One of the oldest problems in computer science was just solved by a single cell.
A group of researchers from Tokyo’s Keio University set out to use an amoeba to solve the Traveling Salesman Problem, a famous problem in computer science. The problem works like this: imagine you’re a traveling salesman flying from city to city selling your wares. You’re concerned about maximizing your efficiency to make as much money as possible, so you want to find the shortest path that will let you hit every city on your route.
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A clip from “Sesame Street,” is circulating online and sparking a debate as to whether the iconic children’s character Grover is saying something perfectly acceptable or has fully embraced the show’s partnership with HBO.
The 18-year-old who said that actor Kevin Spacey groped him at a Nantucket bar in 2016 took Snapchat video of the alleged assault, and investigators have that video, according to a criminal complaint filed in Nantucket District Court. The complaint from Massachusetts State Police details an incident between Spacey and
It may not be too late to book Christmas queen Mariah Carey for your holiday party!
The diva’s team has been seeking private parties for Carey to play, and recently sent out an email blast alerting p.r. pros and brands that Carey is “Available for Corporate & Private Events.”
The FBI agent who unintentionally shot someone while dancing in a Denver bar will not face jail time, said Denver District Attorney Beth McCann.