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29.12.2021
16:18 AzoNano.com Modifying Nanomaterial Morphologies to Advance Li Batteries

The basics of nanomaterial morphological manipulation were explored in a paper recently published in the journal Nano Energy. Here, the impacts of topological adjustment on several...

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15:30 TechInvestorNews.com Amazon Prime Video turns to Nollywood to woo African subscribers (Carlos Mureithi/Quartz)

Carlos Mureithi / QuartzAmazon Prime Video turns to Nollywood to woo African subscribers - The American streaming service has signed a licensing agreement with Inkblot Studios, a leading Nigerian production company. With the American market becoming saturated, streaming firms are looking across the globe to gain more subscribers and increase their offerings, typically by investing in partnerships with local studios and developing local content ...

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14:51 ScientificAmerican.Com Cells Deep in Your Brain Place Time Stamps on Memories

Researchers are unlocking not just the “what” and “where” of a recollection but also the “when” -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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13:32 RoboHub.org Q&A: Cathy Wu on developing algorithms to safely integrate robots into our world

Assistant professor of civil engineering describes her career in robotics as well as challenges and promises of human-robot interactions.

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12:34 TechInvestorNews.com LG Displays OLED EX technology increases brightness, lifetime, size and image quality of its OLED T (Ron Mertens/OLED Info)

Ron Mertens / OLED InfoLG Displays OLED EX technology increases brightness, lifetime, size and image quality of its OLED T - LG Display unveiled its latest OLED TV technology, branded as OLED EX. LG says that these WOLED panels combine new deuterium compounds and personalized algorithms to improve the image quality and increase brightness by up to 30%. EX is an acronym of Evolution and eXperience. LG Display says that it ...

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09:39 AzoRobotics.com Bavard's Conversational AI Technology Now Powered by AWS for Better Partner Integrations and Scalability

Bavard, a leading conversational AI provider offering businesses a better way to support and engage customers 24/7, is excited to announce many enhancements to its platform, including now being...

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09:17 Technology.org Azure AI milestone: Microsoft KEAR surpasses human performance on CommonsenseQA benchmark

Recent large deep learning models trained with big data have made significant breakthroughs in natural language understanding; however,

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06:33 ScienceDaily.com Researchers develop structural blueprint of nanoparticles to target white blood cells responsible for acute lung inflammation

A potential new route to the diagnosis and treatment of ARDS comes from studying how neutrophils -- the white blood cells responsible for detecting and eliminating harmful particles in the body -- differentiate what materials to uptake by the material's surface structure, and favor uptake of particles that exhibit 'protein clumping,' according to new research.

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06:33 ScienceDaily.com Microglial methylation 'landscape' in human brain

Recent studies have shown variation in the gene-expression profile and phenotype of microglia across brain regions and between different age and disease states. But the molecular mechanisms that contribute to these transcriptomic changes in the human brain are not well understood. Now, a new study targets the methylation profile of microglia from human brain.

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00:32 TechInvestorNews.com Stepping Down But Not Out: Hausfeld Talks Coming Focus on Climate Change, Big Tech (Law.comChristine Schiffnerhttps://images.law.com/contrib/content/uploads/sites/398/2021/12/hausfeld_michael_85-767x633.jpgQandA/Antitrust/Global Law Firms/International - Europe/International - North America/Law.com)

Law.comChristine Schiffnerhttps://images.law.com/contrib/content/uploads/sites/398/2021/12/hausfeld_michael_85-767x633.jpgQandA/Antitrust/Global Law Firms/International - Europe/International - North America / Law.comStepping Down But Not Out: Hausfeld Talks Coming Focus on Climate Change, Big Tech - While Michael D. Hausfeld will transition into a new role starting Jan. 1, 2022, the firms founder will not fully step down but rather focus on public policy issues, including climate change and Big Tech. ...

