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03.01.2019
17:44 NewScientist.ComWatch: Very Large Telescope uses giant lasers in hunt for black holes

On a mountaintop in Chile sits the world’s most powerful optical telescope, searching for the edge of black holes, and using huge lasers to guide its gaze

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17:39 InsideEVs.comInvestigating Electric Car Myths & Facts: Video

Let’s work together to disseminate the truth about electric cars. If you follow the EV segment, you’re likely aware that there’s a ton of misinformation out there. We were just talking the other day about the internet and social media’s ridiculous level of falsities. Clearly, people post much of the information to mislead the public […]

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17:38 TechInvestorNews.comMedtronic, IBM add AI driven low glucose warning system to Sugar.IQ app (ZDNet Latest News)

ZDNet Latest NewsMedtronic, IBM add AI driven low glucose warning system to Sugar.IQ app - The effort is likely to be part of a barrage of health, wellness, and AI announcements coming out of CES 2019. ...

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17:08 Aps.org Editors' SuggestionsQuantum limit to subdiffraction incoherent optical imaging

Author(s): Mankei Tsang The problem of finding the fundamental resolution of an optical system can be cast in terms of a quantum estimation problem. Here an upper bound on the quantum Fisher Information for the moments of an arbitrary subdiffraction object is derived, establishing a criterion of resolution for far-field incoherent imaging.
[Phys. Rev. A 99, 012305] Published Thu Jan 03, 2019

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16:50 Nanowerk.comCarrying and releasing nanoscale cargo with nanowrappers

Nanocubes with hollow interiors and surface openings whose shape, size, and location are precisely controlled could be used to load and unload materials for biomedical, catalysis, and optical sensing applications.

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16:39 TechInvestorNews.comWinton Capitals Idiosyncratic Founder on Artificial Intelligence and Statistical Fallacies (Barron's Features)

Barron's FeaturesWinton Capitals Idiosyncratic Founder on Artificial Intelligence and Statistical Fallacies - David Harding is unusual in a London hedge fund scene dominated by Mayfair-based M.B.As. Educated in physics, he has used statistics and computer technology to build one of the largest funds in the U.K. ...

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16:27 ScienceNewsDaily.orgHungry between classes? On this college campus, robot vending machines are delivering snacks to students.

Its stout body perched atop six small wheels, the electric Snackbot resembles some combination of an Igloo cooler and a Volkswagen Microbus.

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16:27 Phys.orgCarrying and releasing nanoscale cargo with "nanowrappers"

This holiday season, scientists at the Center for Functional Nanomaterials (CFN)—a U.S. Department of Energy Office of Science User Facility at Brookhaven National Laboratory—have wrapped a box of a different kind. Using a one-step chemical synthesis method, they engineered hollow metallic nanosized boxes with cube-shaped pores at the corners and demonstrated how these "nanowrappers" can be used to carry and release DNA-coated nanoparticles in a controlled way. The research is reported in a paper published on Dec. 12 in ACS Central Science, a journal of the American Chemical Society (ACS).

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16:02 News-Medical.NetAI could predict Alzheimer's disease six years prior to diagnosis

Researchers have used PET scans to train a machine-learning, artificial intelligence (AI) algorithm to detect early-stage Alzheimer’s disease.

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15:52 Phys.orgNew discovery is big on nanoscale

Imagine if you could look at a small amount of an unidentified chemical element – less than 100 atoms in size – and know what type of material the element would become in large quantities before you actually saw the larger accumulation.

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15:29 LiveScience.comCode-Name 'Corona': Earliest Spy-Satellite Images Reveal Secrets of Ancient Middle East

Images captured by the United States' first spy satellites have a new audience: scientists.

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15:17 LiveScience.comPhotos: 2,300-Year-Old Fortress Discovered Along the Red Sea

The fortress would have protected a port that was used to transport war elephants.

