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09.08.2019
22:12 CNBC technologyTwitter reverses course, unlocks Mitch McConnell campaign account without removing violent video

Conservative groups threatened to pull ads from Twitter after it locked the Team Mitch account for posting a video threatening violence against him.

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21:40 TechnologyReview.comDon’t change your DNA at home, says America’s first CRISPR law

A California “human biohacking” bill calls for warnings on do-it-yourself genetic engineering kits.

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20:51 ScienceDaily.comWhere in the universe can you find a black hole nursery?

Gravitational wave researchers have developed a new model that could help astronomers track down the origin of heavy black hole systems in the Universe.

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20:51 ScienceDaily.comEnhancing the quality of AI requires moving beyond the quantitative

Artificial Intelligence engineers should enlist ideas and expertise from a broad range of social science disciplines, including those embracing qualitative methods, in order to reduce the potential harm of their creations and to better serve society as a whole, a pair of researchers has concluded.

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20:45 TechnologyReview.comAstronomers have discovered the largest black hole ever observed

The monstrous object should be big enough for ground-based radio telescopes to image.

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20:23 TechnologyReview.comA startup that marries AI with empathy is helping women conceive

Univfy uses machine learning to give women personalized predictions—and a sense of hope—for their chances of having a baby.

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20:18 ScienceDaily.comBrain researchers invent an affordable smartphone measurement for testing of medications

Brain researchers have invented an inexpensive method to measure tremor as known from Parkinson's disease in mice. The method utilises the accelerometer in a smartphone to measure the tremor. The new invention allows researchers to measure how various medications affect tremors, in a much more affordable and expedient way.

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20:12 Phys.orgUltracold quantum particles break classical symmetry

Many phenomena of the natural world evidence symmetries in their dynamic evolution which help researchers to better understand a system's inner mechanism. In quantum physics, however, these symmetries are not always achieved. In laboratory experiments with ultracold lithium atoms, researchers from the Center for Quantum Dynamics at Heidelberg University have proven for the first time the theoretically predicted deviation from classical symmetry. Their results were published in the journal Science.

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19:40 TechInvestorNews.comArtificial intelligence scores another victory in diagnosing breast cancer (James Thorne/GeekWire)

James Thorne / GeekWireArtificial intelligence scores another victory in diagnosing breast cancer - Human doctors once again fell short of artificial intelligence in a test to accurately diagnose breast cancer, adding yet more evidence that AI-aided diagnostics may soon be commonplace. Researchers at the University of Washington and UCLA created a system that was able to distinguish between a pair of conditions that ...

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19:28 Benzinga.comWhat's Driving Nano-Cap Agri-Biotech Arcadia Biosciences Higher?

Nano-cap agri-biotech Arcadia Biosciences Inc (NASDAQ: RKDA)'s stock was rallying on roughly 94 times its average volume Friday.
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19:26 Zdnet.comMcAfee buys container security startup NanoSec

McAfee intends to use NanoSec to bolster its MVISION Cloud and MVISION Server Protection products.

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19:26 Nanowerk.comCyborg organoids offer a rare glimpse into the early stages of organ development

Stretchable, integrated mesh nanoelectronics grow with the developing cells.

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19:21 NewScientist.ComMilky Way's black hole has got 75 times brighter and we don't know why

Astronomers were shocked to find the area around the supermassive black hole at the centre of the Milky Way growing 75 times brighter in just two hours

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18:31 TechInvestorNews.comCan an open-source AI take on Amazon and Google? (Engadget)

EngadgetCan an open-source AI take on Amazon and Google? - Its only been a few years since Amazon unveiled the Alexa-powered Echo, but since then, smart speakers have become a major consumer-electronics category. Key to its success is the notion of the always-on virtual assistant, which other companies like Apple and Google have adopted as well. In fact, not only ...

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18:26 Aps.org Editors' SuggestionsNon-Abelian Berry phase for open quantum systems: Topological protection versus geometric dephasing

Author(s): Kyrylo Snizhko, Reinhold Egger, and Yuval Gefen To what extent can coupling to a dissipative environment hinder the emergence of a geometric phase? And does dissipation undermine its possibly non-Abelian nature? Here, the authors show that non-Abelian geometric phase survives the presence of an environment, albeit modified. The dissipative coupling is manifest in the non-Abelian dynamics. Moreover, it gives rise to non-Abelian geometric dephasing, which may suppress or enhance coherent contributions, depending on the order of adiabatic operations.
[Phys. Rev. B 100, 085303] Published Fri Aug 09, 2019

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18:11 DigitalTrends.comAluminum-carbon nanotubes could replace copper wiring in cars, report says

The average car features up to 60 pounds of copper wiring, but researchers are looking to reduce some of that weight. Combining aluminum with carbon nanotubes could be the solution, those researchers believe.