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28.12.2021
22:36 TechInvestorNews.com Developing Your Tech or Ecommerce Brand’s Video Content With Kelby Joseph from KKO Productions (Tech Times : Tech)

Tech Times : TechDeveloping Your Tech or Ecommerce Brand’s Video Content With Kelby Joseph from KKO Productions - When a tech or e-commerce brand is ready to invest in their growth they contact Kelby Joseph and his KKO Pro team. Because of the digitization of industries, digital media is an essential component for scaling and growth. ...

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19:38 Phys.org Image: Red velvet Mars

Like a sprinkle of powdered sugar on a rich red velvet cake, this scene from the ESA/Roscosmos ExoMars Trace Gas Orbiter captures the contrasting colors of bright white water-ice against the rusty red martian soil.

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18:24 Phys.org Large helium nanodroplets splash like water upon surface collisions

While working with helium nanodroplets, scientists at the Department of Ion Physics and Applied Physics led by Fabio Zappa and Paul Scheier have come across a surprising phenomenon: When the ultracold droplets hit a hard surface, they behave like drops of water. Ions with which they were previously doped thus remain protected on impact and are not neutralized.

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18:08 SingularityHub.Com The Biggest Brain Maps Ever Created Are Pushing the Frontiers of Neuroscience

Our quest to understand the brain’s connections is a bit like aliens trying to understand Earthlings from outer space. Imagine having to track down every single person and their conversations across different continents, reconstruct noisy snippets into coherent messages, and from that data, infer the zeitgeist of the human race. That, essentially, is what neuroscientists […]

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17:02 Nanowerk.com Novel nanowires protection shell prepared for stable oxygen reduction reaction

Scientists have prepared stable face-centered tetragonal-phase platinum-based intermetallics in nano-scaled size, which can be used as a protection shell for new PtFeIr nanowires preparation for stable oxygen reduction reaction.

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13:51 Nanowerk.com Optimization of mRNA containing nanoparticles

Researchers used high neutron flux to characterize various formulations for the mRNA vaccine and thus to lay the groundwork for improving the vaccine's efficacy.

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10:21 AzoRobotics.com AI-Powered Medical Imaging Automatically Analyzes Knee X-rays for Osteoarthritis

In the United States, 23% of all adults—over 54 million people—have arthritis and x-rays are often used to diagnose these patients. With this partnership Radiobotics will provide its...

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10:08 News-Medical.Net Structural blueprint of nanoparticles developed to target neutrophils responsible for acute lung inflammation

The COVID-19 pandemic highlighted the devastating impact of acute lung inflammation (ALI), which is part of the acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) that is the dominant cause of death in COVID-19.

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09:12 Technology.org SLIP: Self-supervision meets Language-Image Pre-training

The paradigm of pre-training powerful general-purpose representations that transfer well to a variety of specific applications have enabled

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07:53 Arxiv.org Physics The incredibly strange story of Einstein's Nobel prize. (arXiv:2112.13519v1 [physics.pop-ph])

It is well-known that Einstein got the 1921 Nobel prize not for his theory of relativity, but for his theory of photoelectricity. It is not that well-known that he did not get the prize in 1921. Why not, and when did he get it?

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03:36 TechInvestorNews.com Widevine Dump: Leaked Code Downloads HD Video From Disney+, Amazon, and Netflix (Slashdot)

SlashdotWidevine Dump: Leaked Code Downloads HD Video From Disney+, Amazon, and Netflix - An anonymous reader quotes a report from TorrentFreak: A GitHub user who goes by the name Widevinedump has published several repositories that allow people to download HD video from popular streaming platforms, including Disney+, Amazon, and Netflix. The code appears to be the real deal but the free use is ...

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00:42 ScienceDaily.com 'Nano-chocolates' that store hydrogen

An innovative approach could turn nanoparticles into simple storage devices for hydrogen. The concept uses nanoparticles made of the precious metal palladium.

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00:34 TechInvestorNews.com Our most technical people are down on AI ... and thats a good thing (TechRepublic)

TechRepublicOur most technical people are down on AI ... and thats a good thing - Commentary: The IEEE crowd is skeptical about AIs most bullish claims, which turns out to be exactly what we need to push it forward. ...

