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02.08.2019
15:32 InsideEVs.comTesla Gigafactory 3 Construction Progress July 31, 2019: Video

Tesla enters the final 2 months of construction of the Gigafactory 3 in Shanghai.

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15:31 Phys.orgImage: Hubble traces a galaxy's outer reaches

Believe it or not, this long, luminous streak, speckled with bright blisters and pockets of material, is a spiral galaxy like our Milky Way. But how could that be? 

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15:20 Phys.orgDark energy vs. modified gravity: Which one will prevail?

Einstein's theory of general relativity predicts the existence of dark energy—a mysterious form of energy that permeates space and accelerates the expansion of the Universe. But what if Einstein was wrong and there was no such thing as dark energy? The GalaxyDance project has been investigating this scenario.

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15:09 ScienceMag.orgWith its CRISPR revolution, China becomes a world leader in genome editing

Amid controversy over gene-edited babies, government continues to pour resources into work with plants and animals

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14:23 LiveScience.comWhy the 'Brain-Eating' Amoeba Is So Deadly

The digestive power of this amoeba is the stuff of nightmares when it plays out in a human brain.

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14:23 Phys.orgNew toolkit for photonics: Quantum simulation by light radio

Intensive research is being carried out on quantum simulators: they promise to precisely calculate the properties of complex quantum systems, when conventional and even supercomputers fail. In a cooperative project, theorists from the the Max Planck Institute of Quantum Optics in Garching anf the Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC) have now developed a new toolbox for quantum simulators and published it in Science Advances. It uses the Nobel Prize-winning principle of topology to allow quantum bits, for example individual atoms, to communicate with each other via "topological radio channels." The "radio channels" are provided by a light field that travels in waveguide in a robust manner with the help of topology. The concept offers room for completely new ideas, ranging from basic research to quantum information.

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13:38 News-Medical.NetAI could enable accurate and inexpensive screening for atrial fibrillation, study shows

A new Mayo Clinic research study shows that artificial intelligence can detect the signs of an irregular heart rhythm - atrial fibrillation in an EKG, even if the heart is in normal rhythm at the time of a test.

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13:15 TechnologyReview.comChina has started a grand experiment in AI education. It could reshape how the world learns.

In recent years, the country has rushed to pursue “intelligent education.” Now its billion-dollar ed-tech companies are planning to export their vision overseas.

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12:40 TechnologyReview.comAI researchers need to stop hiding the climate toll of their work

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12:18 Technology.orgToddler brains resist learning from screens, even video chat

Little ones may be fascinated by the cartoon character or person on TV asking them questions and pausing

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12:07 TechnologyReview.comAI could be your wingman—er, wingbot—on your next first date

AIMM wants to disrupt online dating. What could go wrong?

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10:34 GizmagRobot MD: How artificial intelligence promises to revolutionize medical diagnosis


When it comes to medical ailments and their diagnosis, time is absolutely of the essence. The sooner we're aware of a developing condition, the better chance we have of treating and ultimately overcoming it. Lately we're seeing how artificial intelligence is poised to play a greater and greater role in detecting tell-tale signs of disease long before doctors can, with potentially life-saving ramifications.
.. Continue Reading Robot MD: How artificial intelligence promises to revolutionize medical diagnosis Category: Medical Tags: Artificial Intelligence Diagnosis

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10:11 Technology.orgTeam IDs Spoken Words and Phrases in Real Time from Brain’s Speech Signals

UC San Francisco scientists recently showed that brain activity recorded as research participants spoke could be used to create

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10:11 GizmagLife s building blocks spontaneously self-assemble in primordial soup experiment


Exactly how life sprung out of non-living matter is one of biology's biggest mysteries. But with continued research into our own origin story, it's starting to seem like life on early Earth was just itching to be born. In new research from Georgia Tech and the Scripps Research Institute, scientists cooked up a "primordial soup" and found that some of the crucial building blocks of life spontaneously stacked themselves in a surprisingly efficient way.
.. Continue Reading Life's building blocks spontaneously self-assemble in primordial soup experiment Category: Biology Tags: Amino Acids Chemistry Evolution Georgia Tech Life Protein Scripps Research Institute

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08:51 Arxiv.org CSOutstanding: A Multi-Perspective Travel Approach for Virtual Reality Games. (arXiv:1908.00379v1 [cs.HC])

