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How Yahoo! Answers Shaped The Internet

Yahoo! Answers is shutting down in May. From sex education to homework help, users of the forum...

Andrew Pelling: How Can Plants Help Rebuild The Human Body?

Part 3 of the TED Radio Hour episode Revitalize An ear made from...

How Animators Are Using Artificial Intelligence For 'The Simpsons'

Amit Katwala, senior editor at Wired UK, explains how animators are using technology to voice characters...

A Boston Woman Built A Website To Help Her Community Access Vaccines — Then It Grew

NPR's Audie Cornish speaks with Diana Rastegayeva about starting a service to help people in her...

Some Museums Have Found A New Audience Online

One surprise from the pandemic: some small museums have found new audiences online for their programs. Christy...

High School STEM Competition Finalists Discuss Their Innovative Projects

Rachel Martin speaks with three of the 40 high school finalists in the Society for Science and...

Lou Ottens, Inventor Of The Audio Cassette Tape, Has Died

Dutch engineer Lou Ottens, the man who had the idea for audio cassette tape, has died...

Joy Buolamwini: How Do Biased Algorithms Damage Marginalized Communities?

Part 3 of the TED Radio Hour episode Black History ... And...