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28.02.2020
03:45 BBC HealthLearning difficulties 'link to brain connections'

After scanning 479 children's brains, researchers found they were organised in multiple "hubs".

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02:05 Nature.ComTriple-threat team of black holes lurks at a galaxy’s core

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01:34 TechInvestorNews.comDocuSign acquires Seal Software to bolster AI in Agreement Cloud (ZDNet - Between the Lines)

ZDNet - Between the LinesDocuSign acquires Seal Software to bolster AI in Agreement Cloud - Seal Software is focused on AI technology for contracts. ...

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01:34 TechInvestorNews.comDocuSign will pay $188M to acquire AI contract startup Seal Software (Taylor Soper/GeekWire)

Taylor Soper / GeekWireDocuSign will pay $188M to acquire AI contract startup Seal Software - Electronic signature giant Docusign said today it will acquire Seal Software for $188 million in cash. Founded in 2010, Walnut Creek, Calif.-based Seal Software bills itself as the global leader in enterprise contract analytics. It helps companies such as Nokia, Dell, and PayPal manage contracts and competes with Seattle-area startup ...

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01:34 TechInvestorNews.comAmazon trialing AI-based customer support agents (Anthony Spadafora/TechRadar)

Anthony Spadafora / TechRadarAmazon trialing AI-based customer support agents - The way that businesses handle customer support is changing as more companies turn to AI to field customer requests. Amazon has revealed that it is currently trialing two AI-based systems to handle shopper inquiries in an effort to improve the customer service of its ecommerce platform. While one of the ...

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00:51 ScienceDaily.comOctopus-inspired robot can grip, move, and manipulate a wide range of objects

Researchers have developed an octopus-inspired soft robotic arm that can grip, move, and manipulate a wide range of objects. Its flexible, tapered design, complete with suction cups, gives the gripper a firm grasp on objects of all shapes, sizes and textures -- from eggs to iPhones to large exercise balls.

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27.02.2020
22:45 NewScientist.ComWe process a song's lyric and melody on different sides of the brain

Listening to songs is a complex task for the brain, so it uses the left hemisphere to process the lyrics while the right hemisphere processes the melody

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22:38 TechInvestorNews.comFreshworks acquires Seattle AI startup AnswerIQ to bolster AI-powered customer service tech (Taylor Soper/GeekWire)

Taylor Soper / GeekWireFreshworks acquires Seattle AI startup AnswerIQ to bolster AI-powered customer service tech - Freshworks has acquired AnswerIQ, a 3-year-old Seattle-area startup backed by Madrona Venture Group that sells AI-powered customer service software. San Mateo, Calif.-based Freshworks also sells customer service products, and the acquisition will complement its existing platform. Freshworks was valued at $3.5 billion after raising a $150 million investment round in ...

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22:38 TechInvestorNews.comIBM and Microsoft sign Vatican pledge for ethical AI (FT.com - IT)

FT.com - ITIBM and Microsoft sign Vatican pledge for ethical AI - Tech giants promise to develop new technology in way that protects the rights of all people ...

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22:12 Phys.orgDiscovery of expanding pectin nanofilaments that manipulate plant cell shapes

Scientists have discovered new filamentous structures within plant cell walls that influence cell growth and help build complex three-dimensional cell shapes.

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21:59 FT.com TechnologyIBM and Microsoft sign Vatican pledge for ethical AI

Tech giants promise to develop new technology in way that protects the rights of all people

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20:38 ScienceDaily.comLearning difficulties due to poor connectivity, not specific brain regions

Different learning difficulties do not correspond to specific regions of the brain, as previously thought, say researchers. Instead poor connectivity between 'hubs' within the brain is much more strongly related to children's difficulties.

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19:41 TechInvestorNews.comGoogle adds icons to image searches to offer more info on thumbnails (Trevor Mogg/Digital Trends)

Trevor Mogg / Digital TrendsGoogle adds icons to image searches to offer more info on thumbnails - Each thumbnail will show an icon telling you what to expect if you click through ...

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19:15 Reuters.com TechnologyPeloton settles music publishers' lawsuit over songs used in workout videos

Peloton Interactive Inc has settled a lawsuit in which a music publishing trade group and 14 of its members accused the maker of stationary bicycles of streaming more than 2,400 songs without permission in its workout videos.