In virtual reality games, players dive into fictional environments and can experience a compelling and immersive world. State-of-the-art VR systems allow for natural and intuitive navigation through physical walking. However, the tracking space is still limited, and viable alternatives \comm{or extensions }are required to reach further virtual destinations. Our work focuses on the exploration of vast open worlds -- an area where existing local navigation approaches such as the arc-based teleport are not ideally suited and world-in-miniature techniques potentially reduce presence. We present a novel alternative for open environments: Our idea is to equip players with the ability to switch from first-person to a third-person bird's eye perspective on demand. From above, players can command their avatar and initiate travels over large distance. Our evaluation reveals a significant increase in

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08:15 GizmagPuritalia s AI-powered Berlinetta super-hybrid heads to the UK for Salon Privé


Italy's Puritalia Automobili is bringing its classy Berlinetta hybrid supercar out to Salon Privé at England's Blenheim Palace. This 965-hp (720-kW), 1,248-Nm (920-lb-ft), 208-mph (335-km/h) supercharged monster, with its artificially intelligent driving modes, is going on sale, with only 150 to be built.
.. Continue Reading Puritalia's AI-powered Berlinetta super-hybrid heads to the UK for Salon Privé Category: Automotive Tags: Hybrid Puritalia Supercars

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07:08 FT.com TechnologyAI lie detector developed for airport security

Virtual border guard that asks travellers questions and assesses their answers trialled in airports

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05:31 TechInvestorNews.comIntels 10nm Mobile Processors Officially Launched today likely to be the Brains and Brawn behind (Jack Purcher/Patently Apple)

Jack Purcher / Patently AppleIntels 10nm Mobile Processors Officially Launched today likely to be the Brains and Brawn behind - Today, Intel officially launched 11 new, highly integrated 10th Gen Intel Core processors designed for remarkably sleek 2-in-1s and laptops. Intels 10nm Ice Lake is likely the CPU landing in Apples Q4 MacBook Pro in Q4 ...

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04:26 InsideEVs.comTop 25 Tesla Model 3 Questions Answered: Video

You've got questions and here are the answers.

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04:01 BBC HealthAI may help to spot heart problems

Computer modelling used to spot irregular heartbeats even after heart rate has returned to normal.

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02:51 ScienceDaily.comArtificial intelligence could help air travelers save a bundle

Researchers are using artificial intelligence to help airlines price ancillary services such as checked bags and seat reservations in a way that is beneficial to customers' budget and privacy, as well as to the airline industry's bottom line.

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02:51 ScienceDaily.comSystem to image the human eye corrects for chromatic aberrations

Researchers report a new imaging system that cancels the chromatic optical aberrations present in a specific person's eye, allowing for a more accurate assessment of vision and eye health. By taking pictures of the eye's smallest light-sensing cells with multiple wavelengths, the system also provides the first objective measurement of longitudinal chromatic aberrations (LCA), which could lead to new insights on their relationship to visual halos, glare and color perception.

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02:51 ScienceDaily.com'Voltron' imaging tool captures brain cell action in living animals

Scientists have developed a new way to track neural activity. The technique can target specific brain cells and relies on dyes that are brighter and more stable than those currently used.

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01:38 TechInvestorNews.comGoogles DeepMind Says Its AI Tech Can Spot Acute Kidney Disease 48 Hours Before Doctors Spot It (Slashdot)

SlashdotGoogles DeepMind Says Its AI Tech Can Spot Acute Kidney Disease 48 Hours Before Doctors Spot It - Five years after Google acquired DeepMind, the health and artificial intelligence group is unveiling its biggest breakthrough yet in health care. Its technology is able to predict if a patient has potentially fatal kidney injuries 48 hours before many symptoms can be recognized by doctors. From a report: In a ...

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00:42 ExtremeTech.comIce Lake Benchmarks Paint a Complex Picture for Intel’s Latest CPU

Now that we actually know what CPU performance factually looks like, we've got a much better basis for discussing it relative to Intel's Whiskey Lake.
The post Ice Lake Benchmarks Paint a Complex Picture for Intel’s Latest CPU appeared first on ExtremeTech.

