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16.06.2022
10:33 Technology.org Researchers Identify a Brain Circuit for Addiction Remission

In the United States, substance use disorders are a leading cause of death among young people. Treatments such

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08:53 Nanowerk.com Nanochannels light the way towards new medicine

A new technique, called nanofluidic scattering microscopy, can help to find the most promising drug candidates at an earlier stage.

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01:03 Technology.org Can Wormholes Solve The Black Hole Information Paradox? (Video)

The black hole information paradox is a clash between two disciplines: the theory of general relativity and quantum

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00:50 NewScientist.Com Watch a robot cat chase a robot mouse

A robotic game of cat and mouse shows how neuromorphic chips inspired by the brain could allow small robots to make decisions without using too much power

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15.06.2022
23:33 TechInvestorNews.com Google Workspace: Exciting new AI, security and collaboration features and enhancements (Andy Wolber/TechRepublic)

Andy Wolber / TechRepublicGoogle Workspace: Exciting new AI, security and collaboration features and enhancements - Googles AI systems will soon not only improve how you look and collaborate in Meet but also help you grasp the central point of documents, chats and meetings. The post Google Workspace: Exciting new AI, security and collaboration features and enhancements appeared first on TechRepublic. ...

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22:33 TechInvestorNews.com Google Debate Over ‘Sentient’ Bots Overshadows Deeper AI Issues (Bloomberg News/Windows IT Pro)

Bloomberg News / Windows IT ProGoogle Debate Over ‘Sentient’ Bots Overshadows Deeper AI Issues - Whats more important, researchers say, is addressing issues likewhether AI can engender real-world harm and prejudice, whether actual humans are exploited in the training of AI, and how major technology companies act as gatekeepers of the development of the tech. ...

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22:03 Phys.org Quantum electrodynamics tested 100 times more accurately than ever

Using a newly developed technique, scientists at the Max Planck Institute for Nuclear Physics (MPIK) in Heidelberg have measured the very small difference in the magnetic properties of two isotopes of highly charged neon in an ion trap with previously inaccessible accuracy. Comparison with equally extremely precise theoretical calculations of this difference allows a record-level test of quantum electrodynamics (QED). The agreement of the results is an impressive confirmation of the standard model of physics, allowing conclusions regarding the properties of nuclei and setting limits for new physics and dark matter.

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21:33 TechInvestorNews.com This Stanford researcher isnt worried about Googles sentient chatbot: A truly sentient AI could (CNBC: Top News)

CNBC: Top NewsThis Stanford researcher isnt worried about Googles sentient chatbot: A truly sentient AI could - Google recently suspended an engineer who became convinced that the companys AI-powered chatbot had achieved sentience. AI experts say thats not the case and likely wont be for decades. ...

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21:10 ScientificAmerican.Com What Are Neutrinos, and How Can We Measure Their Mass?

 The weirdest subatomic particles require enormous equipment to study -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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21:02 Phys.org All-optical switching on a nanometer scale

Ultrafast light-driven control of magnetization on the nanometer length scale is key to achieve competitive bit sizes in next generation data storage technology. Researchers at Max Born Institute in Berlin and of the large scale facility Elettra in Trieste, Italy, have successfully demonstrated the ultrafast emergence of all-optical switching by generating a nanometer scale grating by interference of two pulses in the extreme ultraviolet spectral range.

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20:53 Phys.org AI reveals scale of eelgrass vulnerability to warming, disease

A combination of ecological field methods and cutting-edge artificial intelligence has helped an interdisciplinary research group detect eelgrass wasting disease at nearly three dozen sites along a 1,700-mile stretch of the West Coast, from San Diego to southern Alaska.

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20:40 ScienceDaily.com COVID-19 on the brain: Neurological symptoms persist in majority of long-haulers

A new study describes the short- and long-term neurological symptoms of SARS-CoV-2 infection, and identifies a new group of COVID-19 long-haulers with advanced motor and cognitive symptoms.

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20:40 ScienceDaily.com Dusty disks: Images from the Gemini South telescope in Chile uncover companions to distant stars

A mosaic of dusty, swirling disks shows a sample of images captured from the International Gemini Observatory, as part of an unprecedented survey of 44 young massive stars. Researchers used Gemini South in Chile to investigate planet formation and uncovered a potential young Jupiter-mass planet, and confirmed the existence of two brown dwarfs.

