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🧠 A Case Of Shrunken Brains

🧠 A Case Of Shrunken Brains

Plus: Fed Will Consider More-Aggressive Interest-Rate Increases to Reduce Inflation, and more ...

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A Case Of Shrunken Brains: How Covid-19 May Damage Brain Cells. This story is part of a larger mosaic of stories on Post-Acute Sequelae of Covid-19 (PASC), also known as Long Covid. Thanks to a new study from the UK we are now beginning to uncover the effects of SARS-CoV-2 infections in the brain. (William A. Haseltine / Forbes)

Powell Says Fed Will Consider More-Aggressive Interest-Rate Increases to Reduce Inflation. Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said the central bank is prepared to raise interest rates in half-percentage-point steps and high enough to deliberately slow the economy if it concludes such steps are warranted to bring inflation down. (Nick Timiraos / Wall Street Journal)

The Entirely Predictable Impact of Salary Transparency. Europe is about to decide whether to make everyone's salaries public, a move that could dramatically narrow the gender pay gap. (Megan Carnegie / WIRED)

Podcasters, get ready to find out how many followers you have on Apple Podcasts. Apple Podcasts is rolling out new features to incentivize podcasters to offer paid subscriptions to listeners on the app. One of those features will — for better or for worse — reveal to podcasters in their private analytics dashboard… (Amanda Silberling / TechCrunch)

Meta's Yann LeCun strives for human-level AI. What is the next step toward bridging the gap between natural and artificial intelligence? Scientists and researchers are divided on the answer. Yann LeCun, Chief AI Scientist at Meta… (Ben Dickson / VentureBeat)

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