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11.05.2022
21:33 TechInvestorNews.com Stop talking to Google Voice Assistant like a robot with new upgrades at Google IO 2022 (John.Loeffler@futurenet.com (John Loeffler) /TechRadar)

John.Loeffler@futurenet.com (John Loeffler) / TechRadarStop talking to Google Voice Assistant like a robot with new upgrades at Google IO 2022 - Google Voice Assistant gets several new features at Google IO 2022, including Quick Phrases, Look and Talk, and more. Google is introducing new features to its Google Voice Assistant, including Look and Talk, Quick Phrases, and more. The first major feature, Look and Talk, removes the need to use the ...

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21:33 Technology.org Ghost in the Machine: Knowing Who Created a Robot Makes It Feel More Authentic

Researchers found that origin stories changed how people viewed AI agents’ work. There is Alexa sitting on the

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21:03 Phys.org Cooling speeds up electrons in bacterial nanowires

The ground beneath our feet and under the ocean floor is an electrically-charged grid, the product of bacteria "exhaling" excess electrons through tiny nanowires in an environment lacking oxygen.

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20:30 Aps.org Editors' Suggestions Simulation of Quantum Many-Body Dynamics with Tensor Processing Units: Floquet Prethermalization

Author(s): Alan Morningstar, Markus Hauru, Jackson Beall, Martin Ganahl, Adam G.M. Lewis, Vedika Khemani, and Guifre VidalA recent technological advancement powering state-of-the-art machine learning applications is repurposed to accelerate and scale classical simulations of quantum many-body dynamics. [PRX Quantum 3, 020331] Published Wed May 11, 2022

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19:53 Phys.org Online retail images reveal skin tone discrepancies

When Lee Humphreys noticed that models for a retail company—one known for its diversity—appeared lighter-skinned in still photos than in videos, she didn't think it was intentional.

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19:40 ScienceDaily.com Some shunts used after epilepsy surgery may risk brain shifting and chronic headaches

A new study associates some types of shunts used after epilepsy surgery with brains shifting toward the side of the skull.

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19:33 TechInvestorNews.com IBM says it will have thousands of quantum computers for sale by 2025 (TechRadar)

TechRadarIBM says it will have thousands of quantum computers for sale by 2025 - IBM quantum devices will have more than 4,000 qubits of computing power, CEO says. IBM CEO Arvind Krishna has said the company will have thousands of quantum computers up for sale within the next three years. Speaking to Reuters ahead of its Think conference, Krishna said that the devices that ...

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19:33 TechInvestorNews.com How Voxel’s AI Technology Could Put A Stop To Accidents At Work (David Prosser, Contributor/Forbes: Entrepreneurs)

David Prosser, Contributor / Forbes: EntrepreneursHow Voxel’s AI Technology Could Put A Stop To Accidents At Work - Voxel is announcing a $15 million Series A round that will accelerate its expansionVoxel is announcing a $15 million Series A round that will accelerate its expansion ...

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19:30 Aps.org Editors' Suggestions Quantum-Logic Gate between Two Optical Photons with an Average Efficiency above 40%

Author(s): Thomas Stolz, Hendrik Hegels, Maximilian Winter, Bianca Röhr, Ya-Fen Hsiao, Lukas Husel, Gerhard Rempe, and Stephan DürrNew schemes based on Rydberg superatoms placed in optical cavities can be used to manipulate single photons with high efficiency. [Phys. Rev. X 12, 021035] Published Wed May 11, 2022

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19:30 Aps.org Editors' Suggestions Intracavity Rydberg Superatom for Optical Quantum Engineering: Coherent Control, Single-Shot Detection, and Optical $π$ Phase Shift

Author(s): Julien Vaneecloo, Sébastien Garcia, and Alexei OurjoumtsevNew schemes based on Rydberg superatoms placed in optical cavities can be used to manipulate single photons with high efficiency. [Phys. Rev. X 12, 021034] Published Wed May 11, 2022

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19:20 ScienceDaily.com Researchers identify possible new target to treat newborns suffering from lack of oxygen or blood flow in the brain

The condition, known as hypoxic-ischemic encephalopathy (HIE), can result in severe brain damage, which is why researchers are studying the condition to evaluate how HIE is treated and develop new, more effective options.

