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14.12.2019
07:36 TechInvestorNews.comEmotion Recognition Tech Should Be Banned, Says an AI Research Institute (Slashdot)

SlashdotEmotion Recognition Tech Should Be Banned, Says an AI Research Institute - An anonymous reader quotes a report from the BBC: A leading research centre has called for new laws to restrict the use of emotion-detecting tech. The AI Now Institute says the field is built on markedly shaky foundations. Despite this, systems are on sale to help vet job seekers, test ...

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01:08 ScienceMag.orgAntarctic video reveals deepest canyon on Earth

Study uncovers landscapes that will influence future ice melt

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00:31 TechInvestorNews.comGoogle AI Chief Jeff Dean on Machine Learning Trends To Watch in 2020 (Slashdot)

SlashdotGoogle AI Chief Jeff Dean on Machine Learning Trends To Watch in 2020 - In a wide-ranging interview with VentureBeat, Google AI chief Jeff Dean has discussed the companys early work on the use of ML to create semiconductors for machine learning, the impact of Googles BERT on conversational AI, and machine learning trends to watch in 2020. An excerpt from the interview where ...

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13.12.2019
23:16 Nanowerk.comNanoscience breakthrough: Probing particles smaller than a billionth of a meter

Scientists developed a new methodology that allows researchers to assess the chemical composition and structure of metallic particles with a diameter of only 0.5 to 2 nm.

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22:17 NewScientist.ComGoogle’s quantum supremacy algorithm has found its first practical use

Google has put the algorithm it used to achieve quantum supremacy to work. It generated verifiably random numbers, which could be used one day in encryption or lotteries

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22:10 Phys.orgNanoscience breakthrough: Probing particles smaller than a billionth of a meter

Scientists at Tokyo Institute of Technology (Tokyo Tech) have developed a new methodology that allows researchers to assess the chemical composition and structure of metallic particles with a diameter of only 0.5 to 2 nm. This breakthrough in analytical techniques will enable the development and application of minuscule materials in the fields of electronics, biomedicine, chemistry, and more.

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22:04 ScienceDaily.comResearchers reconstruct spoken words as processed in nonhuman primate brains

Using a brain-computer interface, a team of researchers has reconstructed English words from the brain activity of rhesus macaques that listened as the words were spoken.

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21:24 ScienceDaily.comSynthetic nanopores made from DNA

A scientific collaboration has resulted in the construction of a synthetic DNA nanopore capable of selectively translocating protein-size macromolecules across lipid bilayers.

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20:37 TechInvestorNews.comAutomation and artificial intelligence could save banks more than $70 billion by 2025 (Carmen Reinicke/Business Insider: Finance)

Carmen Reinicke / Business Insider: FinanceAutomation and artificial intelligence could save banks more than $70 billion by 2025 - Banks could save billions of dollars by using technology such as automation and artificial intelligence, according to a study released Thursday by Accenture. By using technology to automate jobs or help employees at work, North American banks could save more than $70 billion by 2025, the study showed. Across the ...

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20:37 TechInvestorNews.comAmazon sweeps in with discounts on Ecovacs robot vacuums (Kaitlyn Gilles/Digital Trends)

Kaitlyn Gilles / Digital TrendsAmazon sweeps in with discounts on Ecovacs robot vacuums - Your floors will be the least of your worries and your wallet will get a breather as well, as Amazon lets you save as much as $250 on two robot vacuums from Ecovacs. ...

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20:10 LiveScience.comPhysicists Exploit the Bubbling Quantum Vacuum to Hopscotch Heat Across Empty Space

Heat isn't supposed to move like this.

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20:10 Phys.orgResearchers create synthetic nanopores made from DNA

In 2015, the first commercial nanopore DNA sequencing device was introduced by Oxford Nanopore Technologies. Based on a synthetically engineered transmembrane protein, nanopore sequencing allows long DNA strands to be channelled through the central lumen of the pore where changes in the ionic current work as a sensor of the individual bases in the DNA. This technique was a key milestone for DNA sequencing and the achievement was only made possible after decades of research.