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15:12 NewScientist.ComWorld’s most powerful telescope takes us to the edge of a black hole

On a desert mountain in Chile, a mega telescope is peering over the event horizon of a black hole – the aim is to test Einstein's theories to the limit

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13:58 TechnologyReview.comFirst images of Ultima Thule reveal true shape of the most distant object we’ve explored

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13:58 ScienceMag.orgChinese spacraft successfully lands on moon s far side and sends pictures back home

The spacefaring first promises new insights into lunar composition and evolution

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13:47 Nanowerk.comDark matter on the move

Scientists have found evidence that dark matter can be heated up and moved around, as a result of star formation in galaxies. The findings provide the first observational evidence for the effect known as 'dark matter heating', and give new clues as to what makes up dark matter.

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13:03 AzoRobotics.comRobots to Fix Underground Pipes Without Disruptive Excavation

Soon, robots could be swimming in underground water pipes, locating damage and repairing leaks owing to a massive new research project led by the University of Sheffield. A collaborative team led...

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12:52 TechnologyReview.comThis is the first picture of the moon’s far side taken by China’s probe after it landed

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12:31 TechInvestorNews.comChipmakers keen to roll out NPU-based AI mobile SoCs (DigiTimes: IT news from Asia)

DigiTimes: IT news from AsiaChipmakers keen to roll out NPU-based AI mobile SoCs - Discrete NPU (neural processing unit) is increasingly incorporated by chipmakers including Huawei HiSilicon, Qualcomm and MediaTek into their mobile chip solutions to execute AI computing at new-generation smartphones, and may soon become a new mainstream mobile AP architecture beyond CPU, GPU and DSP, according to industry sources. ...

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11:58 Technology.orgThe Pictures are Here! New Horizons Close Up View of 2014 MU69

On December 31st, 2018, NASA and the New Horizon‘s team (plus millions of people watching the live stream

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11:58 Technology.orgFrom math to meaning: Artificial intelligence blends algorithms and applications

But these applications are just the beginning. Through advances in computer science, researchers are creating new capabilities that

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11:58 Technology.orgArtificial Intelligence Can Detect Alzheimer’s Disease in Brain Scans Six Years Before a Diagnosis

Using a common type of brain scan, researchers programmed a machine-learning algorithm to diagnose early-stage Alzheimer’s disease about

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09:07 Technology.orgScientists move quantum optic networks a step closer to reality

A crucial step has been achieved in understanding quantum optical behavior of semiconductor nanomaterials. Scientists have moved quantum

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07:41 Gizmag ​Incredible video demonstrates Houdini's state of the art in CGI physics


A few months ago, Canadian company SideFX quietly released an update to its bleeding-edge Houdini procedural animation software, which handles all sorts of physics in CGI entertainment. Its stunning capabilities warrant a second look, because they pull back the curtain on the process behind so much of today's cinema and gaming.
.. Continue Reading ​Incredible video demonstrates Houdini's state of the art in CGI physics Category: Computers Tags: Animation CGI Movies Special Effects

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07:00 Zdnet.comSamsung to supply 8-nanometre V9 chips for Audi cars

Samsung Electronics' Auto Exynos V9 has eight A76 cores and will power Audi's next-generation in-vehicle infotainment system.

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04:33 Gizmag Sharper New Horizons photos reveal Ultima Thule as a reddish space "snowman"


Right on cue, more images have returned to Earth from New Horizons, bringing Ultima Thule into sharper focus. Where yesterday's images showed just a few blurry pixels that looked like a bowling pin, the new photos reveal the rocky world to be more of a "snowman" shape, confirming its identity as a contact binary consisting of two large spheres.
.. Continue Reading Sharper New Horizons photos reveal Ultima Thule as a reddish space "snowman" Category: Space Tags: Astronomy Johns Hopkins University Kuiper Belt NASA New Horizons Solar System

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03:20 CleanTechnica.com11 Big Autonomous Vehicle & AI Stories — #NewsBonanza

Following up on EV battery and EV charging #NewsBonanza posts, here's one on 11 autonomous vehicle & AI stories from the past couple of months that we thought should be covered but we never got to for individual stories. Enjoy

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03:17 NYT ScienceNASA Unveils Image of the Most Distant Object Ever Visited

NASA scientists revealed images of Ultima Thule, an object 4 billion miles from the sun. Pictures of the so-called contact binary were captured by the New Horizons mission on Jan. 1.

