Daily briefing: Food is medicine

Hello Nature readers, would you like to get this Briefing in your inbox free every day? Sign up here. A breast cancer cell (artificially coloured) climbs through a supportive film in a laboratory experiment.Credit: Steve Gschmeissner/SPL An artificial intelligence (AI) tool could help to identify the origins of cancers that have spread from a previously … Read more

Use Apple Shortcuts to Build the Ultimate Daily Digital Journal

I started journaling in 2019. It’s not that I love keeping a journal, exactly. It’s more that I find my brain works better if I spend a little time dumping its contents onto paper every morning. This practice got me through 2020, an extremely difficult year, and I’ve kept it up ever since. My journal … Read more

Samsung will use sewage water to quench surging thirst for semiconductors — 400 million liters of waste water to be purified and used daily to manufacture electronic chips

The semiconductor industry is notorious for its massive water consumption, with each chip requiring thousands of gallons of ultrapure water for production. Ultrapure water (UPW) refers to water that has undergone purification to eliminate impurities, including fine particles and microorganisms, leaving behind only the fundamental hydrogen and oxygen molecules that make up H2O. In response … Read more

Samsung Daily+ gets FlexIt Health And Wellness Training

Samsung has announced a new partnership with FlexIt for online health and wellness training on Samsung Daily+, this new partnership is designed to make exercise more accessible and also more convenient. The new partnership will bring personal trainer-based fitness training to Samsung Smart TVs through Samsung’s new lifestyle hub which is called Samsing Daily+, there … Read more

New AI apps transforming our daily lives from creativity to research

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is swiftly changing the way we interact with the digital world, introducing new AI apps that improve our engagement with content on various platforms and in a wide variety of different ways. This shift is evident in the latest AI advancements that are reshaping our online experiences, from how we watch videos … Read more

Illegal border crossings increased significantly in September as daily contacts increased.

The number of people crossing the border slowed down this summer, but it’s back up again now.Illegal crossings of the U.S.-Mexico border are on the rise this month, and U.S. Customs and Border Protection is seeing a lot more people each day than they did in the summer. NBC News said that CBP data showed … Read more