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19:56 Nanowerk.comResearchers create synthetic nanopores made from DNA

Researchers have constructed a synthetic DNA nanopore capable of selectively translocating protein-size macromolecules across lipid bilayers.

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19:51 Nature.ComRobots, hominins and superconductors: 10 remarkable papers from 2019

Nature is the international weekly journal of science: a magazine style journal that publishes full-length research papers in all disciplines of science, as well as News and Views, reviews, news, features, commentaries, web focuses and more, covering all branches of science and how science impacts upon all aspects of society and life.

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19:43 TechInvestorNews.comApple buys AI camera tech that could put iPhone back on top (Chris Davies/SlashGear)

Chris Davies / SlashGearApple buys AI camera tech that could put iPhone back on top - Apple has quietly acquired a camera tech startup that could make for crisper, more accurate photos and videos from future iPhones, according to reports. Spectral Edge is a UK startup spun out of machine learning research at the University of East Anglia, cooking up image processing smarts that could have ...

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19:16 TechnologyReview.comAn AI conference once known for blowout parties is finally growing up

At the most prominent AI research gathering of the year, invited speakers and attendees are grappling with how to make technology that better serves the world.

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19:03 Phys.orgImage: Baltic blooms

The Copernicus Sentinel-2 mission takes us over the green algae blooms swirling around the Baltic Sea.

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19:03 Phys.orgVideo: OPS-SAT, the flying laboratory

On 17 December, ESA will launch a first-of-its-kind space laboratory, OPS-SAT. The small, low-cost test satellite has been specifically designed for operational experiments in space, and includes the most powerful flight computer on board any current ESA spacecraft.

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18:08 Phys.orgImage: Hubble views galaxy's dazzling display

NGC 3175 is located around 50 million light-years away in the constellation of Antlia (the Air Pump). The galaxy can be seen slicing across the frame in this image from the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope, with its mix of bright patches of glowing gas, dark lanes of dust, bright core, and whirling, pinwheeling arms coming together to paint a beautiful celestial scene.

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17:49 ScienceDaily.comTiny quantum sensors watch materials transform under pressure

Scientists have converted diamonds' atomic flaws into atomic sensors that could lead to a new generation of smart materials.

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17:42 Nanowerk.comA nano-sized slice of pie (w/video)

Scientists explain why some molecules spontaneously arrange themselves into five slices of nanoscale pie.

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17:27 Phys.orgScientists explain why some molecules spontaneously arrange themselves into five slices of nanoscale pie

Materials formed on vanishingly small scales are being used in medicine, electronics, manufacturing and a host of other applications. But scientists have only scratched the surface of understanding how to control building blocks on the nanoscale, where simple machines the size of a virus operate.

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16:58 Gazprom.RuRehabilitative and remedial treatment technology wins top Science and Technology Prize

December 12, 2019 Gazprom is creating cutting-edge hi-tech solutions. Economic benefit of implemented solutions exceeds RUB 60 billion. The award ceremony for the 2019 edition of the corporate Science and Technology Prize took place at the meeting of the Gazprom Management Committee. It was noted at the event that the total economic benefit of the award-winning solutions and technologies exceeds RUB 60 billion.
The top prize went to the paper by Gazprom Transgaz Moscow entitled “Rehabilitative and remedial treatment technology for employees of Gazprom.” The work was developed in close cooperation with the Industry Clinic and Diagnostic Center and the relevant subdivisions of Gazprom.
The authors of the paper accomplished the

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16:47 Reuters.com HealthBiogen scraps development of therapy for rare brain disease

Biogen Inc said on Friday it would discontinue development of its experimental therapy for a rare brain disease after the treatment failed a mid-stage trial.

