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  • Russian killers gift bloody hammer to EU
    A sick and twisted message has been sent to the European Parliament from one of Putin‘s most notorious warlords in response to being linked with terrorism.... Read more »
  • Australia’s summer weather revealed
    With summer only a handful of days away, many are questioning how long the current rain cycle is going to stick around for.... Read more »
  • Elon Musk hit by $2 billion blow
    New research claims 50 of Twitter’s top 100 advertisers have stopped advertising on the platform after Musk’s AU$66 billion takeover.... Read more »
  • Elon Musk threatens Apple, Google
    Murmurs of a Tesla phone are nothing new in speculative tech circles, but Elon Musk’s $A66 billion takeover of Twitter might have brought it closer to reality – albeit reluctantly.... Read more »
  • Aussie basketballer ‘shadow-banned’ on Instagram
    Former Australian basketball star Andrew Bogut claims he has been unfairly shadow-banned online for sharing “false information”, despite one flagged post being sourced directly from a government website.... Read more »
  • Debating the Metaverse: Can It Live Up to Its Mega Hype?
    A lot has been made about the metaverse and its potential, but in many ways it has failed so far to live up to its hype. At the WSJ’s Tech Live conference, Phil Libin, co-founder and CEO of startups All Turtles and Mmhmm, and Herman Narula, CEO of Improbable Worlds,... Read more »
  • Splinter Cell getting surprising adaptation
    The BBC has revealed that Ubisoft’s classic hit Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell will be turned into an eight-part audio drama, and some surprisingly big names will be lending their voices to the production.... Read more »

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  • 1.8 Petabit per Second – Optical Chip Sets World Record in Data Transmission
    Chalmers (Sweden) Scientists from Chalmers University of Technology and the Technical University of Denmark (DTU) have developed an optical chip with which gigantic The post 1.8 Petabit per Second – Optical Chip Sets World Record in Data Transmission appeared first on Science News.... Read more »
  • Elon Musk Presents the Humanoid Robot “Optimus” at Tesla AI Day 2022
    Austin (USA) Elon Musk presented the humanoid robot Tesla Optimus to the public for the first time in April 2022. At the time, The post Elon Musk Presents the Humanoid Robot “Optimus” at Tesla AI Day 2022 appeared first on Science News.... Read more »
  • US Intelligence Coordinator for Airspace Affairs Surprises With UFO in Official Agency Seal
    Washington (USA) As part of the office of the director of the 18 US secret services, the “National Intelligence Manager for Aviation” (NIM-A) The post US Intelligence Coordinator for Airspace Affairs Surprises With UFO in Official Agency Seal appeared first on Science News.... Read more »
  • NASA Wants to use Small Robots to Explore Lakes and Oceans on Other Planets and Moons
    Washington DC (USA) NASA wants to use compact floating robots to explore lakes and oceans on other planets and moons. Missions with the The post NASA Wants to use Small Robots to Explore Lakes and Oceans on Other Planets and Moons appeared first on Science News.... Read more »
  • Sustainable Batteries Made From Lobster and Crab Shells
    College Park (USA) The need for batteries will increase significantly in the coming years due to electric cars and other technologies. Science is The post Sustainable Batteries Made From Lobster and Crab Shells appeared first on Science News.... Read more »
  • Infrared Laser can Transmit Electricity Wirelessly Over 30 Meters
    Seoul (South Korea) Inductive charging systems for smartphones, smartwatches and other devices have enabled charging without a charging cable for several years. So The post Infrared Laser can Transmit Electricity Wirelessly Over 30 Meters appeared first on Science News.... Read more »
  • Artificial Synapses Used in new AI Tech – Analog Deep Learning – Significantly Outperform Synapses in the Human Brain
    Cambridge (USA) With analog deep learning (ADL), scientists at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have established a new research area within artificial The post Artificial Synapses Used in new AI Tech – Analog Deep Learning – Significantly Outperform Synapses in the Human Brain appeared first on Science News.... Read more »