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18:09 TechnologyReview.comYou can now practice firing someone in virtual reality

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17:19 Aps.org Editors' SuggestionsQuantum Interference of Electromechanically Stabilized Emitters in Nanophotonic Devices

Author(s): B. Machielse, S. Bogdanovic, S. Meesala, S. Gauthier, M. J. Burek, G. Joe, M. Chalupnik, Y. I. Sohn, J. Holzgrafe, R. E. Evans, C. Chia, H. Atikian, M. K. Bhaskar, D. D. Sukachev, L. Shao, S. Maity, M. D. Lukin, and M. Lončar Researchers entangle a pair of light-emitting atoms in a micrometer-scale device, which could potentially be useful for quantum communication and cryptography.
[Phys. Rev. X 9, 031022] Published Fri Aug 09, 2019

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16:38 Phys.orgVegan food's sustainability claims need to give the full picture

The IPCC special report, Climate Change and Land, released last night, has found a third of the world's greenhouse gas emissions come from the "land": largely farming, food production, land clearing and deforestation.

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16:34 ScienceDaily.comDisrupted genetic clocks in schizophrenia-affected brains reveal clues to the disease

Researchers studying schizophrenia-affected brains have discovered that the daily timing of gene expression is highly disrupted in the region responsible for cognition and memory. The findings could help reveal previously missed genetic links to the disease.

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16:16 Phys.orgCyborg organoids offer rare view into early stages of development

What happens in the early days of organ development? How do a small group of cells organize to become a heart, a brain, or a kidney? This critical period of development has long remained the black box of developmental biology, in part because no sensor was small or flexible enough to observe this process without damaging the cells.

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16:14 News-Medical.NetEncapsulating two drugs in same nanovector can greatly improve drug delivery

Encapsulating two drugs with different properties into nanovesicles surrounded by antibodies can greatly improve their delivery and efficacy, according to a study led by Xavier Fernández Busquets, director of the joint Nanomalaria unit at the Institute for Bionengineering of Catalonia and the Barcelona Institute for Global Health, an institution supported by "la Caixa"

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15:20 InsideEVs.comFully Charged Tests Porsche Taycan Acceleration: Video

It's not a typical review, but Porsche proves that the Taycan can live up to the promise of repeated acceleration.

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14:57 Nanowerk.comNanowire arrays could improve solar cells

Researchers have turned to ordered metal nanowire meshes that provide high transmissivity (due to the small diameters of the nanowires), high electrical connectivity (due to the many contact points in the mesh) and use more common elements to fabricate transparent electrodes.

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14:35 Phys.orgNanowire arrays could improve solar cells

Transparent electrodes are a critical component of solar cells and electronic displays. To collect electricity in a solar cell or inject electricity for a display, you need a conductive contact, like a metal, but you also need to be able to let light in (for solar cells) or out (for displays).

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14:24 Technology.orgManipulating Brain Cells through a Smartphone-Controlled Implant

Thanks to a three-year long collaborative effort by researchers from South Korea and the United States, and dozens

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13:04 Technology.orgNew Concept for High Quality Plasma Accelerators

Two-stage acceleration could dramatically enhance beam quality. DESY scientists have proposed a new concept for so-called plasma accelerators

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12:30 AzoRobotics.comNew Report Forecasts Growth of Robot Software Market Worldwide

The "Robot Software - Market Analysis, Trends, and Forecasts" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering. Robot Software market worldwide is projected to grow by US$20.3...

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12:19 AzoRobotics.comGuided by AI, Robotic Platform Automates Production of Small Molecules

Guided by artificial intelligence and powered by a robotic platform, a system developed by MIT researchers moves a step closer to automating the production of small molecules that could be used in...

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11:56 Nanowerk.comInnovative technique to synthesise advanced graphene-based nanocomposites

Green and straightforward process for the synthesis of graphene-based nanomaterials.