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02:35 TechInvestorNews.comThe Future of Google and SEO is AI (Rich Ord/Top News - WebProNews)

Rich Ord / Top News - WebProNewsThe Future of Google and SEO is AI - If youre relying just on backlinks, then you arent recognizing that the future of Google and of SEO is AI, its artificial intelligence, noted Spencer in another informative interview by James Schramko of SuperFastBusiness. The post The Future of Google and SEO is AI appeared first on WebProNews. The future ...

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02:14 Nanowerk.comScientists move quantum optic networks a step closer to reality

A crucial step has been achieved in understanding quantum optical behavior of semiconductor nanomaterials.

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02:14 Nanowerk.comNew discovery is big on nanoscale

Scientists discover that it is possible to predict what type of material an unidentified element will be in bulk quantities solely based on the properties it exhibits over a limited range of the subnano to nano size régime.

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00:35 Washingtonpost Speaking-of-scienceHere are NASA’s first up-close images of the most distant object ever explored

Ultima Thule is made of two icy space rocks smushed together and resembles a reddish snowman.

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00:09 ScienceDaily.comAI predicts cancer patients' symptoms

Doctors could get a head start treating cancer thanks to new AI that is able to predict symptoms and their severity throughout the course of a patient's treatment.

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02.01.2019
23:39 TechInvestorNews.comThe best free video-editing software (Tyler Lacoma/Digital Trends)

Tyler Lacoma / Digital TrendsThe best free video-editing software - Video-editing software doesnt have to cost you a paycheck and a half. Here is some of the best free video-editing software for making quick and extensive edits so you can channel your inner Hollywood director. The post The best free video-editing software appeared first on Digital Trends. ...

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23:23 ScienceDaily.comSex differences identified in deadly brain tumors

More males get, and die of, the deadly brain cancer glioblastoma than females. A team of researchers has identified distinct molecular signatures of glioblastoma in men and women that help explain disparities in patients' response to treatment and survival. The research suggests that tailoring treatments to men and women with glioblastoma based on the molecular subtypes of their tumors may improve survival for all patients.

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23:05 ScienceMag.orgArtificial intelligence turns brain activity into speech

Fed data from invasive brain recordings, algorithms reconstruct heard and spoken sounds

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23:05 ScienceMag.org‘Nanoscavengers’ could protect people from sarin gas, other nerve agents

Enzyme-filled plastic particles degrade deadly compounds from the body

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23:00 ScienceDaily.comGenes that drive male-female brain differences, timing of puberty

Researchers have discovered a group of genes in roundworms that control the onset of puberty and induce sex differences in neural structures that raise new questions of whether differences in male and female behavior are hardwired in our brains.

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22:55 InsideEVs.comOur Tesla Roadster Was Finally Delivered: Video

This family adds another Tesla to its collection, and it’s a Roadster! For those who are unaware, YouTubers What’s Inside Family own a few Tesla vehicles and more are on the way. In fact, the channel’s host Dan drove a brand-new Tesla Roadster at the reveal event and put a $45,000 deposit down. Since then, […]

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21:53 NYT ScienceNASA’s New Horizons Mission to Release New Pictures of Ultima Thule

At a Wednesday news conference, scientists will announce some of the results from the flyby of the most distant object ever visited.

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21:44 InsideEVs.comTesla Model 3 vs Chevy Bolt EV: Throttle House Comparison Video

The winner should be the Model 3, but the Bolt is shown some love too. Our friends Thomas & James over at Throttle House are at it again with another electric car comparison video. These self-proclaimed “Petrol Heads” have definitely been warming up to electric vehicles lately, and have offered to share their EV videos […]

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21:15 Nature.ComAn in-depth structural view of a GABA

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21:15 Nature.ComBrain regulatory T cells suppress astrogliosis and potentiate neurological recovery

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21:14 NewScientist.ComAI could make it impossible for artists and novelists to make a living

Copyright protections were originally designed to incentivise creators and allow them to profit from their work, but what happens when the artist is a machine?

