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18.12.2018
17:38 TechInvestorNews.comPredictions for Artificial Intelligence in 2019 (James Kobielus Lead Analyst, SiliconANGLE Wikibon/InformationWeek)

James Kobielus Lead Analyst, SiliconANGLE Wikibon / InformationWeekPredictions for Artificial Intelligence in 2019 - From issues such as privacy and data bias regulation to model training and self-service AI, you can expect a broad range of key advances in the artificial intelligence space. ...

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17:16 VentureBeat.comArm debuts Cortex-A65AE, a 7-nanometer chip for ‘next-generation’ driving experiences

Arm announced the Cortex-A65AE, a 7-nanometer chip optimized for high-throughput workloads in autonomous vehicle systems.

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17:15 ExtremeTech.comDelivery Robot Catches Fire at UC Berkeley, Students Hold Candlelight Vigil

Say what you will about human delivery drivers. They may be surly and less efficient, but they don't catch fire.
The post Delivery Robot Catches Fire at UC Berkeley, Students Hold Candlelight Vigil appeared first on ExtremeTech.

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17:15 Phys.orgNew type of low-energy nanolaser that shines in all directions

Researchers in Eindhoven have developed a new type of low-energy, nanoscale laser that shines in all directions. The key to its omnidirectional light emission is the introduction of something that is usually highly undesirable in nanotechnology: irregularities in the materials. The researchers foresee a vast range of potential applications, but first they hope their fundamental work will inspire others to further improve it and deepen the understanding. The results are published in the journal Physical Review Letters.

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17:03 AzoNano.comResearchers Develop Low-Energy and Omnidirectional Nanoscale Laser

Scientists at the Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e) have created a new kind of low-energy, nanoscale laser that is capable of shining in all directions. The omnidirectional light emission...

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17:03 Phys.orgVideo: Nanoparticles reach clinical trials for prostate cancer

When Frank Billingsley announced he had prostate cancer, the outpouring of sympathy was overwhelming. But one email among the mass of messages the chief meteorologist at KPRC-TV in Houston received stood out.

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16:47 ScienceDaily.comToward brain-like computing: New memristor better mimics synapses

A new electronic device can directly model the behaviors of a synapse, which is a connection between two neurons.

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16:19 InsideEVs.comFord F150 Versus Rivian R1T Electric Truck: Let’s Take A Look: Video

How does the upcoming Rivian R1T electric pickup truck compare to a Ford F-150? Our buddy Sean Mitchell at AllThingsEV.info obviously must forecast the future. As we sit and ponder what would make a fantastic article, along comes the new video from Sean. We were just talking last week about a much-needed comparison between the […]

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16:18 AzoNano.comNewly Developed Nanoparticles Could Help Treat Prostate Cancer

The outpouring of sympathy was profound when Frank Billingsley announced that he had prostate cancer. However, the chief meteorologist at KPRC-TV in Houston received an email that stood out among the...

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16:07 InsideEVs.comMercedes-Benz EQC: Drive Silently, Celebrate Loudly In Song: Video

Mercedes-Benz encourages one to drive silent, but celebrate loud Mercedes-Benz once again presents the EQC, highlighting the silence of its electric car, which suggest that it will be one of the quietest EVs on the market – at least it should be as it is a Mercedes. Anyways, because production will begin next summer, we […]

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15:55 Phys.orgCarbon nanotubes mime biology

Cellular membranes serve as an ideal example of a system that is multifunctional, tunable, precise and efficient.

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15:55 Phys.orgMassive new dark matter detector gets its 'eyes'

The LUX-ZEPLIN (LZ) dark matter detector, which will soon start its search for the elusive particles thought to account for a majority of matter in the universe, had its first set of "eyes" delivered Thursday.

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15:43 Phys.orgImage: 115 years of flight

For most of human history, we mere mortals have dreamt of taking to the skies—from the myth of Icarus, to kites in China, to the development of hydrogen-filled balloons in the 8th century, to early experiments with gliders in the 19th. Then, 115 years ago on on December 17, 1903, Orville and Wilbur Wright achieved what many thought impossible—flight by a powered heavier-than-air aircraft.