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09:38 Technology.orgNanowire arrays could improve solar cells

Transparent electrodes are a critical component of solar cells and electronic displays. To collect electricity in a solar

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09:27 Nanowerk.comGuided by AI, robotic platform automates molecule manufacture

New system could free bench chemists from time-consuming tasks, may help inspire new molecules.

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08:43 GizmagIn Pictures: The Capitola Rod and Car Show


In an area well known for having little modesty when it relates to prized car collections comes the Capitola Rod and Custom Show. Owners from all over Northern California and beyond congregate once a year to show off their wares and New Atlas paid a visit, camera in hand.
.. Continue Reading In Pictures: The Capitola Rod and Car Show Category: Automotive Tags: Automotive

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08:32 Technology.orgCloaked Black Hole Discovered in Early Universe Using NASA’s Chandra

Astronomers have discovered evidence for the farthest “cloaked” black hole found to date, using NASA’s Chandra X-ray Observatory.

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05:59 BBC HealthWomen in labour given virtual reality to ease pain of childbirth

Virtual reality headsets, aimed at reducing the pain of women in labour, are being trialled.

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03:46 MedicalNewsToday.comMedical News Today: Could selfie videos become the new blood pressure monitors?

New experiments suggest that, in the future, a person may be able to monitor their blood pressure simply by using their mobile phone's camera.

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02:30 TechInvestorNews.comWhy one of Googles biggest spenders is redirecting some money towards TV and video ads (CNBC: Top News)

CNBC: Top NewsWhy one of Googles biggest spenders is redirecting some money towards TV and video ads - When it comes to search ads, Booking said its observed a long-term trend of decreasing performance marketing returns on investment. ...

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00:09 CNBC technologyWhy one of Google's biggest spenders is redirecting some money towards TV and video ads

When it comes to search ads, Booking said it's "observed a long-term trend of decreasing performance marketing returns on investment."

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08.08.2019
22:35 TechInvestorNews.comA fun new Google Maps feature shows walking directions on top of real-world images (CNBC: Top News)

CNBC: Top NewsA fun new Google Maps feature shows walking directions on top of real-world images - Google Maps has a new augmented reality feature rolling out in beta on iPhones and Androids. It shows directions with digital overlays on top of the real world. ...

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21:18 LiveScience.comA Woman Placed an Octopus on Her Face for a Photo. Then It Bit Her.

Sometimes people have to learn the hard way that octopuses belong in the ocean — not on your face.

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21:07 CNBC technologyA fun new Google Maps feature shows walking directions on top of real-world images

Google Maps has a new augmented reality feature rolling out in beta on iPhones and Androids. It shows directions with digital overlays on top of the real world.

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20:35 TechnologyReview.comHow phishing attacks trick our brains

Why you’re more of a sucker than you think.

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20:24 Phys.orgEvidence found for cloaked black hole in early universe

A group of astronomers, including Penn State scientists, has announced the likely discovery of a highly obscured black hole existing only 850 million years after the Big Bang, using NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory. This is the first evidence for a cloaked black hole at such an early time.

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20:09 Nature.ComBlackbirds, brains and bleached anemones — July’s best science images

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19:12 NewScientist.ComMysterious signals from space could teach us how dark energy works

Weird bursts of radio waves from space could be used to measure cosmic distances, which would help us learn about dark energy and the universe’s expansion

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18:51 ScienceDaily.comMajor surgery associated with small, long term decline in brain functioning

Major surgery is associated with a small long-term decline in cognitive functioning - equivalent, on average, to less than five months of natural brain aging, finds a new study.

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18:45 CNBC technologyFacebook is testing a way for you to subscribe to streaming video services

Facebook is testing sales of video-on-demand subscriptions for users in the U.S.

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18:34 AzoNano.comNew Approach to Construct Gold-Bonded Nanocages

The age-old fact that gold can be utilized to do things was something that philosophers had never dreamed of. Now, the existence of “gold glue”—bonds involving gold atoms that can...

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18:34 TechInvestorNews.comWhat Marketing Executives Need To Know About Adopting AI Technology (Krystle M. Davis, Forbes Staff/Forbes: Entrepreneurs)

Krystle M. Davis, Forbes Staff / Forbes: EntrepreneursWhat Marketing Executives Need To Know About Adopting AI Technology - If youre considering whether and to what extent to weave AI technology into your business strategy, here are some factors to consider. If youre considering whether and to what extent to weave AI technology into your business strategy, here are some factors to consider. ...