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18:50 ScienceDaily.com Small, mini, nano: Gear units created from a few atoms

Ever smaller and more intricate -- without miniaturization, we wouldn't have the components today that are required for high-performance laptops, compact smartphones or high-resolution endoscopes. Research is now being carried out in the nanoscale on switches, rotors or motors that comprise of only a few atoms in order to build what are known as molecular machines.

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18:50 ScienceDaily.com Effects of stress on adolescent brain's 'triple network'

Stress and trauma during adolescence can lead to long-term health consequences such as psychiatric disorders, which may arise from neurodevelopmental effects on brain circuitry. A new study has used functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) to examine the effects of acute stress and 'polyvicitimization,' or repeated traumas, on three brain networks in adolescents.

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18:33 Technology.org A Flicker from the Dark of the Black Hole

Reading Between the Lines to Model Our Galaxy’s Central Black Hole. Looks can be deceiving. The light from

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18:33 Phys.org Novel supramolecular CRISPR–Cas9 carrier enables more efficient genome editing

CRISPR-Cas9 is considered a revolutionary gene editing tool, but its applications are limited by a lack of methods by which it can be safely and efficiently delivered into cells. Recently, a research team from Kumamoto University, Japan, have constructed a highly flexible CRISPR-Cas9 carrier using aminated polyrotaxane (PRX) that can not only bind with the unusual structure of Cas9 and carry it into cells, but can also protect it from intracellular degradation by endosomes.

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18:30 Nature.Com Young brain fluid improves memory in old mice

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18:30 Nature.Com Transitioning organizations to post-quantum cryptography

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18:30 Nature.Com Suppression of black-hole growth by strong outflows at redshifts 5.8–6.6

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18:22 AzoRobotics.com Scientists Believe AI Could Alter the Performance of Science and Engineering in Canada

According to a recent expert panel assessment from the Council of Canadian Academies (CCA), artificial intelligence (AI) is poised to alter how science and engineering are performed and supported in...

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18:02 Phys.org One particle on two paths: Quantum physics is right

The double-slit experiment is the most famous and probably the most important experiment in quantum physics: individual particles are shot at a wall with two openings, behind which a detector measures where the particles arrive. This shows that the particles do not move along a very specific path, as is known from classical objects, but along several paths simultaneously: Each individual particle passes through both the left and the right opening.

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17:53 AzoRobotics.com Research Employs Virtual Reality to Help Students Analyze Protein Structures

Francis Yoshimoto, an assistant professor in the Department of Chemistry at the University of Texas at San Antonio, is teaching his Biochemistry II laboratory students how to use virtual reality...

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17:42 AzoRobotics.com Scientists Develop AI Model That Predicts the Recurrence of Crohn's Disease

Investigators built a model that predicts the postoperative recurrence of Crohn's disease with high accuracy by assessing histological pictures using an artificial intelligence (AI) tool that...

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17:33 Nanowerk.com AI traffic light system could make traffic jams a distant memory

New artificial intelligence system reads live camera footage and adapts the lights to compensate. In testing, the system significantly outperformed all other methods.

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17:33 Phys.org Unusual quantum state of matter observed for the first time

It's not every day that someone comes across a new state of matter in quantum physics, the scientific field devoted to describing the behavior of atomic and subatomic particles in order to elucidate their properties.

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17:20 ScienceDaily.com Brain searches for the best way to move the body

Research that examines how the body adapts to new movements is shedding new light on how the nervous system learns, and could help to inform a wide range of applications, from customized rehabilitation and athletic training to wearable systems for healthcare.

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17:03 Technology.org Four new large-scale robots for future building construction

The Cluster of Excellence “Integrative Computational Design and Construction for Architecture” (IntCDC) at the University of Stuttgart has received four

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16:53 Phys.org Using renormalization group methods to study how the brain processes information

Past neuroscience research suggests that biological neural networks in the brain could self-organize into a critical state. In physics, a critical state is essentially a point that marks the transition between ordered and disordered phases of matter.