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20:40 ScienceDaily.com AI reveals scale of eelgrass vulnerability to warming, disease

A combination of ecological field methods and cutting-edge artificial intelligence has helped an interdisciplinary research group detect eelgrass wasting disease at nearly three dozen sites along a 1,700-mile stretch of the West Coast, from San Diego to southern Alaska.

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20:13 Nanowerk.com New insights into binding configuration and mobility of molecules on nanoparticle surfaces

Physicists investigate binding between molecules and nanoparticles with high resolution

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19:52 Medscape.Com How DeepMind Unlocks Medicine's Secrets

Eric Topol speaks with DeepMind CEO Demis Hassabis about harnessing the potential of AI in health and medicine.

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19:43 TechInvestorNews.com What my robot mop taught me about the future of artificial intelligence (FT.com - IT)

FT.com - ITWhat my robot mop taught me about the future of artificial intelligence - As the sentience debate over Googles AI shows, we cant decide whether robots are too clever or too stupid ...

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19:40 ScienceDaily.com Preadolescents exposed to high levels of air pollution in their first years of life display changes in brain connectivity

Higher exposure to air pollution is associated with higher functional brain connectivity among several brain regions in preadolescents, while exposure to traffic noise was not, according to a study. The findings also identify the first years of life as the most sensitive period of exposure to air pollution.

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19:40 NewScientist.Com Mars looks more vivid than ever in new photos from Perseverance rover

NASA’s Perseverance Mars rover is sending back stunning images as it explores an ancient river delta in Jezero crater for signs of life

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19:23 Phys.org New insights into binding configuration and mobility of molecules on nanoparticle surfaces

How molecules bind to a surface is of central importance in chemical reactions, making the possibility of studying binding configurations in isolated nanosystems of great interest. A Freiburg research team led by Dr. Lukas Bruder and Prof. Dr. Frank Stienkemeier has now succeeded in studying the binding configurations and mobility of organic molecules on ultracold noble gas particles. In doing so, they obtained information on the different binding configurations between the molecules and the nanoparticle surface and how these configurations develop after exposure to light. To this end, phthalocyanine molecules were studied as important building blocks for optoelectronic and organic photovoltaic applications. The results were published in the journal Nature Communications.

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19:13 Phys.org Astronomers image dusty disks, uncover companions to distant stars

This mosaic of dusty, swirling disks shows a sample of images captured from the International Gemini Observatory, a Program of NSF's NOIRLab, as part of an unprecedented survey of 44 young massive stars. An international team used Gemini South in Chile to investigate planet formation and uncovered a potential young Jupiter-mass planet, and confirmed the existence of two brown dwarfs. The images will be presented in sessions today at the 240th American Astronomical Society meeting.

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19:10 ScienceDaily.com What quantum information and snowflakes have in common, and what we can do about it

Qubits, the basic building blocks of quantum computers, are as fragile as snowflakes. Now, researchers have come up with a new way of reading out the information from certain kinds of qubits without destroying them in the process, potentially paving the way for a quantum internet.

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19:03 AzoNano.com Biofunctionalized Nanosheet Strengthens Antitumor Targeting

Scientists have recently engineered a biofunctionalized graphene oxide (GO) nanoplatform, with high drug loading capacity and controllable drug release, for amplified antitumor therapy. This study has...

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18:53 AzoNano.com Gold Nanoparticles Induce Cervical Cancer Cell Apoptosis

Gold nanoparticles (GNPs) have found many applications in the biomedical field. Carboxyl-polyethylene glycol-thiol (PEG)-coated GNPs prolong their circulation and enhance cellular uptake....

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18:53 Phys.org Highly effective CRISPR-mediated gene editing technique for cultured oysters

The oysters, as the representative bivalve mollusk, are widely distributed and support major aquaculture and fishery industries worldwide. However, oysters are still at an early stage of domestication.