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15:40 TechInvestorNews.comThe AI community needs to take responsibility for its technology and its actions (Technology Review)

Technology ReviewThe AI community needs to take responsibility for its technology and its actions - At the opening keynote of a prominent AI research conference, Celeste Kidd, a cognitive psychologist, challenged the audience to think critically about the future they want to build. ...

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15:26 Phys.orgImage: The galactic dance of NGC 5394 and NGC 5395

"Everything is determined by forces over which we have no control... Human beings, vegetables, or cosmic dust, we all dance to a mysterious tune, intoned in the distance by an invisible piper," Albert Einstein wrote.

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15:26 Phys.orgVideo: ESA's short film, 'The Burn'

ESA's short film, The Burn, takes us into the heart of Europe's mission control during a critical moment in the life of a future mission.

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15:13 TechnologyReview.comEmotion recognition technology should be banned, says AI research institute

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14:59 Technology.orgFragmented sleep may affect brain’s immune cells, impair cognition: U of T study

Fragmented sleep in older people with and without Alzheimer’s disease may have an effect on the brain’s immune

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14:59 Technology.orgMaking understanding quantum computers easier

A university collaboration between IBM and Aalto and Turku universities aims to build easy-to-use open-source content to improve

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14:40 NewScientist.ComQuantum computer sets new record for finding prime number factors

A relatively small quantum computer has broken a number-factoring record, which may one day threaten data encryption methods that rely on factoring large numbers

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13:51 TechnologyReview.comThe AI community needs to take responsibility for its technology and its actions

At the opening keynote of a prominent AI research conference, Celeste Kidd, a cognitive psychologist, challenged the audience to think critically about the future they want to build.

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13:49 NYT TechnologyKiller Robots Aren’t Regulated. Yet.

“Killing in the Age of Algorithms” is a New York Times documentary examining the future of artificial intelligence and warfare.

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13:23 Technology.orgUB-led team awarded $2 million to study brain, motor-skill learning

If you think of the human brain as a computer, it’s hard not to be impressed. It can

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12:56 Nanowerk.comThe first optical nanomanipulator on solid substrates

Researchers show that by introducing a surfactant layer to modify the particle-substrate interactions, a variety of colloidal particles can be manipulated in a non-invasive and contactless way through coordinating optical heating and scattering forces. This novel technique provides a versatile and powerful platform to manipulate and reconfigurably assemble colloidal particles on solid substrates, without the need to involve fluidic environments. This technique represents a milestone in pushing the working conditions of optical tweezers from fluidic to solid phases, which is capable of versatile manipulation and dynamic assembly of colloidal nanostructures on solid substrates directly.

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12:56 Nanowerk.comResearchers perfect nanoscience tool for studies of nuclear waste storage

The study involved the first-ever use of antimatter to investigate processes connected to potential long-term storage of waste from nuclear reactors.

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12:56 Nanowerk.comA new way to induce the quantum anomalous Hall effect

A ferromagnetic layer can induce the quantum anomalous Hall effect in a topological insulator.

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12:42 Technology.orgFundamental discoveries for future nanotools

The process of building a tiny cube has revealed some of the fundamental mysteries of how molecules bind

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12:00 Technology.orgTo the brain, straight from the vein

A team of researchers from the University of Georgia’s Regenerative Bioscience Center has found that neural exosomes—“cargo” molecules within the

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10:28 AzoRobotics.comThe Year of the Cobot? Robots would be more Productive than some Workers – V1 Poll Reveals

Nearly two-thirds (62%) of workers think a robot would be more productive than some of their colleagues, according to an online poll from automation company V1. The results echo recent concerns that...

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10:02 News-Medical.NetIBM announces collaborations, launches AI Imaging Marketplace and Clinical Review 3.0 at RSNA

IBM Watson Health today published its 50 Top Cardiovascular Hospitals annual study identifying top U.S. hospitals for inpatient cardiovascular services based on a balanced national scorecard of hospital performance metrics.

