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11.01.2019
17:30 TechInvestorNews.comRobots, poop sensors and a dog food cannon: The bold new tech of CES 2019 - CNET (Claire Reilly/CNET - Business Tech)

Claire Reilly / CNET - Business TechRobots, poop sensors and a dog food cannon: The bold new tech of CES 2019 - CNET - For the past five years, Tech West has been delivering CES crowds the promise of something new, weird and potentially game-changing -- all you need to do is look. ...

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17:03 Aps.org Editors' SuggestionsHow Difficult is it to Prepare a Quantum State?

Author(s): Davide Girolami A key computational resource to prepare a quantum system in a target state, an important subroutine of quantum information protocols, is identified and quantified.
[Phys. Rev. Lett. 122, 010505] Published Fri Jan 11, 2019

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16:47 AzoNano.comResearchers Develop a Novel Way to Supply Drugs into Cells at Nanoscale

Scientists at Washington State University have devised a new method for supplying drugs and therapies into cells at the nanoscale without resulting in harmful effects that have hindered other such...

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16:36 TechInvestorNews.comNetflix could use AI to clamp down on people sharing their account with friends and family (Mark Wycislik-Wilson/Betanews)

Mark Wycislik-Wilson / BetanewsNetflix could use AI to clamp down on people sharing their account with friends and family - Netflix has millions of users around the world, but how many of these are actually paying customers? Many of us either know (or are) people who share their Netflix account with friends and family, or leech off the one person they know thats willing to pay for a subscription. But ...

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16:25 LiveScience.comA Mirror Image of Our Universe May Have Existed Before the Big Bang

Before the Big Bang, time may have run in reverse.

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16:03 Phys.orgIt looks like dark matter can be heated up and moved around

Look at a galaxy, what do you see? Probably lots of stars. Nebulae too. And that's probably it. A whole bunch of stars and gas in a variety of colorful assortments; a delight to the eye. And buried among those stars, if you looked carefully enough, you might find planets, black holes, white dwarves, asteroids, and all sorts of assorted chunky odds and ends. The usual galactic milieu.

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15:31 TechInvestorNews.comQuantum, the worlds first software-defined satellite, moves a step closer to commission (Graeme.Burton@incisivemedia.com(Graeme Burton)/V3 Articles)

Graeme.Burton@incisivemedia.com(Graeme Burton) / V3 ArticlesQuantum, the worlds first software-defined satellite, moves a step closer to commission - Quantum satellite will be reprogrammable in orbit to adapt to changing demands in bandwidth, frequency, power and coverage ...

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15:09 Technology.orgGiving Cas9 an ‘on’ switch for better control of CRISPR gene editing

CRISPR-Cas9 is a revolutionary tool in part because of its versatility: created by bacteria to chew up viruses,

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14:30 NewScientist.ComVideo shows the moment China's Chang'e 4 landed on moon's far side

The China National Space Administration has released footage from its Chang'e 4 lander showing the moment it landed on the moon's far side on 3 January

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14:24 AzoNano.comResearchers Use Benzene to Create a New Kind of Molecular Nanotube

Benzene—a common hydrocarbon—has been used by researchers for the first time to produce a new form of molecular nanotube, which could pave the way to advanced nanocarbon-based...

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14:03 Nanowerk.comBirth of a black hole or neutron star captured for first time

Mysteriously bright glow of this summer's 'Cow' event gained international interest.

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13:52 Technology.orgHyundai created a system to help hearing-impaired drivers (Video)

Everyone wants to be mobile and independent. Cars are great tools for that, but some people encounter some

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12:58 Phys.orgChina broadcasts spacecraft pictures from moon's far side

China has broadcast pictures taken by its rover and lander on the moon's far side.

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12:36 TechInvestorNews.comAmazon unveils ad-supported IMDb video streaming service (Engadget)

EngadgetAmazon unveils ad-supported IMDb video streaming service - Its been rumored that Amazon has been working on an ad-supported video streaming service, similar to whats offered from Vudu and Roku, and now the service has officially launched. Variety reports that IMDb Freedive, as the streaming service is called, currently lists around 130 movies and 29 TV titles, but ...