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18:40 ScienceDaily.com All-optical switching on a nanometer scale

Ultrafast light-driven control of magnetization on the nanometer length scale is key to achieve competitive bit sizes in next generation data storage technology. Researchers have successfully demonstrated the ultrafast emergence of all-optical switching by generating a nanometer scale grating by interference of two pulses in the extreme ultraviolet spectral range.

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17:43 AzoNano.com Carbon-Based Nanofluids Enhance Base Working Fluids

In a paper published in the open-access journal Scientific Reports, researchers prepared carbon-based nanofluids (CbNFs) by using a two-step method and determined their thermal conductivity (λ)...

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17:33 AzoNano.com Wavy Nanofiber Yarn Bends and Stretches to Track Muscle Motion

Elastic yarn-type strain sensors provide unparalleled benefits for use in wearable electronics, including fitness and health trackers, human-computer interfaces, and pliable machines....

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17:30 SingularityHub.Com A Google Software Engineer Believes an AI Has Become Sentient. If He’s Right, How Would We Know?

Google’s LaMDA software (Language Model for Dialogue Applications) is a sophisticated AI chatbot that produces text in response to user input. According to software engineer Blake Lemoine, LaMDA has achieved a long-held dream of AI developers: it has become sentient. Lemoine’s bosses at Google disagree, and have suspended him from work after he published his […]

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17:30 Aps.org Editors' Suggestions Optimal linear-optical noiseless quantum amplifiers driven by auxiliary multiphoton Fock states

Author(s): Jaromír FiurášekQuantum scissors refer to interferometric schemes that allow combined teleportation and amplification of quantum states. Here, the author demonstrates that quantum scissors without feedforward can be optimized to have higher success probability than previously shown, and that quantum scissors can themselves be outperformed by generalized interferometric couplings. [Phys. Rev. A 105, 062425] Published Wed Jun 15, 2022

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17:12 AzoRobotics.com Researchers Create AI-Enabled Surgical Robot for Renal Access in Kidney Stone Surgery

Large kidney stones can be removed using the effective, less invasive percutaneous nephrolithotomy (PCNL) technique. Renal access creation is a vital but difficult phase in PCNL that involves...

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17:03 AzoNano.com Research Shows How New Nanoparticle May Help in Treating Human Cancers

The invention of a unique nanoparticle by Wake Forest University School of Medicine researchers has shown a possible new method of treating solid cancers. Cancers of the breast, head and neck, and...

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17:02 AzoRobotics.com AI Tools Help Patients with Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer

According to the latest research, the Center for Computational Imaging and Personalized Diagnostics (CCIPD) at Case Western Reserve University and pharmaceutical companies have collaborated to create...

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16:33 TechInvestorNews.com Artificial intelligence projects grew tenfold over past year, survey says (ZDNet Latest News)

ZDNet Latest NewsArtificial intelligence projects grew tenfold over past year, survey says - At issue are talent shortages, integration challenges, and governance requirements, a recent survey of 700 IT managers and executives finds. ...

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16:33 Technology.org Engineers develop tiny robots to bring health care closer to precisely targeted drug delivery

If you’ve ever swallowed the same round tablet in hopes of curing everything from stomach cramps to headaches,

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16:13 Nanowerk.com All-optical switching on the nanometer scale

Researchers have successfully demonstrated the ultrafast emergence of all-optical switching by generating a nanometer scale grating by interference of two pulses in the extreme ultraviolet spectral range.

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16:13 Phys.org Iran says rocket launch coming after photos show preparation

Iran acknowledged Wednesday it plans two tests for its new solid-fueled rocket after satellite photos showed preparations at a desert launch pad previously used in the program, even as tensions remain high over Tehran's rapidly advancing nuclear program.

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16:04 InsideEVs.com Toyota Drops New Photos Of Award-Winning Compact Cruiser EV Study

We still don't have technical specifications or a release date, but at least we get to see more of Toyota's boxy electric off-roader.

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16:03 Technology.org Thousands of Galaxies Shine in Ultraviolet Light in New Hubble Image

A new image from NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope is brimming with distant galaxies in various shapes. Some are

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16:02 Phys.org Scientists discover rapidly growing black hole

The fastest-growing black hole of the last 9 billion years has been discovered by an international team led by astronomers at The Australian National University (ANU).