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21:02 ScienceDaily.comJuno mission captures images of volcanic plumes on Jupiter's moon Io

The Juno spacecraft captured new images of a volcanic plume on Jupiter's moon Io during a December 21 flyby. JunoCam, the Stellar Reference Unit (SRU), the Jovian Infrared Auroral Mapper (JIRAM), and the Ultraviolet Imaging Spectrograph (UVS) observed Io for over an hour, providing a glimpse of the moon's polar regions as well as evidence of an active eruption.

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20:50 ScienceDaily.comHow does the brain learn by talking to itself?

One of the greatest challenges of systems neuroscience is to explain how synaptic connections change to support adaptive behaviours. Neuroscientists have previously showed that synaptic learning mechanisms in the brain's cortex are dependent on feedback from deeper brain regions. They have now precisely deciphered how this feedback gates synaptic strengthening by switching on and off particular inhibitory neurons. This study may also offer insight into computerized learning systems and artificial intelligence.

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20:45 InsideEVs.comTesla Model X Tows Gas Truck Away From Supercharger: Video

De-ICEing experiment. When a non-electric car (ICE) is blocking a charging spot, thus preventing EVs from recharging, it’s called being ICEd. Sometimes it’s accidental. Often times it’s intentional. Tesla Trip recently did a De-ICEing experiment with Chevy Silverado truck parked along several Tesla Superchargers. By towing it a bit with a Tesla Model X, which is capable of towing. […]

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19:35 LiveScience.comUltima Thule Looks Like a Bowling Pin in Space in New Horizons Flyby Photo

Ultima Thule, the weird Kuiper Belt object that NASA's New Horizons spacecraft visited in a historic flyby on Jan. 1, 2019, looks like a cosmic bowling pin, scientists say.

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19:05 Aps.org Editors' SuggestionsLieb-Schultz-Mattis type theorem with higher-form symmetry and the quantum dimer models

Author(s): Ryohei Kobayashi, Ken Shiozaki, Yuta Kikuchi, and Shinsei Ryu The authors construct a Lieb-Schultz-Mattis (LSM)-type theorem applicable for abelian gauge theories without matter. This theorem is based on generalized global symmetries acting on Wilson lines. It provides strong constraints on possible phases, realized in lattice gauge theories. The generalized LSM theorem is demonstrated on the example of a U(1) gauge theory that simulates the quantum dimer model on a bipartite lattice. The authors find a mixed ‘t Hooft anomaly involving the generalized global symmetry at the Rokhsar-Kivelson critical point that corresponds to the LSM constraint.
[Phys. Rev. B 99, 014402] Published Wed Jan 02, 2019

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17:35 Nanowerk.comQuantum chemistry on quantum computers

A quantum algorithm for tracking complex chemical reactions with neither performing demanding post-Hartree-Fock calculations nor exponential time explosion.

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17:24 InsideEVs.comHonda Clarity PHEV: Top 5 Dislikes: Video

Who would have thought that such a big car had such a small washer fluid bottle? Honda Clarity Plug-In Hybrid is one of the most popular plug-in hybrid models in U.S. Since the Chevrolet Volt will be discontinued, it will probably be the 2nd most popular in 2019 behind the Toyota Prius Prime. Brad On Cars, […]

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16:35 TechInvestorNews.comSnap up a great deal on photo and video editing software in the January sales (Cat Ellis/TechRadar)

Cat Ellis / TechRadarSnap up a great deal on photo and video editing software in the January sales - Huge savings on premium video and photo editors from Corel, CyberLink and Wondershare. The January sales are a great time to pick up a bargain on a new laptop, camera or TV, but theyre also an opportunity to make huge savings on software. Some of the worlds best creative tools ...

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16:23 FierceBiotech.comAtlas Venture raises $250M for later-stage investments

Atlas Venture has raised $250 million to invest in existing portfolio companies. The fund, the first of its kind operated by Atlas, will enable the VC shop to support its startups through series B and beyond.

