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06.03.2019
17:13 Phys.orgResearchers suggest LISA should be able to see ultralight bosons near supermassive black holes

An international team of researchers has found evidence that suggests the Laser Interferometer Space Antenna (LISA) should be able to "see" ultralight bosons if they exist. In their paper published in the journal Nature Astronomy, the group describes calculations they made to assess whether ultralight boson clouds forming outside of the event horizons of black holes could be detected by LISA, and what they found.

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17:13 Phys.orgThese robots are small, shape-shifting, and they adapt to their surroundings

With its low ceiling draped in soft, green netting, Jianguo Zhao's lab at the Colorado State University Powerhouse Energy Campus is hard to miss. Watch the lab's walking, grasping, flying, perching, shape-shifting robots in motion, and the reason for the netting becomes all too clear.

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17:13 Phys.orgHealthier dairy products with bacterial films and nanofiber membranes

Bacterial biofilms are typically the target of heavy-duty cleaning regimens, but these films aren't always bad news. In fact, growing them on thin sheets of nanofibers is a great way to produce a fermented milk product that can deliver hardy probiotics to the digestive tract, according to research just published in ACS' Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry.

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16:39 Phys.orgCould robots protect us in the surf?

Imagine there's a flock of aerial robots searching for a lost hiker. They have to cover a large area of remote bush and a central commander won't work because they're so spread out.

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16:39 AzoRobotics.comStudy Suggests AI Systems Can Detect Breast Cancer as Accurately as Radiologists

A new paper in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute puts forward the notion that artificial intelligence (AI) systems may be able to perform as correctly as radiologists in the assessment of...

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16:29 InsideEVs.comTesla Model S Versus Panamera, AMG GT 63 & M5 In Drag Race: Video

It’s gasoline versus hybrid and electric in this super sedan showdown. Carwow is at it again. The UK-based car site loves to drag race and we’ll give credit where credit is due; they get some seriously quick machines lined up for straight-line sprints. The latest adventure is a full-on luxury sedan showdown where 625 horsepower (466 kilowatts) is […]

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16:17 AzoNano.comResearchers Show the Importance of Nanoparticle Systems for New High-Speed Devices

For the first time, scientists have proved a new method to carry out functions vital to future computation three orders of magnitude faster than existing commercial devices. The team headed by...

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16:17 Phys.orgRobot 3-D prints replacement bracket on headlamp

In a world first, Swinburne's Repairbot project has achieved a major milestone, using a robot to successfully 3-D print a replacement lug on an automotive headlamp assembly.

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16:15 News-Medical.NetStudy uses AI to analyze risk factors in type 1 diabetes

In combination with conventional statistical methods, artificial intelligence has now been used in a study of risk factors in type 1 diabetes. The objective was to identify the most important indicators of elevated risk for cardiovascular disease and death.

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16:05 Phys.orgImage: Aurora Australis

Many people hope to catch a glimpse of these reddish-green swirls of colour floating in the polar skies. Few are as lucky as ESA astronaut Tim Peake, who captured this dazzling display of the aurora Australis from the International Space Station during his mission in 2016.

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15:43 InsideEVs.comBob Lutz On Tesla Online Sales: That’s Not Gonna Work – Video

“I don’t see how that’s gonna work.” Bob Lutz, former GM Chairman, was interviewed a few days ago by CNBC about Tesla and he doesn’t believe that Tesla will be able to shift sales entirely online, by the way of the introduction of $35,000 Model 3 Standard battery option. Lutz is a long-standing critic of basically […]

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15:42 Technology.orgBy Blocking Protein, Researchers Keep Brain Tumors from Repairing Themselves

Researchers at the San Diego branch of the Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research at University of California San

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15:42 Phys.orgIndividuals with visual impairment can 'see' through device that turns digital images into physical sensations

David Schwarte, an assistive technology specialist on the Innovative Learning Team at Purdue University, knows what it is like to learn in a classroom when challenged with a visual impairment.

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15:37 NewScientist.ComExclusive: Brain zap therapy for aggression to be tested on prisoners

Researchers are about to begin testing whether electrical brain stimulation can reduce violent thoughts among convicts in a Spanish prison

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15:07 News-Medical.NetIeso integrates AI into its mental health treatment platform

Today, Ieso Digital Health will integrate Artificial Intelligence into its therapist platform for the first time.