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16:04 SolarPowerWorldOnline.com Schneider Electric acquires AI-powered energy management company AutoGrid

AutoGrid announced that it has signed a definitive agreement to be acquired by Schneider Electric. The transaction is subject to regulatory approval and other customary closing conditions and is expected to close in Q3 2022. The acquisition will provide AutoGrid with the resources and global reach to accelerate its growth and pace of product innovation.… The post Schneider Electric acquires AI-powered energy management company AutoGrid appeared first on Solar Power World.

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15:33 TechInvestorNews.com You can now export videos 10x faster in Adobe Premiere Pro (Alex Blake/Digital Trends)

Alex Blake / Digital TrendsYou can now export videos 10x faster in Adobe Premiere Pro - Adobe Premiere Pro has just seen a major improvement, with video exports now happening up to ten times faster in certain situations, according to Adobe. ...

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15:23 AzoRobotics.com Slim.AI Announces the Availability of Docker Desktop Extension at DockerCon

Slim.AI, the Boston-based startup focused on helping developers build secure, optimized containers faster, announced the availability of the Slim.AI Docker Desktop Extension at DockerCon today. With...

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15:23 AzoRobotics.com TAG MultiMedia and CodeBaby Join Forces to Bring Conversational AI Avatars to Life for Small Businesses

A Michigan company is partnering with a technology firm from Wisconsin to help businesses learn more about being seen and heard in the new world known as the Metaverse. Based in Clawson, Mich., TAG...

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14:10 ScientificAmerican.Com God, Dark Matter and Falling Cats: A Conversation with 2022 Templeton Prize Winner Frank Wilczek

The physics Nobelist and author has not exactly found religion—but that doesn’t mean he’s stopped looking -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

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14:03 Technology.org In a Pair of Merging Supermassive Black Holes, a New Method for Measuring the Void

Columbia researchers have discovered a way of sizing up the ‘shadows’ of two supermassive black holes in the

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13:33 TechInvestorNews.com Ankers Eufy robot vacuums are up to 41 percent off at Amazon (Steve Dent/Engadget)

Steve Dent / EngadgetAnkers Eufy robot vacuums are up to 41 percent off at Amazon - Ankers Eufy brand offers some very affordable robot vacuums that just got even cheaper thanks to a sale on at Amazon. The most interesting model is the Eufy BoostIQ RoboVac 11S Max thats available for just $160, for a savings of $90 (36 percent) off the regular price. Thats very ...

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13:33 Nanowerk.com Graphdiyne functionalized by silver nanoparticles to combat the threat of antibacterial resistance

The two-dimensional carbon allotrope graphdiyne is capable of inhibiting broad-spectrum bacterial growth while exerting moderate cytotoxicity on mammalian cells. Researchers now demonstrate a high-performance bactericid with graphdiyne functionalized by silver nanoparticles. The material killed the bacteria through membrane destruction and reactive oxygen species production. These findings present an avenue to harness 2D materials to stabilize metal nanoparticles as a promising option for combating evolving bacteria.

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12:43 Technology.org Decoding a direct dialog between the gut microbiota and the brain

Gut microbiota by-products circulate in the bloodstream, regulating host physiological processes including immunity, metabolism and brain functions. Scientists

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11:13 Nanowerk.com Small, mini, nano: The world's smallest gear wheel

Researchers develop gear units from a few atoms.

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10:23 Nanowerk.com 4D composite printing can improve the wings of drones (w/video)

A new manufacturing technique could make small aircraft easier to build and more fuel efficient.

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07:03 Arxiv.org Physics Preprint: Institutional Value of a Nobel Prize. (arXiv:2205.04857v1 [physics.soc-ph])

The Nobel Prize is awarded each year to individuals who have conferred the greatest benefit to humankind in Physics, Chemistry, Medicine, Economics, Literature, and Peace, and is considered by many to be the most prestigious recognition for one's body of work. Receiving a Nobel prize confers a sense of financial independence and significant prestige, vaulting its recipients to global prominence. Apart from the prize money (approximately US$1,145,000), a Nobel laureate can expect to benefit in a number of ways, including increased success in securing grants, wider adoption and promulgation of one's theories and ideas, increased professional and academic opportunities, and, in some cases, a measure of celebrity. A Nobel laureate's affiliated institution, by extension, also greatly benefits. Because of this, many institutions seek to employ Nobel Prize winners or individuals who have a high likelihood of winning one in the future. Many of the recent discoveries and innovations recognized

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05:12 News-Medical.Net Decoy ACE2 nanoparticles block the entry of SARS-CoV-2 into cells

In a recent study posted to the bioRxiv* preprint server, researchers reported that nanoparticles could prevent severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus-2 (SARS-CoV-2) cell entry.