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15:53 AzoNano.com Mice Study Demonstrates the Safety of DNA Nanotechnology

Advances in nanotechnology have made it possible to fabricate structures out of DNA for use in biomedical applications like delivering drugs or creating vaccines, but new research in mice investigates...

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15:43 AzoRobotics.com Gausium and Candroid Robotics Demonstrate Leading Edge Floor Cleaning Robots at REMI ISSA Show Canada 2022

At the recent REMI ISSA Show Canada 2022 held in Toronto Canada, a squad of leading edge floor cleaning robots were demonstrated on site to industry leaders. The leading autonomous floor cleaning...

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15:33 Phys.org Researchers synthesize a nanocluster of superfluorinated gold

The SupraBioNano Lab (SBNLab)at the Politecnico di Milano's Department of Chemistry, Materials and Chemical Engineering "Giulio Natta," in partnership with the University of Bologna and the Aalto University of Helsinki (Finland) has, for the first time, synthesized a superfluorinated gold nanocluster, made up of a core of only 25 gold atoms, to which 18 branch-structured fluorinated molecules are linked. The project was recently published in Nature Communications.

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15:23 TechnologyReview.com The Download: Abortion pill access, and Europe’s ethical AI

This is today’s edition of The Download, our weekday newsletter that provides a daily dose of what’s going on in the world of technology. Where to get abortion pills and how to use them If the US Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade, the 1973 legal decision that enshrined abortion as a constitutional right, parts of the…

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15:10 NewScientist.Com Mars looks more vivid than ever in new photo from Perseverance rover

NASA’s Perseverance Mars rover is sending back stunning images as it explores an ancient river delta in Jezero crater for signs of life

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14:33 Technology.org DNA nanotech safe for medical use, new study suggests

Advances in nanotechnology have made it possible to fabricate structures out of DNA for use in biomedical applications

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13:53 AzoNano.com Japanese Researchers Create a New Polymerization Technique for Hybrid Nanomaterials

It is believed that polymers with various metal complexes in their side chains will be effective high-performance materials with a broad range of applications. However, because it is difficult to...

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11:33 TechInvestorNews.com Are robots sentient? QA with AI expert on debate over Google’s chatbot software (Taylor Soper/GeekWire)

Taylor Soper / GeekWireAre robots sentient? QA with AI expert on debate over Google’s chatbot software - The debate over a robots ability to have human-like feelings reignited over the weekend following a Washington Post report about a Google engineer who claimed that one of the companys chatbot programs was sentient. Blake Lemoine is a 7-year Google vet who works for its Responsible AI team. He engaged ...

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11:33 Technology.org Harnessing machine learning to analyze quantum material

Electrons and their behavior pose fascinating questions for quantum physicists, and recent innovations in sources, instruments, and facilities

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11:03 Technology.org AI detects autism speech patterns across different languages

A new study led by Northwestern University researchers used machine learning — a branch of artificial intelligence —

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10:32 TechInvestorNews.com Adobe apologizes for repeated outages of its Creative Cloud video collaboration service (webmaster@theregister.co.uk (Simon Sharwood)/The Register)

webmaster@theregister.co.uk (Simon Sharwood) / The RegisterAdobe apologizes for repeated outages of its Creative Cloud video collaboration service - Frame.io admits it was slow to scale as demand rose Adobe-owned cloudy video workflow outfit Frame.io has apologized and promised to do better after a series of lengthy outages to its service, which became part of Adobes flagship Creative Cloud in 2021. ...

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04:32 TechInvestorNews.com Amazon adds former Seattle Seahawks star Richard Sherman to broadcast team on Prime Video (Kurt Schlosser/GeekWire)

Kurt Schlosser / GeekWireAmazon adds former Seattle Seahawks star Richard Sherman to broadcast team on Prime Video - Richard Sherman earned a reputation as a vocal player during his celebrated NFL career. Now the former Seattle Seahawks star cornerback will be taking his talk to Amazon Prime Videos Thursday Night Football broadcast team. Sherman will handle pregame, halftime and postgame reporting duties along with Pro Football Hall of ...