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15:05 News-Medical.NetLaser-based technique allows doctors to image the whole eye in 3D

Scientists have developed a laser-based technique that can produce a full 3D image of all the layers of the retina, allowing doctors to better diagnose and treat eye diseases such as cataracts, diabetic retinopathy, and cancer.

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15:01 NewScientist.ComChina plans world's first deep sea base, complete with robot subs

Plans for a permanent lab far beneath the waves, crewed by autonomous underwater rovers, are gathering pace in China – here's what the facility might be like

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14:33 TechInvestorNews.comThe U.S. must lead in artificial intelligence (Federal Computer Week)

Federal Computer WeekThe U.S. must lead in artificial intelligence - Despite a promising recent executive order, the U.S. has not created strategy to promote the development of AI in an effort to reap its benefits. ...

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14:33 TechInvestorNews.comWhy  AI could be one of the most disruptive technologies in history (TechRadar Pro/TechRadar)

TechRadar Pro / TechRadarWhy  AI could be one of the most disruptive technologies in history - EYs Jeff Wong explains how AI and automation will transform the future of work. Artificial intelligence has quickly made the transition from a future technology to one that surrounds us in our everyday lives. From taking better pictures to predicting what we will say next in an email, AI is ...

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14:21 Technology.orgNIH study of brain energy patterns provides new insights into alcohol effects

Assessing the patterns of energy use and neuronal activity simultaneously in the human brain improves our understanding of

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13:35 TechInvestorNews.comYou may be able to buy products using Google Images soon (Olivia Tambini/TechRadar)

Olivia Tambini / TechRadarYou may be able to buy products using Google Images soon - The tech giant is testing shoppable ads within Google Image search results. Google is testing a new feature that allows people to buy products while browsing Google Image search results. Known as shoppable ads, these sponsored posts are placed within image search results, and allow retailers to highlight multiple products ...

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12:11 Nature.ComPolicies designed for drugs won’t work for AI

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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11:53 Technology.orgIBM Q System One quantum computing on a Raspberry Pi?

IBM Q System One: the world’s first commercial, integrated, universal, approximate quantum computing system… …on a Raspberry Pi? What

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11:18 AzoRobotics.comEver Had Your Portrait Drawn by a Robot?

TM Robotics is bringing its robot sketching demonstration to Automate 2019, held at McCormick Place, Chicago, from April 8–11, 2019. At the region’s largest automation technology showcase,...

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10:57 News-Medical.NetResearchers harness power of artificial intelligence to better match cancer patients with clinical trials

A team of researchers from the Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory Health Data Sciences Institute have harnessed the power of artificial intelligence to better match cancer patients with clinical trials.

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10:46 Technology.orgOur brains reveal our choices before we’re even aware of them: study

We like to think that we are in the driver’s seat when it comes to the choice and

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10:09 News-Medical.NetArtificial intelligence systems may detect breast cancer as accurately as radiologists

A new paper in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute suggests that artificial intelligence systems may be able to perform as accurately as radiologists in the evaluation of digital mammography in breast cancer screening.

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09:38 TechInvestorNews.com5G, Wi-Fi 6, and nano-satellites: Cisco pushes total coverage (ZDNet Latest News)

ZDNet Latest News5G, Wi-Fi 6, and nano-satellites: Cisco pushes total coverage - 5G is not the be all and end all, Cisco has said, with Wi-Fi 6 needed to enable indoor coverage and nano-satellites necessary for ensuring the entire world is connected. ...

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09:38 Zdnet.com5G, Wi-Fi 6, and nano-satellites: Cisco pushes total coverage

5G is not the be all and end all, Cisco has said, with Wi-Fi 6 needed to enable indoor coverage and nano-satellites necessary for ensuring the entire world is connected.

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08:30 Nanowerk.comNanoparticle performance - solving a sticky problem

Nanoparticles can be as small as ten atoms in diameter, and their small size makes them especially susceptible to coarsening with continued use, which reduces functionality and degrades performance. A new NSF Grant will advance the understanding of micro- and nano-surfaces and to engineer more stable nanoparticles.

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08:19 Nanowerk.comUltra-low power chips help make small robots more capable (w/viedo)

An ultra-low power hybrid chip inspired by the brain could help give palm-sized robots the ability to collaborate and learn from their experiences. Combined with new generations of low-power motors and sensors, the new application-specific integrated circuit (ASIC) - which operates on milliwatts of power - could help intelligent swarm robots operate for hours instead of minutes.