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19:15 Nanowerk.comStunning images capture cosmic ray tracks

The beauty in science shines through at RHIC's STAR detector and makes a cosmic connection.

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19:15 Phys.orgBifunctional nanobodies protect against botulinum neurotoxins including Botox

A new study reveals potential for developing novel antibody-based antitoxins against botulinum neurotoxins (BoNTs), including the most commonly used, yet most toxic one, Botox.

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18:42 Aps.org Editors' SuggestionsPossible Kitaev Quantum Spin Liquid State in 2D Materials with $S=3/2$

Author(s): Changsong Xu, Junsheng Feng, Mitsuaki Kawamura, Youhei Yamaji, Yousra Nahas, Sergei Prokhorenko, Yang Qi, Hongjun Xiang, and L. Bellaiche A strong Kitaev term predicted to be found in a series of Cr-based 2D magnets indicates possible quantum spin liquid states in those materials when subjected to epitaxial strain.
[Phys. Rev. Lett. 124, 087205] Published Thu Feb 27, 2020

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18:35 Phys.orgQuantum researchers able to split one photon into three

Researchers from the Institute for Quantum Computing (IQC) at the University of Waterloo report the first occurrence of directly splitting one photon into three.

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18:22 Phys.orgScientists create solar panel by combining protein and quantum dots

Scientists at the National Research Nuclear University MEPhI (Russia) have created a new type of solar panel based on hybrid material consisting of quantum dots (QDs) and photosensitive protein. The creators believe that it has great potential for solar energy and optical computing.

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18:22 Phys.orgVirtual reality can bring ancient cities back to life and improve conservation

Around 3,300 years ago, the port city of Ugarit was a vibrant urban centre, located strategically on the overland network linking Egypt with Asia Minor and on the route between Persia and India in the east and Greece and Cyprus in the west. The city's origins date back to 3000BC and the first alphabet and alphabetic writing system are believed to have developed there in the 14th century BC.

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18:22 Phys.orgDon't fear a 'robot apocalypse' – tomorrow's digital jobs will be more satisfying and higher-paid

If you're concerned that automation and artificial intelligence are going to disrupt the economy over the next decade, join the club. But while policymakers and academics agree there'll be significant disruption, they differ about its impact.

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18:22 Washingtonpost Speaking-of-scienceNew Horizons images of Arrokoth show building blocks for planets

Beyond Pluto, an immaculate 4.5 billion-year-old fossil suggests gentler origins for solar system objects.

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18:08 Phys.orgResearchers combine advanced spectroscopy technique with video-rate imaging

For the first time, researchers have used an advanced analytical technique known as dual-comb spectroscopy to rapidly acquire extremely detailed hyperspectral images. By acquiring a full spectrum of information for each pixel in a scene with high sensitivity and speed, the new approach could greatly advance a wide range of scientific and industrial applications such as chemical analysis and biomedical sensing.

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17:56 Nanowerk.comAssessing the risks associated with nanoparticles in medical applications

Researchers have conducted an environmental hazard assessment for a class of substances used in drug delivery.

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17:18 Phys.orgWe groom dogs in our own image: The cuter they are, the harder we fall

Australians are slightly obsessed with our dogs. But are we obsessed enough to watch a reality doggy makeover show?

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17:06 Phys.orgParticle accelerator technology could solve one of the most vexing problems in building quantum computers

Last year, researchers at Fermilab received over $3.5 million for projects that delve into the burgeoning field of quantum information science. Research funded by the grant runs the gamut, from building and modeling devices for possible use in the development of quantum computers to using ultracold atoms to look for dark matter.

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16:48 ScienceDaily.comCreating nanomaterials for detecting cancer earlier

For the first time, a team of scientists has created functional nanomaterials with hollow interiors that can be used to create highly sensitive biosensors for early cancer detection.

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16:40 TechInvestorNews.comJapans biggest airline is building a robot army for the most high-tech Olympics yet (Suchi Rudra/Fast Company)

Suchi Rudra / Fast CompanyJapans biggest airline is building a robot army for the most high-tech Olympics yet - Its one of several projects All Nippon Airways is launching to make traveling more accessible before the hordes descend on Tokyo this summer. At the summer Olympic Games in Tokyo this July, athletes may be competing for attention with all the impressive tech on display, including self-driving taxis and a ...

