China protests, Robot Police, and more: THE WEEKLY RECAP (2022#48)

December is here, and with it the year is coming to an end (that was fast!). This week, a few links on the way China is handling Covid and its people protesting; the US going pedal to the metal into cyberpunk, and a cool demonstration of Neural Radiance Fields. Let's start: 1984 For the past …

Sigue leyendo China protests, Robot Police, and more: THE WEEKLY RECAP (2022#48)

Qatar World Cup, quettabytes, and more: THE WEEKLY RECAP (2022#47)

Packed week: recorded an episode for the podcast (Alien rules!), and managed to play a little bit of Pokémon (shame on you, GameFreak). Also had a bit of time to read a few interesting stories. Let's start: Qatar: the World Cup Amazing documentary on the procedure that lead to the FIFA World Cub being hosted …

Sigue leyendo Qatar World Cup, quettabytes, and more: THE WEEKLY RECAP (2022#47)

Hardcore!, XXI century eugenics, and more: THE WEEKLY RECAP (2022#46)

Amazing time in Spain this week. Lots of good food, getting to know a cute little baby, and meeting old friends and family. Really looking forward to visit back soon! On the stuff happening around the globe, not many news: Twitter keeps imploding (maybe even faster now), the environmental crysis keeps getting relegated, and another …

Sigue leyendo Hardcore!, XXI century eugenics, and more: THE WEEKLY RECAP (2022#46)

Twitter trembles, lab coats, and more: THE WEEKLY RECAP (2022#45)

Quick update this week, as I am on my way back to Spain for a short visit where I plan to eat as many of the dishes I miss as possible. Let's start! Extreme close-ups and the depths of the Indian Ocean Those are just a couple of the incredible stories behind Nature's best science …

Sigue leyendo Twitter trembles, lab coats, and more: THE WEEKLY RECAP (2022#45)

Watering your watch, farewell to Nibel, and more: THE WEEKLY RECAP (2022#44)

Not a lot going on lately (mostly centered on work these days), but still a couple cool links and some shocking news. Let's start: Watering your watch? Cute study that really made me think. A groupp of researchers designed simple wearables that, instead of being just made of electronics, required a living organism to properly …

Sigue leyendo Watering your watch, farewell to Nibel, and more: THE WEEKLY RECAP (2022#44)

The third term, a «free» bird, and more: THE WEEKLY RECAP (2022#43)

This week we have some links on the acquisition of Twitter by Elon Musk, a cool story about the people at Microsoft who stood for accessibility, the future of China under the command of Xi, and a nice review on three books on the topic of animal senses and the lessons they can teach us. …

Sigue leyendo The third term, a «free» bird, and more: THE WEEKLY RECAP (2022#43)