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08:08 Zdnet.comSamsung ships first 28-nanometre eMRAM

Samsung says its first commercial embedded magnetic random access memory (eMRAM) has writing speeds that are a thousand times faster than eFlash.

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06:32 TechInvestorNews.comGoogle tests shoppable ads in image searches (Engadget)

EngadgetGoogle tests shoppable ads in image searches - Google is borrowing a few cues from Instagram and Pinterest to encourage more shopping in its search results. The internet giant is testing shoppable ads within image searches -- find a picture of your ideal desk and you can tap a shopping tag button to see basic details as well ...

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05:55 Nature.ComThe marine worms that can sprout new heads — including brains

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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05:38 TechInvestorNews.comGoogle Maps Adding Photo Radar Warnings For Drivers In Canada (Slashdot)

SlashdotGoogle Maps Adding Photo Radar Warnings For Drivers In Canada - Google Maps is warning drivers in Canada as they approach some photo radar camera locations. The feature, which is currently being rolled out by Google, allows users to see speed limits, speed cameras and mobile speed cameras on the map before they leave, reports HuffPost Canada. It also gives a ...

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05:04 Gizmag Nanoparticle coating defogs surfaces using light instead of electricity


When you're skiing down a mountain or driving a car, it helps to be able to see where you're going – but your goggles, glasses and windshield can fog up if there's a difference in temperature or humidity. Though there are ways to address this using electricity, researchers at ETH Zurich have developed a new anti-fog coating that warms up the surface using light instead.
.. Continue Reading Nanoparticle coating defogs surfaces using light instead of electricity Category: Materials Tags: Coating Coatings ETH Zurich Glass Glasses Goggles Nanoparticles Nanotechnology Smart windows Surfaces

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04:53 Gizmag Novel mechanism explains how sleep repairs damaged DNA in the brain


A team from Israel's Bar-Ilan University has uncovered a previously unknown function of sleep that may explain why the behavior is so fundamental to all complex organisms with a brain.
.. Continue Reading Novel mechanism explains how sleep repairs damaged DNA in the brain Category: Science Tags: DNA Genetics Neuroscience Sleep Sleeping

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02:10 Nanowerk.comNanotechnology and sunlight clear the way for better visibility

A new coating prevents fogging on transparent surfaces. Rather than using electricity, the coating relies on sunlight to heat the surface.

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00:55 InsideEVs.comMitsubishi Engelberg Tourer PHEV Gets 43 Miles Of EV Range: Video

Plug-in Mitsubishi for explorers Mitsubishi presents at the Geneva Motor Show the plug-in hybrid SUV for adventurers. Meet the Mitsubishi Engelberg Tourer Concept – the “new-generation crossover SUV”, which hints at upcoming improvements to the PHEV system known from the Outlander PHEV. The Japanese manufacturer named the latest concept after the famous ski resort in the central […]

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00:31 Gizmag Microneedle patch packs silver nanoparticles for safer vaccinations


Although it's important to get vaccines to people in developing nations and elsewhere, it's also crucial that those medications subsequently be administered in a safe and sterile manner. A new microneedle patch could help, as it incorporates bacteria-killing silver.
.. Continue Reading Microneedle patch packs silver nanoparticles for safer vaccinations Category: Health & Wellbeing Tags: Antibacterial Microneedles University of South Australia Vaccines

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00:31 Phys.orgCERN lab on the hunt for dark matter

Europe's physics lab CERN on Tuesday said it was planning a new experiment to look for particles associated with dark matter which is believed to make up some 27 percent of the universe.

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00:18 Medscape.ComVideo Observation Improves TB Therapy Adherence

Observing patients with TB taking their medication via video improved adherence to therapy more than directly observed therapy, a study conducted largely in the homeless and prison populations found.

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05.03.2019
23:02 Gizmag New JAXA video shows Hayabusa 2 touching down on asteroid Ryugu


The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) has released captivating footage of the Hayabusa 2 spacecraft descending and making contact with the primordial asteroid Ryugu. During the rendezvous, the probe shot a bullet into the surface to kick up a sample for return to Earth sometime late in the year 2020.
.. Continue Reading New JAXA video shows Hayabusa 2 touching down on asteroid Ryugu Category: Space Tags: Asteroid Hayabusa 2 JAXA Spacecraft

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22:40 TechInvestorNews.comA Jonas Brothers documentary is coming to Amazon Prime Video (Engadget)

EngadgetA Jonas Brothers documentary is coming to Amazon Prime Video - While The Jonas Brothers are getting ready to hit the road for their comeback tour, cameras have been following them around for an Amazon Prime Video documentary. Fans will get an inside track on the siblings life story as well as their familys perspective on everything. In releasing this documentary, ...

