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12:52 AzoNano.comScientists Identify Dense Actin Filament Nanoscaffold that Promotes Cell Movement (4)

There are several occasions when human cells have to move. Formation of the body (embryonic development) is guided by mobile cells. Immune cells wander to capture undesirable intruders, and healing...

01:20 Technology.orgMaking AI accountable easier said than done, says expert (4)

If you had to program a self-driving car, which option would you choose if only two were available:

01:56 InsideEVs.comInfiniti QX Inspiration Electric SUV At NAIAS: Photos & Videos (3)

Infiniti is finally inspired to introduce electric cars Infiniti unveiled at the 2019 NAIAS its all-electric QX Inspiration concept, which shows us what to expect from future production models. The car was envisioned as long-range, dual motor all-wheel drive SUV with autonomous driving capabilities, but no details were announced. Most of the focus falls on the exterior […]

01:18 ScienceDaily.comPore size influences nature of complex nanostructures (3)

In new research that could help inform development of new materials, chemists have found that the empty space ('pores') present in two-dimensional molecular building blocks fundamentally changes the strength of these van der Waals forces, and can potentially alter the assembly of sophisticated nanostructures.

00:40 TechInvestorNews.comHow IBM Watson will improve your morning commute (John Brandon/TechRadar) (3)

John Brandon / TechRadarHow IBM Watson will improve your morning commute - Watsons advanced natural language processing makes it a super smart chauffeur. Photo credit: Joe Miller IBM Watson isnt known as a consumer-grade bot that works like Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant. Its really meant to showcase the massive supercomputing prowess of the famous tech icon (and play Jeopardy). Yet, at ...

00:29 Technology.orgIncredible Descent Video of the Chinese Lander to the Lunar Far Side (3)

On January 2nd, 2019, China’s Chang’e-4 lander made a successful landing on the far side of the Moon.

23:33 TechInvestorNews.comHCI Use Cases: Edge Computing, Artificial Intelligence (Eric Slack/Windows IT Pro) (3)

Eric Slack / Windows IT ProHCI Use Cases: Edge Computing, Artificial Intelligence - HCI use cases are continuing to increase; read up on the role HCI can plan in edge computing as well as in advanced computing scenarios such as artificial intelligence and machine learning. ...

23:06 ScienceDaily.comBrilliant glow of paint-on semiconductors comes from ornate quantum physics (3)

A new wave of semiconductors that can be painted on is on the horizon. It bears the promise of revolutionizing lighting all over again and of transforming solar energy. Ornate quantum particle action, revealed here, that drives the new material's properties defies the workings of established semiconductors.

22:37 TechInvestorNews.comDisappointing photos show what living in San Francisco on a tech salary really looks like (Katie Canales/Business Insider: Finance) (3)

Katie Canales / Business Insider: FinanceDisappointing photos show what living in San Francisco on a tech salary really looks like - * Tech workers come to Silicon Valley in droves with dreams of working for one of the worlds biggest tech companies, like Google or Apple, or with hopes of founding their own startup. The dream of working for one of Silicon Valleys many tech behemoths, along with the luxuries such ...

22:14 HealthJust one or two experiences with marijuana may alter teen brains (3)

(Reuters Health) - Teens who use pot just one or two times may end up with changes to their brains, a new study finds.

21:51 TechnologyReview.comA country’s ambitious plan to teach anyone the basics of AI (3)

21:27 Medscape.ComFacebook's AI Suicide Prevention Program: Likes and Dislikes (3)

One year after the launch of an artificial intelligence (AI) program that scans accounts for signs of suicidal intent in its users, experts weigh in with their likes and dislikes of the initiative.

08:38 TechInvestorNews.comAsia Tech Image 2018 net profit hits record (DigiTimes: IT news from Asia) (3)

DigiTimes: IT news from AsiaAsia Tech Image 2018 net profit hits record - Contact image sensor (CIS) module maker Asia Tech Image has reported consolidated revenues of NT$3.675 billion (US$119 million), net operating profit of NT$343 million, net profit of NT$338 million and net EPS of NT$4.66 for 2018, with the net profit hitting a record, according to company chairman Robert Lai. ...

10:39 TechInvestorNews.comThe Weaponization Of Artificial Intelligence (Jayshree Pandya, Contributor/Forbes - CIO Network) (2)

Jayshree Pandya, Contributor / Forbes - CIO NetworkThe Weaponization Of Artificial Intelligence - Weaponized artificial intelligence is almost here. As algorithms begin to change warfare, the rise of autonomous weapons systems is becoming a terrifying reality.Weaponized artificial intelligence is almost here. As algorithms begin to change warfare, the rise of autonomous weapons systems is becoming a terrifying reality. ...