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00:11 Phys.org Researchers develop structural blueprint of nanoparticles to target white blood cells responsible for lung inflammation

The COVID-19 pandemic highlighted the devastating impact of acute lung inflammation (ALI), which is part of the acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) that is the dominant cause of death in COVID-19. A potential new route to the diagnosis and treatment of ARDS comes from studying how neutrophils—the white blood cells responsible for detecting and eliminating harmful particles in the body—differentiate what materials to uptake by the material's surface structure, and favor uptake of particles that exhibit "protein clumping," according to new research from the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania. The findings are published in Nature Nanotechnology.

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27.12.2021
23:15 Phys.org Team proposes 'nano-chocolates' as a new way to store hydrogen

An innovative approach could turn nanoparticles into simple reservoirs for storing hydrogen. The highly volatile gas is considered a promising energy carrier for the future, which could provide climate-friendly fuels for airplanes, ships and trucks, for example, as well as allowing climate-friendly steel and cement production—depending on how the hydrogen gas is generated. However, storing hydrogen is costly: Either the gas has to be kept in pressurized tanks, at up to 700 bar, or it must be liquified, which means cooling it down to minus 253 degrees Celsius. Both procedures consume additional energy.

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22:05 Phys.org Researchers construct a framework to solve bound and scattering state problems in quantum mechanics education

In a study published in Physical Review-Physics Education Research, a research team led by Academician Guo Guangcan from the University of Science and Technology of China (USTC) of the Chinese Academy of Sciences has successfully constructed a theoretical framework of Activation-Construction-Execution-Reflection as well as a thinking mechanism model based on Overgeneralization to help students solve bound and scattering state problems in quantum mechanics education. 

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21:30 Phys.org Why are certain heavy metals okay to eat? (video)

Heavy metals have a reputation for being dangerous, but some are essential nutrients that you can't live without. In this week's episode of Reactions, we explore why:

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21:03 Aps.org Editors' Suggestions Van der Waals anomaly: Analog of dark energy with ultracold atoms

Author(s): Itai Y. Efrat and Ulf LeonhardtWhat has dark energy to do with van der Waals forces? Why does the stress from van der Waals forces appear to violate Maxwell’s equations? Why are ultracold atoms good candidates for testing this analog of dark energy? Find out in this paper. [Phys. Rev. B 104, 235432] Published Mon Dec 27, 2021

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19:34 TechInvestorNews.com Baidus Jidu Auto To Mass Produce Its Robot Electric Vehicles in 2023 (Slashdot)

SlashdotBaidus Jidu Auto To Mass Produce Its Robot Electric Vehicles in 2023 - Baidu Chief Executive Robin Li said Jidu Auto would start mass production of its first robot electric vehicles (EV) in 2023. From a report: Jidu, an electric vehicle venture between Chinas tech giant Baidu and Chinese automaker Geely, would make EVs that are of the autonomous Level-four, which needs no ...

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19:18 ScienceDaily.com Researchers use electron microscope to turn nanotube into tiny transistor

Researchers have used a unique tool inserted into an electron microscope to create a transistor that's 25,000 times smaller than the width of a human hair.

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19:10 Nanowerk.com Nano-chocolates that store hydrogen

An innovative approach could turn nanoparticles into simple reservoirs for storing hydrogen.

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18:53 Aps.org Editors' Suggestions Quantum amplitude-amplification operators

Author(s): Hyeokjea Kwon and Joonwoo BaeQuantum search algorithms have been shown to deliver quadratic speedups over classical ones. The authors propose a generalized form of such algorithms through the use of “quantum amplitude-amplification operators” (QAAOs), with a goal of implementing them on near-term quantum devices. They demonstrate three-qubit examples on cloud-based quantum computing services, and use their framework to distinguish between exact and fixed-point quantum search algorithms. [Phys. Rev. A 104, 062438] Published Mon Dec 27, 2021

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18:48 InsideEVs.com Genesis GV60 Performance Electric Crossover: Full Video Review

Everything you need to know about Genesis' first electric vehicle.

