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AI book recs: Add these to your reading list

Stanford’s Institute for Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence community offers a recommended reading list that includes general interest, fiction, and deep dives for practitioners.

Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute —

Q&A: A year in the life of the mouse lemur

Postdoctoral scholar Shixuan Liu talks about the global effort to build a mouse lemur cell atlas to better understand seasonal rhythms, and how the scientific community can benefit from open-access resources her work has created.

A new, faster way to browse physics-based animations

Simulators can jumpstart the work of animation, but often return an overwhelming array of options for the animator to sort through. A new browser refines those options to a more manageable number.

New ‘lab on a chip’ may accelerate carbon storage efforts

A tiny new device allows scientists to directly observe and quantify how rocks change in the presence of acids, enabling more accurate assessments of sites for underground storage of carbon dioxide, hydrogen, and industrial waste.