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Early signs of Orthrus Covid variant
What are the symptoms to look out for? As the UK Health Security Agency says new Covid-19 variant Orthrus accounts for nearly a quarter of coronavirus cases in England. ChatGPT: Recruitment team used AI ChatGPT for job application - interview with the boss, Neil Taylor of Schwa. Plus, Spotify music analysed in a sleep study included Ed Sheeran and BTS, could they help more than baby lullabies?
Also in this episode:
-Over 250 dinosaur eggs found in India!
-Microsoft to cull 10,000 jobs in US spending cuts
-End of range anxiety? EV taxi company in Nottingham test wireless charging
-Call of Duty: Warzone 2 and Modern Warfare 2 update leak latest
-Netflix takes off with private cabin crew job offer.
Moon’s new 'potential water source'
Signs of water found thanks to tiny glass beads on the lunar surface. THAT pope picture - real or fake? Five planets visible to the naked eye. The beavers being reintroduced to a stately home. In this episode:Planetary science expert Mahesh Anand explains moon water discoveryUK space sector boosts income by £1billionStudy reveals how face transplant patient recognises new appearance as their ownClimate groups pledge a “tidal wave” of action if Rosebank oil field is approvedBrain discovery ‘aids understanding’ of high blood pressure link to dementiaFollow us on Twitter #TechScienceDaily
AI ChatGPT is a danger to these jobs
OpenAI’s list of jobs at risk of being ‘impacted’ by ChatGPT. Expert explains the risks behind banning nitrous oxide. Reports Apple staff aren’t convinced by their AR headset. How other people’s body odour can help treat social anxiety. In this episode:University College London Professor Sunjeev Kamboj talks nitrous oxide banBritish Starlink competitor OneWeb completes space internet projectBodies of people with mental illness ‘biologically older than their actual age’Twitter claims parts of its source code have been leakedUsers set to lose their blue ticks from AprilFollow us on Twitter #TechScienceDaily
Mystery of Oumuamua ‘alien spaceship’ solved
Research by the University of California, Berkeley and Cornell University sheds new light on how the interstellar flying object, which is about a quarter of a mile long, propelled itself. World’s first 3D-printed rocket launch - how did it go? Social media spreads deepfakes of Trump’s ‘arrest’. Mind-controlled robot soldier dogs trialled by army. Also in this episode:King Charles post-coronation visitors: Take your socks off to protect floorCancer cells being sent to space for brain tumour researchSchool vape detectors triggered 22 times dailyNew row over ancient Stone Henge’s purpose.