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12:36 TechInvestorNews.comAmazon Mime: We train (badly) an AI love bot using divorce bombshell Bezos alleged sexts to his new (webmaster@theregister.co.uk (Chris Williams)/The Register)

webmaster@theregister.co.uk (Chris Williams) / The RegisterAmazon Mime: We train (badly) an AI love bot using divorce bombshell Bezos alleged sexts to his new - Why? For science! Within hours of announcing that he and his wife are divorcing, whats alleged to be Amazon tycoon Jeff Bezos steamy texts to his new girlfriend were leaked online. ...

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11:10 AzoRobotics.comSymphony RetailAI to Showcase AI-Enabled Solutions at NRF Big Show 2019

Symphony RetailAI to showcase innovative AI-enabled solutions launched in 2018 that enable high-volume retailers to ‘identify, activate and realize’ profitable revenue growth Symphony...

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08:29 Gizmag Astronomers witness strange space "Cow" give birth to a black hole


In June 2018, a bright light burst into the skies over the Northern Hemisphere. At a glance it looked like any other supernova, but on closer inspection this thing turned out to be far weirder. Officially known as AT2018cow (but quickly nicknamed "The Cow"), astronomers now believe the ATLAS survey's twin telescopes in Hawaii captured an unprecedented look at the birth of a black hole or a neutron star.
.. Continue Reading Astronomers witness strange space "Cow" give birth to a black hole Category: Space Tags: Astronomy Black hole Northwestern University Stars Supernova

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08:16 News-Medical.NetSensors incorporated with nanomaterials offer greater sensitivity and accuracy

Electrochemical sensors and biosensors allow researchers to measure small quantities of chemicals or physico-chemical parameters in experimental settings.

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07:36 TechInvestorNews.comIBM’s Q System One is the rock star quantum computing needs (Matthew S. Smith/Digital Trends)

Matthew S. Smith / Digital TrendsIBM’s Q System One is the rock star quantum computing needs - Quantum computing is intriguing. Its also confusing, distant, and unfathomable, which means people often skip right by the topic. IBMs Q System One may not be a scientific breakthrough, but it finally gives everyone a reason to stop and stare. The post IBMs Q System One is the rock star ...

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04:52 ScienceDaily.comNew role for brain's support cells in controlling circadian rhythms

A new study has found that astrocytes, previously thought of as just supporting neurons in regulating circadian rhythms, can actually lead the tempo of the body's internal clock and have been shown for the first time to be able to control patterns of daily behavior in mammals.

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04:21 ScienceDaily.comCRISPR study reveals new immune system regulators

Scientists have created the first retroviral CRISPR-Cas9 gene editing library to explore the regulation of mouse T cells, which are key cells in the immune system. Researchers mapped the most important genes for controlling T helper cells, and identified several new regulatory genes. The results could help researchers develop new treatments to activate the immune system against tumours or infection.

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03:33 TechInvestorNews.comNvidias CEO reportedly slams rival AMDs new 7-nanometer gaming graphics card (NVDA, AMD) (Ethel Jiang/Business Insider: Finance)

Ethel Jiang / Business Insider: FinanceNvidias CEO reportedly slams rival AMDs new 7-nanometer gaming graphics card (NVDA, AMD) - Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang slammed rival AMDs first 7-nanometer gaming graphics card right after it was unveiled. Huang described the performance of AMDs latest Radeon VII graphics processing unit as lousy, according to Gizmodo, which was at the roundtable attended by media outlets. AMD says the new chip can provide ...

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03:33 TechInvestorNews.comNetflix Password Sharing May Soon Be Impossible Due To New AI Tracking (Slashdot)

SlashdotNetflix Password Sharing May Soon Be Impossible Due To New AI Tracking - An anonymous reader quotes a report from The Independent: A video software firm has come up with a way to prevent people from sharing their account details for Netflix and other streaming services with friends and family members. UK-based Synamedia unveiled the artificial intelligence software at the CES 2019 technology ...