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18:11 Technology.org Nano-chocolates that store hydrogen

Innovative ideas for the energy carrier of the future. An innovative approach could turn nanoparticles into simple reservoirs

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18:10 TechnologyReview.com A desert robot depicts AI’s vast opportunities

When Hongzhi Gao was young, he lived with his family in Gansu, a province located in the center of northern China by the Tengger Desert. Thinking back to his childhood, he recalls the constant, steady wind of dirt outside their house, and that during most months of the year it didn’t take more than a…

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18:07 SingularityHub.Com Chasing Energy’s Holy Grail: Was 2021 Fusion Power’s Breakthrough Year?

Few technologies encapsulate the techno-utopian dream as much as fusion power, but its promise of limitless renewable energy has always remained tantalizingly out of reach. A flurry of developments in the last six months suggest that might be starting to change. The old joke is that fusion power is 30 years away, and always will […]

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13:18 Technology.org Nanotube fibers stand strong — but for how long?

Up here in the macro world, we all feel fatigue now and then. It’s the same for bundles

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12:44 Technology.org Technique Tunes Into Graphene Nanoribbons’ Electronic Potential

Ever since graphene – a thin carbon sheet just one-atom thick –was discovered more than 15 years ago,

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12:44 Technology.org Using magnets to toggle nanolasers leads to better photonics

A magnetic field can be used to switch nanolasers on and off, shows new research from Aalto University.

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10:24 Technology.org New graphene-based neural probes improve detection of epileptic brain signals

New research published today has demonstrated that tiny graphene neural probes can be used safely to greatly improve

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10:24 Technology.org Why AI needs a genome

It’s Monday morning of some week in 2050 and you’re shuffling into your kitchen drawn by the smell

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00:31 Technology.org The Danger of Artificial Intelligence is Weirder Than You Think

Artificial Intelligence holds great potential. But only if it is used correctly. Theoretically, of AI is used incorrectly,

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26.12.2021
03:37 TechInvestorNews.com New Era Begins: Construction Starts on 47-Acre Fusion Reactor Funded by Google and Bill Gates (Slashdot)

SlashdotNew Era Begins: Construction Starts on 47-Acre Fusion Reactor Funded by Google and Bill Gates - Heating plasma fuel to over 100 million degrees Celsius to create inexpensive and unlimited zero-emissions electricity has been compared to everything from a holy grail to fools gold... writes the Boston Globe, or an expensive delusion diverting scarce money and brainpower from the urgent needs of rapidly addressing climate change. ...

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25.12.2021
21:54 Technology.org Aeroponics Farming: How to Grow Potatoes Without any Soil? (Video)

Since ancient times humanity relied on having fertile lands to produce sufficient amount of food. But with modern

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24.12.2021
23:40 TechInvestorNews.com The best TV shows on Amazon Prime Video right now (Christine Persaud/Digital Trends)

Christine Persaud / Digital TrendsThe best TV shows on Amazon Prime Video right now - After sifting through hundreds of shows on Amazon Prime Video, weve chosen the best ones available for streaming, from the classics to new originals. ...

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19:40 TechInvestorNews.com 7 new movies and TV shows on Netflix, Prime Video, HBO Max and more this weekend (axel.metz@futurenet.com (Axel Metz) /TechRadar)

axel.metz@futurenet.com (Axel Metz) / TechRadar7 new movies and TV shows on Netflix, Prime Video, HBO Max and more this weekend - From eagerly-awaited sequels to star-studded dramas, theres plenty to watch this Holiday weekend. Its Christmas Eve, folks! So, while we hope youre preparing for a day of merriment and gift-giving, now is a good time to tell you about all the great movies and TV shows worth watching tomorrow evening ...

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17:25 NewScientist.Com Beatles documentary Get Back used custom AI to strip unwanted sound

Sound engineers used custom-made artificial intelligence to strip out unwanted audio from footage of the band in the studio

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17:19 AzoNano.com Switching Nanolasers On and Off with Magnetic Field Leads to Better Photonics

A magnetic field can be used to switch nanolasers on and off, shows new research from Aalto University. The physics underlying this discovery paves the way for the development of optical signals that...