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16:40 Phys.orgAssessing the risks associated with nanoparticles in medical applications

Nanomedicine is increasingly used in applications like drug delivery and diagnosis, with promising results in several fields, including oncology, cardiology and immunology. However, the rising popularity of nanobiomaterials (NBMs) also raises questions about their potential adverse effects on the environment after excretion and release.

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16:35 ScienceDaily.comScientists 'film' a quantum measurement

Measuring a quantum system causes it to change -- one of the strange but fundamental aspects of quantum mechanics. Researchers have now been able to demonstrate how this change happens.

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12:40 Nanowerk.comUnderwater Snail-o-Bot gets kick from light (w/video)

Researchers have developed a gel-like robot inspired by sea slugs and snails they are able to steer with light. Much like the soft body of these aquatic invertebrates, the bioinspired robot is able to deform easily inside water when exposed to this energy source.

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10:26 Technology.orgStunning Images Capture Cosmic Ray Tracks

The beauty in science shines through at RHIC’s STAR detector and makes a cosmic connection These images capture

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10:13 LiveScience.comPolar bear photos: Stunning shots capture Earth's icons of climate change

On International Polar Bear Day, let's celebrate the largest of the bear species with these magnificent polar bear photos.

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06:34 News-Medical.NetAdvanced hollow nanomaterials can be used to create biosensors for early cancer detection

For the first time, a team of scientists at the University of Central Florida has created functional nanomaterials with hollow interiors that can be used to create highly sensitive biosensors for early cancer detection.

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06:09 News-Medical.NetNew UCLA-developed minuscule warehouse logistics robots for biotechnology applications

UCLA engineers have developed minuscule warehouse logistics robots that could help expedite and automate medical diagnostic technologies and other applications that move and manipulate tiny drops of fluid.

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05:59 Reuters.com HealthBrain disease CTE found in former AFL player for first time

Researchers have identified a crippling brain disease linked to repeated blows to the head in an Australian Rules footballer for the first time, a report in a medical journal outlined on Wednesday.

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05:33 TechInvestorNews.comGoogle to introduce new info badges to image search (ZDNet Latest News)

ZDNet Latest NewsGoogle to introduce new info badges to image search - Users will be able to understand if images lead to pages with products for sale, recipes, or video content. ...

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00:53 Nanowerk.comNanoelectronics enables brain neurons and artificial neurons to communicate with each other

This study has for the first time shown how three key emerging technologies can work together: brain-computer interfaces, artificial neural networks and advanced memory technologies (also known as memristors).

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00:03 Reuters.com HealthHorse riding plus brain-building exercises may help kids with autism, ADHD

(Reuters Health) - A combination of horseback riding and brain-building activities may help improve motor skills in children with neurodevelopmental conditions like autism-spectrum disorders and ADHD, a small study suggests.

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26.02.2020
23:11 TechnologyReview.comRobots that teach autistic kids social skills could help them develop

In recent years, advancements in socially-assistive robots have opened up a promising new way for more affordable and personalized care.

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22:31 TechInvestorNews.comWhite House’s top techie explains how AI initiative will help Seattle tech community (Alan Boyle/GeekWire)

Alan Boyle / GeekWireWhite House’s top techie explains how AI initiative will help Seattle tech community - One year after the White House kicked off the American AI Initiative, its effects on research and development in the burgeoning field of artificial intelligence are just beginning to sink in. And Michael Kratsios, the White Houses chief technology officer, says those effects are sure to be felt in Seattle ...

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22:31 TechInvestorNews.comThe head of Salesforces international business is joining hot AI startup Celonis, amid a bigger sha (Benjamin Pimentel/Business Insider: Tech)

Benjamin Pimentel / Business Insider: TechThe head of Salesforces international business is joining hot AI startup Celonis, amid a bigger sha - * Milano will join Celonis as the hot AI startups first chief revenue officer. Milano is also now an owner of the startup which uses AI to evaluate and streamline business operations. * He has a big reputation in the industry, Celonis CEO and co-founder Alexander Rinke told Business Insider. ...