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03:08 ScienceDaily.comBirth of a black hole or neutron star captured for first time

After combining several imaging sources, including hard X-rays and radiowaves, a team now speculates that the telescopes captured the exact moment a star collapsed to form a compact object, such as a black hole or neutron star. The stellar debris, approaching and swirling around the object's event horizon, caused The Cow's remarkably bright glow.

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02:20 LiveScience.comThis Exploding 'Cow' May Be the First Black Hole Birth Ever Observed

Is this exploding "Cow" the first live birth of a black hole or neutron star ever seen from Earth?

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01:45 ScienceDaily.comAI approach outperformed human experts in identifying cervical precancer

A research team has developed a computer algorithm that can analyze digital images of a woman's cervix and accurately identify precancerous changes that require medical attention. This artificial intelligence (AI) approach, called automated visual evaluation, has the potential to revolutionize cervical cancer screening, particularly in low-resource settings.

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01:39 TechInvestorNews.comIntel at CES 2019: Hybrid chips, AI and Project Athena (Engadget)

EngadgetIntel at CES 2019: Hybrid chips, AI and Project Athena - Intel had a ton of news to share at CES 2019. From six new ninth-generation Core processors and new 10nm chips to intriguing hybrid architecture, AI processors and 5G networking cards, the company covered a broad spectrum with its launch. It also announced a curious program called Project Athena thats ...

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01:28 Phys.orgBirth of a black hole or neutron star captured for first time

A Northwestern University-led international team is getting closer to understanding the mysteriously bright object that burst in the northern sky this summer.

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01:18 TechnologyReview.comThe formation of a black hole or neutron star has been recorded for the first time

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01:14 ScienceDaily.comDecades-old question about protein found in Alzheimer's brain plaques

Alzheimer's-affected brains are riddled with so-called amyloid plaques: protein aggregates consisting mainly of amyloid-beta. However, this amyloid-beta is a fragment produced from a precursor protein whose normal function has remained enigmatic for decades. A team of scientists has now uncovered that this amyloid precursor protein modulates neuronal signal transmission through binding to a specific receptor. Modulating this receptor could potentially help treat Alzheimer's or other brain diseases.

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01:14 ScienceDaily.comDisconnect between brain's dopamine system and cocaine addiction

Researchers have revealed significant insight into cocaine addiction, a phenomenon which has grown significantly in the United States since 2015.

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00:47 DefenseTech.orgArmy Looking at AI-Controlled Weapons to Counter Enemy Fire

Until now, the military has required a human to be in the decision-making process for when to use deadly force.

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00:43 ScienceDaily.comGiving Cas9 an 'on' switch for better control of CRISPR gene editing

Scientists have created an 'on' switch for CRISPR-Cas9 that allows it to be turned on in select cells only, specifically those that have a particular protein-cutting enzyme, or protease. Viruses produce such proteases, as do cancer cells, so the Cas9 variants -- called ProCas9 -- could be used as sensors for viral infections or cancer. The variants were discovered by circular permutations on wild-type Cas9 designed to produce a stripped-down Cas9 tuned to human cells.

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00:43 ScienceDaily.comBioinspired nanoscale drug delivery method

Researchers have developed a novel way to deliver drugs and therapies into cells at the nanoscale without causing toxic effects that have stymied other such efforts. The work could someday lead to more effective therapies and diagnostics for cancer and other illnesses.

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00:43 ScienceDaily.comMore stable light comes from intentionally 'squashed' quantum dots

Intentionally 'squashing' colloidal quantum dots during chemical synthesis creates dots capable of stable, 'blink-free' light emission that is fully comparable with the light produced by dots made with more complex processes.