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18:11 Phys.orgNeural networks will help manufacture carbon nanotubes

Thin films made of carbon nanotubes hold a lot of promise for advanced optoelectronics, energy and medicine, however with their manufacturing process subject to close supervision and stringent standardization requirements, they are unlikely to become ubiquitous anytime soon.

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18:06 ScienceDaily.comRoutine hits playing football cause damage to the brain

New research indicates that concussions aren't the sole cause of damage to the brain in contact sports. A study of college football players found that typical hits sustained from playing just one season cause structural changes to the brain.

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18:06 ScienceDaily.comDark matter may be older than the Big Bang

Dark matter, which researchers believe make up about 80% of the universe's mass, is one of the most elusive mysteries in modern physics. What exactly it is and how it came to be is a mystery, but a new study now suggests that dark matter may have existed before the Big Bang.

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18:00 Phys.orgKepler's forgotten ideas about symmetry help explain spiral galaxies without the need for dark matter

The 17th-century astronomer Johannes Kepler was the first to muse about the structure of snowflakes. Why are they so symmetrical? How does one side know how long the opposite side has grown? Kepler thought it was all down to what we would now call a "morphogenic field" – that things want to have the form they have. Science has since discounted this idea. But the question of why snowflakes and similar structures are so symmetrical is nevertheless not entirely understood.

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18:00 Phys.orgA key piece to understanding how quantum gravity affects low-energy physics

Researchers have, for the first time, identified the sufficient and necessary conditions that the low-energy limit of quantum gravity theories must satisfy to preserve the main features of the Unruh effect.

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17:43 NewScientist.ComAI learns to predict the outcomes of human rights court cases

AI is going into law. It can now predict the outcomes of human rights cases and next year Estonia is planning to use the technology to moderate disputes in small claims courts

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17:37 ExtremeTech.comRing Is Helping Police Convince People to Hand Over Video Footage Without a Warrant

Ring's close alliance with police departments continues to be a headache for the company with each new revelation. Amazon-owned Ring expends great effort to get its customers to use its Neighbors video sharing app, to which it gives police access. Thanks to newly leaked emails, we know Ring is actually coaching officers in ways to convince users to provide video footage without a warrant. 
The post Ring Is Helping Police Convince People to Hand Over Video Footage Without a Warrant appeared first on ExtremeTech.

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17:20 Aps.org Editors' SuggestionsTopologically protected photonic modes in composite quantum Hall/quantum spin Hall waveguides

Author(s): Shukai Ma, Bo Xiao, Yang Yu, Kueifu Lai, Gennady Shvets, and Steven M. Anlage The authors report on the creation of the first optical analog of a composite quantum Hall (QH) and quantum spin-Hall (QSH) interface that carries topologically protected modes - a heterogeneous structure that is unprecedented in condensed matter physics. The effective spin degree of freedom of the topologically protected electromagnetic modes determines their unique pathways through these systems. Experimental realizations include backscatter-free 2-port isolators, unique 3-port circulators with strong isolation, and full 4-port circulators, based on composite QH and QSH structures.
[Phys. Rev. B 100, 085118] Published Thu Aug 08, 2019

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17:10 SingularityHub.ComThree Invaluable Ways AI and Neuroscience Are Driving Each Other Forward

DeepMind’s Demis Hassabis once pointed to the human brain as a paramount inspiration for building AI with human-like intelligence. He’s not the only one. The meteoric success of deep learning showcases how insights from neuroscience—memory, learning, decision-making, vision—can be distilled into algorithms that bestow silicon minds with a shadow of our cognitive prowess. But what […]

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17:03 FierceBiotech.comU.K. commits £250M to AI lab, seeks industry partners

The U.K. has unveiled plans to invest £250 million ($303 million) in a healthcare artificial intelligence lab in the belief it can help drive advances including the development of new dementia treatments. 