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01.08.2019
23:05 ScienceDaily.comQuantum light sources pave the way for optical circuits

Physicists have succeeded in placing light sources in atomically thin material layers with an accuracy of just a few nanometers. The new method allows for a multitude of applications in quantum technologies, from quantum sensors and transistors in smartphones through to new encryption technologies for data transmission.

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23:05 ScienceDaily.comFrom Japanese basket weaving art to nanotechnology with ion beams

The properties of high-temperature superconductors can be tailored by the introduction of artificial defects. An international research team has succeeded in producing the world's densest complex nano arrays for anchoring flux quanta, the fluxons. This was achieved by irradiating the superconductor with a helium-ion microscope, a technology that has only recently become available. The researchers were inspired by a traditional Japanese basket weaving art.

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22:36 TechInvestorNews.comAmazon slashes $50 off the adorable Vector toy robot with built-in Alexa (Timothy Taylor/Digital Trends)

Timothy Taylor / Digital TrendsAmazon slashes $50 off the adorable Vector toy robot with built-in Alexa - An adorable toy robot called Vector can hang out with you, be a helpful assistant, and do a few tricks. Vector is currently available on Amazon for 20% off. Get this Alexa-compatible robot for $199 instead of its normal retail price of $250. ...

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22:36 TechInvestorNews.comIntel, Baidu sign 3-year deal to collaborate in cloud, AI, 5G (ZDNet Latest News)

ZDNet Latest NewsIntel, Baidu sign 3-year deal to collaborate in cloud, AI, 5G - The agreement revolves around Intel optimizing its platforms and products for Baidus core business areas. ...

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22:23 TechnologyReview.comCRISPR baby maker explored starting a business in designer-baby tourism

He Jiankui met with US investors and entrepreneurs to discuss commercial plans for CRISPR kids.

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21:09 ScienceDaily.comHow side hit to the head could damage brain, lead to concussion

Play contact sports for any length of time and at one point or another you're probably going to have your 'bell rung' by a powerful blow to the head from a hard hit or fall. Researchers have reconstructed ting the inertial stresses and strains that prevail inside a brain that's just been hit hard from the side.

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20:51 CNBC technologySurveillance videos show alleged criminals attacking ATMs — and the crime is getting more common

Hackers have turned their attention to ATMs. Two surveillance videos show alleged criminals attacking ATMs in order to drain them of cash.

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20:20 Aps.org Editors' SuggestionsNanoscale magnetization inhomogeneity within single phase nanopillars

Author(s): Thomas O. Farmer, Er-Jia Guo, Ryan D. Desautels, Lisa DeBeer-Schmitt, Aiping Chen, Zhongchang Wang, Quanxi Jia, Julie A. Borchers, Dustin A. Gilbert, Ben Holladay, Sunil K. Sinha, and Michael R. Fitzsimmons Self-assembling three-dimensional nanostructures are the ideal platforms to achieve strain mediated heterogenous multiferroics, as the strained interfacial area scales with film thickness. The archetypal example, epitaxially strained CoFe2O4 nanopillars embedded in a BaTiO3 matrix, possesses significant out-of-plane uniaxial magnetic anisotropy. In this paper, the authors identify two regions in the CoFe2O4 nanopillars with different magnetic anisotropies. Using micromagnetic simulations and polarized small-angle neutron scattering, they elucidate the consequence of varying anisotropy within the pillar on its magnetization

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20:15 ScienceMag.orgDid CRISPR help—or harm—the first-ever gene-edited babies?

He Jiankui’s attempt to knock out the CCR5 gene was messy—and so are debates about potential consequences

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19:28 AzoNano.comNanoswimmer Model Helps Understand Chemotactic Motility in Bacterial Swarm

Bacteria have the ability to dynamically move toward a nutrient source—a phenomenon called chemotaxis—and they can move together through a process called swarming. Chinese researchers...

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19:28 AzoNano.comNew Design Strategy to Make Nanocellulose-Based Macrofibers

The renewable, eco-friendly, and sustainable characteristics of high-performance biomass-based nanocomposites have helped them emerge as potential materials for future structural and functional...

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19:28 ScienceNewsDaily.orgElectrify America will use robots to charge self-driving EVs

As self-driving and electric vehicles advance, one fundamental question remains: How will autonomous EVs connect to charging stations? Volkswagen-backed Electrify America and Stable ...