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17:19 AzoNano.com Using Electron Microscope to Turn Nanotube into Tiny Transistor

An international team of researchers have used a unique tool inserted into an electron microscope to create a transistor that's 25,000 times smaller than the width of a human hair. The research,...

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17:18 RoboHub.org Holiday robot videos 2021

Happy holidays everyone! Here are some more robot videos to get you into the holiday spirit. Have a last minute holiday robot video of your own that you’d like to share? Send your submissions to daniel.carrillozapata@robohub.org

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17:18 AzoRobotics.com AI Exosphere Launches Satellite Blogger, an AI Writing Assistant

 AI empowers the average Joe. AI Exosphere announces Satellite Blogger, a trained writing assistant. To increase inclusion for AI automation, AI Exosphere has been working on the first stage of...

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16:32 TechInvestorNews.com Eliminating artificial intelligence bias is everyones job (ZDNet Latest News)

ZDNet Latest NewsEliminating artificial intelligence bias is everyones job - A call for more awareness and training behind AI deployments. Not just for developers and data scientists, bur also product managers, executives, marketing managers, and merchandisers. ...

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16:05 ScientificAmerican.Com CRISPR-edited Tomatoes Are Supposed to Help You Chill Out

The first commercial food product to use the CRISPR gene editing technique increases levels of GABA in tomatoes -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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15:22 LiveScience.com The 10 wildest things we learned about black holes in 2021

A rundown of awesome results about black holes from 2021.

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13:26 AzoNano.com New Nanoparticle Suspension Could Help Study Complex Non-Equilibrium Systems

A nanoparticle suspension could act as a simple model to investigate the formation of patterns and structures in highly complex non-equilibrium systems like cells, report scientists from Aalto...

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10:54 Nanowerk.com Researchers use electron microscope to turn carbon nanotube into tiny transistor

In this work, researchers have shown it is possible to control the electronic properties of an individual carbon nanotube.

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09:09 Technology.org Watch Those Words: Video Falsification Detection Using Word-Conditioned Facial Motion

Deepfakes can pose real threats for society, especially if targeted at people in power. Attacking the problem, researchers

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08:34 TechInvestorNews.com Edge AI solution provider Gorilla Technology to trade on Nasdaq via SPAC (DIGITIMES/DigiTimes: IT news from Asia)

DIGITIMES / DigiTimes: IT news from AsiaEdge AI solution provider Gorilla Technology to trade on Nasdaq via SPAC - Gorilla Technology Group, a leading edge analytics AI solution provider headquartered in Taiwan, will become a publicly-traded company on Nasdaq through the merger with Global SPAC Partners, a special purpose acquisition company (SPAC). ...

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07:36 TechInvestorNews.com Edge AI solution provider Gorilla Technology to trade on Nasdaq via SPAC (DIGITIMES/DigiTimes: IT news from Asia)

DIGITIMES / DigiTimes: IT news from AsiaEdge AI solution provider Gorilla Technology to trade on Nasdaq via SPAC - Gorilla Technology Group, a leading edge analytics AI solution provider headquartered in Taiwan, will become a publicly-traded company on Nasdaq through the merger with Global SPAC Partners, a special purpose acquisition company (SPAC). ...

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05:41 TechInvestorNews.com Amazons Spanish Prime Video Channel on Twitch Suspended After Host Exposed Herself On Air (Tech Times : Tech)

Tech Times : TechAmazons Spanish Prime Video Channel on Twitch Suspended After Host Exposed Herself On Air - The host did the stunt as a joke, but Twitch was quick to ban the account from the platform. ...

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05:41 TechInvestorNews.com Amazons Spanish Prime Video Channel on Twitch Suspended After Host Exposed Herself On Air (Tech Times : Tech)

Tech Times : TechAmazons Spanish Prime Video Channel on Twitch Suspended After Host Exposed Herself On Air - The host did the stunt as a joke, but Twitch was quick to ban the account from the platform. ...

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03:34 CNBC technology Tesla locks access to video games in main display while car is in motion

Tesla told the NHTSA that it's sending out a software update to keep video games from being played on the entertainment system while the car is moving.