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15:10 LiveScience.comToo Much Screen Use Really Might Change Your Kid's Brain

Some say the hysteria over screen time echoes parents' worries that their kids were watching too much TV in the 1980s. But new studies show there's nothing overblown about parents' growing concern.

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15:10 LiveScience.comMatter Sucked in by Black Holes May Travel into the Future, Get Spit Back Out

What happens at the center of a black hole? Not a singularity, as Einstein’s theories predict.

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15:10 Phys.orgDeep learning democratizes nano-scale imaging

Many problems in physical and biological sciences as well as engineering rely on our ability to monitor objects or processes at nano-scale, and fluorescence microscopy has been used for decades as one of our most useful information sources, leading to various discoveries about the inner workings of nano-scale processes, for example at the sub-cellular level. Imaging of such nano-scale objects often requires rather expensive and delicate instrumentation, also known as nanoscopy tools, which can only be accessed by professionals in well-resourced labs.

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13:24 Nature.ComClassical and quantum computers are vying for superiority

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12:31 TechInvestorNews.comFunny photo: former Qualcomm president duct-tapes gate to avoid testifying at January FTC trial (noreply@blogger.com (Florian Mueller)/FOSS Patents)

noreply@blogger.com (Florian Mueller) / FOSS PatentsFunny photo: former Qualcomm president duct-tapes gate to avoid testifying at January FTC trial - The following picture shows the pedestrian gate of former Qualcomm president Derek Aberles San Diego home. Even high-tech execs resort to no-tech means--good ol duct tape, in this case--when trying to avoid having to testify in court (this post continues below the image): Last week the Federal Trade Commission requested ...

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12:31 TechInvestorNews.comGoogle wants to help India’s newsrooms get video right (Ananya Bhattacharya/Quartz)

Ananya Bhattacharya / QuartzGoogle wants to help India’s newsrooms get video right - At least 10 Indian news firms have made the cut to receive funding from YouTube. In June, the video-streaming major had committed $25 million in In June, the video-streaming major had committed $25 million in innovation funding as part of its Google News Initiative (GNI) to support video journalism across ...

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11:57 Technology.orgArtificial intelligence and the future of medicine

Washington University researchers are working to develop artificial intelligence (AI) systems for health care, which have the potential

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11:56 CNBC technologySoftBank alumni launches robot companion designed to love humans

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11:45 Phys.orgUsing endangered barbary macaques as photo props could negatively impact Moroccan tourism

Wild animals are increasingly exploited for entertainment and photo opportunities. A new study highlights that tourists in Morocco object to the use of barbary macaques as photo props, raising concerns about the animal's welfare and risk to human health. The findings are presented today at the British Ecological Society annual conference in Birmingham.

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11:45 AzoRobotics.comGlobal Analysis and Forecast of Wearable AI Market to 2023

The "Wearable AI Market by Product (Smart Watch, Ear Wear, Eye Wear), Operation (On-Device, Cloud-Based), Component (Processor, Connectivity IC, Sensors), Application (Consumer Electronics,...

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10:49 Technology.orgNeandertal genes influence brain development of modern humans

A characteristic feature of modern humans is the unusually round skull and brain, in contrast to the elongated

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09:07 Technology.orgCarbon nanotubes mime biology

Cellular membranes serve as an ideal example of a system that is multifunctional, tunable, precise and efficient. Efforts

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08:33 TechInvestorNews.comWhy Indian techies learn data analytics and AI engineering (Aria Thaker/Quartz)

Aria Thaker / QuartzWhy Indian techies learn data analytics and AI engineering - New digital technologies could bring over $150 billion (Rs 10.7 lakh crore) to Indias GDP by 2021. So, many Indian professionals are choosing to learn A Dec.17 study by online certification provider Simplilearn surveyed around 1,000 individuals who chose to acquire additional technical expertise, in order to learn their primary ...

