Daily Podcast on Technology and Science

A new planet that could potentially support human life has been discovered by UK scientists. This exciting discovery was made by a team of researchers at the University of Exeter, who used the European Southern Observatory’s Very Large Telescope to study Gliese 12 b, a planet located just 40 light-years away from Earth. The planet orbits its host star every 12.8 days and is similar in size to Venus, with an estimated surface temperature of 42C.

In other news, experts are predicting an ‘extreme’ hurricane season in the North Atlantic this year. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration forecasts as many as 13 Atlantic hurricanes of category one or above between June and November. They also anticipate as many as seven major hurricanes of category three strength or higher, which would be significantly more than the usual number in a season.

Scientists are using drones to validate walrus counts alongside satellite images from space, providing more accurate data on these fascinating creatures. Meanwhile, individuals with commonly autocorrected names are fighting back against online automation that often misinterprets their names. By advocating for greater transparency and accuracy in name recognition technology, they hope to improve the user experience for everyone involved.

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