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08.11.2018
15:17 Phys.orgDating apps use artificial intelligence to help search for love (6)

Forget swiping though endless profiles. Dating apps are using artificial intelligence to suggest where to go on a first date, recommend what to say and even find a partner who looks like your favourite celebrity.

12:51 AzoRobotics.comTrifo Receives $11 Million in Funding to Build Next Generation of Smart Home Robots (6)

Creating Smart Connections Between Robots, Homes and Occupants; Names New Chief Operating Officer to Accelerate Growth Trifo, an Artificial Intelligence (AI) home robot company, today announced it...

07.11.2018
19:09 Aps.org Editors' SuggestionsDark matter hurricane: Measuring the S1 stream with dark matter detectors (6)

Author(s): Ciaran A. J. O’Hare, Christopher McCabe, N. Wyn Evans, GyuChul Myeong, and Vasily BelokurovThe dark matter in our stellar neighborhood may be moving at high speed, which might produce a signature that future dark matter searches could detect.
[Phys. Rev. D 98, 103006] Published Wed Nov 07, 2018

08.11.2018
16:25 InsideEVs.com3,000 Miles In A Tesla Model 3 Performance: Video (5)

Check out this Tesla Model 3 Performance road trip from Washington, DC to Oklahoma City. YouTube channel Redline Reviews focuses on in-depth reviews of performance-oriented cars. It also operates as a blog in some cases. This particular vlog puts you inside the car to enjoy highlights from a recent 3,000-mile journey in the Tesla Model 3 […]

16:24 AzoRobotics.comWill Doctors Become Obsolete in the Era of Machines with Artificial Intelligence? (5)

Artificial intelligence platforms mimic human intelligence by learning, reasoning, and self-correction. Compared to doctors, this technology shows the potential to be more accurate at making diagnoses...

15:17 Phys.orgVideo: ESA's future Lagrange mission to monitor the sun (5)

Space weather describes the changing environment throughout the Solar System, driven by the energetic and unpredictable nature of our sun. Solar wind, solar flares and Coronal Mass Ejections can result in geomagetic storms on Earth, potentially damaging satellites in space and the technologies that rely on them, as well as infrastructure on the ground.

15:05 Phys.orgQuantum systems: Same, but different (5)

Remarkable rules have been detected in the apparent chaos of disequilibrium processes. Different systems behave identically in many ways, if they belong to the same "universality class." This means that experiments can be carried out with quantum systems that are easy to handle in order to obtain precise information about systems that cannot be directly studied in the experiment—such as the Big Bang.

15:05 Phys.orgSandwich structure of nanocrystals as quantum light source (5)

Excited photo-emitters can cooperate and radiate simultaneously, a phenomenon called superfluorescence. Researchers from Empa and ETH Zurich, together with colleagues from IBM Research Zurich, have recently been able to create this effect with long-range ordered nanocrystal superlattices. This discovery could enable future developments in LED lighting, quantum sensing, quantum communication and future quantum computing. The study has just been published in the renowned journal Nature.

14:54 Technology.orgHairy nanotechnology provides green anti-scaling solution (5)

A new type of cellulose nanoparticle, invented by McGill University researchers, is at the heart of a more

14:53 Medscape.ComWill AI Make Physicians Obsolete? (5)

Some physicians say it will and note that artificial intelligence has already bested doctors in several areas; others say machines can't replace the empathy, courage, and responsibility of good care.

14:20 Technology.orgNIH BRAIN Initiative debuts cell census of mouse motor cortex – for starters (5)

Researchers funded by the National Institutes of Health have reached a milestone in their quest to catalog the

08:28 ScienceNewsDaily.orgFacebook's Portal video chat displays go on sale in the US (5)

Facebook's Portal and Portal+ smart displays are now available in the US via Amazon, Best Buy and their own, ahem, portal. The social network created the devices with video chats ...

07.11.2018
22:40 ScientificAmerican.ComSupermassive Black Holes Collide in Galactic Merger Grand Finales (5)

Astronomers have observed new details of black-hole growth previously hidden by obscuring clouds of gas and dust -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

22:11 Technology.orgAre Insurance Companies Maximizing AI’s Impact? (5)

Senior executives from leading global insurance companies will join Insurance Nexus for a live, free webinar on how

21:23 Nature.ComPredictable and precise template-free CRISPR editing of pathogenic variants (5)

19:14 Phys.orgExperiments with optical tweezers race to test the laws of quantum mechanics (5)

One might think that the optical tweezer – a focused laser beam that can trap small particles – is old hat by now. After all, the tweezer was invented by Arthur Ashkin in 1970. And he received the Nobel Prize for it this year—presumably after its main implications had been realized during the last half-century.

05:21 ScienceDaily.comNanotechnology-based immunotherapy promoting transplant acceptance (5)

Study could transform care for organ transplant recipients.

08.11.2018
15:28 Phys.orgImage: Proba-V images the Yucatán peninsula (4)

ESA's Proba-V minisatellite images the verdant Yucatán peninsula, once home to the Maya civilization and the site of the impact believed to have doomed the dinosaurs.