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07:39 TechInvestorNews.comHardware revolution pushes AI into the mainstream (FT.com - IT)

FT.com - ITHardware revolution pushes AI into the mainstream - Only the biggest groups and governments can afford the cost, but users can rent AI systems by the hour ...

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07:13 FT.com TechnologyHardware revolution pushes AI into the mainstream

Only the biggest groups and governments can afford the cost, but users can rent AI systems by the hour

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05:30 TechInvestorNews.comTech experts agree it’s time to regulate artificial intelligence — if only it were that simple (Monica Nickelsburg/GeekWire)

Monica Nickelsburg / GeekWireTech experts agree it’s time to regulate artificial intelligence — if only it were that simple - Artificial intelligence is here, its just the beginning, and its time to start thinking about how to regulate it. Those were the takeaways from the Technology Alliances AI Policy Matters Summit, a Seattle event that convened experts and government officials for a conversation about artificial intelligence. Many of those experts ...

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02:16 Rejuvenation ResearchImproved Neuroprotective Effects of Gallic Acid-Loaded Chitosan Nanoparticles Against Ischemic Stroke

Rejuvenation Research, Ahead of Print.

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00:20 Phys.orgResearchers perfect nanoscience tool for studies of nuclear waste storage

Safe nuclear waste storage, new ways of generating and storing hydrogen, and technologies for capturing and reusing greenhouse gases are all potential spinoffs of a new study by University of Guelph researchers.

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00:20 Phys.orgTiny quantum sensors watch materials transform under pressure

Since their invention more than 60 years ago, diamond anvil cells have made it possible for scientists to recreate extreme phenomena—such as the crushing pressures deep inside the Earth's mantle—or to enable chemical reactions that can only be triggered by intense pressure, all within the confines of a laboratory apparatus that you can safely hold in the palm of your hand.

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12.12.2019
23:54 ScienceMag.orgNASA picks challenging landing site for its asteroid-sampling robot

“Nightingale” site, on Bennu’s northern flank, could preserve organics

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23:41 TechInvestorNews.comDisappointing photos show what living in San Francisco on a tech salary really looks like (Katie Canales/Business Insider: Finance)

Katie Canales / Business Insider: FinanceDisappointing photos show what living in San Francisco on a tech salary really looks like - * Tech workers come to Silicon Valley in droves with dreams of working for one of the worlds biggest tech companies, like Google or Apple or with hopes of founding their own. The dream of working for one of Silicon Valleys many tech behemoths, along with the luxuries such ...

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23:28 Nanowerk.comTiny quantum sensors watch materials transform under pressure

Scientists convert diamonds' atomic flaws into atomic sensors with front-row seats to a quantum world of materials under extreme pressure.

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23:22 ScienceDaily.comResearchers perfect nanoscience tool for studies of nuclear waste storage

Studying radiation chemistry and electronic structure of materials at scales smaller than nanometers, scientists prepared samples of clay in ultra-thin layers. Working at the TRIUMF particle accelerator, they bombarded the samples with antimatter subatomic particles. They found their system is a proven tool for radiation studies of material to be used to store nuclear waste -- important for Canadian nuclear industry looking to build its first geological repository.

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23:22 ScienceDaily.comTo the brain, straight from the vein: IV treatment for TBI

A team of researchers has found that neural exosomes -- 'cargo' molecules within the nervous system that carry messages to the brain -- can minimize or even avert progression of traumatic brain injury when used as part of a new cell-to-cell messaging technology.

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22:55 ScienceDaily.comVirtual reality and drones help to predict and protect koala habitat

Researchers have used a combination of virtual reality (VR), aerial thermal-imaging and ground surveys to build a better statistical model for predicting the location of koalas and, ultimately, protecting their habitat.

