2 Long covid will not go anywhere
But the treatment and understanding of its symptoms is still ambiguous. (Atlantic dollar)
+ The new app aims to help the millions of people living long-term with Covid. (MIT Technology Review)

3 Crypto prospects are getting worse
Regulators are circling, and crackdowns are inevitable. (WSJ$)
+ Crypto is an easy target for US authorities. (Wired $)
+ What’s next for crypto. (MIT Technology Review)

4 Deepfake porn victims are relentlessly harassed
Talking about your experience only makes the problem worse. (motherboard)
+ Deepfake porn is ruining women’s lives. (MIT Technology Review)

5 Patient mental health data for sale
There is no legal way to stop it in the US either. (WP$)
+ Martin Shreley compared his drug discovery software to a “prescription site.” (Ars Technica)

6 Inside, the unstoppable growth of renewable energy sources
Coal, gas and oil are expensive. Renewable energy companies hope to fill the void. (Economist $)
+ Could recycling wind turbine blades solve the industry’s plastic problem? (The Verge)
+ We have enough materials to provide the world with renewable energy. (MIT Technology Review)

7 Teens managed to get rid of TikTok ticks
They started experiencing sudden, explosive tics during the pandemic. Now most have recovered. (NYT$)

8 Amazon robot taxis on the move
Running around a two-mile road in California. (TechCrunch)
+ A day in the life of a Chinese robot taxi. (MIT Technology Review)

9 AI can improve our dating lives
However, this does not mean that it will make them more interesting. (Reverse)
+ The tricky science behind successful matchmaking. (vox)
+ How convenient: Liking crypto is attractive, according to crypto research. (TechCrunch)

10 Ways to express love online are constantly evolving 💘
In particular, through the visual environment of the heart. (NYT$)

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