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16:42 AutoEvolution.comTata Nano Driven by Regular Car Reviews, It's Garbage

The only reason the western world talks about the Tata automotive company from India is that they own Jaguar and Land Rover. However, back over a decade ago, they made headlines with the most cheaply made car ever, the

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16:40 TechInvestorNews.comUK Government To Spend £250 Million Creating a National Artificial Intelligence Lab (Conor Reynolds/Computer Business Review)

Conor Reynolds / Computer Business ReviewUK Government To Spend £250 Million Creating a National Artificial Intelligence Lab - Health tech revolution The post UK Government To Spend 250 Million Creating a National Artificial Intelligence Lab appeared first on Computer Business Review. The UK government has pledged 250 million towards the research and implementation of AI technology throughout the health service. The funding will be used to create a ...

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16:40 TechInvestorNews.comPostmates will test delivery robots on San Francisco sidewalks (Engadget)

EngadgetPostmates will test delivery robots on San Francisco sidewalks - San Franciscans might soon see Postmates cute delivery robot rolling down their sidewalks. According to TechCrunch, the food and groceries delivery service has secured what could be the first permit allowing sidewalk robotics operations in the city. Postmates introduced the big-eyed, Wall-E-like Serve in December, revealing its plans to send ...

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16:40 TechInvestorNews.comIBM launches new toolkit to boost understanding of and trust in AI (Ian Barker/Betanews)

Ian Barker / BetanewsIBM launches new toolkit to boost understanding of and trust in AI - AI and machine learning have demonstrated some impressive abilities in recent years, but the models behind the technology and the reasons why it came to the decision it did are often hard for the people interacting with it to understand. In order to help people gain an insight into machine ...

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16:40 Nanowerk.comNeural networks will help manufacture carbon nanotubes

A team of scientists propose a neural-network-based method for monitoring the growth of carbon nanotubes, preparing the ground for a new generation of sophisticated electronic devices.

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16:29 Phys.orgHydrophobic nanostructured wood membrane for thermally efficient distillation

During water desalination, membrane distillation (MD) is challenged by the inefficiency of water thermal separation from dissolved solutes, due to its dependence on membrane porosity and thermal conductivity. For instance, existing petroleum-derived membranes have faced major development barriers. In a new report now on Science Advances, Dianxun Hou and colleagues at the interdisciplinary departments of civil, environmental, architectural engineering, materials science and mechanical engineering in the U.S., Norway and China fabricated a robust MD membrane directly from sustainable wood material for the first time.

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15:32 TechInvestorNews.comNHS to open national artificial intelligence to boost medical research (nicholasfearnuk@googlemail.com(Nicholas Fearn)/Computing.co.uk Latest updates)

nicholasfearnuk@googlemail.com(Nicholas Fearn) / Computing.co.uk Latest updatesNHS to open national artificial intelligence to boost medical research - AI lab will connect researchers with tech companies to solve medical and other challenges faced by the NHS ...

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15:32 TechInvestorNews.comA smartphone video selfie can show blood pressure (Shane McGlaun/SlashGear)

Shane McGlaun / SlashGearA smartphone video selfie can show blood pressure - Scientists at the University of Toronto have devised a new app that works in conjunction with a smartphone camera to show several statistics about the health of the person in the image. The researchers have found that blood pressure can be measured by taking a quick video selfie. The tech ...

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15:32 TechInvestorNews.comApple Watch may be able to detect signs of dementia, brain decline (JC Torres/SlashGear)

JC Torres / SlashGearApple Watch may be able to detect signs of dementia, brain decline - Apple has slowly but surely been turning its Apple Watch into a tiny medical lab, equipping it with various sensors to paint a picture of the wearers health and medical condition. There is no shortage of anecdotes and testimonies of how every new Apple Watch feature has saved lives, either ...

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14:59 Technology.orgDark Matter may Predate even the Big Bang Itself, New Study Suggest

Writing in a study published in the journal Physical Review Letters, a researcher from Johns Hopkins University (JHU)

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14:37 TechInvestorNews.comAlphabet’s DeepMind Losses Soared To $570 Million In 2018 (Sam Shead, Forbes Staff/Forbes.com)

Sam Shead, Forbes Staff / Forbes.comAlphabet’s DeepMind Losses Soared To $570 Million In 2018 - DeepMind, the Google-owned artificial intelligence firm on a mission to create human-level AI, burnt through $570 million in 2018, according to documents filed with Companies House.DeepMind, the Google-owned artificial intelligence firm on a mission to create human-level AI, burnt through $570 million in 2018, according to documents filed with Companies ...