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07:39 CleanTechnica.comWhite Vegan Leather Seats For Your Tesla … With Children? Watch This Video & Don’t Worry

Rest assured, you will be able to clean those Tesla Model 3 white vegan leather seats quite easily no matter what you or your child might drop

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07:37 Arxiv.org CSWalking Through an Exploded Star: Rendering Supernova Remnant Cassiopeia A into Virtual Reality. (arXiv:1812.06237v1 [astro-ph.IM])

NASA and other astrophysical data of the Cassiopeia A supernova remnant have been rendered into a three-dimensional virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) program, the first of its kind. This data-driven experience of a supernova remnant allows viewers to walk inside the leftovers from the explosion of a massive star, select the parts of the supernova remnant to engage with, and access descriptive texts on what the materials are. The basis of this program is a unique 3D model of the 340-year old remains of a stellar explosion, made by combining data from the NASA Chandra X-ray Observatory, Spitzer Space Telescope, and ground-based facilities. A collaboration between the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory and Brown University allowed the 3D astronomical data collected on Cassiopeia A to be featured in the VR/AR program, which is an innovation in digital technologies with public,

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06:51 NYT TechnologySome of the Popular Images and Themes the Russians Posted on Social Media

Using an array of accounts on multiple platforms and targeting a variety of demographics, the Russians have generated millions of interactions with their posts.

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03:49 Yahoo ScienceMIT invented a way to build nano-scale versions of larger objects

In science fiction, "shrink rays" are the easiest way to turn a large object into something much, much smaller, but here in reality things aren't that simple. Creating so-called "nano-scale" versions of objects is a difficult task that researchers at MIT aimed to make a bit easier, and the result is a new system that allows scientists to effectively shrink three-dimensional structures to one thousandth their original size. In creating this new system, MIT professor Edward Boyden and his students started with a technique that is actually used to make things bigger. It's called expansion microscopy, and it's used to increase the size of cells and tissues by embedding the biological material with a polymer gel that causes it to grow in size. In developing a system for shrinking 3D objects, the researchers used a similar

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02:30 InsideEVs.comChevrolet Bolt EV Traction Motor – Deep Dive: Video

Class is in session. If you have ever been curious about the drive unit that puts the Chevy Bolt in motion, well, wonder no more. Located under the hood of the car, this component actually contains an electric motor, gears, and some other components — including two smaller electric motors — needed to make the wheels of the […]

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00:27 Phys.orgToward brain-like computing: New memristor better mimics synapses

A new electronic device can developed at the University of Michigan can directly model the behaviors of a synapse, which is a connection between two neurons.

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00:07 CleanTechnica.comVideo: Tesla Gigafactory Shanghai Construction Moving Forward

A new video has surfaced showing construction progress at Tesla's third Gigafactory outside of Shanghai, China. Surprisingly or unsurprisingly, the new Gigafactory has already been the source of much contention. Self-proclaimed shorters of TSLA stock have visited the site and shared videos of fields of dirt, empty office buildings, and the like. (Sound familiar?)

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00:06 Nanowerk.comImperfections make photons perfect for quantum computing

Scientists show how atom-flat materials could produce polarized photons on demand.

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17.12.2018
23:55 Nanowerk.comToward brain-like computing: New memristor better mimics synapses

A new electronic device can directly model the behaviors of a synapse, which is a connection between two neurons.

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23:33 Nanowerk.comNew type of low-energy nanolaser that shines in all directions

Researchers have developed a new type of low-energy, nanoscale laser that shines in all directions. The key to its omnidirectional light emission is the introduction of something that is usually highly undesirable in nanotechnology: irregularities in the materials.

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23:17 NewScientist.ComStem cells implanted into the brain stop epilepsy seizures in rats

A radical approach of implanting stem cells into the brain could stop epilepsy seizures at their source, but the treatment has only been tested in rats so far

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23:02 SeekingAlpha.comNanoSphere closes $1.3M first tranche of private placement

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22:55 ScienceDaily.comHiding images and information in plain sight

What is real is not always as it appears. Researchers have found a way to hide information on materials and only make it visible to a person using the right tech.

