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The Surreal Artwork of Artificial Intelligence

Caitlin Schneider

Google's image recognition software is able to detect images within images—and create beautiful, trippy art in the process.

What Is Palantir, and Why Is It Worth $20 Billion?

David W Brown

Scientists Discover a New Part of the Human Body

Jordan Rosenfeld

"When we first saw those vessels, I completely freaked out," Jonathan Kipnis tells mental_floss.

17 Things You Might Not Know About 'The Daily Show'

Lilit Marcus

The Art of Rebounding Described by Kevin Love

How Do You Punctuate Around Emoticons and Emoji?

Gretchen McCulloch

15 Things You Might Not Know About 'American Gothic'

Kristy Puchko

While this deceptively simple portrait has clearly captured the imagination of the nation, the story behind its creation and rise to fame makes it all the more compelling.

Morning Cup of Links: A Microchip Could End Animal Testing

Rebecca OConnell

One Man's Passion Project to Curate the World's Airport Carpets

Rebecca OConnell

The famous PDX carpet might be gone, but there are others out there waiting to be appreciated.

A Local, Inexpensive Way to Purify Water In Developing Countries

Hannah Keyser

10 World-Shaping Events That Happened in 1920

David W Brown

It wasn't all flappers and jazz bands.

5 Questions: Types of Onions

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15 International Idioms That Describe Heavy Rain

Adrienne Crezo

What do non-English-speaking people say when it's raining cats and dogs?

18 Strange Celebrity Conspiracy Theories, According to Google's Search Bar

Alex Carter

Taylor Swift is a robot, Britney Spears has a couple of extra heads, and everyone else is apparently dead.

A Magna Carta for the Internet

Hayley Harding

In honor of the anniversary of Magna Carta, the British Library hosted a poll to create a "bill of rights" for the digital age.