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The weirdest of 2010's Weird Science

ArsTechnica: Each week, the science staff here at Ars goes through a flood of press releases and journal papers, looking for the most compelling science to cover. Each week, we also end up scratching our heads over some of the work that gets done, mystified by the motivation behind it, the choice of techniques, and the general strangeness of the natural world and human behavior. The best of that sort of material ends up in our Sunday Weird Science column. It's hard to have any objective standard of weirdness or bemusement to choose a top-10 list from, so what follows is a completely arbitrary collection of stories that simply struck me as especially enjoyable. Hope you end up feeling the same.

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Meta reveals smart glasses capable of live-streaming you see

During its Connect launch event, Meta unveiled both smart glasses capable of live-streaming what you are seeing and its own AI assistant, Meta AI, which will soon be integrated into WhatsApp, Instagram, and Facebook.

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Adaptive headlights will save us from blinding LEDs

Hate nighttime driving glare? Car manufacturers opting for the brightest LED headlights are to blame, butdaptive headlights will help.

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The Downward Spiral of Linus Media Group

Shaz from TL writes: “Linus Sebastian’s media company, Linus Media Group, is under fire. From ethical concerns with videos, to allegations of workplace harassment.”

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