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22:37 TechInvestorNews.comWhat’s new on Amazon Prime Video (January 2019) (Rick Marshall/Digital Trends)

Rick Marshall / Digital TrendsWhat’s new on Amazon Prime Video (January 2019) - Amazon Prime Video adds new titles each month that are available for free to all Prime members. Check out our list to find all the content hitting Amazon Prime Video in December 2018 and January 2019, from new original series to classic films. The post Whats new on Amazon Prime ...

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22:37 TechInvestorNews.comGoogle Assistant uses AI to predict if your flight will be delayed (Mark Wycislik-Wilson/Betanews)

Mark Wycislik-Wilson / BetanewsGoogle Assistant uses AI to predict if your flight will be delayed - When youre taking a flight, you can check the arrivals and departures section of your airport website to see if youre going to take off on time, or just rely on an airline announcement. Or you could just ask Google Assistant. Google has announced that it will start to predict ...

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21:15 ScienceDaily.comNeuroscience-protein that divides the brain

A recent study describes the role of a molecule, Netrin, in creating borders inside the brain to compartmentalize the functions of the brain.

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21:15 ScienceDaily.comOne type of brain cell may invite Alzheimer's

Researchers found that excitatory neurons -- those that are more likely to trigger an action (as opposed to inhibitory neurons, which are less likely to prompt neural activity) -- are more vulnerable to accumulations of abnormal tau protein, which is increasingly being implicated in Alzheimer's disease.

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21:04 ScienceDaily.comHow marijuana may damage teenage brains in study using genetically vulnerable mice

In a study of adolescent mice with a version of a gene linked to serious human mental illnesses, researchers say they have uncovered a possible explanation for how marijuana may damage the brains of some human teens.

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21:04 ScienceDaily.comNew type of low-energy nanolaser that shines in all directions

Researchers have developed a new type of low-energy, nanoscale laser that shines in all directions. The key to its omnidirectional light emission is the introduction of something that is usually highly undesirable in nanotechnology: irregularities in the materials. The researchers foresee a vast range of potential applications, but first they hope their fundamental work will inspire others to further improve it and deepen the understanding.

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20:42 ScienceDaily.comBirds can mistake some caterpillars for snakes; can robots help?

Researchers witnessed a hummingbird defending its nest from what it interpreted to be a snake, but was actually a caterpillar of the moth Oxytenis modestia. 

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20:25 InsideEVs.comAudi e-tron GT Concept Test Drives In LA: Videos

Audi e-tron GT on the streets of LA The Audi e-tron GT concept unveiled at the 2018 Los Angeles Auto Show turns out to be much closer to production-ready than one might think, considering the launch date of late 2020. The German manufacturer recently allowed several media outlets to get behind of the wheel of […]

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19:12 Nature.ComQuantum Hall effect based on Weyl orbits in Cd

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18:54 TechnologyReview.comA food delivery robot burst into flames—and now people have made a candlelit vigil for it

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18:44 InsideEVs.comSee Full Video On How To Remove Tesla Model 3 Battery

Ever wanted to take the battery pack out of your Tesla Model 3? No. We definitely don’t advise that you remove the battery pack. However, it’s still very interesting to see the entire process in this concise video. In fact, YouTuber Byron takes out the Tesla Model 3 battery pack in less than 10 minutes. […]

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18:31 TechInvestorNews.comVideoProc Provides YouTubers with Easy-to-use Video Processing Software (computingnewsdesk@computing.co.uk(Computing Staff)/Computing.co.uk Latest updates)

computingnewsdesk@computing.co.uk(Computing Staff) / Computing.co.uk Latest updatesVideoProc Provides YouTubers with Easy-to-use Video Processing Software - Introducing VideoProc, a new video processing toolkit ...

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18:31 Technology.orgWorkplace Robotics and Artificial Intelligence

Necessity is the mother of invention. Ever since humankind has started creating new things, the focus of their

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18:31 Phys.orgResearchers demonstrate teleportation using on-demand photons from quantum dots

A team of researchers from Austria, Italy and Sweden has successfully demonstrated teleportation using on-demand photons from quantum dots. In their paper published in the journal Science Advances, the group explains how they accomplished this feat and how it applies to future quantum communications networks.

