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High risk of rip currents, chance of storms today in Charleston

There's a 40 percent chance for rain Tuesday before 1 p.m., with mostly cloudy skies, a high near 55 and north winds at 5 to 10 miles per hour. Tuesday morning's steady rain will taper off to rain showers for afternoon into night, the National Weather Service said.

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Coachella 2017 Live Stream Will Be Available On YouTube

That's not all. A 360-degree mode is also going to be offered for select performances so that viewers can get a more immersive feel of the proceedings. Also being offered is the ability create a personalized viewing schedule which will prompt live stream channels to automatically change to your artist favorites.

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Netflix is looking for a thumbs-up as star ratings fade away

Netflix ratings are still the same in that they are based on viewer habits, not popularity. In a latest update, the traditional star-rating system has now been replaced with a thumbs up and thumbs down styled Netflix ratings system. Netflix released a video explaining the new rating system, which is pretty similar to dating apps like Tinder. This means the platform wasn't using the five stars to convey average ratings, which we've become very acquainted with.

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Elon Musk's latest target: Brain-computer interfaces

Using something that Mr. Musk has called "neural lace" technology, the cortical interface might first help. He reasoned that even a benign situation with ultra-intelligent AI would put people so far beneath the machine they would be "like a house cat".

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Tiny fish foils predators by injecting them with opioid venom

In the biodiverse realm of coral reefs, other species also "mimic" the fang blenny - developing similar striped patterns and bright colours that may fool predators into thinking that they too are opioid-laced. Dr. Casewell explained that opioids fight pain. "It's unlikely that they would relieve pain when we're bitten by a fish because they can't get into the brain that way".

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Google's plan to root out hateful videos with artificial intelligence

Following the backlash, Google responded by changing their policies towards advertisers along the more control of where their ads appear and promising to train their artificial intelligence better to detect extreme, racist or controversial videos.


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