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04:32 TechInvestorNews.com LaMDA and the Sentient AI Trap (Khari Johnson/Wired News)

Khari Johnson / Wired NewsLaMDA and the Sentient AI Trap - Arguments over whether Googles large language model has a soul distract from the real-world problems that plague artificial intelligence. ...

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04:12 News-Medical.Net Novel nanoparticle therapeutics shows promise to fight solid tumors

Researchers from Wake Forest University School of Medicine have discovered a possible new approach to treating solid tumors through the creation of a novel nanoparticle. Solid tumors are found in cancers such as breast, head and neck, and colon cancer.

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03:22 News-Medical.Net New research in mice investigates the safety of DNA nanotechnology

Advances in nanotechnology have made it possible to fabricate structures out of DNA for use in biomedical applications like delivering drugs or creating vaccines, but new research in mice investigates the safety of the technology.

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02:43 TechInvestorNews.com Google AI Fracas Shows How The Modern Ad-Based Press Tends To Devalue The Truth (Karl Bode/Techdirt)

Karl Bode / TechdirtGoogle AI Fracas Shows How The Modern Ad-Based Press Tends To Devalue The Truth - The Washington Post dropped what it pretended was a bit of a bombshell. In the story, Google software engineer Blake Lemoine implied that Googles Language Model for Dialogue Applications (LaMDA) system, which pulls from Googles vast data and word repositories to generate realistic, human-sounding chatbots, had become fully aware and ...

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02:24 RenewEconomy.com.au What will an Australia offshore wind farm look like? Here’s a video glimpse

Developers of one of Australia's first proposed offshore wind farm publish a 'visual simulation' of the project. The post What will an Australia offshore wind farm look like? Here’s a video glimpse appeared first on RenewEconomy.

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02:20 ScienceDaily.com Quantum computer programming basics

For would-be quantum programmers scratching their heads over how to jump into the game as quantum computers proliferate and become publicly accessible, a new beginner's guide provides a thorough introduction to quantum algorithms and their implementation on existing hardware. Deep-diving guide explains the basics, surveys major quantum algorithms and steps through implementing them on publicly available quantum computers.

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02:20 ScienceDaily.com Military cannot rely on AI for strategy or judgment, study suggests

Using artificial intelligence (AI) for warfare has been the promise of science fiction and politicians for years, but new research argues only so much can be automated and shows the value of human judgment.

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00:03 Technology.org Can Ice Cubes Replace your CPU Cooler? (Video)

The Central Processing Unit (CPU) that runs inside your computer gets really hot. Even a few watts of

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14.06.2022
23:33 Phys.org Satellite images suggest Iran preparing for rocket launch

Iran appeared to be readying for a space launch Tuesday as satellite images showed a rocket on a rural desert launch pad, just as tensions remain high over Tehran's nuclear program.

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23:20 ScienceDaily.com Scientists create nanoparticle that helps fight solid tumors

Researchers have discovered a possible new approach in treating solid tumors through the creation of a novel nanoparticle.

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22:33 TechInvestorNews.com Google debate over ‘sentient’ bots overshadows deeper artificial intelligence Issues (Bloomberg/SiliconValley.com)

Bloomberg / SiliconValley.comGoogle debate over ‘sentient’ bots overshadows deeper artificial intelligence Issues - A Google software engineer was suspended after going public with his claims of encountering sentient artificial intelligence on the companys servers spurring a debate about how and whether AI can achieve consciousness. By Davey Alba | Bloomberg The engineer, Blake Lemoine, said he believed that Googles AI chatbot was ...

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21:53 Phys.org NASA telescope to help untangle galaxy growth, dark matter makeup

NASA's Nancy Grace Roman Space Telescope will study wispy streams of stars that extend far beyond the apparent edges of many galaxies. Missions like the Hubble and James Webb space telescopes would have to patch together hundreds of small images to see these structures around nearby galaxies in full. Roman will do so in a single snapshot. Astronomers will use these observations to explore how galaxies grow and the nature of dark matter.