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14:04 AzoRobotics.comStudy: Half of Hospital Leaders Plan to Invest in AI/RPA by 2021

The cost of healthcare is increasing, due in part to breakthroughs in patient care, including advancements in medical treatments and clinical technologies. However, the digitization of healthcare and...

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14:04 AzoRobotics.comUCHealth’s Conversational AI-Powered Virtual Assistant Now Available on Smart Speakers

UCHealth now offers a virtual assistant who allows patients to interact universally across the health care system using conversational AI, accessed through smart speakers. UCHealth’s vision for...

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13:42 Nanowerk.comSelf healing robots that 'feel pain' and heal themselves

Scientists will develop technologies within the new SHERO project that allow soft robots to self-heal damage. Because this repair process should not involve humans, the researchers are looking into self-healing materials to build the soft robots with.

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13:13 NewScientist.ComThe NHS is setting up a lab for medical artificial intelligence

The National Health Service in England is setting up a research lab to build artificial intelligence that could help treat conditions including cancer, dementia and heart disease

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13:07 Technology.orgVirtual Reality – The Future of Learning Has Already Begun

The possibilities that Virtual Reality offers are being recognized in an increasing number of industries, not least in

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13:05 News-Medical.NetOlympus launches first Global Image of the Year Life Science Light Microscopy Award

Inspired by the beauty and breadth of images submitted for the 2018 Image of the Year Life Science Light Microscopy Award held in Europe, Olympus has launched its first Global Image of the Year Life Science Light Microscopy Award, recognizing the best in life science imaging worldwide.

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12:45 AzoNano.comEdwards Joins MIT.nano as Founding Member

Edwards, a leading manufacturer of vacuum and abatement solutions, is joining MIT’s MIT.nano consortium as a founding member with an investment that includes equipment and personnel, as part of...

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12:34 Technology.orgThe brain’s amyloid buildup is not a powerful indicator of Alzheimer’s disease

While the presence of beta-amyloid plaques in the brain may be a hallmark of Alzheimer’s disease, giving patients

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10:49 Nanowerk.comDark matter may be older than the Big Bang, study suggests

Dark matter, which researchers believe make up about 80% of the universe?s mass, is one of the most elusive mysteries in modern physics. What exactly it is and how it came to be is a mystery, but a new study now suggests that dark matter may have existed before the Big Bang.

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10:49 GizmagDid dark matter arise before the Big Bang?


Few things are as mysterious as dark matter, the strange substance that appears to outnumber ordinary matter by a ratio of five to one. Now, a physicist from Johns Hopkins University has outlined a new theory that helps to explain the stuff but at the same time makes it seem even more bizarre. According to the study, dark matter may have originated before the Big Bang.
.. Continue Reading Did dark matter arise before the Big Bang? Category: Physics Tags: Astronomy Big Bang Theory Cosmic Inflation Dark Matter Johns Hopkins University Particle physics Physics Universe

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10:33 Nature.ComChina approves ethics advisory group after CRISPR-babies scandal

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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10:03 Technology.orgALMA Dives into Black Hole’s ‘Sphere of Influence’

Capturing Orbital Motion around a Black Hole in Unprecedented Clarity What happens inside a black hole stays inside

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09:07 Technology.orgScientists manipulate brain cells using a smartphone

A team of scientists in Korea and the United States have invented a device that can control neural

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08:56 Phys.orgDark matter may be older than the big bang, study suggests

Dark matter, which researchers believe make up about 80% of the universe's mass, is one of the most elusive mysteries in modern physics. What exactly it is and how it came to be is a mystery, but a new Johns Hopkins University study now suggests that dark matter may have existed before the Big Bang.

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08:45 Phys.orgFungi living in cattail roots could improve our picture of ancient ecoystems

Paleobotanist Az Klymiuk didn't set out to upend science's understanding of the fossil record of plant-fungal associations. She just wanted to figure out the environment that some fossil plants lived in. That question led her to look at modern cattail roots and the fungi that live inside of them. She found that fungi have a harder time growing in cattail roots that are underwater. And that discovery, which is being published in the journal Mycologia, could change how we interpret some parts of the fossil record, including an important community of early land plants.

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08:34 Phys.orgWhere in the universe can you find a black hole nursery?

Gravitational wave researchers at the University of Birmingham have developed a new model that could help astronomers track down the origin of heavy black hole systems in the Universe.

