Colorado college students were secretly used to train facial recognition
It started in 2012 with funding from US military and intelligence services.
Parents may be able to spot ear infections with a paper cone and an app
It uses a smartphone and a paper funnel to detect fluid buildup.
Putting eyes on a donation jar made people more charitable
The experiment found a 48 percent increase in giving.
Researchers find Twitter is good for amplifying lies
Nearly a third of media tweets about Trump’s statements include false info.
Meal kits might be better for the planet than a trip to the store
A study found meal kits could reduce emissions by as much as two kilograms per meal.
Researchers blame YouTube for the rise in Flat Earthers
Viewers are falling down conspiracy theory rabbit holes.
Study says 37 percent of Americans have faced 'severe' online harassment
Hate speech was all too common as well.
DVRs aren't the ad-killer everyone thinks
Nor do Tivo-type boxes reduce how much viewers watch live TV, a study found.
Cord cutting has grown by 50 percent in the last eight years
16 million US homeowners have now cut the cord.