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21:40 NewScientist.Com Google wants to challenge AI with 200 tasks to replace the Turing test

Alan Turing first proposed a test for machine intelligence in 1950, but now researchers at Google and their partners have created a suite of 204 tests to replace it, covering subjects such as mathematics, linguistics and chess

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21:33 TechInvestorNews.com Shark IQ Robot Self-Empty XL Vacuum is 50% Off at Amazon For a Limited Time Only (Tech Times : Tech)

Tech Times : TechShark IQ Robot Self-Empty XL Vacuum is 50% Off at Amazon For a Limited Time Only - Sharks powerful robot vacuum is up for grabs at Amazon for a one-time special deal. ...

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21:33 Phys.org DNA nanotech safe for medical use, new study suggests

Advances in nanotechnology have made it possible to fabricate structures out of DNA for use in biomedical applications like delivering drugs or creating vaccines, but new research in mice investigates the safety of the technology.

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21:20 ScienceDaily.com Nanoparticle sensor can distinguish between viral and bacterial pneumonia

Many different types of bacteria and viruses can cause pneumonia, but there is no easy way to determine which microbe is causing a particular patient's illness. This uncertainty makes it harder for doctors to choose effective treatments because the antibiotics commonly used to treat bacterial pneumonia won't help patients with viral pneumonia. In addition, limiting the use of antibiotics is an important step toward curbing antibiotic resistance.

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21:20 ScienceDaily.com Calculating the 'fingerprints' of molecules with artificial intelligence

With conventional methods, it is extremely time-consuming to calculate the spectral fingerprint of larger molecules. But this is a prerequisite for correctly interpreting experimentally obtained data. Now, a team has achieved very good results in significantly less time using self-learning graphical neural networks.

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21:20 ScienceDaily.com DNA nanotech safe for medical use, new study suggests

Advances in nanotechnology have made it possible to fabricate structures out of DNA for use in biomedical applications like delivering drugs or creating vaccines, but new research in mice investigates the safety of the technology.

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21:20 ScientificAmerican.Com Tiny, Tumbling Origami Robots Could Help with Targeted Drug Delivery

The design’s origami pattern creates the flexibility needed to deliver compounds to specific areas of the body -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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21:13 Nanowerk.com Scientists create nanoparticle that helps fight solid tumors

Researchers have discovered a possible new approach in treating solid tumors through the creation of a novel nanoparticle.

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21:13 Phys.org Thousands of galaxies shine in ultraviolet light in new Hubble image

A new image from NASA's Hubble Space Telescope is brimming with distant galaxies in an assortment of shapes. Some are seen face-on and appear oval or as disks or spirals, while others are seen edge-on and look more like cigars. The new image differs from past views of the same field of galaxies in that it now includes observations made in ultraviolet light.

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20:33 TechInvestorNews.com Adobe Lightroom now lets you Photoshop your videos (TechRadar)

TechRadarAdobe Lightroom now lets you Photoshop your videos - New Adobe Lightroom update adds improved video support, AI tools. A new update for Adobe Lightroom and Lightroom Classic is giving users the power to make image edits to videos. The tool lets users adjust the image, then paste those edits across other videos and photos for consistency. It works ...

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20:20 ScienceDaily.com Researchers identify a brain circuit for addiction remission

In the United States, substance use disorders are a leading cause of death among young people. Treatments such as deep brain stimulation hold promise for helping people overcome addiction, but many questions remain about what brain areas should be targeted. Researchers are gaining new insights from patients who are no longer addicted to nicotine after experiencing a brain lesion, such as a stroke. Using a new technique known as lesion network mapping, researchers have mapped addiction remission to entire brain circuits rather than specific brain regions, pointing to new targets for treatment.

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20:13 Phys.org Harnessing machine learning to analyze quantum material

Electrons and their behavior pose fascinating questions for quantum physicists, and recent innovations in sources, instruments and facilities allow researchers to potentially access even more of the information encoded in quantum materials.

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19:53 Phys.org Controlled fabrication of multimetallic building blocks for hybrid nanomaterials

From plastics to clothes to DNA, polymers are everywhere. Polymers are highly versatile materials that are made of long chains of repeating units called monomers. Polymers containing metal complexes on their side chains have enormous potential as hybrid materials in a variety of fields. This potential only increases with the inclusion of multiple metal species into the polymers. But conventional methods of fabricating polymers with metal complexes are not appropriate for the construction of multimetallic polymers, because controlling the composition of metal species in the resulting polymer is complex.