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16:10 Phys.orgQuantum chemistry on quantum computers

Quantum computing and quantum information processing technology have attracted attention in recently emerging fields. Among many important and fundamental issues in science, solving the Schroedinger equation (SE) of atoms and molecules is one of the ultimate goals in chemistry, physics and their related fields. SE is the first principle of non-relativistic quantum mechanics, whose solutions, termed wave functions, can afford any information of electrons within atoms and molecules, predicting their physicochemical properties and chemical reactions.

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15:36 TechInvestorNews.comUK Software Tested on Autonomous Martian Robot in the Sahara Desert (Conor Reynolds/Computer Business Review)

Conor Reynolds / Computer Business ReviewUK Software Tested on Autonomous Martian Robot in the Sahara Desert - Mars is a very difficult planet to land safely on, so its essential to maximise the discoveries from each successful touchdown. The post UK Software Tested on Autonomous Martian Robot in the Sahara Desert appeared first on Computer Business Review. A multinational team led by the UK Space Agency has ...

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15:36 Nanowerk.comGraphene-based implant overcomes technical limitation to record brain activity at extremely low frequencies

Researchers have developed a graphene-based implant able to record electrical activity in the brain at extremely low frequencies and over large areas, unlocking the wealth of information found below 0.1 Hz. The groundbreaking technology promises to enhance our understanding of the brain and pave the way for the next generation of brain-computer interfaces.

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15:01 LiveScience.comIn Photos: Pirate Ship Discovered in the UK

The ship sank in a storm in 1684 off Dollar Cove in the Gunwalloe district of Cornwall's Lizard Peninsula.

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15:01 LiveScience.comScientists Find the 'Missing' Dark Matter from the Early Universe

Past studies suggested there was less dark matter earlier on in the universe’s history.

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14:50 TechInvestorNews.comGoogle Duo has started testing group video calls (Gerald Lynch/TechRadar)

Gerald Lynch / TechRadarGoogle Duo has started testing group video calls - Skype and Facetime competitor getting much-requested feature. A quick chat with buddies always brightens a day, and the plethora of video calling apps now makes a virtual face-to-face catch up easier than ever. Looking to match its rivals Skype and FaceTime, Googles Duo app is getting a much needed additional ...

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13:52 AzoRobotics.comNew AI Could Help Predict Symptoms of Cancer Patients

An advanced AI developed at the University of Surrey could give doctors a head start for treating cancer. The latest AI is capable of predicting symptoms and their level of severity during the course...

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13:41 Technology.orgWireless ‘pacemaker for the brain’ could be new standard treatment for neurological disorders

A new neurostimulator developed by engineers at UC Berkeley can listen to and stimulate electric current in the

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11:42 Phys.orgJuno mission captures images of volcanic plumes on Jupiter's moon Io

A team of space scientists has captured new images of a volcanic plume on Jupiter's moon Io during the Juno mission's 17th flyby of the gas giant. On Dec. 21, during winter solstice, four of Juno's cameras captured images of the Jovian moon Io, the most volcanic body in our solar system. JunoCam, the Stellar Reference Unit (SRU), the Jovian Infrared Auroral Mapper (JIRAM) and the Ultraviolet Imaging Spectrograph (UVS) observed Io for over an hour, providing a glimpse of the moon's polar regions as well as evidence of an active eruption.

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09:34 Technology.orgAI systems will save hundreds of millions of dollars in drug development

Some people fear artificial intelligence, which is a bit odd. It is created by people and it is

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07:58 Gizmag Wireless "pacemaker for the brain" can detect and prevent seizures autonomously


UC Berkeley researchers have developed a wireless, autonomous, closed-loop neurostimulator that sits outside the head, monitoring electrical activity in the brain and intervening with electrical stimulation to ward off seizures. The device, which the team has called WAND (Wireless, Artifact-free Neuromodulation Device), can record activity at up to 128 points in the brain, and is designed to quickly learn and refine its model of the kinds of signals that precede tremors or seizures in each patient.
.. Continue Reading Wireless "pacemaker for the brain" can detect and prevent seizures autonomously Category: Medical Tags: Brain Neuroscience UC Berkeley

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07:56 News-Medical.NetNewly developed AI accurately predicts severity of cancer patients’ symptoms

Doctors could get a head start treating cancer thanks to new AI developed at the University of Surrey that is able to predict symptoms and their severity throughout the course of a patient's treatment.