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05:38 TechInvestorNews.comReminder: When a tech giant says it listens to your audio recordings to improve its AI, it means hum (webmaster@theregister.co.uk (Shaun Nichols)/The Register)

webmaster@theregister.co.uk (Shaun Nichols) / The RegisterReminder: When a tech giant says it listens to your audio recordings to improve its AI, it means hum - Opt-in translations feature hands chats to contractors to fix up. Redmond says its covered by fine print If you use Skypes AI-powered real-time translator, brief recordings of your calls may be passed to human contractors, who are expected to listen in and correct the softwares translations to improve it. ...

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03:44 BBC HealthNHS to set up national artificial intelligence lab

AI has enormous power to improve the health service, say ministers.

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02:05 FT.com HealthNHS looks to artificial intelligence to improve health

Johnson unveils plans for £250m national AI lab to build ‘cutting edge treatments’

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02:05 FT.com ScienceNHS looks to artificial intelligence to improve health

Johnson unveils plans for £250m national AI lab to build ‘cutting edge treatments’

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01:32 TechInvestorNews.comWatch Amazon Prime Video on your Chromecast — no Fire TV Stick needed (Parker Hall/Digital Trends)

Parker Hall / Digital TrendsWatch Amazon Prime Video on your Chromecast — no Fire TV Stick needed - Want to stream Amazon Prime Video to your TV, but dont want to use the mobile app? You can use your computer and a browser instead, using Chrome and a Mac or PC. Heres that works. ...

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01:32 RoboHub.org2019 Robot Launch startup competition is open!

It’s time for Robot Launch 2019 Global Startup Competition! Applications are now open until September 2nd 6pm PDT. Winners in previous years include a some high profile robotics acquisitions: 2018: Anybotics from ETH Zurich, with Sevensense and Hebi Robotics as runners-up. 2017: Semio from LA, with Appellix, Fotokite, Kinema Systems, BotsAndUs and Mothership Aeronautics as […]

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07.08.2019
22:36 TechInvestorNews.comRollin’ down the street … After test ride near Seattle, Amazon delivery robot Scout adds California (Kurt Schlosser/GeekWire)

Kurt Schlosser / GeekWireRollin’ down the street … After test ride near Seattle, Amazon delivery robot Scout adds California - Here in the Pacific Northwest, were proud in a grumpy sort of way about our aversion to California imports, mainly as that relates to people who cant resist (what used to be) cheaper real estate and less crowded freeways. Amazon has surely attracted its fare share of transplants with all ...

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21:42 ScienceMag.orgJust one season of playing football—even without a concussion—can cause brain damage

Study suggests midbrain may hide significant injury

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21:31 FT.com TechnologyDeepMind runs up higher losses and debts in AI race

Staff costs rise rapidly at London research company owned by Alphabet

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21:31 ExtremeTech.comET Deals: Dell PowerEdge Xeon Server $299, LG 4K OLED AI TV w/ $250 Gift Card $1,047, AMD Ryzen Threadripper 2920X $381

Today's top deal is an affordable Dell server that would work well as a home web server or as a small-business database.
The post ET Deals: Dell PowerEdge Xeon Server $299, LG 4K OLED AI TV w/ $250 Gift Card $1,047, AMD Ryzen Threadripper 2920X $381 appeared first on ExtremeTech.

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20:58 TechnologyReview.comChina’s path to AI domination has a problem: losing talent to the US

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20:12 News-Medical.NetStimulating immune cells with nanosecond pulsed electric fields can cause them to respond

Nanosecond pulsed electric fields produce strong electrical effects by focusing a high powered electrical pulse over a very short period of time.

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20:03 Phys.orgAstronomers discover vast ancient galaxies, which could shed light on dark matter

Astronomers have used the combined power of multiple astronomical observatories around the world and in space to discover a treasure trove of previously unknown ancient massive galaxies. This is the first multiple discovery of its kind, and such an abundance of this type of galaxy defies current models of the universe. These galaxies are also intimately connected with supermassive black holes and the distribution of dark matter.

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19:52 LiveScience.comMysterious, Ancient Radio Signals Keep Pelting Earth. Astronomers Designed an AI to Hunt Them Down.

Sudden shrieks of radio waves from deep space keep slamming into our radio telescopes, spattering those instruments' recordings with confusing data. And now, astronomers are using artificial intelligence to detect those outbursts.

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