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00:37 Gizmag Furrion parts the seas with AI-powered "world's smartest yacht"


The Nevada desert is not the place you'd expect to find the world's most intelligent yacht, but that's exactly where she's docked right now. The first ever yacht to appear at CES, the US$5 million Furrion Adonis provides luxury and convenience above and beyond other yachts and superyachts, relying on a comprehensive onboard AI system called "Angel." With facial recognition, voice control, smart mirrors and touch displays scattered throughout the vessel, Angel makes a luxurious ocean vacation that much more personalized and spectacular.
.. Continue Reading Furrion parts the seas with AI-powered "world's smartest yacht" Category: Marine Tags: Artificial Intelligence CES 2019 Furrion Marine Numarine Smart Home Yachts

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00:23 ScienceDaily.comChemical synthesis of nanotubes

For the first time, researchers used benzene -- a common hydrocarbon -- to create a novel kind of molecular nanotube, which could lead to new nanocarbon-based semiconductor applications.

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00:15 NYT ScienceDr. Lewis L. Judd, 88, Advocate of Brain Science, Dies at 88

At the National Institute of Mental Health, he helped put in place an ambitious research agenda focused on biology as the key to understanding psychiatric problems.

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00:06 Phys.orgMore stable light comes from intentionally 'squashed' quantum dots

Intentionally "squashing" colloidal quantum dots during chemical synthesis creates dots capable of stable, "blink-free" light emission that is fully comparable with the light produced by dots made with more complex processes. The squashed dots emit spectrally narrow light with a highly stable intensity and a non-fluctuating emission energy. New research at Los Alamos National Laboratory suggests that the strained colloidal quantum dots represent a viable alternative to presently employed nanoscale light sources, and they deserve exploration as single-particle, nanoscale light sources for optical "quantum" circuits, ultrasensitive sensors, and medical diagnostics.

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10.01.2019
23:53 NYT HealthDr. Lewis L. Judd, 88, Advocate of Brain Science, Dies at 88

At the National Institute of Mental Health, he helped put in place an ambitious research agenda focused on biology as the key to understanding psychiatric problems.

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23:35 InsideEVs.comRide Inside The Mercedes-Benz EQC: Video

Detour through the desert. The Mercedes-Benz EQC 400 4MATIC, to use its full name, has come to America. No, the all-electric SUV isn’t already appearing in showrooms on our shores — that’s only set to happen in 2020, at least six months after it’s unleashed in Europe. What it is doing is drumming up publicity, […]

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23:34 TechInvestorNews.comU.S. Military Trusted More Than Google, Facebook to Develop AI (Bloomberg/Windows IT Pro)

Bloomberg / Windows IT ProU.S. Military Trusted More Than Google, Facebook to Develop AI - Facebook Inc. is among the technology companies leading the race to develop artificial intelligence. But Americans dont trust it to do so responsibly, a survey found. ...

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22:42 Nanowerk.comMore stable light comes from intentionally 'squashed' quantum dots

Exploiting new ?strain engineering? approach produces highly stable, narrow linewidth light from individual quantum dots.

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22:20 Nanowerk.comChemical synthesis of benzene nanotubes

For the first time, researchers used benzene - a common hydrocarbon - to create a novel kind of molecular nanotube, which could lead to new nanocarbon-based semiconductor applications.

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22:10 Phys.orgNanometer-sized tubes made from simple benzene molecules

For the first time, researchers used benzene, a common hydrocarbon, to create a novel kind of molecular nanotube, which could lead to new nanocarbon-based semiconductor applications.

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21:18 Drugs.comAI Beats Humans at Detecting Cervical Precancers

THURSDAY, Jan. 10, 2019 -- Many women in developing countries lack access to advanced screening for cervical cancer. But researchers say a new "AI" technique might help. The technique relies on photos and computer artificial intelligence to identify...

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20:55 TechnologyReview.comCongress is about to renew its ban on creating CRISPR babies in the US

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19:50 LiveScience.comThis Huge Black Hole Is Spinning at Half the Speed of Light!

The crumbs left over from a supermassive black hole's recent meal have allowed scientists to calculate the monster's rotation rate, and the results are mind-boggling.

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19:40 Phys.orgVideo: How compostable plastic works

Due to the demands of eco-conscious consumers, manufacturers are making more and more disposable plastic products from compostable polylactic acid.