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22:18 InsideEVs.comWatch Tesla Dashcam Video Of Unsafe Driver Doing Donuts

This driver does multiple donuts in a residential area and into oncoming traffic lanes.

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21:58 ScienceDaily.comNew CRISPR base-editing technology slows ALS progression in mice

With a new CRISPR gene-editing methodology, scientists have inactivated one of the genes responsible for an inherited form of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis -- a debilitating and fatal neurological disease for which there is no cure. The novel treatment slowed disease progression, improved muscle function and extended lifespan in mice with an aggressive form of ALS.

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21:38 TechInvestorNews.comVideo of Microsoft Surface Duo’s Peek feature shows how the dual-screen handset will work (Matt Hanson/TechRadar)

Matt Hanson / TechRadarVideo of Microsoft Surface Duo’s Peek feature shows how the dual-screen handset will work - A leaked video shows how the dual-screen Microsoft Surface Duo will work. A series of videos have leaked onto the internet which appear to show how the dual-screen Microsoft Surface Duo device will work, including the innovative Peek feature. According to the videos, which were shared on Twitter by renowned ...

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21:24 Phys.orgResearchers develop technique to create nanomaterials which may help detect cancer earlier

For the first time, a team of scientists at the University of Central Florida has created functional nanomaterials with hollow interiors that can be used to create highly sensitive biosensors for early cancer detection.

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20:56 NYT TechnologyShould Robots Have a Face?

As automation comes to retail industries, companies are giving machines more humanlike features in order to make them liked, not feared.

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20:43 NYT ScienceShould Robots Have a Face?

As automation comes to retail industries, companies are giving machines more humanlike features in order to make them liked, not feared.

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20:25 ScienceDaily.comNanosize device 'uncloaks' cancer cells in mice and reveals them to the immune system

Scientists report they have designed and successfully tested an experimental, super small package able to deliver molecular signals that tag implanted human cancer cells in mice and make them visible for destruction by the animals' immune systems. The new method was developed, say the researchers, to deliver an immune system 'uncloaking' device directly to cancer cells.

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19:40 TechInvestorNews.comGoogles image results will soon tell you more about what youre seeing (Engadget)

EngadgetGoogles image results will soon tell you more about what youre seeing - Googles image results dont show a lot of details at first glance -- they typically only include a photos dimensions on the bottom left corner, along with its source pages title and URL. Starting later this week, though, image results on desktop will be a bit more informative: The tech ...

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19:36 Physics.Aps.orgSynopsis: Constants Still Constant Near Black Holes

A spectral analysis of stars at our Galaxy’s center sets the first constraints on how much the fine-structure constant varies in the vicinity of a supermassive black hole.
[Physics] Published Wed Feb 26, 2020

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19:34 ScienceDaily.comNew study allows brain and artificial neurons to link up over the web

Research on novel nanoelectronics devices has enabled brain neurons and artificial neurons to communicate with each other over the Internet.

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18:42 Aps.org Editors' SuggestionsSearch for a Variation of the Fine Structure Constant around the Supermassive Black Hole in Our Galactic Center

Author(s): A. Hees, T. Do, B. M. Roberts, A. M. Ghez, S. Nishiyama, R. O. Bentley, A. K. Gautam, S. Jia, T. Kara, J. R. Lu, H. Saida, S. Sakai, M. Takahashi, and Y. Takamori A spectral analysis of stars at our Galaxy’s center sets the first constraints on how much the fine-structure constant varies in the vicinity of a supermassive black hole.
[Phys. Rev. Lett. 124, 081101] Published Wed Feb 26, 2020

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18:23 Nanowerk.comNanoscale precipitates make big difference in mitigating strength-ductility tradeoff

Researchers have found that nanoscale precipitates provide a unique sustainable dislocation source at sufficiently high stress.

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18:10 Nanowerk.comNew technique to create nanomaterials may help detect cancer earlier

For the first time, a team of scientists has created functional nanomaterials with hollow interiors that can be used to create highly sensitive biosensors for early cancer detection.