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22:35 TechInvestorNews.comAmazon discounts these iRobot Roomba pet hair robot vacuums by up to $201 (Timothy Taylor/Digital Trends)

Timothy Taylor / Digital TrendsAmazon discounts these iRobot Roomba pet hair robot vacuums by up to $201 - The iRobot Roomba E5 and 960 robot vacuums are guaranteed to rid your floors of pet hair and all sorts of dirt. For $150 more the Roomba 960 provides better navigation courtesy of its front-facing camera. ...

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22:20 News-Medical.NetUsing artificial intelligence to help mitigate suicide risk

According to the CDC, the suicide rate for individuals 10-24 years old has increased 56% between 2007 and 2017.

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21:54 TechnologyReview.comChina is beating the US when it comes to quantum security

Quantum key distribution is being touted as the future of cybersecurity, and China has gone all in.

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20:49 Phys.orgNew technology improves gravitational wave detectors by cutting quantum noise

Physicists have successfully developed a new instrument that significantly reduces quantum-level noise that has thus far limited experiments' ability to spot gravitational waves. Collisions between massive black holes and stars are thought to generate these ripples in space-time that were first detected in 2015. In all, about 11 detections have been fully confirmed so far.

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20:36 TechInvestorNews.comAI RD is Booming, But General Intelligence is Still Out of Reach (Slashdot)

SlashdotAI RD is Booming, But General Intelligence is Still Out of Reach - The AI world is booming in a range of metrics covering research, education, and technical achievements, according to AI Index report -- an annual rundown of machine learning data points now in its third year. From a news writeup, which outlines some of the more interesting and pertinent points: AI ...

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20:04 ScienceDaily.comExperts review evidence yoga is good for the brain

Scientists have known for decades that aerobic exercise strengthens the brain and contributes to the growth of new neurons, but few studies have examined how yoga affects the brain. A review of the science finds evidence that yoga enhances many of the same brain structures and functions that benefit from aerobic exercise.

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19:32 AzoNano.comNew Model Extends Validity of Macroscopic Electromagnetism into Nano Regime

Over 150 years have passed since the publication of “A Dynamical Theory of the Electromagnetic Field” (1865) by James Clerk Maxwell. It is difficult to imagine lives without this...

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19:25 NewScientist.ComAI genome scanner says Denisovans could live until 38 years old

Artificial intelligence may be able to work out the maximum lifespans of extinct species and early humans. The technique relies on analysing specific regions of DNA that are linked to ageing

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19:18 AzoNano.comNew Blueprint for Developing Nanomaterials Holds Enormous Potential in Wearable Technology

Researchers from the University of Sussex have been developing wearable technology using nanomaterials, which will greatly benefit a wide spectrum of people such as newborn babies, hospital...

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18:40 WindPowerMonthly.comVIDEO: France decommissions its oldest wind project

France's oldest wind project in Port-la-Nouvelle, southern France, has been decommissioned with all of its turbines set to be almost entirely recycled.

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18:38 TechInvestorNews.comResearchers criticize AI software that predicts emotions (Reuters: Company News)

Reuters: Company NewsResearchers criticize AI software that predicts emotions - A prominent group of researchers alarmed by the harmful social effects of artificial intelligence called Thursday for a ban on automated analysis of facial expressions in hiring and other major decisions. ...

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18:38 Phys.orgFundamental discoveries for future nanotools: Chemists distinguish multiple weak forces

The process of building a tiny cube has revealed some of the fundamental mysteries of how molecules bind together in natural environments. Researchers hope to apply this knowledge to future projects designing complex structures that can mimic life.

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17:41 TechInvestorNews.comResearchers criticize AI software that predicts emotions (Reuters: Internet News)

Reuters: Internet NewsResearchers criticize AI software that predicts emotions - A prominent group of researchers alarmed by the harmful social effects of artificial intelligence called Thursday for a ban on automated analysis of facial expressions in hiring and other major decisions. ...