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22:13 ScienceDaily.comRobots can detect breast cancer as well as radiologists

A new article suggests that artificial intelligence systems may be able to perform as accurately as radiologists in the evaluation of digital mammography in breast cancer screening.

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22:07 TechnologyReview.comChina’s masses of data give it an edge in AI—but they may not forever

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21:39 ScienceDaily.comWhen it comes to hearing words, it's a division of labor between our brain's two hemispheres

Scientists have uncovered a new 'division of labor' between our brain's two hemispheres in how we comprehend the words and other sounds we hear -- a finding that offers new insights into the processing of speech and points to ways to address auditory disorders.

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21:34 VentureBeat.comUdacity launches data engineering nanodegree program

Udacity's targeting data engineers with its new Data Engineering Nanodegree Program, which starts at $999 and lasts about five months.

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21:33 TechInvestorNews.comNaver partners with Intel, KT to develop 5G-enabled service robots (Juan Pedro Tomás/RCR Wireless News)

Juan Pedro Tomás / RCR Wireless NewsNaver partners with Intel, KT to develop 5G-enabled service robots - Naver will use Intels computing solution based on KTs 5G communications network Naver, which is South Koreas largest Internet portal and search engine, plans to develop 5G-enabled service robots in partnership with compatriot carrier KT and U.S. tech firm Intel. The partnership would allow Naver Labs, the companys research and ...

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21:21 TechnologyReview.comAbout 40% of Europe’s “AI companies” don’t actually use any AI at all

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21:10 Technology.org4 Simple Hacks for Using Videos in Your Marketing Strategy

The trends favoring video keep growing as we roll into 2019. Video content became so popular that you

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20:36 TechInvestorNews.comAlphabet’s Chronicle Startup Finally Launches—It’s Like Google Photos For Cybersecurity (Thomas Brewster, Forbes Staff/Forbes.com)

Thomas Brewster, Forbes Staff / Forbes.comAlphabet’s Chronicle Startup Finally Launches—It’s Like Google Photos For Cybersecurity - Alphabets Chronicle launches a product, a year after it comes out of stealth. The company is borrowing a lot from Google but promises it wont have the same privacy policy.Alphabets Chronicle launches a product, a year after it comes out of stealth. The company is borrowing a lot from Google ...

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20:25 LiveScience.comBroken-Heart Syndrome May Stem from the Brain

The brain decreases its chatter, the heart weakens and balloons up

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20:09 ScientificAmerican.ComQuantum Monism Could Save the Soul of Physics

The multiverse may be an artifact of a deeper reality that is comprehensible and unique -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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19:51 ExtremeTech.comOpenAI Launches Neural MMO to Train AI in Complex, Open-World Environments

OpenAI has released Neural MMO, a new way for your AI assistant to spend as much time playing games as you do. Alright, not so much. It's a way to teach them to spend as much time playing games as you do.
The post OpenAI Launches Neural MMO to Train AI in Complex, Open-World Environments appeared first on ExtremeTech.

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19:46 ScienceDaily.comNew hurdle cleared in race toward quantum computing

Researchers have created a new device that allows them to probe the interference of quasiparticles, potentially paving the way for the development of topological qubits.

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19:23 ScienceDaily.comNanotechnology and sunlight clear the way for better visibility

A new coating prevents fogging on transparent surfaces. Rather than using electricity, the coating relies on sunlight to heat the surface.

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19:07 InsideEVs.comSee Polestar 2 Electric Car Live In Geneva: Video

We get up close to this Scandinavian response to the Tesla Model 3. The Polestar 2 has just made its Geneva Motor Show debut. Last week, we got lots of details about the mid-size fastback from Volvo’s electric sub-brand, but there’s no substitute for having people crawling over a vehicle to help us judge its […]

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18:37 ScienceDaily.comNanoparticles help realize 'spintronic' devices

For the first time researchers have demonstrated a new way to perform functions essential to future computation three orders of magnitude faster than current commercial devices. The team created a nanoscale spintronic semiconductor device that can partially switch between specific magnetic states trillions of times a second (terahertz -- THz), far beyond frequencies of devices at present.