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19:28 Phys.orgVideo: Why are we dumping fertilizer on wildfires?

When wildfires break out on hot, windy days, they pose a serious threat to people and the environment.

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19:28 AzoRobotics.comNew Insect-Sized Robot Withstands the Weight of an Average Human

The sight of a scurrying bug can make individuals look away because they probably feel uneasy. Now, a novel insect-sized robot developed by scientists at the University of California, Berkeley (UC...

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19:17 AzoNano.comScientists Propose Revised Theory on Surface Nanobubble Stability

A new study into better understanding how tiny, yet powerful, bubbles develop and collapse on underwater surfaces could enable the development of more robust industrial structures like ship...

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19:17 LiveScience.comIn Photos: Young Couple Buried 4,000 Years Ago in Kazakhstan

The man and woman were buried facing each other, with a variety of grave goods.

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19:17 AzoRobotics.comNew Structural Color Soft Robot to Interact with Environment

A new structural color soft robot that can move and change color has been designed by researchers headed by Dr Du Xuemin from the Shenzhen Institutes of Advanced Technology, Chinese Academy of...

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19:17 AzoRobotics.comNew Millimeter-Scale Soft Snail Robot Driven by Liquid Crystal Elastomer Technology

Liquid crystal elastomer technology was used by researchers at the Faculty of Physics at the University of Warsaw, Poland to show the capability of a bio-inspired microrobot to imitate the adhesive...

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19:07 PowerMag.comTHE BIG PICTURE: A Spotlight on Oil-Fired Power

Discussions about fossil-fueled power capacity are typically centered on coal and natural gas. The former is seeing a marked decline amid climate concerns, and the latter is seeing unprecedented growth, owing to relatively low prices. Seemingly forgotten, but still a major source of power, are plants fired with petroleum liquids. In 2017, according to the […]
The post THE BIG PICTURE: A Spotlight on Oil-Fired Power appeared first on POWER Magazine.

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19:06 Phys.orgHeterophase nanostructures contributing to efficient catalysis

Selective catalysis plays a key role in various applications, such as the chemical industry and oil refining, hence, developing catalysts with high efficiency and excellent chemoselectivity has become a research hotspot. Compared with other materials, noble metals, especially ultrathin two-dimensional (2-D) noble metal nanomaterials, have drawn tremendous research interest owing to their superior catalytic activity in many catalytic reactions.

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18:43 Phys.orgIs your supercomputer stumped? There may be a quantum solution

Some math problems are so complicated that they can bog down even the world's most powerful supercomputers. But a wild new frontier in computing that applies the rules of the quantum realm offers a different approach.

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18:43 Phys.orgQuantum light sources pave the way for optical circuits

An international team headed up by Alexander Holleitner and Jonathan Finley, physicists at the Technical University of Munich (TUM), has succeeded in placing light sources in atomically thin material layers with an accuracy of just a few nanometers. The new method allows for a multitude of applications in quantum technologies, from quantum sensors and transistors in smartphones through to new encryption technologies for data transmission.

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18:43 Phys.orgSystem to image the human eye corrects for chromatic aberrations

Researchers report a new imaging system that cancels the chromatic optical aberrations present in a specific person's eye, allowing for a more accurate assessment of vision and eye health. By taking pictures of the eye's smallest light-sensing cells with multiple wavelengths, the system also provides the first objective measurement of longitudinal chromatic aberrations (LCA), which could lead to new insights on their relationship to visual halos, glare and color perception.

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18:38 ScienceDaily.comIs your supercomputer stumped? There may be a quantum solution

A new study details how a quantum computing technique called 'quantum annealing' can be used to solve problems relevant to fundamental questions in nuclear physics about the subatomic building blocks of all matter. It could also help answer other vexing questions in science and industry, too.

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18:26 NewScientist.ComUK navy will use AI-guided robot submarines to find explosive mines

The UK’s Royal Navy wants to use artificial intelligence to guide a fleet of robot submarines, helping them seek and destroy underwater mines

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18:22 Yahoo.com BusinessWhat Did Nanoco Group plc s (LON:NANO) CEO Take Home Last Year?

The CEO of Nanoco Group plc (LON:NANO) is Michael Edelman. First, this article will compare CEO compensation with...