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17:59 InsideEVs.comVolkswagen I.D. Prototype Tested In South Africa: Videos

Volkswagen I.D. – it drives good, is spacious and brings a lot of new tech The presentation of the camouflaged prototype of Volkswagen I.D. in South Africa was not accidental. The German manufacturer tests the car in a hot climate and recently demonstrated two I.D. to selected journalists. Volkswagen doesn’t say much about the specs, design […]

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17:47 InsideEVs.comSee New Video Of Tesla Gigafactory 3 Construction In China

First steps were made so soon we should see construction of the plant Tesla Gigafactory 3 in Shanghai, China at the moment is just the fence around muddy terrain, but the groundwork already started and the facility, at least in its initial form, should be ready for the second half of 2019. Tesla intends to produce on-site […]

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17:47 Technology.orgTeam invents method to shrink objects to the nanoscale

MIT researchers have invented a way to fabricate nanoscale 3-D objects of nearly any shape. They can also

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17:35 TechInvestorNews.com?Artificial intelligence, machine learning momentum continues to build (ZDNet Latest News)

ZDNet Latest News?Artificial intelligence, machine learning momentum continues to build - Europe and China lead academic output as interest in AI and ML increases. ...

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17:30 NewScientist.ComCRISPR scientist says another woman is pregnant with an edited embryo

He Jiankui, the Chinese scientist who claims to have created the world’s first genetically-edited babies, says another may be on the way

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17:30 NewScientist.ComCRISPR babies: more details on the experiment that shocked the world

He Jiankui has now revealed far more about his CRISPR project, in which he edited multiple embryos to make future children resistant to some strains of HIV

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17:30 NewScientist.ComMaking AI research classified will harm US science

The US is mulling controls on the sharing of AI, but science can't grow in isolation, says Mark Riedl

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17:30 NewScientist.ComGene therapy eases Parkinson’s symptoms by rewiring parts of the brain

A gene therapy treatment for Parkinson's blocks faulty brain circuits. This seems to help create alternate neural pathways for movement and eases symptoms

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17:30 NewScientist.ComParticles crossing to our world could open portal to dark-matter realm

We've identified particles that could secretly cross from the regular world to the shadowy realm of dark matter. Now we just need to catch them in the act

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17:30 NewScientist.ComIs visiting a robot brothel ok? Most people say yes, if you are single

When people in Finland were asked about the morality of visiting a robot brothel most thought it was OK for singles to do it, but not people who were married

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17:30 NewScientist.ComLIGO found four more pairs of black holes, including the biggest yet

In a reanalysis of all of its data, LIGO spotted gravitational waves from four new pairs of black holes colliding, bringing the total detection count up to 11

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17:30 NewScientist.ComRevealed: the first ever picture of the sun’s north pole

The sun has a north pole but no spacecraft has ever photographed it. Now the European Space Agency has cleverly pieced a together picture of it using other images

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17:30 NewScientist.ComPhone app can diagnose anaemia from photos of fingernails

Two billion people have anaemia – now a smartphone app that analyses photos of their fingernails can help them monitor the condition

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17:30 NewScientist.ComParrots are clever because their brains evolved the same way as ours

Like humans, parrots have big brains and good communication skills – now we know the DNA regulating parrot and human brain development evolved in a similar way

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17:30 NewScientist.ComDeepMind’s Go playing software can now beat you at two more games

A machine learning system called AlphaZero is the first AI that can learn to master more than one game using the same algorithm - it can play Go, chess and shogi

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17:30 NewScientist.ComGenetic disorders should be the focus of CRISPR gene editing trials

He Jiankui used gene editing in an attempt to make HIV-resistant babies, but most geneticists think the best use of embryo editing would be to prevent genetic disorders

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17:30 NewScientist.ComBrain scans reveal why your brain forgets details

The way we store and retrieve memories prioritises abstract context over specific details, which might help us learn general lessons from our experiences

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17:30 NewScientist.ComWe don’t need stars to navigate space – black holes work way better

If you want to find your way across the universe, forget using stars or GPS. The light from quasars billions of light years away can guide us and even help here on Earth