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18:37 ScienceDaily.comSuccessful development of high-performance color filter-free image sensor

A technology that has maximized space intensity by eliminating color filter from an image sensor has been developed. The research team developed a color filter-free full-color image sensor using an interferometer electrode.

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18:26 ScienceDaily.comKidney disease killer vulnerable to targeted nano therapy

By loading a chelation drug into a nano-sized homing device, researchers have reversed in an animal model the deadliest effects of chronic kidney disease, which kills more people in the United States each year than breast or prostate cancer.

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18:21 InsideEVs.comAudi Teases E-Tron Sportback Prototype Testing In Finland: Video

Audi e-tron Sportback in motion. After spy photographers already caught the Audi e-tron Sportback prototype from every angle, Audi decided to release an official video of the car being test driven in cold weather in Finland. There are no new details on the car though. All we know is that it’s a derivative of the Audi e-tron SUV […]

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18:08 ExtremeTech.comQuantum Computing Can Soon Help Secure the Power Grid

Quantum Computing is still in its infancy but holds great promises for solving one of the trickiest issues in cryptography -- the secure exchange of keys. Two National Labs have begun demonstrating how that can help secure the US power grid against hackers.
The post Quantum Computing Can Soon Help Secure the Power Grid appeared first on ExtremeTech.

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17:56 Phys.orgNanotechnology and sunlight clear the way for better visibility

A new coating developed by ETH researchers prevents fogging on transparent surfaces. Rather than using electricity, the coating relies on sunlight to heat the surface.

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17:34 Phys.orgNano-bio-computing lipid nanotablet

Nanoparticles can be used as substrates for computation, with algorithmic and autonomous control of their unique properties. However, scalable architecture to form nanoparticle-based computing systems is lacking at present. In a recent study published in Science Advances, Jinyoung Seo and co-workers in the Department of Chemistry at Seoul National University in South Korea, reported on a nanoparticle platform built in with logic gates and circuits at the level of the single particle. They implemented the platform on a supporting lipid bilayer. Inspired by cellular membranes in biology that compartmentalize and control signaling networks, the scientists called the platform "lipid nanotablet" (LNT). To conduct nano-bio-computing, they used a lipid bilayer as a chemical circuit board and the nanoparticles as units of computation.

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17:11 ExtremeTech.comMIT’s Mini Cheetah Robot Can Do Backflips

Creating a nigh-unstoppable robot seems like a mistake, but luckily the new cheetah is small and (currently) harmless.
The post MIT’s Mini Cheetah Robot Can Do Backflips appeared first on ExtremeTech.

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17:11 Phys.orgIBM announces that its System Q One quantum computer has reached its 'highest quantum volume to date'

IBM has announced at this year's American Physical Society meeting that its System Q One quantum computer has reached its "highest quantum volume to date"—a measure that the computer has doubled in performance in each of the past two years, the company reports.

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16:38 InsideEVs.comKia Niro EV: Is It Really Worth Tesla Model 3 Money? Video

Do electric cars like the Kia Niro EV still have a chance now that the Standard Tesla Model 3 has arrived? This question is popping up all over the internet. It makes perfect sense since Tesla finally launched the $35,000 base Model 3. Now, Tesla has an offering that comes in at a price point […]

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16:36 TechInvestorNews.comApple quietly bought Lighthouses AI home security camera patents (Engadget)

EngadgetApple quietly bought Lighthouses AI home security camera patents - When Lighthouses intelligent security camera finally went on sale just over a year ago, the company believed that with AI recognition and 3D sensing technology, it offered something truly unique over its rivals. However, the promise of automatic face detection didnt really resonate with consumers, and the hardware maker shut ...

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16:26 SeekingAlpha.comNanoViricides reports positive early-stage data on broad-spectrum drug candidate; shares up 45% premarket

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16:12 Phys.orgSmall brains, big picture: Study unveils C. elegans' microscopic mysteries

It's the small pieces that make the big picture, and in this case, the pieces can't be seen by the naked eye. New research at the Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University (OIST) used microscopy techniques to piece together the brain of the millimeter-long Caenorhabditis elegans, revealing that their neurons fire action potentials—a spike in voltage when neurons transmit sensory information in the cell membrane. Their results could lead to better understanding of nerve signal transmission in the organism and serve as a future model for neuronal information processing in other animals, including humans.

