ICYMI: 3D Printed Meat, Fluoride In The Water, Meta & More

Your weekend recap has arrived.
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A lot happened over the last few days — here's your Monday recap of all the wild stories you may have missed this weekend.


  • That didn't take long: 'Why Meta's latest large language model survived only three days online' — Find out why
  • Here's why adding fluoride to the water might not be such a bad thing (but we already knew that because of Parks & Recreation anyway) — Learn more
  • Universities are continuously combatting AI written papers and it's getting worse by the day — What are they going to do about it?
  • This company is 3D printing meat. Is it sustainable? — Click to find out
  • Speaking of 3D printing, this is also very cool: 'Engineers designed a new nanoscale 3D printing material that can be printed at a speed of 100 mm/s' — Quick, learn more


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