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19:28 Phys.orgNanomaterials are changing the world—but we still don't have adequate safety tests for them

Nanotechnology may well be one of the most talked about industries of the last few years. Predicted to value US$173.95 billion globally by 2025, this fast-moving sector is already delivering major sustainability, health and well-being benefits to society.

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19:18 Nanowerk.comReseaechers develop bioinspired, nontoxic nanoscale drug delivery method

Researchers have developed a novel way to deliver drugs and therapies into cells at the nanoscale without causing toxic effects that have stymied other such efforts.

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19:13 NewScientist.ComA ghostly trick produces X-ray images with a lower dose of radiation

Producing X-rays using a technique called ghost imaging, in which only some of the radiation passes through the subject, could reduce the dose required for cancer screening

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19:07 Phys.orgGiving Cas9 an 'on' switch for better control of CRISPR gene editing

CRISPR-Cas9 is a revolutionary tool in part because of its versatility: created by bacteria to chew up viruses, it works equally well in human cells to do all sorts of genetic tricks, including cutting and pasting DNA, making pinpoint mutations and activating or inactivating a gene.

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19:07 Phys.orgNew CRISPR-Cas9 variants can respond to viral proteases

Using a technique called circular permutation, researchers at the University of California Berkeley have created a new suite of Cas9 variants called Cas9-CPs, which will simplify design of Cas9-fusion proteins for diverse applications beyond simple DNA cutting, such as base editing and epigenetic modifications. The work appears January 10 in the journal Cell.

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18:18 NewScientist.ComAI created images of food just by reading the recipes

AI can read a recipe and guess what the food will look like. Some of the results look like food you might cook at home, others look like inedible mush

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18:11 Phys.orgVideo: Fifteen years imaging the Red Planet

On 25 December 2003, ESA's Mars Express entered orbit around the Red Planet. The spacecraft began returning the first images from orbit using its High Resolution Stereo Camera just a couple of weeks later, and over the course of its fifteen year history has captured thousands of images covering the globe.

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18:00 Phys.orgResearchers develop bioinspired nanoscale drug delivery method

Washington State University researchers have developed a novel way to deliver drugs and therapies into cells at the nanoscale without causing toxic effects that have stymied other such efforts.

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17:44 ScienceDaily.comScientists harness machine learning to uncover new insights into the human brain

An inter-disciplinary research team has successfully employed machine learning to uncover new insights into the cellular architecture of the human brain. This approach could potentially be used to assess treatment of neurological disorders, and to develop new therapies.

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17:27 Phys.orgCygnus A: Ricocheting black hole jet discovered by Chandra

A ricocheting jet blasting from a giant black hole has been captured by NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory, as reported in our latest press release. In this composite image of Cygnus A, X-rays from Chandra (red, green, and blue that represent low, medium and high energy X-rays) are combined with an optical view from the Hubble Space Telescope of the galaxies and stars in the same field of view. Chandra's data reveal the presence of powerful jets of particles and electromagnetic energy that have shot out from the black hole. The jet on the left has slammed into a wall of hot gas, then ricocheted to punch a hole in a cloud of energetic particles, before it collides with another part of the gas wall.

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17:16 ExtremeTech.comIBM Unveils Q System One Quantum Computer

Quantum computers continue to improve, but until now have confined to research labs. IBM is hoping to change that with a new model that it claims has the reliability and industrial design chops to make it suitable for deployment in commercial environments.
The post IBM Unveils Q System One Quantum Computer appeared first on ExtremeTech.

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17:16 Phys.orgChang'e 4: Why the moon's far side looks red in new images

The first ever images taken from the surface of the far side of the moon have been released following the Chinese National Space Administration's (CNSA) successful landing there. The lander Chang'e 4 and rover Yutu 2 follow from Chang'e 3 and the original Yutu rover that were deployed on the moon's near side in 2013.