14:55 AzoNano.comNovel Bionic Mushrooms Combine Cyanobacteria and Graphene Nanoribbons to Make Electricity (4)

A research team from Stevens Institute of Technology has taken a normal white button mushroom available in a grocery store and converted it into a functional bionic system, supercharging it with...

13:02 AzoRobotics.comNew Report on Image-Guided and Robot-Assisted Surgical Procedures Market 2018 - 2025 (4)

The "Image-Guided & Robot-Assisted Surgical Procedures Market Size, Share & Trends Analysis Report By Specialty Type (Gynecologic, Urologic, General, Cardiothoracic, Head & Neck) And...

03:27 ScienceNewsDaily.orgMicrosoft Introduces New AI Features To Word (4)

There are plenty of note-taking apps and reminder apps out there, but in case you’re someone who uses Microsoft Word to jot down everything, then you might be interested to learn that Microsoft ...

07.11.2018
21:23 Nature.ComA population of luminous accreting black holes with hidden mergers (4)

21:05 Phys.orgAstronomers find pairs of black holes at the centers of merging galaxies (4)

For the first time, a team of astronomers has observed several pairs of galaxies in the final stages of merging together into single, larger galaxies. Peering through thick walls of gas and dust surrounding the merging galaxies' messy cores, the research team captured pairs of supermassive black holes—each of which once occupied the center of one of the two original smaller galaxies—drawing closer together before they coalescence into one giant black hole.

19:10 SingularityHub.ComAI Won’t Replace Doctors, It Will Augment Them (4)

The future of medicine is a physician-patient-AI golden triangle, one in which machines augment clinical care and diagnostics—one with the patient at its heart. That is the takeaway message of DeepMind researcher Dr. Alan Karthikesalingam, who presented his vision of AI-enabled healthcare Monday at Singularity University’s Exponential Medicine conference in San Diego. You’ve probably heard […]

19:03 Nanowerk.comResearchers make movies of photochemistry in single nanoparticles (4)

Researchers retooled an electron microscope to work with visible light and gas flow, making it possible to watch a photochemical reaction as it swept across a nanoparticle the size of a single cold virus.

18:41 Phys.orgWatching nanoparticle photoreactions (4)

When Michal Vadai's experiment worked for the first time, she jumped out of her seat.

17:56 Nanowerk.comPowered by windows: enhanced power factor in transparent thermoelectric nanowire materials (4)

A research group successfully developed a methodology for enhancing thermoelectric power factor while decreasing thermal conductivity. By introducing ZnO nanowires into ZnO films, the thermoelectric power factor became 3 times larger than that of ZnO film without ZnO nanowires.

17:09 Nanowerk.comScientists shuffle the deck to create materials with new quantum behaviors (4)

Generating complex multi-principle element transition metal dichalcogenides (TMDCs) is essential for the future development of new generations of quantum, electronic, and energy conversion materials is difficult.

15:06 Technology.orgAre Insurance Companies Maximizing AI’s Impact? Leading Organizations to Dissect Strategies in Live Webinar (November 14th, 10:00am CT) (4)

Senior executives from leading global insurance companies will join Insurance Nexus for a live, free webinar on how

15:04 News-Medical.NetNew nano-immunotherapy promotes long-term acceptance of transplanted organs (4)

Researchers at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine have developed a new nanotechnology-based immunotherapy that promotes long-term transplant acceptance in an animal model.

13:48 NYT TechnologyOn Technology: You Already Email Like a Robot — Why Not Automate It? (4)

Google is helping relieve the knowledge workers of the world from the drudgery of email — by revealing how inhuman it was in the first place.

02:43 ModernHealthCare.comAI shows success in reducing premature births (4)

Kentucky-based Medicaid managed-care health insurer Passport Health Plan has introduced a pilot program to address the high rate of premature births among its members by using analytics to identify at-risk patient earlier in their pregnancies.

06.11.2018
23:17 Phys.orgOceanographers produce first-ever images of entire cod shoals (4)

For the most part, the mature Atlantic cod is a solitary creature that spends most of its time far below the ocean's surface, grazing on bony fish, squid, crab, shrimp, and lobster—unless it's spawning season, when the fish flock to each other by the millions, forming enormous shoals that resemble frenzied, teeming islands in the sea.

23:05 Phys.orgPlasma-based system provides radical new path for water purification (4)

Many of today's methods of purifying water rely on filters and chemicals that need regular replenishing or maintenance. Millions of people, however, live in areas with limited access to such materials, leading the research community to explore new options of purifying water in using plasmas. Many plasma-based approaches are expensive, but a new class of plasma devices may change that.

22:54 Phys.orgExperimental plasma generator offers path forward for better use of landfill gas as energy (4)

Methane gas released from landfills has long been a topic of interest for alternative energy. One issue, however, is that landfill gases contain numerous contaminants, such as volatile methyl siloxanes, whose silica deposits put extra wear and tear on the natural gas generators when they combust. One group has demonstrated a promising new application of plasma technology capable of removing such compounds.

