Impossible Foods is planning to make fish - without any fish

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Impossible Foods is planning to make fish, without any fish. The company known for making plant-based burgers, now says it has been working on making alternatives to fish and other seafoods by growing cells in laboratories.  

Snapchat has announced its new slate of shows, and it includes big names like Serena Williams, Arnold Schwarzenegger, and Kevin Hart. The new 'creator shows' will be five-minute shorts, centered around the individual personalities. Snapchat started rolling out original content two years ago, and says daily time spent watching its shows has tripled in the last year. By focusing on stars that already have large followings, this strategy could help Snapchat use less money and compete with other media giants.

Google is giving its camera translation a big upgrade. The feature lets users point their camera at text, like a menu or road sign, and get an instant translation. However, it has been low-quality with a limited language. Now, Google is adding support for 60 new languages and improving its AI, which can reduce errors by up to 85%. The updated version will also automatically detect, and translate, which language it is reading. 

 

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