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16:43 Phys.orgNanocrystals get better when they double up with MOFs

Out of the box, crystalline MOFs (metal-organic frameworks) look like ordinary salt crystals. But MOFs are anything but ordinary crystals – deep within each crystalline "grain" lies an intricate network of thin, molecular cages that can pull harmful gas emissions like carbon dioxide from the air, and contain them for a really long time.

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15:26 AzoRobotics.comAxiomtek's eBOX800-900-FL – An Outdoor Edge AI System with NVIDIA Jetson™ TX2 Module

Axiomtek - a world-renowned leader relentlessly devoted in the research, development and manufacture of series of innovative and reliable industrial computer products of high efficiency – is pleased...

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15:15 AzoNano.comNovel Carbon Nanorod Catalysts Could Reduce Overall Cost of Clean Energy Fuel Cells

As reported by a study published in the Applied Catalysis B: Environmental journal, scientists at Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Science & Technology (DGIST) have created nano-catalysts with the...

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14:53 Nanowerk.comAstronomers observe evolution of a black hole as it wolfs down stellar

Halo of highly energized electrons around the black hole contracts dramatically during feeding frenzy.

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14:53 LiveScience.comPhotos: Decapitated Romans Found in Ancient Cemetery

A fourth century A.D. Roman cemetery in England has more than a dozen decapitated bodies in it, a new excavation reveals.

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14:43 AzoNano.comSelf-Sorting Behavior of “Nanomats” Holds Potential Applications

Kanazawa University researchers have revealed that self-sorting is exhibited by certain hexagonal and pentagonal organic molecules. The study has been reported in Communications Chemistry. The...

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14:43 Nanowerk.comX-ray pulse detected near event horizon as black hole devours star

Pulse pattern suggests distant black hole must be spinning at least at 50 percent the speed of light.

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14:43 Nanowerk.comNanomaterials are changing the world - but we still don't have adequate safety tests for them

Although standard hazard assessments are available for a wide range of things - such as chemical compounds - nanomaterials have unique properties so cannot be evaluated in exactly the same way.

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14:42 AzoRobotics.comArtificial Intelligence Used to Support Instant Diagnosis of Diabetic Eye Disease

Diabetic retinopathy is the main cause of vision loss in adults and its impact is growing around the world, with 191 million people estimated to be affected by 2030. There are no early-stage...

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14:11 InsideEVs.comNissan LEAF e+ Image Overload & Videos Galore

Nissan LEAF e+ is simply the best LEAF yet Nissan LEAF e+ had its big day with an unveiling in Yokohama, Japan at Nissan‘s global headquarters and a parallel presentation at the 2019 CES. We are cautiously optimistic about the latest version, which soon will enter sales in Japan, then also in the U.S. and […]

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13:36 TechnologyReview.comAmericans want to regulate AI but don’t trust anyone to do it

The public thinks that AI is likely to cause more harm than good, a new report has shown.

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12:40 AzoRobotics.comTuya Smart Unveils AI Home Security and Smart Office Solutions at CES 2019

Leading AI + IoT enterprise presents AI Video Doorbell and AI Pad Tuya Smart, an "AI+IoT" developer platform that makes plugins to enable manufacturers to transform ordinary products into smart...

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11:46 Technology.orgMass. General study reveals how solid stress from brain tumors causes neuronal loss, neurologic dysfunction

A Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH)-led research team has demonstrated, for the first time, how solid stress – the

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11:46 Technology.orgDARPA awards UB engineers $1 million to ‘teach’ physics to AI systems

Intimidated by physics? You’re not alone. Artificial intelligence (AI) systems — the uber-smart machines that many predict will

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10:53 Technology.orgX-ray pulse detected near event horizon as black hole devours star

On Nov. 22, 2014, astronomers spotted a rare event in the night sky: A supermassive black hole at

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10:31 News-Medical.NetRobots to improve safety and efficiency of spinal procedures

Robots will perform spinal surgery with greater accuracy than humanly possible as part of a ground-breaking research project led by Nottingham Trent University.