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04:10 NewScientist.Com A tiny graphene device could detect neutrinos from the big bang

Neutrinos from the early universe have never been detected directly but a device that uses the atom-thick material graphene might be able to change that

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02:33 TechInvestorNews.com Applying (Artificial) Intelligence To The Copyright Directive’s Stupid Idea Of Upload Filters (Mike Masnick/Techdirt)

Mike Masnick / TechdirtApplying (Artificial) Intelligence To The Copyright Directive’s Stupid Idea Of Upload Filters - Last week the European Unions top court, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU), handed down its judgment on whether upload filters should be allowed as part of the EU Copyright Directive. The answer turned out to be a rather unclear yes, but . Martin Husovec, an assistant ...

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02:20 ScienceDaily.com Computational sleuthing confirms first 3D quantum spin liquid

Computational detective work by physicists has confirmed cerium zirconium pyrochlore is a 3D quantum spin liquid, a solid material in which quantum entanglement and the geometric arrangement of atoms cause electrons to fluctuate between quantum magnetic states no matter how cold they become.

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01:52 News-Medical.Net Research offers insight into patients' views of AI in healthcare

New research from Yale Cancer Center provides a new understanding of patients' views of artificial intelligence (AI) in healthcare

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01:43 LiveScience.com James Webb telescope reaches 'perfect' alignment ahead of debut science images

The James Webb Space Telescope's four science instruments are 'perfectly aligned' and ready to begin observations this summer, NASA said in a news conference.

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01:33 TechInvestorNews.com Early Money: A newly unveiled startup is helping scientists clean up artificial intelligence data (Yahoo! Finance: Company News)

Yahoo! Finance: Company NewsEarly Money: A newly unveiled startup is helping scientists clean up artificial intelligence data - Galileo, which came out of stealth last week, has developed software that can detect and fix data errors in machine learning models, promising to save data scientists lots of time. ...

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01:02 News-Medical.Net AI model predicts postoperative recurrence of Crohn disease with high accuracy

Using an artificial intelligence (AI) tool that emulates how humans visualize and is trained to recognize and classify images, investigators constructed a model that predicts the postoperative recurrence of Crohn disease with high accuracy by evaluating histological images.

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00:52 News-Medical.Net Using virtual reality headsets to instruct UTSA students about protein structures

Francis Yoshimoto, assistant professor in the UTSA College of Sciences' Department of Chemistry, is introducing his Biochemistry II laboratory students to a new way of learning-; using virtual reality headsets to observe and analyze protein structures.

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00:33 Technology.org Why Don’t We Have Solar Powered Cars? (Video)

The sales of hybrid vehicles have already surpassed traditional cars in many countries, and the purely electrical models

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10.05.2022
22:33 TechInvestorNews.com See how NVIDIA Studio lets you leverage AI to enhance your creative workflow (TechRadar)

TechRadarSee how NVIDIA Studio lets you leverage AI to enhance your creative workflow - The NVIDIA Studio platform provides powerful tools with hardware- and AI-acceleration to speed up and enhance creative workflows. Digital artwork may flow from the creators hands, but ultimately its coming down to hardware and software to bring the creators imagination to life. With the NVIDIA Studio platform, the creative tools ...

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22:22 NYT Technology BeReal Photo-Sharing App Is the Right Kind of Boring

In its infancy, the app feels more like a game or a group activity than a full-fledged social platform. Can that feeling last?

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22:04 Phys.org Computational sleuthing confirms first 3D quantum spin liquid

Computational detective work by U.S. and German physicists has confirmed that cerium zirconium pyrochlore is a 3D quantum spin liquid.