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16:22 Reuters.com ScienceResearchers criticize AI software that predicts emotions

A prominent group of researchers alarmed by the harmful social effects of artificial intelligence called Thursday for a ban on automated analysis of facial expressions in hiring and other major decisions.

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15:51 NewScientist.ComGoogle has performed the biggest quantum chemistry simulation ever

Google's Sycamore quantum computer, which recently demonstrated its dominance over ordinary computers, is now breaking records in quantum chemistry

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14:23 News-Medical.NetArtificial Intelligence (AI) in Cancer Care

Artificial intelligence (AI) is being tested in clinics around the world, but is it a realistic ambition to apply sophisticated algorithms to cancer care?

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13:57 Nanowerk.comFundamental discoveries for future nanotools: Chemists distinguish multiple weak forces

The process of building a tiny cube has revealed some of the fundamental mysteries of how molecules bind together in natural environments. Researchers hope to apply this knowledge to future projects designing complex structures that can mimic life.

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13:30 Technology.orgA new way to measure cosmic black holes

Supermassive black holes are the largest black holes, with masses that can exceed a billion Suns. Just this

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12:50 Technology.orgLancaster researchers to tackle the mysteries of the AI ‘black box’ problem

Researchers are aiming to shed light into one of the most significant problems in artificial intelligence. AI computing

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12:37 Phys.orgIs there dark matter at the center of the Milky Way?

MIT physicists are reigniting the possibility, which they previously had snuffed out, that a bright burst of gamma rays at the center of our galaxy may be the result of dark matter after all.

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12:23 Technology.orgHeat energy leaps through empty space, thanks to quantum weirdness

If you use a vacuum-insulated thermos to help keep your coffee hot, you may know it’s a good

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12:23 Technology.orgResearchers find brain circuit linked to food impulsivity

You’re on a diet, but the aroma of popcorn in the movie theater lobby triggers a seemingly irresistible craving.

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10:11 AzoNano.comThe First Nanotube Applications Award Honors the Scientist Revolutionizing Li-Ion Batteries

The first international award established for scientists developing industrial applications of single wall carbon nanotubes has announced its inaugural winner. The TUBALL Award has been presented to...

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00:52 ScienceDaily.comScientists eager to explain brain rhythm boost's broad impact in Alzheimer's models

Neuroscientists lay out the the few knowns and many unknowns that must be understood to determine why sensory stimuluation of 40Hz brain rhythms have broad effects, particularly in Alzheimer's models.

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00:44 ScienceMag.orgAI-driven robots are making new materials, improving solar cells and other technologies

Decision-making algorithms transform how automated systems evaluate and synthesize novel compounds

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00:30 News-Medical.NetStudy shows benefits of video discharge instructions for acute otitis media in children

Video discharge instructions in the emergency department are associated with less perceived acute otitis media symptomatology compared to a paper handout.

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00:00 ScienceDaily.comHeat energy leaps through empty space, thanks to quantum weirdness

A surprising new study shows that heat energy can leap across a few hundred nanometers of a complete vacuum, thanks to a quantum mechanical phenomenon called the Casimir interaction. Though this interaction is only significant on very short length scales, it could have profound implications for the design of computer chips and other nanoscale electronic components where heat dissipation is key, while upending what many of us learned about heat transfer in high school physics.

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11.12.2019
23:47 ScienceDaily.comResearchers discover brain circuit linked to food impulsivity

A team of researchers has now identified a specific circuit in the brain that alters food impulsivity.

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22:09 Phys.orgVirtual reality and drones help to predict and protect koala habitat

QUT researchers have used a combination of virtual reality (VR), aerial thermal-imaging and ground surveys to build a better statistical model for predicting the location of koalas and, ultimately, protecting their habitat.