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17:45 Phys.orgHelp find the location of newly discovered black holes in the LOFAR Radio Galaxy Zoo project

Scientists are asking for the public's help to find the origin of hundreds of thousands of galaxies that have been discovered by the largest radio telescope ever built: LOFAR. Where do these mysterious objects that extend for thousands of light-years come from? A new citizen science project, LOFAR Radio Galaxy Zoo, gives anyone with a computer the exciting possibility to join the quest to find out where the black holes at the center of these galaxies are located.

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17:45 Phys.orgScientists 'film' a quantum measurement

Measuring a quantum system causes it to change—one of the strange but fundamental aspects of quantum mechanics. Researchers at Stockholm University have now been able to demonstrate how this change happens. The results are published in the scientific journal Physical Review Letters.

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17:19 Phys.orgWeak forces are strong enough to align semiconductor nanoparticles

A PNNL research team has discovered that atomic forces thought to be "weak" can actually exert more control than has been understood. And that new discovery, published February 25 in the journal Nature Communications, could help better predict and eventually control manufacturing of semiconductor materials used in electronics and other industrial applications.

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17:19 Phys.orgEngineers ensure quantum experiments get off to the right start

The quantum mechanical properties of electrons are beginning to open the door to a new class of sensors and computers with abilities far beyond what their counterparts based in classical physics can accomplish. Quantum states are notoriously difficult to read or write, however, and to make things worse, uncertainty about those states' starting conditions can make experiments more laborious or even impossible.

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17:06 Phys.orgThermonuclear X-ray bursts and dips detected from the X-ray binary 4U 1323-62

Using the AstroSat satellite, astronomers have investigated a low-mass X-ray binary (LMXB) known as 4U 1323-62, reporting the detection of thermonuclear X-ray bursts and dips from the source. The discovery was presented in a paper published February 19 on the arXiv pre-print repository.

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17:06 Phys.orgStudy reveals similarities between bee brains and human brains

In a discovery that could open new avenues for understanding of the brain, researchers have found similarities between the brain activity of honey bees and humans.

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16:40 TechInvestorNews.comPodcast: The Google-IBM “quantum supremacy” feud (Technology Review)

Technology ReviewPodcast: The Google-IBM “quantum supremacy” feud - In the first episode of our new podcast, Deep Tech, we dig into the story behind two little words that could change the world. ...

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16:21 Nature.ComAI antibiotics, wild-animal ban and the state of India’s birds

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16:13 Nanowerk.comA tactile robot finger with no blind spots

Engineers demonstrate a robotic finger with a highly precise sense of touch over a complex, multicurved surface.

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15:46 Technology.orgSafe method of adding metal particles to organic nanomaterials paves way for better batteries

Novel liquid-based method for safe synthesis of carbon-based materials containing ultrafine metallic atoms The existing method for adding

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15:33 Phys.orgVideo: Toward zero carbon with David Attenborough and Jane Goodall

Sir David Attenborough, Dr. Jane Goodall DBE and leading Cambridge University researchers talk about the urgency of climate crisis—and some of the solutions that will take us towards zero carbon.

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15:33 Phys.orgThe first quantum orienteering by quantum entangling measurements enhancement

The CAS key lab of quantum information, led by Prof. Guo Guangcan, Li Chuanfeng, Xiang Guoyong and collaborators, reports enhancing the performance of quantum orienteering with entangling measurements via photonic quantum walks. These results were published online by Physical Review Letters on February 13th.

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15:19 Nanowerk.comShimon: Now a singing, songwriting robot (w/video)

Marimba-playing robot composes lyrics and melodies with human collaborators.

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15:19 TechnologyReview.comPodcast: The Google-IBM “quantum supremacy” feud

In the first episode of our new podcast, Deep Tech, we dig into the story behind two little words that could change the world.

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15:13 ScientificAmerican.ComA Vision of AI for Joyful Education

How we can avert the dangers and maximize the benefits of this powerful but still emerging technology -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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15:05 LiveScience.comEerie seal 'ballet' beneath Antarctic iceberg wins underwater photo prize

In frigid waters near Antarctica, a group of crabeater seals drew an underwater photographer's eye.

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15:05 TechnologyReview.comInside the race to build the best quantum computer on Earth

IBM thinks quantum supremacy is not the milestone we should care about.