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19:43 Phys.org Calculating the 'fingerprints' of molecules with artificial intelligence

With conventional methods, it is extremely time-consuming to calculate the spectral fingerprint of larger molecules. But this is a prerequisite for correctly interpreting experimentally obtained data. Now, a team at HZB has achieved very good results in significantly less time using self-learning graphical neural networks.

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19:33 TechInvestorNews.com Adobe wants to tackle the scourge of misleading online photos (TechRadar)

TechRadarAdobe wants to tackle the scourge of misleading online photos - Adobe initiative launches new open source content verification tools. Adobe wants developers to help in the fight against online visual misinformation with a line of open source content verification tools. Famed for its photo editor and image manipulation software, since 2019, Adobe has been attempting to assuage some of the ...

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19:33 TechInvestorNews.com Thanks, Netflix: Stranger Things 4 volume 2 image ruins cliffhanger ending (tom.power@futurenet.com (Tom Power) /TechRadar)

tom.power@futurenet.com (Tom Power) / TechRadarThanks, Netflix: Stranger Things 4 volume 2 image ruins cliffhanger ending - Netflix has released some first-look images for Stranger Things season 4 volume 2 and one of them ruins volume 1s cliffhanger ending. Full spoilers follow for Stranger Things season 4 volume 1. Youve been warned. Stranger Things season 4 volume 2 is nearly here but, in something of ...

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19:33 TechInvestorNews.com Stranger Things 4: Netflix Drops First-Look Photos From Final Two Episodes - CNET (Carrie Mihalcik/CNET News)

Carrie Mihalcik / CNET NewsStranger Things 4: Netflix Drops First-Look Photos From Final Two Episodes - CNET - The final episodes of season 4 come out on July 1. ...

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19:31 Nature.Com Origami mini-robot does gymnastics for a good cause

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19:03 Technology.org Brain differences in pain modulation in people with self-injury behavior

Researchers at Karolinska Institutet in Sweden might have found an explanation for why people with self-injury behavior generally

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18:33 TechInvestorNews.com Is This AI Sapient? Is the Wrong Question to Ask About LaMDA (Katherine Cross/Wired News)

Katherine Cross / Wired NewsIs This AI Sapient? Is the Wrong Question to Ask About LaMDA - The bigger problem is what happens when we act as if AIs are conscious, and how that could be used against us. ...

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18:30 Aps.org Editors' Suggestions Cerium Ruthenium Low-Energy Antineutrino Measurements for Safeguarding Military Naval Reactors

Author(s): Bernadette K. Cogswell and Patrick HuberMonitoring the fissile material aboard nuclear-powered submarines is notoriously difficult. Researchers may now have a way to safeguard this weapons-grade substance. [Phys. Rev. Lett. 128, 241803] Published Tue Jun 14, 2022

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18:23 AzoNano.com 3D Atomic Force Microscopy Offers Insights into Chitin Nanocrystals

Chitin is a renewable biopolymer that is abundantly available in nature. Despite its importance as a basic building block in various biological materials, its surface crystalline structure remains...

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18:03 Nanowerk.com DNA nanotech safe for medical use, new study suggests

Researchers found that while high amounts of DNA nanotechnology devices can cause a slight immune response, it isn't marked enough to be dangerous. Their findings also suggest that different shapes may be more conducive to different therapeutic applications.

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17:50 ScienceDaily.com Brain signal irregularity may provide clues to understanding epileptic process

Researchers propose a new method to differentiate signals from the epileptic focus from those recorded in other parts of the brain without the presence of an epileptic seizure. This technique may help detect epilepsy-induced features from these signals much quicker than conventional analysis techniques.

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17:50 ScienceDaily.com Controlled fabrication of multimetallic building blocks for hybrid nanomaterials

Polymers with different metal complexes in their side chains are thought to be promising high-performance materials with a wide variety of applications. However, conventional fabrication methods are not suitable for constructing such polymers because controlling their resulting metal composition is complicated. Recently, scientists have developed a method to overcome this limitation and successfully produce multimetallic copolymers, which can be used as building blocks to create future hybrid materials.