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06:29 ScienceDaily.comOnline mirrors: Video bloggers and viewers share emotions

Examining over 2,000 video blogs, or vlogs on YouTube, researchers found we mirror the emotions of those we see online and seek out people who share our emotions.

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06:18 ScienceDaily.comThriving on teamwork: New research shows how brain cells filter information in groups

For decades, scientists studying the visual system thought that individual brain cells, called neurons, operate as filters. Some neurons would prefer coarse details of the visual scene and ignore fine details, while others would do the opposite. Every neuron was thought to do its own filtering. A new study reveals that the same neurons that prefer coarse details could change to prefer finer details under different conditions.

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06:18 ScienceDaily.comWireless 'pacemaker for the brain' could offer new treatment for neurological disorders

A new neurostimulator can listen to and stimulate electric current in the brain at the same time, potentially delivering fine-tuned treatments to patients with diseases like epilepsy and Parkinson's.

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05:30 TechInvestorNews.com20 Things To Know About Artificial Intelligence For Supply Chain Management (Steve Banker, Contributor/Forbes.com)

Steve Banker, Contributor / Forbes.com20 Things To Know About Artificial Intelligence For Supply Chain Management - Artificial intelligence is be (AI)ing actively added to existing supply chain applications. Indeed, there is something of an arms race among supply chain application vendors in this area. The branch of AI known as machine learning is particularly hot.Artificial intelligence is be (AI)ing actively added to existing supply chain applications. ...

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05:30 Gizmag First images from Ultima Thule reveal bowling pin-shaped world spinning like a propeller


While the world was ringing in the New Year, NASA was celebrating a different milestone, a billion miles beyond Pluto. The New Horizons probe successfully rendezvoused with Ultima Thule, a tiny world on the edge of the solar system. While the data will continue to stream in for months, the first images have now arrived, revealing a bowling pin-shaped object that spins like a propeller.
.. Continue Reading First images from Ultima Thule reveal bowling pin-shaped world spinning like a propeller Category: Space Tags: Astronomy Johns Hopkins University Kuiper Belt NASA New Horizons Spacecraft

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01:01 InsideEVs.comWatch This Tesla Model X Do Some Off-Roading: Video

When the terrain turns nasty, can the Tesla Model X cope? Surely, the Model X isn’t designed as a true off-roader. So, what happens on the occasion that it leaves the pavement? As it turns out, the Model X will likely get you where you need to go. Just make sure to set the air […]

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00:50 ScienceNewsDaily.orgThe AI that learnt to hide data from its creators to CHEAT at tasks they gave it

The neural network was trained to transform aerial images into street maps. Researchers discovered that details omitted in the final photo reappeared when they told it to revert back to the ...

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01.01.2019
23:30 TechInvestorNews.comThe best video editing software 2019 (Cat Ellis/TechRadar)

Cat Ellis / TechRadarThe best video editing software 2019 - Whether you need a free video editor or simply the very best video editing software on the web, well tell you your options. If you want to make your everyday video editing tasks like cutting, trimming, combining and applying filters to clips as simple as possible, then installing one of ...

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23:30 TechInvestorNews.comCaltech Scientists Use DNA Tiles To Play Tic-Tac-Toe at the Nanoscale (Slashdot)

SlashdotCaltech Scientists Use DNA Tiles To Play Tic-Tac-Toe at the Nanoscale - An anonymous reader shares a report: An innovation at Caltech allows scientists to play a virtual tic-tac-toe game with individual strands of DNA, providing a new way to experiment with DNA sequencing and create custom patterns. According to ArsTechnica, the technique was dubbed DNA Origami [paper; PDF] by its creator ...

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22:20 ScienceNewsDaily.orgScarlett Johansson on fake AI-generated sex videos: ‘Nothing can stop someone from cutting and pasting my image’

Johansson, one of the world's highest-paid actresses, spoke to The Washington Post in an exclusive interview: "The Internet is just another place where sex sells and vulnerable people are preyed ...