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01:40 TechInvestorNews.com Today’s Amazon sale for ECOVACS robot vacuums is sure to sell fast (Chris Hachey/Boy Genius Report)

Chris Hachey / Boy Genius ReportToday’s Amazon sale for ECOVACS robot vacuums is sure to sell fast - Handling messes in your home can be exhausting. Having to get out the dustpan or broom and get down on your hands and knees to get a minor spill is very annoying. But if you have a bigger mess, you have to get out your vacuum and push it around ...

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00:53 NYT Technology Tesla Agrees to Stop Letting Drivers Play Video Games in Moving Cars

A federal regulator said the electric vehicle maker agreed to disable the feature after an investigation was opened.

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00:32 TechInvestorNews.com Sonys A80J OLED is the best 4K TV you can buy if you want top picture quality (scohen@insider.com (Steven Cohen)/Insider: Tech)

scohen@insider.com (Steven Cohen) / Insider: TechSonys A80J OLED is the best 4K TV you can buy if you want top picture quality - The A80J is a stunning 4K TV with infinite contrast, wide color, and Sonys unique image processing technology. Heres our full review. Prices are accurate at the time of publication. When you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more. Sony 65-inch A80J OLED 4K TV$1999.99 ...

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23.12.2021
22:13 Improbable Research Two Ig Nobel laureates discuss “Research that makes people laugh and then think”

Hokkaido University published this discussion between two of its professors. (See the original article for additional photos.) Two Ig Nobel laureates discuss “Research that makes people laugh and then think” Research News | December 23, 2021 Professor Toshiyuki Nakagaki (left), Research Institute for Electronic Science; Associate Professor Kazunori Yoshizawa (right), Research Faculty of Agriculture, Hokkaido University The Ig […]

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22:01 Phys.org Researchers use electron microscope to turn nanotube into tiny transistor

An international team of researchers have used a unique tool inserted into an electron microscope to create a transistor that's 25,000 times smaller than the width of a human hair.

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21:58 Physics.Aps.org Focus: Real-Time Error Correction for Quantum Computing

Author(s): Philip BallAn experiment shows that errors in quantum computation can be repeatedly corrected on the fly. [Physics 14, 184] Published Thu Dec 23, 2021

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20:10 ScienceDaily.com Sensor based on quantum physics could detect SARS-CoV-2 virus

Researchers found it's possible to design a sensor, based on quantum physics, that could detect the SARS-CoV-2 virus. The approach may offer faster, cheaper, and more accurate detection of Covid-19, including of new variants.

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20:00 Physics.Aps.org Synopsis: Tightening the Net on Two Kinds of Dark Matter

Author(s): Marric StephensNew dark matter results strengthen constraints on axions and WIMPs. [Physics 14, s164] Published Thu Dec 23, 2021

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19:58 Aps.org Editors' Suggestions Dark Matter Search Results from the PandaX-4T Commissioning Run

Author(s): Yue Meng et al. (PandaX-4T Collaboration)New dark matter results strengthen constraints on axions and WIMPs. [Phys. Rev. Lett. 127, 261802] Published Thu Dec 23, 2021

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19:27 Nanowerk.com Using magnets to toggle nanolasers leads to better photonics

Controlling nanolasers with magnets lays the groundwork for more robust optical signalling.

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19:02 Phys.org Using magnets to toggle nanolasers leads to better photonics

A magnetic field can be used to switch nanolasers on and off, shows new research from Aalto University. The physics underlying this discovery paves the way for the development of optical signals that cannot be disturbed by external disruptions, leading to unprecedented robustness in signal processing.