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10:10 Technology.orgAstronomers observe evolution of a black hole as it wolfs down stellar

On March 11, an instrument aboard the International Space Station detected an enormous explosion of X-ray light that

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09:38 TechInvestorNews.comAnnouncing @IsomorphicHQ to Exhibit at @CloudEXPO Silicon Valley | #Cloud #AI #CIO #IoT #SmartClient (SAP DEVELOPER'S JOURNAL)

SAP DEVELOPER'S JOURNALAnnouncing @IsomorphicHQ to Exhibit at @CloudEXPO Silicon Valley | #Cloud #AI #CIO #IoT #SmartClient - Isomorphic Software is the global leader in high-end, web-based business applications. We develop, market, and support the SmartClient Smart GWT HTML5/Ajax platform, combining the productivity and performance of traditional desktop software with the simplicity and reach of the open web. With staff in 10 timezones, Isomorphic provides a global ...

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08:55 AzoRobotics.comWorld’s First Personal AI Assistant for the Ears from Oticon Will Enable People with Hearing Loss to Train Their Hearing Aid According to Their Lifestyle

The World’s first personal AI assistant for hearing aids is here. Oticon Kaizn™ will provide Oticon’s Opn™ 2.4GHz connected hearing aid users an innovative way to train their...

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08:45 AzoRobotics.comNew Book Looks at the Possibilities and Perils of the Digital Revolution of AI

The invasion of robots has long been predicted, but – according to a new book by Cambridge-trained sociologist Anthony Elliott – AI is not so much the future as a revolution already well...

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05:34 ScienceDaily.comUltra-sensitive sensor with gold nanoparticle array

Scientists have developed a new type of sensor platform using a gold nanoparticle array, which is 100 times more sensitive than current similar sensors.

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05:13 ScienceDaily.comExcessive body fat around the middle linked to smaller brain size, study finds

Carrying extra body fat, especially around the middle, may be linked to brain shrinkage, according to new research. For the study, researchers determined obesity by measuring body mass index (BMI) and waist-to-hip ratio in study participants and found those with higher ratios of both measures had the lowest brain volume.

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04:56 Google news HealthRemember virtual reality? Its buzz has faded at CES 2019 - Fox News

Remember virtual reality? Its buzz has faded at CES 2019  Fox News NEW YORK (AP) — Just a few years ago, virtual reality was poised to take over the world. After decades of near misses, the revolution finally seemed imminent, ...
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04:56 Google news Sci/TechRemember virtual reality? Its buzz has faded at CES 2019 - Fox News

Remember virtual reality? Its buzz has faded at CES 2019  Fox News NEW YORK (AP) — Just a few years ago, virtual reality was poised to take over the world. After decades of near misses, the revolution finally seemed imminent, ...
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04:32 ScienceDaily.comX-ray pulse detected near event horizon as black hole devours star

New findings are the first demonstration of a tidal disruption flare being used to estimate a black hole's spin.

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01:39 TechInvestorNews.comThe doctor will see you now … on your phone, with an AI assistant: How tech is changing healthcare (Todd Bishop/GeekWire)

Todd Bishop / GeekWireThe doctor will see you now … on your phone, with an AI assistant: How tech is changing healthcare - What role will artificial intelligence play in healthcare? How can smartphones make healthcare more accessible? And whats the future of tech giants such as Amazon and Google in the world of health? Those are a few of the issues we discussed with a panel of health tech leaders during a ...

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01:28 Phys.orgX-ray pulse detected near event horizon as black hole devours star

On Nov. 22, 2014, astronomers spotted a rare event in the night sky: A supermassive black hole at the center of a galaxy, nearly 300 million light years from Earth, ripping apart a passing star. The event, known as a tidal disruption flare, for the black hole's massive tidal pull that tears a star apart, created a burst of X-ray activity near the center of the galaxy. Since then, a host of observatories have trained their sights on the event, in hopes of learning more about how black holes feed.