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20:20 ScienceDaily.com Micro- and nanoplastic from the atmosphere is polluting the ocean

According to estimates, by 2040 the level of plastic pollution could reach 80 million metric tons per year. Plastic particles have now been detected in virtually all spheres of the environment, e.g. in water bodies, the soil and the air. Via ocean currents and rivers, the tiny plastic particles can even reach the Arctic, Antarctic or ocean depths. A new overview study has now shown that wind, too, can transport these particles great distances -- and much faster than water can: in the atmosphere, they can travel from their point of origin to the most remote corners of the planet in a matter of days.

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20:20 ScienceDaily.com Psychopathic individuals are more likely to have larger striatum region in the brain

Neuroscientists have established the existence of a biological difference between psychopaths and non-psychopaths.

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19:33 TechInvestorNews.com New Intel accelerators pave the way for ginormous new AI models (joel.khalili@futurenet.com (Joel Khalili) /TechRadar)

joel.khalili@futurenet.com (Joel Khalili) / TechRadarNew Intel accelerators pave the way for ginormous new AI models - Intel-owned Habana Labs unveils second-generation Gaudi accelerators. Intel has lifted the lid on a second generation of Gaudi accelerators that could reduce the time it takes to train large-scale AI models significantly. Announced at Intel Vision 2022 in Dallas, the Gaudi 2 processors are built on a 7nm process, feature ...

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19:13 AzoNano.com Automation of Microscopy Experiments to Explore Functional Properties of Materials at Nanoscale

Scientists at the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) are programming microscopes to stimulate discoveries using an intuitive algorithm, formulated at ORNL’s Center...

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19:13 Technology.org Nanomedicine targeting lymph nodes key to triple-negative breast cancer treatment

Research from the University of Michigan Rogel Cancer Center could provide a new approach to treating an aggressive form of

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18:50 ScienceDaily.com AI predicts infant age, gender based on temperament

A new study used machine learning to classify infants as either male or female at 0-24 weeks of age, 24-48 weeks of age and older than 48 weeks based off 14 temperament dimensions. Accuracy rates increased with age, ranging from a low of 38% for age group one, to 57% for age group three.

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18:31 Physics.Aps.org Parametric Amplification for Silicon Quantum Devices

Author(s): Rachel BerkowitzA new design based on the quantum capacitance of a silicon quantum dot could enable scalable, high-fidelity qubit readout. [Physics 15, s61] Published Tue May 10, 2022

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18:03 AzoNano.com Interferometric Nanoparticle Tracking Analysis Enables Nanoparticle Characterization

In the characterization of nanoparticles, researchers at the Max Planck Institute for the Science of Light (MPL) and Max-Planck-Zentrum für Physik und Medizin (MPZPM) in Erlangen have made a...

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17:43 ExtremeTech.com NASA Releases First Gorgeous Images as Webb Telescope Snaps Into Focus

James Webb Space Telescope observes the Large Magellanic Cloud. Credit: NASA/ESA/CSA/STScI NASA has released the first gorgeous, crystal-clear images from the James Webb Space Telescope. The post NASA Releases First Gorgeous Images as Webb Telescope Snaps Into Focus appeared first on ExtremeTech.

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17:30 Aps.org Editors' Suggestions Parametric Amplifiers Based on Quantum Dots

Author(s): Laurence Cochrane, Theodor Lundberg, David J. Ibberson, Lisa A. Ibberson, Louis Hutin, Benoit Bertrand, Nadia Stelmashenko, Jason W. A. Robinson, Maud Vinet, Ashwin A. Seshia, and M. Fernando Gonzalez-ZalbaA new design based on the quantum capacitance of a silicon quantum dot could enable scalable, high-fidelity qubit readout. [Phys. Rev. Lett. 128, 197701] Published Tue May 10, 2022

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16:33 AzoNano.com Mussels Inspire Enhanced Nanocrystal-Keratin Composites

Keratin composites have recently shown considerable promise in wound healing, tissue rebuilding, and packaging, replacing petrochemical-based products. A new study available in the journal...