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16:12 Phys.orgVirtual reality adds to tourism through touch, smell and real people's experiences

Back in 2001, an acquaintance who worked for Lonely Planet told me about a surprise discovery. The travel guide business had an audience of people who would buy their travel books, but never travel. Lonely Planet dubbed them "virtual tourists".

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16:00 Phys.orgResearchers demonstrate nanoparticle systems crucial for new high-speed devices

For the first time, researchers have demonstrated a new way to perform functions essential to future computation three orders of magnitude faster than current commercial devices. The team lead by Associate Professor Shinobu Ohya created a nanoscale spintronic semiconductor device that can partially switch between specific magnetic states trillions of times a second (terahertz—THz), far beyond frequencies of devices at present.

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16:00 Phys.orgChemists 'print' sensors for nano-objects

Young scientists from ITMO University proposed a new type of optical nano-sensors. Their operating principle is based on the interaction of light in thin films: a similar effect can be observed in soap bubbles. Such sensors can be quickly manufactured using an inkjet printer and special ink made of titanium dioxide. In the future, the sensors can be used for rapid biomedical analysis. The results are published in Nanoscale.

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15:49 ScienceNewsDaily.orgAndroid TV photo sharing disabled as Google examines privacy issue

On Saturday evening, users began reporting on Twitter that they could access other people's accounts trough their Android TV's photo screensaver. While this was the first time the bug was mentioned ...

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15:38 AzoNano.comScientists Investigate the Present State of the Hyped Nanomaterials

Carbon-based nanomaterials such as carbon nanotubes and graphene were projected to have an excellent future when they were first found. But quality issues limit the progress of new products. The...

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15:38 TechInvestorNews.comStanford professor: Dont let artificial intelligence pick your employees (Dylan Walsh/Fast Company)

Dylan Walsh / Fast CompanyStanford professor: Dont let artificial intelligence pick your employees - Algorithms arent sophisticated enough to make these strategic hiring decisionsyet. In 2014, Amazon launched a new recruitment algorithm to help it find the best job candidates. A year into the experiment, the company saw that the tool was biased against women and quietly shut the program down. When Reuters broke ...

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15:38 TechInvestorNews.comClose to half of startups jump on the AI bandwagon without the tech (ZDNet Latest News)

ZDNet Latest NewsClose to half of startups jump on the AI bandwagon without the tech - AI is a buzzword of choice and many new companies are simply cashing in on investor interest. ...

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15:37 AzoRobotics.comNew AI Platform Detects a Range of Neurodegenerative Diseases in Brain Tissue Samples

In a study performed at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, scientists have created an artificial intelligence platform to detect various neurodegenerative disease in samples of human brain...

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14:52 Nanowerk.comNew hurdle cleared in race toward quantum computing

Fractional Quantum Hall quasiparticles experimentally shown to interfere.

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14:52 Technology.orgNew ORNL AI tool revolutionizes process for matching cancer patients with clinical trials

A team of researchers from the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory Health Data Sciences Institute have

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14:40 AzoNano.comNanoscale 3D System Could Lead to Smaller Memory Devices, Microelectronics, and Spintronics

Headed by the Department of Energy’s Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab), a research team has developed a nanoscale “playground” on a chip that mimics the formation...

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14:05 AzoRobotics.comMitsui, GCL-Poly and eVolution Networks Announce Joint Venture to Redefine AI Technology for Power Grids

Mitsui & Co., Ltd. ("Mitsui"), GCL-Poly Energy Holdings Limited ("GCL-Poly") and eVolution Networks (now part of eVolution Innovation Group,) today announced the establishment...

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13:19 AzoRobotics.comHigh School Students Emerge Winners of UC Berkeley Real World AI Challenge

Students with No AI Training Win Against Data Scientists at UC Berkeley AI Summit Aible, the innovators of AI for business impact, today announced the UC Berkeley Real World AI Challenge winners --...

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11:45 NYT TechnologyScienceTake: When Plasma Becomes Another Fruit of the Vine

A parlor trick with grapes leads to new findings about water and microwaves.

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11:34 Nanowerk.comResearchers demonstrate nanoparticle systems crucial for new high-speed spintronics devices

Researchers created a nanoscale spintronic semiconductor device that can partially switch between specific magnetic states trillions of times a second (terahertz), far beyond frequencies of devices at present.