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18:11 Yahoo.com BusinessNanoString Technologies Delivers 21% Revenue Growth in Q2

All eyes were on a new instrument launch, which got off to a strong start judging from pre-orders.

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17:57 Zdnet.comNeato, Nanoleaf, Abode, more announce Apple HomeKit integration in smart home products

Robot vacuums, cameras, showers, coffee pots, and smart outlets will all gain support for Apple HomeKit and Siri.

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17:33 TechInvestorNews.comNeato, Nanoleaf, Abode, more announce Apple HomeKit integration in smart home products (ZDNet Latest News)

ZDNet Latest NewsNeato, Nanoleaf, Abode, more announce Apple HomeKit integration in smart home products - Robot vacuums, cameras, showers, coffee pots, and smart outlets will all gain support for Apple HomeKit and Siri. ...

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17:21 Phys.orgA novel graphene-matrix-assisted stabilization method will help 2-D materials become a part of quantum computers

Scientists from Russia and Japan found a way of stabilizing two-dimensional copper oxide (CuO) materials by using graphene. Along with being the main candidates for spintronics applications, these materials may be used in forthcoming quantum computers. The results of the study were published in The Journal of Physical Chemistry C.

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17:11 DigitalTrends.comThe Nanoleaf Canvas can now control your smart home through through touches

The Nanoleaf Canvas improves its functionality thanks to HomeKit-based "Touch Actions" that let users turn any Canvas Square into a smart button. These buttons can be set to control devices throughout the home.

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17:10 Nanowerk.comFrom Japanese basket weaving art to nanotechnology with ion beams

Physicists succeeded in producing the world's densest complex nano arrays for anchoring flux quanta, the fluxons.

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17:10 Phys.orgFrom Japanese basket weaving art to nanotechnology with ion beams

The properties of high-temperature superconductors can be tailored by the introduction of artificial defects. An international research team around physicist Wolfgang Lang at the University of Vienna has succeeded in producing the world's densest complex nano arrays for anchoring flux quanta, the fluxons. This was achieved by irradiating the superconductor with a helium-ion microscope at the University of Tübingen, a technology that has only recently become available. The researchers were inspired by a traditional Japanese basket weaving art. The results have been published recently in ACS Applied Nano Materials, a journal of the renowned American Chemical Society.

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17:08 News-Medical.NetScientists redesign chemotaxis by creating artificial nanoswimmers from gold nanoparticles

Bacteria can actively move towards a nutrient source—a phenomenon known as chemotaxis—and they can move collectively in a process known as swarming.

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17:00 9to5mac.comNanoleaf transforms Canvas smart lights into touch-based HomeKit buttons with Touch Actions

Nanoleaf has a new update launching today for its Canvas smart lights that transforms the color-shifting tiles into touch-based HomeKit buttons for activating scenes. Touch Actions let you assign HomeKit scenes to specific Canvas tiles for controlling groups of smart home accessories without an app or voice.
more…
The post Nanoleaf transforms Canvas smart lights into touch-based HomeKit buttons with Touch Actions appeared first on 9to5Mac.

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16:58 Nanowerk.comNanoscopic slip layer dynamics reveal why some fluids flow faster than expected

New microscopy technique provides unprecedented insight into nanoscopic slip layers formed in flowing complex liquids.

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16:35 TechInvestorNews.comArtificial intelligence could improve healthcare for all—unless it doesnt (Jeremy Hsu/Fast Company)

Jeremy Hsu / Fast CompanyArtificial intelligence could improve healthcare for all—unless it doesnt - AI-driven medical tools could democratize healthcare, but some worry they could also worsen inequalities. This storywas originally published onUndarkmagazineand has been republished here with permission. Read Full Story ...

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16:35 TechInvestorNews.comIntel’s 10th-gen CPUs boast AI acceleration, will arrive in laptops soon (Luke Larsen/Digital Trends)

Luke Larsen / Digital TrendsIntel’s 10th-gen CPUs boast AI acceleration, will arrive in laptops soon - Intels highly-anticipated 10th-gen chips have finally arrived. With new Iris Plus graphics and a new 10nm process, do these new chips add up to a win for Intel? ...