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22:15 NewScientist.ComIntel’s quest to build the world’s first true quantum computer

James Clarke, of Intel’s quantum computing research team, tells New Scientist about his ambitions to make the first device with a million qubits

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21:35 InsideEVs.comWatch This Nissan LEAF Winter Range Test: Video

During the winter, the new LEAFs still can go 80% of its summer range Nissan LEAF is rated by EPA for 151 miles (243 km) of range, but how about in the winter? According to the latest test performed by Bjørn Nyland in Norway, the range is estimated or around 200 km (124 miles) at […]

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19:18 SeekingAlpha.comNanoVibronix files for $15M mixed shelf offering

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19:16 InsideEVs.comNissan LEAF Holds More Banana Boxes Than Jaguar I-PACE: Video

Simply amazing space. According to Bjørn Nyland’s latest banana box test of the Nissan LEAF, the second generation model is way more useful with cargo space way better than the average EV. LEAF stored 7 banana boxes (21 with folded seats), which is 2 more (3 more with folded seats) than the previous generation and […]

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18:35 ScientificAmerican.ComHow Physical Activity and Gut–Brain Connections Combine to Make Us Healthier  

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18:17 CleanTechnica.comThis Hypnotic Tesla Model X ASMR Video Has 2½ Million Views

Let's face it, Tesla videos are flooding YouTube. As avid watchers, we're all over Model 3 Owners Club, Now You Know, Teslatunity, Tesla Geeks, Teslanomics, KmanAuto, Sean Mitchell, Bjørn Nyland, and NZCUTR. We even follow LikeTesla on Twitter. And we just checked in with E for Electric for Model 3 Christmas tips. However, there's one particular Model X video that's putting a hypnotic spell on Tesla fans everywhere

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18:01 SingularityHub.ComAI Will Create Millions More Jobs Than It Will Destroy. Here’s How

In the past few years, artificial intelligence has advanced so quickly that it now seems hardly a month goes by without a newsworthy AI breakthrough. In areas as wide-ranging as speech translation, medical diagnosis, and gameplay, we have seen computers outperform humans in startling ways. This has sparked a discussion about how AI will impact […]

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16:55 LiveScience.com4 Dark Matter Searches to Watch in 2019

As 2019 nears, physicists are hard at work on the next generation of dark matter detectors, and on parsing confusing data from detectors that already exist.

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13:00 InsideEVs.comHyundai Kona Electric Defrost Test: Video

How long does it take to defrost a Hyundai Kona Electric? The EV Puzzle checked defrosting performance of the Hyundai Kona Electric in the UK, which is interesting on one side, but on the other hand… it is the UK at just -2°C. Anyways, it seems that three minutes are all that’s needed to be […]

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07:18 ScienceNewsDaily.orgPopsugar app that matches selfies with celebrities exposed personal photos, report claims

Twinning lets users upload a photo of themselves to a database, which then generates a celebrity lookalike. However, any of the photos can be publicly accessed via code in Popsugar's website.

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05:11 CleanTechnica.com6-Tesla Owner Is Electric Conversion Master: Electric Water Ski Boats, Electric Motorbikes, & Electric Snowplow Conversions (VIDEO)

Net+Positive (netpositive.co) is a non-profit for the advancement of clean energy. We have designed and built the worlds fastest electric water ski boat, electric bikes, and snowplow conversions

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01:35 TechInvestorNews.comLeaked photos reveal group calling and low light mode might come to Google Duo (Andy Meek/Boy Genius Report)

Andy Meek / Boy Genius ReportLeaked photos reveal group calling and low light mode might come to Google Duo - One of the more interesting storylines out of Google in 2018 was the continued fractured nature of the companys overall strategy when it comes to messaging apps and platforms. Whereas Apple has the simplicity of iMessage, and Facebook has successful standalone apps like WhatsApp and Messenger, Googles attempts at presenting ...

