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Online learning: Campus 2.0
Mapping brain activity at scale with cluster computing
Open journals that piggyback on arXiv gather momentum
Future e-access to the primary literature
Future e-access to the primary literature
When Allegory Replaces Rational Thought, Science had Better Watch Out
What Price Free?
Publishers Irritated by Google's Digital Library
Science in the Web Age: Joint Efforts
Internet Encyclopaedias go Head to Head
Nature Medicine 2.0
How to stop blogging
The chips are down for Moore’s law
Radical open-access plan could spell end to journal subscriptions
Open peer review finds more takers
US court grants Elsevier millions in damages from Sci-Hub
The digital native is a myth
Scientists rise up against statistical significance
Memory editing from science fiction to clinical practice
A critique of pure learning and what artificial neural networks can learn from animal brains
Survival: the first 3.8 billion years
Rise of the platforms
Information gerrymandering in social networks skews collective decision-making
Five ways to ensure that models serve society: a manifesto
Third-order nanocircuit elements for neuromorphic engineering
Facial recognition technology can expose political orientation from naturalistic facial images
Tips for collaborating with scientists, from a philosopher
What Sci-Hub’s latest court battle means for research
Towards artificial general intelligence via a multimodal foundation model
Five-year campaign breaks science’s citation paywall
Neurons in a dish learn to play Pong — what’s next?
PhD training is no longer fit for purpose — it needs reform now
How ChatGPT and other AI tools could disrupt scientific publishing
Solving olympiad geometry without human demonstrations
Collective intelligence: A unifying concept for integrating biology across scales and substrates
Attributions toward artificial agents in a modified Moral Turing Test


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