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16:06 ScientificAmerican.ComFaster MRI Method Could Shake Up Brain Imaging 

A new technique relies on measuring changes in tissue stiffness resulting from neural activity -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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15:51 SeekingAlpha.comCalifornia Nanotechnologies reports Q1 results

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14:39 TechInvestorNews.comGoogly-eyed robots are actually an important 5G and edge computing benchmark (ZDNet Latest News)

ZDNet Latest NewsGoogly-eyed robots are actually an important 5G and edge computing benchmark - Edge computing and 5G are making autonomous mobile robots more practical in brick and mortar stores. ...

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14:27 TechnologyReview.comDeepMind’s algorithm can predict serious kidney injury 48 hours before it happens

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14:03 LiveScience.comIn Photos: Biblical 'Church of the Apostles' Discovered

Jesus is said to have healed a blind man at the site, located along the Sea of Galilee in northern Israel.

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13:46 ScientificAmerican.Com"Awakenings" in Advanced Dementia Patients Hint at Untapped Brain Reserves

Numerous reports documenting lucid moments at the end of life spur Alzheimer’s researchers to explore the phenomenon -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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12:41 TechInvestorNews.comAsia Tech Image 2Q19 gross operating profit hikes 62% (DigiTimes: IT news from Asia)

DigiTimes: IT news from AsiaAsia Tech Image 2Q19 gross operating profit hikes 62% - Contact image sensor module maker Asia Tech Image has reported second-quarter 2019 gross operating profit of NT$163 million (US$5.2 million), hiking 62% on quarter. ...

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12:16 Technology.orgQuantum research with neural networks

For the first time, researchers have applied a fundamental tool of machine learning to a difficult class of

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10:43 Yahoo.com BusinessNanostring Technologies (NSTG) Q2 2019 Earnings Call Transcript

NSTG earnings call for the period ending June 30, 2019.

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10:18 Nanowerk.comLight in the nanoworld

Quantum light sources pave the way for optical circuits.

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02:32 Technology.orgDeeper understanding of nanobubbles could improve the design of ships’ propellers and cancer treatment

Ship propellers are like wheels on a car. They do experience a lot of stress and wear rather

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02:10 FT.com TechnologyPatent agencies challenged to accept AI inventor

Legal experts submit two machine-designed products in landmark test of patent law

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01:54 ScienceDaily.comHow MND affects multiple brain networks

Researchers have identified characteristic changes in the patterns of electrical brain wave activity in motor neurone disease (MND). This ground breaking observation will help to develop treatments for the disease that affects over 350 people in Ireland. Their findings reveal how MND affects the neural communication in different brain networks.

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00:18 GizmagCockroach-inspired robot survives being stepped on


Not only do cockroaches give many people the creeps, but often when you step on one of the critters, it just keeps on scurrying. Such resilience would be a good feature for mini-robots designed to scout disaster sites – among other applications – which is why scientists have created just such a device.
.. Continue Reading Cockroach-inspired robot survives being stepped on Category: Robotics Tags: Biomimicry Piezoelectric UC Berkeley

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31.07.2019
23:55 LiveScience.comStunning Photo Captures the Moment a Sea Lion Was Nearly Swallowed By a Whale

Talk about feeling down-in-the-mouth.

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23:44 TechnologyReview.comInstead of practicing, this AI mastered chess by reading about it

Machines that appreciate “brilliant” and “dumb” chess moves could learn to play the game—and do other things—more efficiently.

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23:33 TechInvestorNews.comGoogles DeepMind says its A.I. tech can spot acute kidney disease 48 hours before doctors spot it (CNBC: Top News)

CNBC: Top NewsGoogles DeepMind says its A.I. tech can spot acute kidney disease 48 hours before doctors spot it - DeepMind, which Google acquired in 2014, says its building tools to predict acute kidney injuries before they lead to dialysis, or even death. ...

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23:21 InsideEVs.comBollinger B2 Prototype Truck Appears In Video – Part Of It, At Least

Pickup truck appears at the end of transaxle assembly footage.

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23:15 ScienceDaily.comActively swimming gold nanoparticles

Bacteria can actively move towards a nutrient source -- a phenomenon known as chemotaxis -- and they can move collectively in a process known as swarming. Scientists have redesigned collective chemotaxis by creating artificial model nanoswimmers from chemically and biochemically modified gold nanoparticles. The model could help understand the dynamics of chemotactic motility in a bacterial swarm.