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18:57 Aps.org Editors' Suggestions Search for Invisible Axion Dark Matter in the $3.3–4.2\text{ }\text{ }μ\mathrm{eV}$ Mass Range

Author(s): C. Bartram et al. (ADMX Collaboration)New dark matter results strengthen constraints on axions and WIMPs. [Phys. Rev. Lett. 127, 261803] Published Thu Dec 23, 2021

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18:57 Aps.org Editors' Suggestions Ferroelectric nanodomains in epitaxial GeTe thin films

Author(s): Boris Croes, Fabien Cheynis, Yide Zhang, Cédric Voulot, Kokou Dodzi Dorkenoo, Salia Cherifi-Hertel, Cristian Mocuta, Michaël Texier, Thomas Cornelius, Olivier Thomas, Marie-Ingrid Richard, Pierre Müller, Stefano Curiotto, and Frédéric LeroyIn this paper the authors have grown germanium telluride thin films by molecular beam epitaxy on silicon as a proposed system for ferroelectric-based spintronics with high spin-orbit coupling. The structure of ferroelectric domains is explored in a wide range of film thickness. After elucidating the domain wall type and domain volume fraction, the stability of ferroelectric domains with respect to thermomechanical stress is discussed. [Phys. Rev. Materials 5, 124415] Published Thu Dec 23, 2021

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18:57 Aps.org Editors' Suggestions Realization of Real-Time Fault-Tolerant Quantum Error Correction

Author(s): C. Ryan-Anderson, J. G. Bohnet, K. Lee, D. Gresh, A. Hankin, J. P. Gaebler, D. Francois, A. Chernoguzov, D. Lucchetti, N. C. Brown, T. M. Gatterman, S. K. Halit, K. Gilmore, J. A. Gerber, B. Neyenhuis, D. Hayes, and R. P. StutzA new experiment demonstrates that quantum computational errors can be corrected on-the-fly in multiple rounds of checking and fixing. [Phys. Rev. X 11, 041058] Published Thu Dec 23, 2021

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18:50 AzoNano.com New Bottom-Up Batch Approach to Nanofilament 2D Materials

An article recently published in the journal Materials Today explores the potential of synthesizing titanium carbides, phosphides, nitrides, silicides and borides into two-dimensional flakes by...

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18:45 ScienceDaily.com Machine learning models quantum devices

Technologies that take advantage of novel quantum mechanical behaviors are likely to become commonplace in the near future. These may include devices that use quantum information as input and output data, which require careful verification due to inherent uncertainties. The verification is more challenging if the device is time dependent when the output depends on past inputs. For the first time, researchers using machine learning dramatically improved the efficiency of verification for time-dependent quantum devices by incorporating a certain memory effect present in these systems.

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18:37 Phys.org Five of the most exciting telescope pictures of the universe

The forthcoming launch of the James Webb Space Telescope offers unprecedented new opportunities for astronomers. It's also a timely opportunity to reflect on what previous generations of telescopes have shown us.

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18:25 Phys.org Examining recent developments in quantum chromodynamics

Created as an analogy for Quantum Electrodynamics (QED) — which describes the interactions due to the electromagnetic force carried by photons — Quantum Chromodynamics (QCD) is the theory of physics that explains the interactions mediated by the strong force — one of the four fundamental forces of nature. 

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18:13 AzoNano.com Cell Membrane Inspired Responsive Biocatalytic Nanofiltration Membranes

The latest research in the journal iScience focuses on the modification of poly(N-isopropyl acrylamide) (PNIPAM) to create temperature-responsive BNMs with navigating capability....

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18:09 ScienceDaily.com Could EKGs help doctors use AI to detect pulmonary embolisms?

Pulmonary embolisms are dangerous, lung-clogging blot clots. In a pilot study, scientists showed that artificial intelligence (AI) algorithms can detect signs of these clots in electrocardiograms (EKGs), a finding which may one day help doctors with screening.

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17:48 AzoRobotics.com The Use of AI in Breast Cancer Detection

The innovative use of predictive artificial intelligence (AI) could revolutionize how mammograms are used in hospitals and could predict potential breast cancer cases in otherwise healthy patients....

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17:37 TechInvestorNews.com What the top crypto execs predict for the industry in 2022: Regulation and a Big Tech brain drain (CNBC: Top News)

CNBC: Top NewsWhat the top crypto execs predict for the industry in 2022: Regulation and a Big Tech brain drain - Some of the cryptocurrency industrys most influential executives told CNBC about their 2022 expectations. ...

