We often watch news of disasters but rarely realise the size of their impact. The shots we see often displays the event from distance or safe places that do not really reflect the occurring danger. And because we never picture ourselves in that scene, we are unable to measure the displayed danger in real size. Watch this short demonstration of the Florence Hurricane and the flood it has caused. Edit: “You can see there’s fish floating around here. This is an extremely dangerous and life threatening situation.” – 01:17
For the ones who have missed it! Have you thought if it would be ethical to talk to AI and not knowing it?
Britain is under siege from scammers who are using technology to rob us blind. They might not use a crowbar or wear a balaclava to break into our homes or steal our lives, but scamming is the \”new\” burglary and it is out of control. Increasingly crime in the UK involves some form of cyber criminal and the Government is secretly putting millions of pounds into new specialist cyber cop units to identify, and catch, these 21st century crooks. Scamming now costs the UK economy at least £27 billion a…
Rotterdam is the architectural capital of the Netherlands. This short documentary explains why it is often referred to as a hotbed of architectural activity. Interviewing architects who have and will make their mark in Rotterdam.
It’s not safe to eat bread or fruit contaminated with mold, even if you cut away the moldy parts. When mold reproduces, it spreads throughout your food, hiding in places you can’t see. And while many species of mold are harmless, others can make you very sick. It’s just not worth the risk.