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Many people who are old enough to have accomplished the first moon landing will vividly bethink what it was like watching Neil Armstrong utter his famous quote: “That’s one small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind.”. Half a aeon later, the event is still one of the top achievements of humankind. Despite the rapid abstruse advances since then, astronauts haven’t absolutely been back to the moon since 1972.

Last week I read an commodity about CRISPR, the latest tool scientists are using to edit DNA. It was a great piece – well researched, beautifully written, actually accurate. It covered some of the amazing projects scientist are alive on using CRISPR, like bringing animals back from afterlife and curing diseases. It also gave me the heebies, but not for the reason you might expect.

Deepfake videos are hard for green eyes to detect because they can be quite realistic. Whether used as claimed weapons of revenge, to dispense banking markets or to destabilize all-embracing relations, videos depicting people doing and saying things they never did or said are a axiological threat to the longstanding idea that “seeing is believing.” Not anymore.

Nintendo this week appear the Switch Lite, a handheld-only adaptation of the Switch with a slimmer form. Naturally, the admittance of this new Switch into Nintendo’s stable begs the catechism of what place the admirable 3DS has in the new family. Is the 3DS about to exit the stage. I would say maybe… but the Switch still has a long way to go.