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16:33 Technology.org Study finds nanomedicine targeting lymph nodes key to triple-negative breast cancer treatment

Research from the University of Michigan Rogel Cancer Center could provide a new approach to treating an aggressive form of

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16:13 AzoNano.com Promising New Carbon Nanotube Chip for Cancer Cell Capture and Release

Although the advancement of microfluidic technologies accelerated the assay of circulating tumor cells (CTC), the release of the captured viable cells is still a challenge....

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16:03 AzoRobotics.com AI Assisted Dynamic Risk Management Capabilities Added to GOARC’s Safety 4.0 Platform

GOARC, a digital safety and operational excellence platform that provides extensive operational risk management, connected worker and asset reliability solutions to medium- and high-risk industry...

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16:03 AzoRobotics.com InOrbit Partners with Kärcher to Bring Best-in-Class Robot Operations to Autonomous Cleaning

InOrbit, the leader in cloud-based RobOps (robot operations) at scale, today announced integration with Alfred Kärcher SE & Co., the world's leading provider of cleaning technology,...

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14:33 TechInvestorNews.com IBM CEO: AI is near a key tipping point, but generalized AI is still decades out (ZDNet Latest News)

ZDNet Latest NewsIBM CEO: AI is near a key tipping point, but generalized AI is still decades out - When it comes to generalized AI, we have no idea how this is going to happen, IBM CEO Arvind Krishna says. That isnt stopping IBM from building AI tools that are now close to necessary for businesses to stay competitive. ...

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14:33 TechInvestorNews.com IBM promises a 4,000+ qubit quantum computer by 2025: Heres what it means (ZDNet Latest News)

ZDNet Latest NewsIBM promises a 4,000+ qubit quantum computer by 2025: Heres what it means - When will quantum computing move beyond experimentation? IBM CEO Arvind Krishna gives his predictions and explains how IBM intends to deliver quantum computing services to the market ...

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14:33 TechInvestorNews.com IBM wants its quantum supercomputers running at 4,000-plus qubits by 2025 (Andrew Tarantola/Engadget)

Andrew Tarantola / EngadgetIBM wants its quantum supercomputers running at 4,000-plus qubits by 2025 - Forty years after it first began to dabble in quantum computing, IBM is ready to expand the technology out of the lab and into more practical applications like supercomputing! The company has already hit a number of development milestones since it released its previous quantum roadmap in 2020, including ...

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14:03 Technology.org Astronauts’ Brains Altered by Extended Trips to Space

Going to space changes a person. We’ve known that ever since NASA and the former Soviet Union started

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14:03 ExtremeTech.com Researchers Use AI to Design Plastic-Eating Enzyme

Shredded recycled plastic pieces on display at the Minnesota State Fair. Researchers from the University of Texas at Austin may have discovered a new way to deal with plastic waste -- an enzyme that breaks down plastics in days that would otherwise persist for centuries. The post Researchers Use AI to Design Plastic-Eating Enzyme appeared first on ExtremeTech.

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13:33 TechInvestorNews.com QD-OLED TV: Samsung, Sony Take on LG With Quantum Dot Special Sauce - CNET (Geoffrey Morrison/CNET News)

Geoffrey Morrison / CNET NewsQD-OLED TV: Samsung, Sony Take on LG With Quantum Dot Special Sauce - CNET - QD-OLED brings much-needed choice, and the promise of better color, to high-end TV shoppers. ...

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13:33 TechInvestorNews.com Apple has Won a Patent relating to Virtual Paper that will be used in Augmented and Virtual Reality (Jack Purcher/Patently Apple)

Jack Purcher / Patently AppleApple has Won a Patent relating to Virtual Paper that will be used in Augmented and Virtual Reality - Today the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office officially granted Apple a patent that relates to the future use of Virtual Paper on devices that will be able to crumple, flip, fold, bend while keeping the graphics intact in varying positions as the virtual paper changes angles and perspectives. Virtual paper ...

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13:33 Nanowerk.com Apply now for free access to nano-surface and membrane up-scaling and test facilities

The EU-funded project is offering unique pilot scale prototyping, upscaling, and testing facilities as well as route to market services and access to investors in the nano-surface and membrane materials and technology sectors across Europe.

