Smart home: The best automation devices – and how to use them

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Ai-Da: Robot artist’s self-portraits on display at the Design Museum

The work will be on show until 29 August.
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10-billion-year-old red giant stars help researchers understand how our Galaxy evolved

The stars reveal information about the early Milky Way, before its collision with a satellite galaxy called Gaia-Enceladus around 10 billion years ago.
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Smart home: The best automation devices – and how to use them

We answer some of the common questions around the smart home.
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A global journey deep into the Earth's past
What would it be like to see prehistoric animals as they lived and breathed? Dean R. Lomax examines fifty of the most astonishing fossils ever found and reveals a unique story each one tells about prehistoric life. Locked in Time allows us to see that fossils are not just inanimate objects: they can record the life stories of creatures as fully alive as any today. Striking and scientifically rigorous illustrations by renowned paleoartist Bob Nicholls bring these breathtaking moments to life.
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Ghost stars: The radical theory that could solve the mystery of dark matter

Mysterious discoveries around the globe have opened up a tantalising possibility: the cosmos could be full of ghostly stars that are invisible to our most sensitive detectors.
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Is AI sexist and racist?

From facial recognition to digital assistants - AI is all around us.
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