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15:49 AzoNano.com Rice Researchers Quantify the Effects of Cyclic Stress on Nanotubes

Up here in the macro world, we all feel fatigue now and then. It's the same for bundles of carbon nanotubes, no matter how perfect their individual components are. A Rice University study...

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15:49 AzoRobotics.com UTS-Developed Sensor may Revolutionize Brain-Controlled Robotics

A novel carbon-based biosensor developed at the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) is set to drive new innovations in brain-controlled robotics. Developed by Professor Francesca Iacopi and her...

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13:10 NYT Technology High Schoolers Are Posting Pictures of Each Other Sleeping, Eating, Slouching and More

Instagram accounts featuring photos of students slouching, nodding off and parking badly took off this past semester at schools around the country.

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12:43 Nanowerk.com Quantum marbles in a bowl of light

Which factors determine how fast a quantum computer can perform its calculations? Physicists have devised an elegant experiment to answer this question.

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12:29 RoboHub.org Robot reinforcement learning: safety in real-world applications

How can we make a robot learn in the real world while ensuring safety? In this work, we show how it’s possible to face this problem. The key idea to exploit domain knowledge and use the constraint definition to our advantage. Following our approach, it’s possible to implement learning robotic agents that can explore and […]

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12:18 Nanowerk.com Carbon nanotube fibers stand strong - but for how long?

Scientists calculate how carbon nanotubes and their fibers experience fatigue.

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11:07 Technology.org Machine learning models quantum devices

Technologies that take advantage of novel quantum mechanical behaviors are likely to become commonplace in the near future.

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10:55 Nanowerk.com Fabrication of flexible electronics improved using gold and water-vapor plasma

Researchers have developed a technique to improve the flexibility of ultra-thin electronics, such as those used in bendable devices or clothing. The study details the use of water vapor plasma to directly bond gold electrodes fixed onto separate ultra-thin polymer films, without needing adhesives or high temperatures.

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10:32 Technology.org A-list candidate for fault-free quantum computing delivers surprise

A Rice University-led study is forcing physicists to rethink superconductivity in uranium ditelluride, an A-list material in the

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10:20 Technology.org Nanotube fibers stand strong — but for how long?

Up here in the macro world, we all feel fatigue now and then. It’s the same for bundles

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08:59 Technology.org Measuring a quantum computer’s power just got faster and more accurate

Scientists at Sandia National Labs invent new yardstick for benchmarking performance  What does a quantum computer have in

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08:36 Technology.org With Its Single “Eye,” NASA’s DART Returns First Images from Space

Just two weeks after launching from Vandenberg Space Force Base in California, NASA’s Double Asteroid Redirection Test (DART)

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06:37 ScienceDaily.com Study finds artificial intelligence accurately detects fractures on x-rays, alert human readers

Emergency room and urgent care clinics are typically busy and patients often have to wait many hours before they can be seen, evaluated and receive treatment. Waiting for x-rays to be interpreted by radiologists can contribute to this long wait time because radiologists often read x-rays for a large number of patients. A new study has found that artificial intelligence (AI) can help physicians in interpreting x-rays after an injury and suspected fracture.

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02:31 TechInvestorNews.com Semiconductors Reach the Quantum World (Shannon Davis/Solid State Technology)

Shannon Davis / Solid State TechnologySemiconductors Reach the Quantum World - Researchers at the Paul Scherrer Institute PSI and Cornell University in New York State have identified a composite material that could integrate quantum devices into semiconductor technology, making electronic components significantly more powerful. Semiconductors Reach the Quantum World was posted by Shannon Davis on Semiconductor Digest. Quantum effects in superconductors ...

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02:29 News-Medical.Net Protein-based nanoparticle vaccines for protection against SARS-CoV-2

A recent review article discusses recent advances in protein-based nanoparticle vaccines against SARS-CoV-2.

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02:16 ScienceDaily.com Semiconductors reach the quantum world

Quantum effects in superconductors could give semiconductor technology a new twist. Researchers have identified a composite material that could integrate quantum devices into semiconductor technology, making electronic components significantly more powerful.

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