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  • Artemis 1 now in record-breaking lunar orbit
    Mission Control at NASA's Johnson Space Center has confirmed that the uncrewed Artemis 1 mission has achieved lunar orbit. After an orbital maneuvering engine burn lasting 88 seconds, the spacecraft entered a distant retrograde orbit that is so large it will carry the Orion spacecraft beyond the Lagrange 2 point... Read more »
  • Royal Navy's first Type 26 frigate is launched – very, very slowly
    The first of the Royal Navy's Type 26 City Class frigates, HMS Glasgow, has begun a very slow launch at BAE Systems' Govan shipyard in Scotland. Rather than sliding into the water with a dramatic splash, the 6,000-tonne warship will be shifted through a complex series of maneuvers onto a... Read more »
  • Daymak's Combat Ebike can be converted from motorbike to snowbike
    So, you want an off-road electric motorbike, but you also kind of like the idea of those new-fangled snowbikes? Well, with Daymak's new Combat Ebike you don't have to choose, as it can be converted from the one to the other in about an hour.Continue ReadingCategory: Outdoors, LifestyleTags: Snowbikes, Electric... Read more »
  • Experimental "smart" bandage speeds healing by zapping chronic wounds
    Chronic wounds such as diabetic skin ulcers can be very slow to heal, potentially leading to amputations or sometimes even death. A new bandage could speed their healing by delivering electrical stimulation, but only as needed.Continue ReadingCategory: Medical, ScienceTags: Stanford University, Wound, Healing, Smart bandage... Read more »
  • Ketchup bottles inspire new method of moving soft-bodied robots
    Plastic ketchup bottles have a valve in the lid that opens to let ketchup out, and that sometimes "sputters" if the bottle is squeezed too hard. Dutch scientists have copied that mechanism to create an actuator that could be used in autonomous soft robotic devices.Continue ReadingCategory: Robotics, TechnologyTags: Technical University... Read more »
  • Pixelated mixed-use tower twists as it tapers from ground to sky
    We're spoiled for choice when it comes to remarkable Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG)-designed skyscrapers at the moment. Alongside its Vancouver House tower, the firm has officially revealed the energy efficient Telus Sky Tower, which stands out in an area crowded with rectangular towers thanks to its unusual eye-catching form.Continue ReadingCategory:... Read more »
  • Orbea goes Wild for latest Bosch-powered enduro ebike
    Spain's Orbea has hit the trails with a new series of enduro ebikes for 2023. The Wild models are powered by Bosch, have been tuned for optimum performance and are "all about maximum fun on the craziest climbs and wildest descents."Continue ReadingCategory: Bicycles, TransportTags: ebikes, Off-road, Mountain Bikes... Read more »

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  • Building a 900-pixel imaging sensor using an atomically thin material
    A team of researchers at Penn State University has developed a 900-pixel imaging sensor using an atomically thin material. In their paper published in the journal Nature Materials, the group describes how they built their new sensor and possible uses for it.... Read more »
  • Star Wars to science: Researchers harvest water from air to address shortages
    In "Star Wars," Luke Skywalker grows up on the hot desert planet Tatooine. His family owns a moisture farm that uses devices called "vaporators" to pull drinking water from the air.... Read more »
  • US FCC bans sales, import of Chinese tech from Huawei, ZTE
    The U.S. is banning the sale of communications equipment made by Chinese companies Huawei and ZTE and restricting the use of some China-made video surveillance systems, citing an "unacceptable risk" to national security.... Read more »
  • Meta calls for UK govt rethink over plans to scrap EU laws
    Facebook owner Meta is urging UK lawmakers considering legislation to scrap all retained European Union laws by 2024 to maintain some e-commerce rules to keep Britain globally competitive.... Read more »
  • As job cuts roil Silicon Valley, workers confront post-boom reality
    When Ryan Stevens joined Meta Platforms Inc. as a product operations manager for WhatsApp in August of 2021, he was enticed by the opportunity to help shape a messaging app used daily by 2 billion people.... Read more »
  • Black Friday online shopping: How to up your cybersecurity game and protect your identity
    Online shopping is more popular than ever, with global e-commerce sales expected to hit $5.5 trillion in 2022, according to eMarketer.... Read more »
  • Investigating whether biodiesel is truly a viable alternative
    Is biodiesel truly a viable and sustainable alternative to diesel fuels derived from fossil fuels? Writing in the International Journal of Design Engineering, a team from India investigates and comes to the conclusion that the nature of biodiesel as renewable, biodegradable, and non-toxic does indeed make it a good alternative... Read more »

