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Bird enthusiasts gear up for Annual Count in South Mississippi

This Christmas, bird enthusiasts would be gathering around Christmas throughout the Western Hemisphere for, what they call, “the longest-running wildlife census”. Besides keeping track of the winged species that reach South Mississippi, the annual census’s aim is to check the health of the environment.

Hillary Clinton will propose spending $2 billion a year in an attempt to cure Alzheimer's by 2025

The deaths from Alzheimer’s have been exploding in the US, so Hillary Clinton is willing to highlight the issue of curing the disease for the women and minority voters, who are disproportionately vulnerable to developing it.

Decline in fruit-eating animals could have a knock-on effect for tree species, study findings show

According to study, large animals’ extinction from tropical forests can possibly make climate change worse because such animals are essential in dispersing dense wood trees which are more successful at carbon dioxide capturing and storing from the atmosphere as compared to tinier trees.

MIT Scientists Create Algorithm That Can Make Your Photos More Memorable

A new algorithm created by researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) has the capability to make a photograph more captivating and memorable at accuracy very much similar to that of humans.

As per the team, the algorithm can very well tell which faces, scenes and objects in photographs are more likely remembered by humans.

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