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13:33 Technology.org Making Chemical Separation More Eco-friendly with Self-assembled Nanoscale Membranes

Chemical separation processes are essential in the manufacturing of many products from gasoline to whiskey. Such processes are

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13:02 Technology.org Lens-less Imaging Through Advanced Machine Learning for Next Generation Image Sensing Solutions

In a significant development for “lens-less” imaging, a research team from the School of Engineering, Tokyo Institute of

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11:33 Phys.org Chemistry professor utilizes virtual reality to give students unique look at proteins

Francis Yoshimoto, assistant professor in the UTSA College of Sciences' Department of Chemistry, is introducing his Biochemistry II laboratory students to a new way of learning—using virtual reality headsets to observe and analyze protein structures.

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10:33 TechInvestorNews.com Google announces Cloud TPU virtual machines for AI workloads (ZDNet Latest News)

ZDNet Latest NewsGoogle announces Cloud TPU virtual machines for AI workloads - The general availability of Cloud TPU VMs mean users no longer have to remotely access Cloud TPU. ...

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10:03 Nanowerk.com Combining 3D printing and self-assembly to fabricate the world's lightest material

Using a combination of 3D printed template and self-assembly allows the fabrication of materials with complex Lego-like models with tailorable feature size crossing a record seven orders of magnitude - from nanometers to centimeters. This allows the fabrication of graphene structures with tunable mechanical properties, from super rigid (modules one order of magnitude higher than other ultralight materials) to superelastic (able to recover from extreme 95% compression).

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08:33 TechInvestorNews.com Clearwater AI agrees to restrict sales of facial recognition technology (ZDNet Latest News)

ZDNet Latest NewsClearwater AI agrees to restrict sales of facial recognition technology - The settlement reigns in a technology criticised for threatening Americans privacy rights. ...

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04:20 ScienceDaily.com Poor eyesight unfairly mistaken for brain decline

Millions of older people with poor vision are at risk of being misdiagnosed with mild brain decline due to cognitive tests that rely on vision-dependent tasks.

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02:33 TechInvestorNews.com Court Orders Do-Over After Tech Troubles Plague Zoom Trial (Law.comAvalon Zoppohttps://images.law.com/contrib/content/uploads/sites/398/2022/01/shutterstock_1689677470-767x633.jpgNews/Civil Appeals/Court Administration/COVID-19/COVID-19/Massachusetts/Law.com)

Law.comAvalon Zoppohttps://images.law.com/contrib/content/uploads/sites/398/2022/01/shutterstock_1689677470-767x633.jpgNews/Civil Appeals/Court Administration/COVID-19/COVID-19/Massachusetts / Law.comCourt Orders Do-Over After Tech Troubles Plague Zoom Trial - An appeals court granted a re-trial after a woman missed nearly an entire day of testimony because of tech issues. ...

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02:13 Technology.org Why Does Smoke Follow You Around a Fire? (Video)

When spending time outdoors around a campfire, have you perhaps noticed one strange thing – why is it

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09.05.2022
23:33 TechInvestorNews.com iShares Robotics and Artificial Intelligence Multisector Getting Very Oversold (ETFChannel.com/ETF Channel)

ETFChannel.com / ETF ChanneliShares Robotics and Artificial Intelligence Multisector Getting Very Oversold - In trading on Monday, shares of the iShares Robotics and Artificial Intelligence Multisector ETF (IRBO) entered into oversold territory, changing hands as low as $27.25 per share. We define oversold territory using the Relative Strength Index, or RSI, which is a technical analysis indicator used to measure momentum on a ...

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23:33 Phys.org Video: Why they don't make grade B maple syrup anymore

Are you a grade B maple syrup fan? For a lot of maple syrup connoisseurs, grade B was always the go-to syrup. It's dark, caramelly, rich, complex. But unfortunately, you can't get it anymore.

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23:33 TechnologyReview.com Powering the next generation of AI

Ubiquitous computing has triggered an avalanche of data that is beyond human processing capabilities. AI technologies have emerged as the only viable way to turn this data into information. As more computing produces more data, more computing power is needed to power AI. Next generation AI will soon look to planetary-scale computing systems to further…

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21:33 Phys.org In a pair of merging supermassive black holes, a new method for measuring the void

Three years ago, the first ever image of a black hole stunned the world. A black pit of nothingness enclosed by a fiery ring of light. That iconic image of the black hole at the center of galaxy Messier 87 came into focus thanks to the Event Horizon Telescope, a global network of synchronized radio dishes acting as one giant telescope.