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00:58 InsideEVs.comHere Is The Nissan LEAF e+ 62 kWh Battery: Video

It could be the best Nissan battery pack ever The new Nissan LEAF e+ brings significant improvement in battery capacity (62 kWh) and range (up to 364 km / 226 miles EPA). According to what we know so far, Nissan decided to switch to lithium-ion cells from LG Chem, which are already used to produce […]

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00:48 9to5mac.comAMD unveils new 7-nanometer next-generation Radeon VII GPU

Today at CES AMD unveiled its next-generation GPU, the Radeon VII (pronounced seven), the world’s first GPU with a 7nm process. This news is particularly intriguing for Mac users, given the outright lack of support for competing Nvidia cards in macOS Mojave. It’s highly likely that macOS will gain future compatibility with AMD’s just-announced hardware in future releases. more…
The post AMD unveils new 7-nanometer next-generation Radeon VII GPU appeared first on 9to5Mac.

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00:36 TechInvestorNews.comUbtech’s new and improved robot assistants take a bow at CES 2019 (Luke Dormehl/Digital Trends)

Luke Dormehl / Digital TrendsUbtech’s new and improved robot assistants take a bow at CES 2019 - Chinese startup Ubtech has debuted its improved Walker humanoid robot and Cruzr service robot at CES 2019. Heres what distinguishes the new versions from their immediate predecessors. The post Ubtechs new and improved robot assistants take a bow at CES 2019 appeared first on Digital Trends. ...

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00:36 TechInvestorNews.comAMD is sliding after unveiling its 7-nanometer gaming graphics card (AMD) (Ethel Jiang/Business Insider: Finance)

Ethel Jiang / Business Insider: FinanceAMD is sliding after unveiling its 7-nanometer gaming graphics card (AMD) - AMD fell 2.7% to $20.19 Wednesday after the company unveiled the first 7-nanometer gaming graphics card. The chipmaker on Wednesday announced the Radeon VII, a 7 nm graphics processing unit (GPU), at the Global Stage for Innovation (CES) annual event. The new chip provides twice the memory and up to ...

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00:23 CNN HealthExcessive body fat around the middle linked to smaller brain, study says

Big waist, small brain? If you're too heavy, especially around your middle, you probably have shrunken gray matter volume in your brain, according to a study published Wednesday in the journal Neurology. Gray matter contains most of your brain's 100 billion nerve cells, while white matter is filled with nerve fibers that connect the brain regions.

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00:21 ScienceDaily.comAstronomers map 'light echoes' of newly discovered black hole

A team of astronomers has charted the environment surrounding a relatively small, 'stellar mass' black hole that is 10 times the mass of the sun. The observations provide the clearest picture to date of how these small black holes consume matter and emit energy.

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00:14 LiveScience.comThere's a Link Between the Size of Your Belly and the Size of Your Brain

A new study links belly fat, or visceral fat, with brain shrinkage.

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00:02 Medscape.ComAI-Based Liver Allocation More Equitable Than MELD Score

Using a machine-learning approach to allocate deceased-donor organs rather than the MELD score could have resulted in more than 400 lives saved annually, investigators found.

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09.01.2019
23:28 ScienceDaily.comAstronomers observe evolution of a black hole as it wolfs down stellar material

On March 11, an instrument aboard the International Space Station detected an enormous explosion of X-ray light that grew to be six times as bright as the Crab Nebula, nearly 10,000 light years away from Earth. Scientists determined the source was a black hole caught in the midst of an outburst -- an extreme phase in which a black hole can spew brilliant bursts of X-ray energy as it devours an avalanche of gas and dust from a nearby star.

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23:22 Technology.orgNew SentiVeillance 7.0 SDK and SentiVeillance Server Video Analytics for Cameras and Video Management Systems

SentiVeillance includes algorithms for face recognition, vehicle-human classification and tracking, and automatic license plate recognition. Neurotechnology, a provider

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22:44 ScienceDaily.comFirst pregnancy after robot-assisted uterus transplant

Research on uterine transplantation is now supported by robotic surgery. This change has made operating on the donors considerably less invasive. After the technical modification, a first woman is now pregnant.

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22:37 ScienceMag.orgAging Voyager 1 spacecraft undermines idea that dark matter is tiny black holes

There are too few of them to do the trick, data suggest

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