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11:39 TechInvestorNews.comBest video editing laptops of 2020: Top notebooks for NLE and more (Desire Athow/TechRadar)

Desire Athow / TechRadarBest video editing laptops of 2020: Top notebooks for NLE and more - Want to edit 1080p (or even 4K) video on your laptop? Heres what you need. When it comes to choosing among the best video editing laptops, youll have to put in a bit of work. You cant just pick the highly specced or the priciest laptop on the market, and ...

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11:39 TechInvestorNews.comBest laptops for photographers in 2020: Photo editing in Photoshop (Ben Andrews/TechRadar)

Ben Andrews / TechRadarBest laptops for photographers in 2020: Photo editing in Photoshop - From processing power to display quality: todays laptops make photo editing easier than ever before. Not all powerful laptops are the best laptops for photographers. While working with high resolution raw files and using advanced effects can get pretty intensive, laptops for photo editing shouldnt only rival traditional desktop hardware ...

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09:32 NewScientist.ComOur galaxy’s huge black hole may have created organic molecules

The enormous black hole at the centre of the Milky Way was active millions of years ago, and its intense X-rays may have formed some molecules necessary for life

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08:07 FT.com TechnologyThe AI doctor will see you now

Medicine is at the point computer-driven financial trading was in the early 2000s

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08:07 FT.com HealthThe AI doctor will see you now

Medicine is at the point computer-driven financial trading was in the early 2000s

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07:03 FT.com TechnologyThe four problems with Europe’s vision of AI

Tech industry warns new rules will stifle innovation while campaigners say they are too broad

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05:47 Reuters.com TechnologyAI computing startup SambaNova raises $250 million in BlackRock-led funding

Artificial intelligence computing firm SambaNova Systems said on Tuesday it has raised $250 million in a funding round led by BlackRock Inc to expand its customer base, reflecting investors' appetite for the market.

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01:42 Medscape.ComWill Artificial Intelligence Make Psychiatry Better?

Attention and popularity in AI is increasing across medicine, and psychiatry is no exception. But can it live up to its promise and improve the diagnosis and treatment of mental illness?

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25.02.2020
22:57 Reuters.com TechnologyIEX plan to thwart predatory trading with AI gets pension backing

A group of North American retirement plans with more than $3.3 trillion in assets has backed a proposal by exchange operator IEX Group to use artificial intelligence to counter technology some high-speed traders use to get a trading edge.

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21:41 TechInvestorNews.comThis Stanford-educated lawyers startup is using Google-created AI tech to launch a new product that (Bani Sapra/Business Insider: Tech)

Bani Sapra / Business Insider: TechThis Stanford-educated lawyers startup is using Google-created AI tech to launch a new product that - * The legal profession has long been sheltered from the changes that technology has brought to other industries. But advances in AI could be a game-changer for companies looking to disrupt the $437 billion legal industry: Were in a unique moment for the industry, CEO James Heller told Business Insider. ...

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21:28 Phys.orgFrom China to the South Pole: Joining forces to solve the neutrino mass puzzle

Among the most exciting challenges in modern physics is the identification of the neutrino mass ordering. Physicists from the Cluster of Excellence PRISMA+ at Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz (JGU) play a leading role in a new study that indicates that the puzzle of neutrino mass ordering may finally be solved in the next few years. This will be thanks to the combined performance of two new neutrino experiments that are in the pipeline—the Upgrade of the IceCube experiment at the South Pole and the Jiangmen Underground Neutrino Observatory (JUNO) in China. They will soon give the physicists access to much more sensitive and complementary data on the neutrino mass ordering.

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21:09 ScienceDaily.comFrom China to the South Pole: Joining forces to solve the neutrino mass puzzle

A new study indicates that the next generation of neutrino experiments may well find the answer to one of the most pressing issues in neutrino physics.

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20:55 NewScientist.ComExclusive: Brain scans used to read minds of intensive care patients

People with severe brain injuries can be unable to communicate. Now brain scanners are being used to see if some can tell doctors what kind of care they want

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20:48 Nanowerk.comSafe method of adding metal particles to organic nanomaterials paves way for better batteries

Novel liquid-based method for safe synthesis of carbon-based materials containing ultrafine metallic atoms.