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21:30 Aps.org Editors' Suggestions Fast neutrino flavor instability and neutrino flavor lepton number crossings

Author(s): Taiki MorinagaIn astrophysical environments with a large number of neutrinos, such as supernovae, neutrinos exhibit nonlinear flavor oscillations due to interactions with the dense neutrino background. Characterizing the features of these flavor conversions is a difficult problem. The present paper by Taiki Morinaga makes a significant contribution by establishing rigorously the sufficient and necessary conditions under which so-called fast neutrino flavor instabilities arise. [Phys. Rev. D 105, L101301] Published Mon May 09, 2022

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21:10 ScienceDaily.com In a pair of merging supermassive black holes, a new method for measuring the void

Researchers have devised a potentially easier way of gazing into the abyss. Their imaging technique could allow astronomers to study black holes smaller than M87's, a monster with a mass of 6.5 billion suns, harbored in galaxies more distant than M87, which at 55 million light-years away, is still relatively close to our own Milky Way.

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20:43 Phys.org Webb telescope's first full color, scientific images coming in July

Get ready for a summer blockbuster.

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20:42 UniverseToday.Com Extended Trips to Space Alter the Brains of Astronauts

Going to space changes a person. We’ve known that ever since NASA and the former Soviet Union started sending people to space back in the mid-20th Century. Not only does that trip affect an astronaut’s outlook (just look what it did to William Shatner) but it changes their body. Space physicians continually study astronauts to … Continue reading "Extended Trips to Space Alter the Brains of Astronauts" The post Extended Trips to Space Alter the Brains of Astronauts appeared first on Universe Today.

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20:42 NYT Technology Clearview AI Settles Suit and Agrees to Limits on Facial Recognition Database

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20:03 TechnologyReview.com From data and AI aspirations to sustainable business outcomes

There are 3 common challenges that organizations face while transforming AI aspirations into scalable and intelligent solutions. Get an insider’s view of use case scenarios that illustrate real business and functional value through a proven framework and process toward sustainable digital transformation. About the speaker Vishal Kapoor, Vice President, Data and AI, Kyndryl Vishal Kapoor…

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19:50 ScienceDaily.com Novel approach could lead to treatment of devastating brain tumors

Findings from a seven-year research project suggests that there could be a new approach to treating one of the most common and devasting forms of brain cancer in adults -- Glioblastoma Multiforme (GBM).

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19:31 News-Medical.Net Deoxyribonucleic acid nanostructure sensor found to rapidly detect and inhibit SARS-CoV-2

Researchers reported on a three-layer designer deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) nanostructure (DDN) strategy-based sensor designed by them for rapid and accurate SARS-CoV-2 detection and inhibition.

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19:31 Physics.Aps.org Measuring a Black Hole Shadow

Author(s): George N. WongA new technique for measuring the shadows cast by a black hole binary could enable astronomers to glean details about these massive systems. [Physics 15, 68] Published Mon May 09, 2022

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19:30 Aps.org Editors' Suggestions Self-lensing flares from black hole binaries: General-relativistic ray tracing of black hole binaries

Author(s): Jordy Davelaar and Zoltán HaimanA new technique for measuring the shadows cast by a black hole binary could enable astronomers to glean details about these massive systems. [Phys. Rev. D 105, 103010] Published Mon May 09, 2022

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18:53 Nanowerk.com Multi-tasking wearable continuously monitors glucose, alcohol, and lactate (w/video)

Imagine being able to measure your blood sugar levels, know if you've had too much to drink, and track your fatigue during a workout, all in one small device worn on your skin. Engineers developed a prototype of such a wearable that continuously monitors several health stats at once.

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18:23 Nanowerk.com A new method for exploring the nano-world

Scientists present a large step forward in the characterization of nanoparticles. They used a special microscopy method based on interfereometry to outperform existing instruments. One possible application of this technique may be to identify illnesses.

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