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17:30 NewScientist.ComVibrating crystal made of 10 billion atoms smashes quantum record

Testing increasingly large objects proves that quantum mechanics works at larger scales - a finding that could help build quantum computers

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17:30 NewScientist.ComMajor companies are using AI to decide who you speak to on the phone

When you ring a call centre, an AI could be deciding which person will speak to you, based on their ability to influence your decisions

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17:30 NewScientist.ComQuantum network joins four people together for encrypted messaging

A multi-user quantum network shows that secure quantum links between several people at once could be possible using standard telecommunications equipment

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17:30 NewScientist.ComIf you think black holes are strange, white holes will blow your mind

White holes are black ones in reverse, spewing out matter– and they could give us our first glimpse of the quantum source of space-time, says physicist Carlo Rovelli

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17:30 NewScientist.ComWe’ve been using CRISPR for years – now we know how it really works

We can now predict what changes the CRISPR gene editing technique will make to targeted DNA - a finding that will make the tool more powerful than ever before

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17:23 ScienceNewsDaily.orgFacebook Messenger's camera fakes portrait mode photos

Facebook Messenger's camera just caught up to Instagram's in a few key areas, and then some. To start, you can snap software-based portrait mode photos -- if you don't ...

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16:27 Technology.orgRitalin drives greater connection between brain areas key to memory, attention

There’s a reason so many children are prescribed methylphenidate, better known by the trade name Ritalin: it helps

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16:27 Technology.orgCRISPR Joins Battle of the Bulge, Fights Obesity Without Edits to Genome

A weighty new study shows that CRISPR therapies can cut fat without cutting DNA. In a paper published

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16:27 Technology.orgAutism Risk-Factors Identified in ‘Dark Matter’ of Human Genome

Using cutting-edge statistical models to analyze data from nearly 2,000 families with an autistic child, a multi-institute research

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16:24 BBC HealthLoughborough woman who lied about brain cancer jailed

Jasmin Mistry convinced friends and family she was terminally ill, and they raised £250,000 for treatment.

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15:31 Geek.comMIT Researchers Can Shrink Objects to Nanoscale

MIT researchers invented a method of shrinking objects to the nanoscale. The team can generate structures one-thousandth the volume of the original using a variety of materials, including metals, quantum dots, and DNA. […]
The post MIT Researchers Can Shrink Objects to Nanoscale appeared first on Geek.com.

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15:31 InsideEVs.comLife In Pictures: Formula E’s Nelson Piquet Jr.

Formula E star Nelson Piquet Jr. then and now. Video description: In association with Motorsport Images, Nelson Piquet Jr. takes us through the early years of his racing career, the infamous Singapore GP crashgate scandal, and how he has come to drive for Jaguar Racing in the growing Formula E championship.

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14:57 LiveScience.comPhotos: Artifacts from a Watery Desert Grave

Archaeologists have discovered an ancient mass grave at the ancient quarry site of Gebel el-Silsila

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14:34 TechInvestorNews.comHigh-tech dancing robot turns out to be a guy in a costume (Trevor Mogg/Digital Trends)

Trevor Mogg / Digital TrendsHigh-tech dancing robot turns out to be a guy in a costume - A Russian TV audience was impressed recently by an adult-sized robot that could dance and talk. But when some people began pointing out that its actions were a bit odd, the truth emerged ... it was a fella in a robot suit. The post High-tech dancing robot turns out to ...

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14:34 TechInvestorNews.comGoogles latest AI experiment lets you conduct an orchestra in your browser (Cat Ellis/TechRadar)

Cat Ellis / TechRadarGoogles latest AI experiment lets you conduct an orchestra in your browser - Semi-Conductor uses machine learning to interpret the wild flailing of your limbs in real time. If youre the kind of person who cant resist a spot of air-conducting whenever you hear a piece of classical music (and theres nobody there to judge you), Googles latest AI experiment is made for ...

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14:23 ScienceNewsDaily.orgDelivery robot spontaneously bursts into flames in California

An autonomous food delivery robot burst into flames on a Berkeley, California walkway on Friday, as first reported by The Daily Californian. Kiwi, the startup that makes and manages ...