02:31 CNBC technologyIntel has the biggest addressable market it's ever seen, says company's interim CEO (2)

Jim Cramer sits down with Intel's interim CEO and permanent CFO Bob Swan to get his take on the technology giant's future.

12:25 Процессор Intel Core i5-9600K (Coffee Lake Refresh) и другие Core i5 для платформы LGA1151 (2)

Выход в свет процессоров «девятого» поколения Core в октябре этого года сопровождался массой материалов, посвященных старшим, восьмиядерным моделям этого семейства: Core i7-9700K и i9-9900K — именно из-за того, что они восьмиядерные. Третий же представленный осенью процессор семейства Coffee Lake Refresh, а именно Core i5-9600K, такого ажиотажа не вызвал, поскольку Core i5 так и остались шестиядерными. При этом нельзя сказать, что i5-9600K в точности идентичен i5-8600K — все-таки он использует тот же кристалл, что и старшие модели (просто два ядра отключены), и тот же улучшенный термоинтерфейс. Очень может быть, что борьба с уязвимостями на аппаратном уровне «бесплатно» не дается, с чем и связано повысившееся энергопотребление Coffee Lake Refresh. Ничего страшного и невиданного мы не наблюдаем: просто некоторый откат назад в рамках платформы, но на новом уровне производительности.

12:03 Gigabyte выпускает обновление BIOS для системных плат, позволяющее «получить максимальную производительность» от процессоров Intel Core i серии F (2)

На сайте компании Gigabyte Technology опубликовано сообщение о выходе обновленных версий BIOS для системных плат на чипсетах Z390, H370, B360 и H310. Обновления, по словам Gigabyte, «обеспечивают максимальную совместимость с новыми процессорами Intel Core i серии F».
Напомним — в процессорах серии F отключено встроенное графическое ядро. Как утверждается, это сделано для «экономии ресурсов обычных пользователей, использующих графические карты». Компания Gigabyte уточняет, что ее системные платы уже поддерживают процессоры Intel Core и графические карты, а обновление BIOS выпущено, «чтобы пользователи могли испытать оптимизированную производительность на процессорах Intel Core i 9-го поколения серии F». При этом Gigabyte «настоятельно рекомендует пользователям обновить BIOS для достижения максимальной производительности новых процессоров».
Обновления уже доступны для загрузки на сайте копании.

04:39 Gizmag NASA fixes Hubble's faulty camera (1)

Hubble appears to be back in working order, with full science operations scheduled to resume by the end of this week. The Wide Field Camera 3 on the aging space telescope was struck by a technical fault on January 8, and NASA engineers now believe they've fixed the problem.
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06:40 Gizmag New class of sleeping pills hopes to keep your brain alert and reduce the ‘hangover effect’ (1)

A study from a team of Japanese researchers has revealed a new class of sleep-inducing drugs can potentially preserve a person's ability to wake quickly in response to loud threatening noises. The study suggests this new type of hypnotic drug could also reduce the 'hangover effect' that commonly strikes people taking regular benzodiazepine-based sleeping aids.
.. Continue Reading New class of sleeping pills hopes to keep your brain alert and reduce the ‘hangover effect’ Category: Science Tags: Drugs Sleep Sleeping

06:29 CSDeep Fusion: An Attention Guided Factorized Bilinear Pooling for Audio-video Emotion Recognition. (arXiv:1901.04889v1 [cs.LG]) (1)

Automatic emotion recognition (AER) is a challenging task due to the abstract concept and multiple expressions of emotion. Although there is no consensus on a definition, human emotional states usually can be apperceived by auditory and visual systems. Inspired by this cognitive process in human beings, it's natural to simultaneously utilize audio and visual information in AER. However, most traditional fusion approaches only build a linear paradigm, such as feature concatenation and multi-system fusion, which hardly captures complex association between audio and video. In this paper, we introduce factorized bilinear pooling (FBP) to deeply integrate the features of audio and video. Specifically, the features are selected through the embedded attention mechanism from respective modalities to obtain the emotion-related regions. The whole pipeline can be completed in a neural network. Validated on the AFEW database of the audio-video sub-challenge in EmotiW2018, the proposed approach achieves an accuracy of 62.48%, outperforming the state-of-the-art result.

05:36 TechInvestorNews.comAmazon drops prices on Roomba robot vacuums by up to $150 (Jacob Kienlen/Digital Trends) (1)

Jacob Kienlen / Digital TrendsAmazon drops prices on Roomba robot vacuums by up to $150 - Amazon is offering discounts on iRobot Roombas and other robotvacuums to help you get a leg-up on those chores. Weve rounded up the best deals available now and put them all in one place. The post Amazon drops prices on Roomba robot vacuums by up to $150 appeared first on ...

