hiked its overnight bank lending rate, which directly or indirectly affects many consumer rates. The Fed’s aggressive campaign is intended to beat down inflation. And it may be working. Based on the latest reading, inflation as measured by the Consumer Price Index grew […]
In a highly anticipated House Oversight subcommittee hearing, retired Maj. David Grusch, a former Air Force intelligence officer, provided testimony that shed light on a secretive program supposedly dedicated to retrieving and reverse-engineering unidentified flying objects (UFOs) or Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAPs). The hearing generated significant bipartisan interest, centering around the government’s approach to UAPs, […]
There’s been a slight change that has made a big difference in how consumers will see eggs at the grocery store.
Thousands of beauty parlors across Afghanistan closed down permanently on Tuesday.
A Matrioshka film whose layered narrative tells a story of control, chaos, and acceptance – in the most quintessentially Wes Anderson visual style to date.