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00:54 InsideEVs.comWatch Kids React To Tesla Model 3: Video

These kids got a fever… and the only prescription is more Teslas. Technology focused YouTuber Andy Syle recently demonstrated his new Tesla Model 3 to his niece and nephew. Their reactions to the car are downright adorable. “So the trunk is up here?” Asks Andy’s nephew. Andy lets him know that the Model 3 has two […]

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00:43 CleanTechnica.comTop 5 Climate Change Videos Of 2018

We’re looking back at the videos that struck a chord with our Climate Reality audience in 2018. These top five videos were published on our Facebook page and were watched a total of 42 million times. It’s an incredible number that makes us hopeful that the world is becoming more and more aware of the climate crisis – and that together, we can stop the fake debates and focus on real solutions

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31.12.2018
23:40 CleanTechnica.comElectra Meccanica Ramping Up Production At New Zongshen Factory (Video)

The Electra Meccanica proposes a different solution to moving people around with its three-wheeled electric car, the SOLO. The SOLO is built as the ultimate single person people mover, on the premise that the vast majority of trips we take are with a single person in the car

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19:04 InsideEVs.comWatch Tesla Model X P100D Race Lamborghini Aventador: 360 Video

It’s a battle between an electric SUV and a gas supercar. This most unlikely of matchups is only because the Tesla Model X P100D has crushed everything else thrown its way, so why not pit it against a vehicle that shouldn’t be beaten? That’s precisely what the team at CarWow has done here, but is the result what you’d […]

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18:33 SeekingAlpha.comNano Dimension up 24%

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18:31 TechInvestorNews.com15 photos we cant stop looking at that highlight techs wild, apocalyptic year (Jake Kanter/Business Insider: Finance)

Jake Kanter / Business Insider: Finance15 photos we cant stop looking at that highlight techs wild, apocalyptic year - Business Insider has compiled some of the wildest pictures from an apocalyptic year in tech. Scroll on for 15 moments that defined 2018. JANUARY: Yes, it really was this year Logan Paul posted *that* YouTube video of a Japanese forest and what appeared to be a dead body. Paul was ...

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18:16 NewScientist.ComUltracold atoms can make strange and beautiful quantum fireworks

Feed enough energy into a gas of ultracold atoms and it will create waves that produce a burst of quantum fireworks

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18:10 Improbable ResearchVirtual Reality ‘Teabagging’ – an ‘unlaughing’ matter for hardcore gamers (study)

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17:38 TechInvestorNews.comSoftware teaches robots to respect ownership (ZDNet Latest News)

ZDNet Latest NewsSoftware teaches robots to respect ownership - Researchers at Yale University have developed a robotic system that helps robots be more polite (and more importantly, more useful). ...

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17:38 TechInvestorNews.comThe Most Amazing Artificial Intelligence Milestones So Far (Bernard Marr, Contributor/Forbes.com)

Bernard Marr, Contributor / Forbes.comThe Most Amazing Artificial Intelligence Milestones So Far - Artificial Intelligence is everywhere, and sometimes it feels like something that has just emerged out of nothing. Here we look at the key milestones in the journey towards AI.Artificial Intelligence is everywhere, and sometimes it feels like something that has just emerged out of nothing. Here we look at the ...

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14:48 ScienceNewsDaily.orgThe Morning After: AI got its eyes in 2018

Hey, good morning! You look fabulous. We took the weekend to work on it and it turns out Netflix's Black Mirror special episode (have you found all of the endings yet?) is not ...

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12:40 AzoRobotics.comArtificial Intelligence Helps Improve Hearing Disabilities Through Real-Time Subtitle System

A unique system known as Polisubs has been developed by the Polytechnic University of Valencia (UPV). The system automatically generates subtitles in real time during conferences. According to the...

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12:30 TechInvestorNews.comIts Interesting How IBMs AI Debater Sways Opinions, But Who Wins - Man Or Machine? (Naveen Joshi, Contributor/Forbes: Entrepreneurs)

Naveen Joshi, Contributor / Forbes: EntrepreneursIts Interesting How IBMs AI Debater Sways Opinions, But Who Wins - Man Or Machine? - Yes, theres anxiety around machines taking over our jobs and even becoming smarter than us. Adding to the equation is that AI has now learnt the art of debate. The war between man and machines has begun. So, will it be Man-0, Machine-1 or Man-1, Machine-0?Yes, theres anxiety around machines ...

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