04:59 ScienceDaily.comGene-editing tool CRISPR/Cas9 shown to limit impact of certain parasitic diseases (1)

Researchers have successfully used CRISPR/Cas9 to limit the impact of schistosomiasis and liver fluke infection, which affects more than a quarter of a billion people in Southeast Asia, sub-Saharan Africa, and Latin America.

04:37 ScienceDaily.comA new way by which the human brain marks time (1)

With a little help from HBO's 'Curb Your Enthusiasm,' neurobiologists have uncovered a key component of how the human brain marks time.

04:11 BusinessOne Thing To Remember About The Advance NanoTek Limited (ASX:ANO) Share Price (1)

If you own shares in Advance NanoTek Limited (ASX:ANO) then it's worth thinking about how it contributes to the volatility of your portfolio, overall. In finance, Beta is a measure Read More...

03:13 Gizmag Leaky blood-brain barrier identified as potential early-warning sign for Alzheimer's (1)

New research published in the journal Nature Medicine has described the results of a five-year study into the association between a breakdown of the blood-brain barrier and the onset of cognitive impairment. The study suggests leaky capillaries in the brain can act as an early biomarker of cognitive decline, and a new drug being developed for stroke patients may be an effective treatment.
.. Continue Reading Leaky blood-brain barrier identified as potential early-warning sign for Alzheimer's Category: Medical Tags: Alzheimer's Disease Blood-brain barrier Brain Dementia Neuroscience Strokes

21:06 Improbable ResearchThe Physics of the Boston Molasses Flood [video] (1)

21:06 Nanowerk.comPOLAR experiment reveals orderly chaos of black holes (1)

An international consortium of scientists studying gamma-ray bursts (GRBs) as part of the POLAR (GRB polarimeter) experiment has revealed that high-energy photon emissions from black holes are neither completely chaotic nor completely organized, but a mixture.

20:42 InsideEVs.comWant A Baby Blue Tesla Model 3 Interior? Solution – Blue Jeans: Video (1)

It appears blue jeans are the answer if you want a Tesla Model 3 with light blue upholstery. All jokes aside, there are probably very few people that want a blue-tinted interior in their Tesla Model 3 (or Model S or Model X), especially considering they spent the extra money to get the white vegan “pleather.” […]

20:30 TechInvestorNews.comIBM’s Quantum announcement is a big step in a 1,000-mile journey (ZDNet Latest News) (1)

ZDNet Latest NewsIBM’s Quantum announcement is a big step in a 1,000-mile journey - Does IBMs announcement of its new quantum computing system mean that quantum computing must be on your technology roadmap? ...

20:30 CNBC health careEven a little marijuana may change teen brain, study finds (1)

Researchers say even one or two joints cause changes in areas of the brain involved in emotion-related processing, learning and forming memories, NBC News reports.

20:06 Phys.orgPore size influences nature of complex nanostructures (1)

Building at the nanoscale is not like building a house. Scientists often start with two-dimensional molecular layers and combine them to form complex three-dimensional architectures. And instead of nails and screws, these structures are joined together by the attractive van der Waals forces that exist between objects at the nanoscale.

20:03 Physics.Aps.orgSynopsis: Controlling Light with Trembling Nanoparticles (1)

The scattering of light from vibrating particles could be harnessed to build directional devices such as optical diodes.
[Physics] Published Tue Jan 15, 2019

20:01 ScienceDaily.comExperiments detect entropy production in mesoscopic quantum systems (1)

One of the most important aims of contemporary scientific research is finding out what makes the production of entropy predominate. This aim explains the current interest in studying mesoscopic systems, which are not as small as individual atoms but nevertheless display well-defined quantum behavior.

19:55 TechnologyReview.comThis Ikea kitchen might teach industrial robots to be less dumb and more helpful (1)

Nvidia’s new robotics lab will see if robots can learn to fetch the ketchup, load the dishwasher, and—eventually—make a cake.

19:10 InsideEVs.comVideo: How Does Tesla Fit & Finish Compare To A German Car? (1)

Have nitpickers, shorters, and haters plagued Tesla with invalid claims when it comes to fit and finish? We at InsideEVs agree that Tesla vehicle’s fit and finish was certainly problematic, especially early on. This comes as no surprise due to the automaker’s “newness” in comparison to most of the competition. For years, automotive reviewers called […]

18:35 TechInvestorNews.comA fintech executive at JPMorgan explains why AI isnt all its cracked up to be when it comes to hel (Dan DeFrancesco/Business Insider: Finance) (1)

Dan DeFrancesco / Business Insider: FinanceA fintech executive at JPMorgan explains why AI isnt all its cracked up to be when it comes to hel - The robot takeover in financial services is not imminent. Thats the perspective of one executive at a big bank who says some customers might be willing to trade in the efficiency of using a financial tool backed by artificial intelligence for the comfort of dealing with a real person. Colleen ...