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13:59 NYT HealthPersonal Health: The Brain Fog of Menopause

‘Menopause-related cognitive impairment happens to women in their 40s and 50s, women in the prime of life who suddenly have the rug pulled out from under them,’ an expert says.

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13:50 Technology.orgIn the developing brain, scientists find roots of neuropsychiatric diseases

The most comprehensive genomic analysis of the human brain ever undertaken has revealed new insights into the changes

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12:55 AzoNano.comOptimizing Drug Delivery Using Electrospun Polymeric Nanofibers

Nanotechnology has turned out to be an intriguing strategy toward solving challenges in the field of medicine in the latest studies. Dr Jose Manuel Cornejo Bravo has shown the use of electrospun...

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11:59 Technology.orgArtificial intelligence-based device detects moving parasites in bodily fluid for easier, earlier diagnosis

UCLA engineers have developed a device that can analyze more than 3 milliliters of fluid in 20 minutes,

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11:25 AzoRobotics.comGreen Shield Canada Announces Launch of New AI-Powered Programs in 2019

With artificial intelligence opening up more paths to improving health outcomes, Green Shield Canada (GSC) is excited to announce two new programs that will be live early in 2019. Introducing Dot the...

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11:03 Technology.orgFirst Image of the Sun from the Parker Solar Probe

It’s been 124 days since the Parker Solar Probe was launched, and several weeks since it made the

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09:31 News-Medical.NetStudy focuses on modification of lipid nanoparticles for successful brain cell targeting

Nanomedicine refers to field of science that uses nanotechnology for clinical operations. The use of nanoparticles has specially been successful due to their structure.

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09:21 News-Medical.NetResearch focuses on optimization of solid lipid nanoparticle that encapsulates Vinorelbine bitartrate

Vinorelbine Bitartrate, a semi-synthetic vinca alkaloid was approved by the FDA for breast cancer treatment, as it has been proven to be beneficial for first line of defense and subsequent therapies. But its hydrophilic and thermolabile structure causes hindrance to oral clinical translation.

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01:48 RoboHub.orgCall for robot holiday videos 2018

That’s right! You better not run, you better not hide, you better watch out for brand new robot holiday videos on Robohub! Drop your submissions down our chimney at sabine.hauert@robohub.org and share the spirit of the season. For inspiration, here are our first submissions .

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01:04 RoboHub.orgRobot makes world-first baby coral delivery to Great Barrier Reef

In a world first, an undersea robot has dispersed microscopic baby corals (coral larvae) to help scientists working to repopulate parts of the Great Barrier Reef during this year’s mass coral spawning event. Six weeks after winning the Great Barrier Reef Foundation’s $300,000 Out of the Blue Box Reef Innovation Challenge, Southern Cross University’s Professor […]

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00:31 RoboHub.orgSoft actor critic – Deep reinforcement learning with real-world robots

We are announcing the release of our state-of-the-art off-policy model-free reinforcement learning algorithm, soft actor-critic (SAC). This algorithm has been developed jointly at UC Berkeley and Google Brain, and we have been using it internally for our robotics experiment. Soft actor-critic is, to our knowledge, one of the most efficient model-free algorithms available today, making it especially well-suited for real-world robotic learning. In this post, we will benchmark SAC against state-of-the-art model-free RL algorithms and showcase a spectrum of real-world robot examples, ranging from manipulation to locomotion. We also release our implementation of SAC, which is particularly designed for real-world robotic systems.
Desired Features for Deep RL for Real Robots What makes an ideal deep RL algorithm for real-world systems? Real-world experimentation brings additional challenges,

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00:31 RoboHub.org3Q: Aleksander Madry on building trustworthy artificial intelligence

A recent MIT symposium explores methods for making artificial intelligence systems more reliable, secure, and transparent.

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Dreamscape Immersive -- backed by Hollywood's biggest players including IMAX, AMC, Fox and Warner Bros. -- is opening up its first permanent location this weekend in one of Los Angeles' biggest malls,

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