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17:50 ScienceDaily.com Automating renal access in kidney stone surgery using AI-enabled surgical robot

Percutaneous nephrolithotomy (PCNL) is an efficient surgical intervention for removing large kidney stones. However, it is a challenging procedure that requires years of training to perform. To meet the need for quick skill-building, scientists have now developed and trialed an artificial intelligence (AI)-enabled robotic device for assisting surgeons in PCNL. Its notable features include ease of use and better accuracy in creating renal access.

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17:43 AzoNano.com Nanoparticle-Based Artificial Sensory Nerve

Scientists have recently designed an artificial flexible sensory nerve capable of neural coding, tactile sensing, and performing synaptic processing functions. Interestingly, this device does not...

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17:43 AzoNano.com OCSiAl expands its graphene nanotube production capacities to Europe

OCSiAl is launching a graphene nanotube synthesis facility near Belgrade, Serbia, in the first half of 2023. The synthesis facility to become the core of the graphene nanotube industrial hub and...

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17:43 Phys.org Atomically thin semiconductors for nanophotonics

Atomically thin semiconductors such as molybdenum disulfide and tungsten disulfide are promising materials for nanoscale photonic devices. These approximately 2D semiconductors support so-called excitons, which are bound electron-hole pairs, that can align vertically along the thin plane of the materials.

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17:43 Phys.org Zinc oxide/graphene oxide nanocomposites can efficiently inhibit cadmium-induced hepatotoxicity

A research team led by Profs. Xu An and Liu Yun from the Hefei Institutes of Physical Science (HFIPS) of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) has demonstrated the effective, specific and safe detoxification effect and its related mechanism of zinc oxide/graphene oxide (ZnO/GO) nanocomposites against cadmium (Cd)-induced hepatotoxicity, with the help of 9.4 T high field magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) in the High Magnetic Field Laboratory of HFIPS.

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17:33 AzoNano.com Enhancing the Biomedical Properties of Electrospun Nanofibers

In an article published in the journal Biomedical Materials, researchers set out to produce environmentally friendly, high-performance electrospun nanofibers from poly(epsilon-caprolactone) (PCL),...

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17:33 TechInvestorNews.com Microsoft Teams AI aims to Help Unpleasant Freezes, Awkward Interactions in Video Chat (Tech Times : Tech)

Tech Times : TechMicrosoft Teams AI aims to Help Unpleasant Freezes, Awkward Interactions in Video Chat - Microsoft Teams is using AI to help in video conferencing, especially when there are interruptions. ...

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17:11 SingularityHub.Com In its Greatest Biology Feat Yet, AI Decoded the Protein Complexes That House Our DNA

AI has done it again. After solving one of the grandest mysteries in biology—predicting protein structure—it decoded how proteins link up into complexes, and dreamed up novel protein structures that may ultimately be turned into drugs to control our basic biology, health, and life. Yet when faced with enormous protein complexes, AI faltered. Until now. […]

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16:43 TechInvestorNews.com Adobe brings Integrated Video Editing to Lightroom (David Cardinal/ExtremeTech)

David Cardinal / ExtremeTechAdobe brings Integrated Video Editing to Lightroom - Adobes June 2022 Photography feature release focuses on Lightroom, especially the addition of video editing. Along with that are several other additions to Lightroom, Lightroom Classic, and Adobe Camera Raw (ACR). The post Adobe brings Integrated Video Editing to Lightroom appeared first on ExtremeTech. With the increasing popularity of drones ...

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16:43 TechInvestorNews.com Adobe Lightroom now supports video (Steve Dent/Engadget)

Steve Dent / EngadgetAdobe Lightroom now supports video - With its latest Lightroom release, Adobe has finally added a much-requested feature: video support. You can use the same editing controls for video that you use for photos and even copy and paste settings between the two. Thatll be a big boon for creators who do both video and photography ...

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16:13 AzoNano.com Study Shows How X-Ray Diffraction may Predict the Nanostructured Materials

Nanostructured materials are at the forefront of materials science due to their unique physical features. To characterize their microscopic characteristics, a variety of approaches can be used,...

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