22:32 Nanowerk.comEngineers develop ultrathin, ultralight 'nanocardboard' (4)

Engineers have demonstrated a new material they call 'nanocardboard', an ultrathin equivalent of corrugated paper cardboard. A square centimeter of nanocardboard weighs less than a thousandth of a gram and can spring back into shape after being bent in half.

21:33 ScienceDaily.comArtificial intelligence predicts Alzheimer's years before diagnosis (4)

Artificial intelligence (AI) technology improves the ability of brain imaging to predict Alzheimer's disease, according to a new study.

07.11.2018
01:17 TechnologyReview.comWhy AI must learn to dress itself (3)

01:07 CNBC health careAlphabet kicks off a private two-day conference dedicated to health, featuring AI chief Jeff Dean (3)

The conference is a rare opportunity for Alphabet employees to come together from the various teams dabbling in health care, including Google Fit, Nest, Google Brain, Verily and Calico. It's billed as an academic conference.

00:55 CNBC technologyAlphabet kicks off a private two-day conference dedicated to health, featuring AI chief Jeff Dean (3)

The conference is a rare opportunity for Alphabet employees to come together from the various teams dabbling in health care, including Google Fit, Nest, Google Brain, Verily and Calico. It's billed as an academic conference.

00:41 ScienceDaily.comCancer: Brain-derived compounds show surprising benefits (3)

In a Veterans Affairs study, a humanmade compound based on a brain hormone spurred the growth of cancer in Petri dishes but enigmatically had the opposite effect in mice. The compound and others like it are being looked at not only for their effect on cancer, but for their ability to regrow healthy tissue to heal damaged hearts and other organs.

06.11.2018
23:45 ScienceDaily.comWhy a stream of plasma makes chemical reactions more efficient (3)

A whiff of plasma, when combined with a nanosized catalyst, can cause chemical reactions to proceed faster, more selectively, at lower temperatures, or at lower voltages than without plasma. Using computer modeling, researchers investigated the interactions between plasmas and metal catalysts embedded into ceramic beads in a packed bed reactor. They discovered that together, the metals, beads and gas create plasma that intensifies electric fields and locally heats the catalyst, which can then accelerate reactions.

23:45 ScienceDaily.comOceanographers produce first-ever images of entire cod shoals (3)

A team of oceanographers has journeyed to Norway -- one of the last remaining regions of the world where cod still thrive -- and used a synoptic acoustic system to, for the first time, illuminate entire shoals of cod almost instantaneously, during the height of the spawning season.

23:45 ScienceDaily.comExperimental plasma generator offers path forward for better use of landfill gas as energy (3)

Landfill gases contain numerous contaminants, but one group has demonstrated a promising new application of plasma technology capable of removing such compounds. Researchers have demonstrated an experimental plasma device capable of cleaning gas samples of D4, one of the most common siloxanes. Drawing on a technique for creating plasma called dielectric barrier discharge, the group was able to significantly reduce the amount of D4 samples after treating it with a helium-based plasma.

23:23 ScienceDaily.comPlasma-based system provides radical new path for water purification (3)

Many of today's methods of purifying water rely on filters and chemicals that need regular replenishing or maintenance. Millions of people, however, live in areas with limited access to such materials, leading the research community to explore new options of purifying water in using plasmas. Many plasma-based approaches are expensive, but a new class of plasma devices may change that. Researchers at the have been studying a new type of plasma generator for water purification.

23:23 ScienceDaily.comAdolescent cannabis use alters development of planning, self-control brain areas (3)

Adolescent marijuana use may alter how neurons function in brain areas engaged in decision-making, planning and self-control, according to researchers.

23:05 Gizmag Million-core neuromorphic supercomputer could simulate an entire mouse brain (3)


After 12 years of work, researchers at the University of Manchester in England have completed construction of a "SpiNNaker" (Spiking Neural Network Architecture) supercomputer. It can simulate the internal workings of up to a billion neurons through a whopping one million processing units.
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22:54 Phys.orgWhy a stream of plasma makes chemical reactions more efficient (3)

A whiff of plasma, when combined with a nanosized catalyst, can cause chemical reactions to proceed faster, more selectively, at lower temperatures, or at lower voltages than without plasma—and nobody really knows why.

21:44 ScienceDaily.comBrain-computer interface advances improve prosthetics, therapies (3)

Advances in connecting neural stimulation to physical control of the body are transforming the development of prosthetics and therapeutic training for people with disabilities, according to new research.

08.11.2018
22:32 Phys.orgCulture may explain why brains have become bigger (1)

A theory called the cultural brain hypothesis could explain extraordinary increases in brain size in humans and other animals over the last few million years, according to a study published in PLOS Computational Biology by Michael Muthukrishna of the London School of Economics and Political Science and Harvard University, and colleagues at the University of British Columbia and Harvard University.