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21:49 NewScientist.ComHeat can quantum leap across a totally empty vacuum

Even a total vacuum is full of strange quantum fluctuations, which have now been caught making heat leap across empty space for the first time

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21:23 Nature.ComPlasma membrane V-ATPase controls oncogenic RAS-induced macropinocytosis

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21:23 Nature.ComA general theoretical and experimental framework for nanoscale electromagnetism

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21:23 Nature.ComPhonon heat transfer across a vacuum through quantum fluctuations

Nature is the international weekly journal of science: a magazine style journal that publishes full-length research papers in all disciplines of science, as well as News and Views, reviews, news, features, commentaries, web focuses and more, covering all branches of science and how science impacts upon all aspects of society and life.

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21:15 Nanowerk.comIs there dark matter at the center of the Milky Way?

A new analysis puts dark matter back in the game as a possible source of energy excess at the galactic center.

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21:01 Phys.orgHeat energy leaps through empty space, thanks to quantum weirdness

If you use a vacuum-insulated thermos to help keep your coffee hot, you may know it's a good insulator because heat energy has a hard time moving through empty space. Vibrations of atoms or molecules, which carry thermal energy, simply can't travel if there are no atoms or molecules around.

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20:48 Nanowerk.comNew nano-spray gel could help take the bite out of frostbite

Researchers have developed a convenient gel that could be sprayed onto frostbite injuries when they occur, helping wounds heal.

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19:49 ScienceDaily.comDementia study reveals how proteins interact to stop brain signals

Fresh insights into damaging proteins that build up in the brains of people with Alzheimer's disease could aid the quest for treatments.

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19:42 LiveScience.comImpossibly Big Black Hole Was Probably Impossible After All

It just wasn't that big.

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19:38 Physics.Aps.orgSynopsis: New Hope for Milky Way Dark Matter

The so-called gamma-ray excess that radiates from the core of our Galaxy might be from dark matter after all. 
[Physics] Published Wed Dec 11, 2019

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19:23 ScienceDaily.comBrain patterns can predict speech of words and syllables

Neurons in the brain's motor cortex previously thought of as active mainly during hand and arm movements also light up during speech in a way that is similar to patterns of brain activity linked to these movements, suggest new findings.

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19:23 ScienceDaily.comInsects' drag-based flight mechanism could improve tiny flying robots

Thrips don't rely on lift in order to fly. Instead, the tiny insects rely on a drag-based flight mechanism, staying afloat in airflow velocities with a large ratio of force to wing size. Researchers have performed the first test of drag force on a thrip's wing under constant airflow in a bench-top wind tunnel and, drawing from microfabrication and nanomechanics, they created an experiment in which a thrip's wing was glued to a self-sensing microcantilever.

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19:03 AzoNano.comNanographene Shows Promise for Spin-Based Electronics Operating at Room Temperature

Graphene is a two-dimensional (2D) structure composed of carbon. While this material has excellent optical, electronic, and mechanical characteristics, it did not appear to be well suited for magnetic...

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19:03 Technology.orgIs there dark matter at the center of the Milky Way?

MIT physicists are reigniting the possibility, which they previously had snuffed out, that a bright burst of gamma

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19:03 Technology.orgHow extreme environmental conditions affect the human brain

Members of a polar research expedition have provided researchers from Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin and the Max Planck

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18:49 Phys.orgBlueprint for nanomaterial development offers hope to newborns, elderly and busy doctors

Newborn babies, elderly people, sick hospital patients and sports enthusiasts all stand to gain from a breakthrough in the development of wearable technology using nanomaterials from the University of Sussex.

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18:44 ScienceDaily.comBlueprint for nanomaterial development offers hope to newborns, elderly and busy doctors

Scientist hopes 'blueprint' leads to a new golden age of healthcare.

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18:43 Aps.org Editors' SuggestionsRevival of the Dark Matter Hypothesis for the Galactic Center Gamma-Ray Excess

Author(s): Rebecca K. Leane and Tracy R. Slatyer The so-called gamma-ray excess that radiates from the core of our Galaxy might be from dark matter after all.
[Phys. Rev. Lett. 123, 241101] Published Wed Dec 11, 2019

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