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20:35 TechInvestorNews.comAmazon Go Grocery store opens, bringing AI shopping to a larger space (Eric Abent/SlashGear)

Eric Abent / SlashGearAmazon Go Grocery store opens, bringing AI shopping to a larger space - For some time now, Amazon has operated a number of cashier-less convenience stores under the Amazon Go brand. Now, it seems, its ready to take that concept and apply it to larger-scale stores, today opening up its first Amazon Go Grocery in Seattle. The concept is still the same ...

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19:26 AzoNano.comTime-resolved Imaging of Magnetic Nano ‘Tornadoes’ in 3D

Rendering of a snapshot of the reconstructed 3D magnetic structure. Image Credit: Claire Donnelly An international team of scientists has established a new method of three-dimensional imaging...

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19:06 ScienceDaily.com'Resetting' immune cells improves traumatic brain injury recovery in preclinical trials

Targeting overactive immune cells and dampening their chronic neurotoxic effects may offer new therapeutic strategies for traumatic brain injury (TBI), according to new preclinical research in mice.

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18:44 LiveScience.comMysterious 'antihydrogen' particles reveal uncanny quantum effect

The bubbling, raucous quantum vacuum distorts the shape of every hydrogen atom in the universe, and it distorts antimatter "antihydrogen" too.

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18:30 Phys.orgThis is how ESA telescope Euclid is going to visualize dark matter

How can you see something that's invisible? Well, with Euclid! This future ESA telescope will map the structure of the universe and teach us more about invisible dark matter and dark energy. Scientific coordinator of Euclid and Leiden astronomer Henk Hoekstra explains how this works.

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17:33 AzoNano.comResearchers Record Short 3D Film of Magnetic Processes on the Nanometer Scale

At the Paul Scherrer Institute (PSI), scientists have successfully captured a short “3D film” of magnetic processes on the nanometer level for the first time. A look inside the material:...

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17:33 Phys.orgCooling of a trapped ion to the quantum regime

Neutral atoms and charged ions can be cooled down to extremely low temperatures (i.e., to microkelvins, 1 millionth of a degree above absolute zero) using laser techniques. At these low temperatures, the particles have often been found to behave in accordance with the laws of quantum mechanics.

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17:20 WindpowErengineering.comWebinar: From Promise to Reality. How Operators are Using AI Enabled Asset Management to Reduce Cost and Increase Production – March 24

Tuesday, March 24, 2020 2 pm ET / 11 am PT     In this webinar, we will discuss how wind and solar operators have moved beyond the hype and are receiving the benefits of AI enabled asset management in the day to day operation and management of their projects. Use cases such as AI…
The post Webinar: From Promise to Reality. How Operators are Using AI Enabled Asset Management to Reduce Cost and Increase Production – March 24 appeared first on Windpower Engineering & Development.

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16:35 TechInvestorNews.comHow to know if artificial intelligence is about to destroy civilization (Technology Review)

Technology ReviewHow to know if artificial intelligence is about to destroy civilization - These canaries in the coal mines of AI would be signs that superintelligent robot overlords are approaching ...

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15:50 Phys.orgTeam demos breakthrough in analog image processing

A research team of Vanderbilt engineers that includes a scientist at Oak Ridge National Laboratory has demonstrated a new ultrathin filter, based on metamaterials, that allows for analog optical image processing. Their work, Flat Optics for Image Differentiation, appears today in the scientific journal, Nature Photonics.

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15:36 LiveScience.com'Shocked' scientists find brain parasites in baby lizards still in shells

Scientists found parasitic worms in the brains of lizard embryos. How did they get there?

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14:12 TechnologyReview.comHow to know if artificial intelligence is about to destroy civilization

These canaries in the coal mines of AI would be signs that superintelligent robot overlords are approaching

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12:37 Technology.orgStanford researchers shine light on the defects responsible for messy behavior in quantum materials

In a future built on quantum technologies, planes and spaceships could be fueled by the momentum of light.

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12:23 Technology.orgTeam demos breakthrough in analog image processing, Nature reports

A research team of Vanderbilt engineers that includes a scientist at Oak Ridge National Laboratory has demonstrated a

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