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11:11 NYT ScienceScienceTake: When Plasma Becomes Another Fruit of the Vine

A parlor trick with grapes leads to new findings about water and microwaves.

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11:10 News-Medical.NetNano therapy reverses deadliest effects of chronic kidney disease in animal model

By loading a chelation drug into a nano-sized homing device, researchers at Clemson University have reversed in an animal model the deadliest effects of chronic kidney disease, which kills more people in the United States each year than breast or prostate cancer.

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10:15 News-Medical.NetNew AI platform detects neurodegenerative diseases in brain tissue samples

Researchers have developed an artificial intelligence platform to detect a range of neurodegenerative disease in human brain tissue samples, including Alzheimer's disease and chronic traumatic encephalopathy, according to a study conducted at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai and published in the Nature medical journal Laboratory Investigation.

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08:35 Technology.orgLLNL/UCSF-developed implants enable unprecedented recordings of brain activity

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) scientists, working with researchers at University of California, San Francisco (UCSF), have developed

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08:33 BBC HealthBrain clue to 'broken heart' syndrome

Your heart can be damaged after a sad event and it may be your brain's doing, experts believe.

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05:41 TechInvestorNews.comApple’s newest patents hint at constant, AI-based user recognition (Andy Meek/Boy Genius Report)

Andy Meek / Boy Genius ReportApple’s newest patents hint at constant, AI-based user recognition - Technology giants, thankfully, are increasingly moving us toward a future with less of a reliance on passwords via technologies like face authentication, Touch ID and the like. Apple, for its part, may have had something along these lines in mind with its purchase of the patent portfolio of the defunct ...

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05:41 TechInvestorNews.comGoogle shuts down photo sharing via Android TV due to privacy concerns (Harry Domanski/TechRadar)

Harry Domanski / TechRadarGoogle shuts down photo sharing via Android TV due to privacy concerns - After a user discovers ability to access other Google Photos accounts via Android TV, the functionality has been disabled. A bug has been revealed that inadvertently allows Android TV users to view the accounts of hundreds of other Google Photos users, enabling them to access their private images. First discovered ...

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04:41 ScienceDaily.com'Broken heart' syndrome may originate in the brain

Scientists have shown for the first time that the brain is involved in the development of a heart condition called Takotsubo syndrome (TTS). They found that regions of the brain responsible for processing emotions and controlling the unconscious workings of the body, such as heart beat, breathing and digestion, do not communicate with each other as well in TTS patients as in healthy people.

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04:35 TechInvestorNews.comApple Acquired Patents from Lighthouse AI for a 3D Depth Home Camera System in Late 2018 (Jack Purcher/Patently Apple)

Jack Purcher / Patently AppleApple Acquired Patents from Lighthouse AI for a 3D Depth Home Camera System in Late 2018 - A London publication has posted a report revealing that Apple has acquired a series of both granted patents and others that are patent pending focused on an AI based home camera security system. ...

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03:19 Nanowerk.comChemists print sensors for nano-objects

The optical nanosensors' operating principle is based on the interaction of light in thin films: a similar effect can be observed in soap bubbles. Such sensors can be quickly manufactured using an inkjet printer and special ink made of titanium dioxide.

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03:08 FT.com Technology40% of Europe’s AI start-ups fall short

Survey highlights hype around the technology that attracts larger funding than other software

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03:03 ScienceDaily.comBrain's ability to synchronize voice sounds could be related to language learning

Researchers studied the synchronization of speech motor rhythms. Results show some people's brains adapt spontaneously to align with the rhythm of the voices they hear, while others do not. According to the research study, these patterns show differences in functional and structural aspects of the speech network in the brain, as well as the ability to understand new words.

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03:03 ScienceDaily.comMini cheetah is the first four-legged robot to do a backflip

New mini cheetah robot is springy and light on its feet, with a range of motion that rivals a champion gymnast. The four-legged powerpack can bend and swing its legs wide, enabling it to walk either right-side up or upside down. The robot can also trot over uneven terrain about twice as fast as an average person's walking speed.

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03:03 ScienceDaily.comGenetic factors influence human brain expansion

An analysis of brain scans from more than 600 children and adolescents reveals genetically-mediated associations between the size of evolutionarily novel brain regions and intelligence test scores. Genetic influences on the brain follow the patterns of evolutionary expansion of the human brain relative to nonhuman primates.

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