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23:08 ScienceMag.orgWatch a human try to crush this cockroach-inspired robot—and fail

Researchers develop a roboroach that can squeeze almost anywhere

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23:03 ScienceDaily.comFirst pictures of enzyme that drives new class of antibiotics

Researchers have solved the X-ray crystal structure of the enzyme that makes obafluorin -- a broad spectrum antibiotic agent made by a fluorescent strain of soil bacteria. This new class of antibiotics might provide a powerful antidote to the growing scourge of antibiotic resistance.

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22:57 Nanowerk.comYou can't squash this roach-inspired robot (w/video)

If the sight of a skittering bug makes you squirm, you may want to look away - a new insect-sized robot can scurry across the floor at nearly the speed of a darting cockroach.

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22:39 ScienceDaily.comYou can't squash this roach-inspired robot

A new insect-sized robot can scurry across the floor at nearly the speed of a darting cockroach -- and it's nearly as hardy as a cockroach, too: Try to squash this robot under your foot, and more than likely, it will just keep going. Small, durable robots like these could be advantageous in search and rescue missions, the creators say.

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22:22 FierceBiotech.comBayer teams up with AI firm Sensyne Health to mine NHS data for its heart disease pipeline

Bayer tapped Sensyne Health to sift through patient data from the U.K. National Health Service, mine it for insights using its artificial intelligence platforms and apply the findings to its cardiovascular disease pipeline.

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22:22 ScienceNewsDaily.orgYou can't squash this roach-inspired robot

If the sight of a skittering bug makes you squirm, you may want to look away—a new insect-sized robot created by researchers at the University of California, Berkeley, can scurry across the ...

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22:05 ScientificAmerican.ComAI Can Predict Kidney Failure Days in Advance

A new program could save lives in hospitals, where kidney injury is one of the most common causes of death -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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21:47 CNBC health careGoogle's DeepMind says its A.I. tech can spot acute kidney disease 48 hours before doctors spot it

DeepMind, which Google acquired in 2014, says it's building tools to predict acute kidney injuries before they lead to dialysis, or even death.

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21:36 CNBC technologyGoogle's DeepMind says its A.I. tech can spot acute kidney disease 48 hours before doctors spot it

DeepMind, which Google acquired in 2014, says it's building tools to predict acute kidney injuries before they lead to dialysis, or even death.

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21:31 ScienceDaily.comQuantum computers to clarify the connection between the quantum and classical worlds

A new algorithm will allow quantum computers to investigate how the classical world we experience emerges from the quantum world, and test other foundational issues in quantum mechanics.

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21:08 NewScientist.ComCockroach robot won't break after being repeatedly stamped on

A tiny robot keeps on working no matter how hard researchers stamp on it. It weighs less than 0.01 grams but has the staying power of a cockroach

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21:01 ScienceMag.orgNo coding required: Companies make it easier than ever for scientists to use artificial intelligence

Ready-to-use machine learning tools help scientists tackle string theory, flatworms, and intruding cats

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20:56 ScienceDaily.comAI improves efficiency and accuracy of digital breast tomosynthesis

Artificial intelligence (AI) helps improve the efficiency and accuracy of an advanced imaging technology used to screen for breast cancer, according to a new study.

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20:40 SeekingAlpha.comNANO -11% after EPS meet; analysts stay bullish

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20:38 TechInvestorNews.comAlphabet’s AI Might Be Able to Predict Kidney Disease (Tom Simonite, Gregory Barber/Wired News)

Tom Simonite, Gregory Barber / Wired NewsAlphabet’s AI Might Be Able to Predict Kidney Disease - In a study involving 700,000 VA patients, an algorithm from DeepMind predicted 90% of cases of acute kidney injury up to 48 hours before it occurred. ...

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20:38 TechnologyReview.comThis autonomous bicycle shows China’s rising AI chip expertise

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20:21 Nature.ComPodcast: The placental microbiome, and advances in artificial intelligence

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20:20 NewScientist.ComIt's too soon to tell if DeepMind's medical AI will save any lives

A DeepMind AI can predict whether someone will get acute kidney injury 48 hours before it occurs, but it's too soon to tell if the tech will actually make a difference

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