18:35 Nanowerk.comNanofabricated ultra ultrasound to revolutionize technology (1)

Researchers have combined modern nanofabrication and nanophotonics techniques to build the ultraprecise ultrasound sensors on a silicon chip.

18:35 Nanowerk.comSilicon nanoparticles could power lithium-ion batteries with 10 times more capacity (1)

Chemists confirm importance of nano-sizing silicon to improve lithium ion batteries.

18:15 BusinessNANO vs. WTS: Which Stock Should Value Investors Buy Now? (1)

NANO vs. WTS: Which Stock Is the Better Value Option?

18:09 SingularityHub.ComThe Rise of a New Generation of AI Avatars (1)

I recently discovered it’s possible for someone in their 20s to feel old—just mention Microsoft’s Clippy to anyone born after the late 90s. Weirdly, there is an entire generation of people who never experienced that dancing wide-eyed paper-clip interrupting a Word doc writing project. For readers who never knew him, Clippy was an interactive virtual […]

17:57 ScienceDaily.comTeen brain volume changes with small amount of cannabis use, study finds (1)

At a time when several states are moving to legalize recreational use of marijuana, new research shows that concerns about the drug's impact on teens may be warranted. The study shows that even a small amount of cannabis use by teenagers is linked to differences in their brains.

17:50 Phys.orgWill talking to AI voice assistants re-engineer our human conversations? (1)

When you're lost, Siri can be your best friend. But if she can't retrieve the right address from your contacts, she can drive you crazy.

17:39 Phys.orgThree-dimensional femtosecond laser nanolithography of crystals (1)

Optical properties of materials are based on their chemistry and the inherent subwavelength architecture, although the latter remains to be characterized in depth. Photonic crystals and metamaterials have proven this by providing access through surface alterations to a new level of light manipulation beyond the known natural optical properties of materials. Yet, in the past three decades of research, technical methods have been unable to reliably nanostructure hard optical crystals beyond the material surface for in-depth optical characterization and related applications.

17:29 InsideEVs.comTesla Model 3, Nissan LEAF e+, Kona EV, or e-Niro: Video Buying Guide (1)

Which new EV should you buy? Who better than one of the utmost, long-time authorities on electric vehicles — Bjørn Nyland — to share the pros and cons of the Tesla Model 3, Nissan LEAF e+, Hyundai Kona Electric, and Kia e-Niro? Apparently, people have been asking Nyland which of these cars they should consider buying, […]

17:27 Phys.orgAlgorithm gives robots an instinctive understanding of how to use tools (1)

A*STAR researchers working with colleagues in Japan have developed a method by which robots can automatically recognize an object as a potential tool and use it, despite never having seen it before.

17:07 InsideEVs.comTesla Model S With Dashcam Captures Near Crash: Video (1)

Nowadays, every driver should have a dashcam. We’re not quite sure why this Tesla Model S owner doesn’t have TeslaCam or isn’t using it. Perhaps he’s driving an older Model S with a previous version of Autopilot, which Tesla can’t update with the feature. Regardless, the Model S has been outfitted with an aftermarket BlackVue dashcam, […]

16:32 LiveScience.comPhotos: Drilling into Antarctic Subglacial Lake Mercer (1)

Scientists drilled through some 3,500 feet of ice to study this hidden Antarctic lake. They found it is teeming with life.

15:25 Nanowerk.com3D-printing ears with nanocellulose (1)

Researchers are now equipping cellulose with additional functionalities to produce implants for cartilage diseases using 3D printing.

15:24 LiveScience.comReflections from Donna Strickland, 3rd Woman Ever to Win Nobel in Physics (1)

The winner of the 2018 Nobel Prize in physics says scientists shouldn't feel pressured to do research that has economic or commercial ramifications. Science for the sake of science is more important.

15:13 A solid-state nanopore platform for digital data storage (1)

Using DNA to directly store data is an attractive possibility because it is extremely dense and long-lasting. Currently, though, synthesizing and sequencing DNA molecules for storing large amounts of data involves complex devices and is very expensive. In an effort to make data storage in DNA more affordable and commercially viable, researchers have combined nanopore sensing and DNA nanotechnology in a solid-state nanopore platform for digital data storage. This digital data storage method provides an alternative to information storage in the DNA base sequence.