THE MEDICAL FUTURIST

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    The Medical Futurist

  • Gene Pathway Analysis In Action – 3×4 DNA Test Review
    I tried the pathway analysis DNA test by 3x4 Genetics. This method offers a lot if you are looking for results you can actually use in health/disease management. The post Gene Pathway Analysis In Action – 3×4 DNA Test Review appeared first on The Medical Futurist.... Read more »
  • Where Does Diabetes Technology Stand In 2022?
    Diabetes management went through a radical transformation in the last years due to technology: the diabetes patient community found a strong voice online, continuous glucose monitors are taking the place of finger pricks, digital patches and insulin pumps make the dosage of insulin more predictable, and connected devices promise the... Read more »
  • Technologies Shaping The Future Of Pharma e-Book
    It is obvious that digital health is poised to bring its disruptive force across the healthcare landscape, and the pharmaceutical industry isn’t immune to the upcoming changes. The post Technologies Shaping The Future Of Pharma e-Book appeared first on The Medical Futurist.... Read more »
  • Danger Alert: AI Is Writing Content, But It’s Lying – Let Us Show You How
    Before you quickly lay off all your writers, let me show through a few examples of why trusting AI with content is dangerous as of now. TLDR spoiler: it is lying. We tested AI text generators with some medical content, and the result is worrysome. The post Danger Alert: AI... Read more »
  • Video11×1 Minutes To Catch Up With The Most Important Digital Health Concepts
    Every now and then I do a “One Minute Challenge” video, with the goal of explaining digital health-related concepts in just one minute. The post 11×1 Minutes To Catch Up With The Most Important Digital Health Concepts appeared first on The Medical Futurist.... Read more »
  • VideoGlobal Digital Health 100 – The Medical Futurist’s Top Choices in 2022
    Here is the 2022 list of the Top 100 Digital Health Companies by The Medical Futurist. We have 9 newcomers this year. The post Global Digital Health 100 – The Medical Futurist’s Top Choices in 2022 appeared first on The Medical Futurist.... Read more »
  • VideoWhat Do Digital Biomarkers Mean?
    The spread of wearable digital technologies in healthcare generating big data entailed the appearance of a new type of medical information. They produce actionable insights into the biological state of individuals, just as “general” biomarkers, but are collected through digital tools. The post What Do Digital Biomarkers Mean? appeared first... Read more »

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MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW

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    MIT Technology Review

  • The Download: AI conquers Minecraft, and babies after death
    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. A bot that watched 70,000 hours of Minecraft could unlock AI’s next big thing The news: An AI that binged on 70,000 hours of people playing Minecraft has... Read more »
  • A bot that watched 70,000 hours of Minecraft could unlock AI’s next big thing
    OpenAI has built the best Minecraft-playing bot yet by making it watch 70,000 hours of video of people playing the popular computer game. It showcases a powerful new technique that could be used to train machines to carry out a wide range of tasks by binging on sites like YouTube,... Read more »
  • We can now use cells from dead people to create new life. But who gets to decide?
    This article is from The Checkup, MIT Technology Review’s weekly biotech newsletter. To receive it in your inbox every Thursday, sign up here. Peter Zhu was just 19 years old when he died following a skiing accident in West Point, New York. His donor card made clear he had wanted... Read more »
  • The Download: climate responsibility, and AI training data shortages
    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. The US and China are pointing fingers at each other over climate change The UN climate conference wrapped up over the weekend after marathon negotiations that ran way over.... Read more »
  • The US and China are pointing fingers at each other over climate change
    The UN climate conference just wrapped up over the weekend after a marathon negotiating session that stretched talks nearly 48 hours past their scheduled conclusion. (A question for my editor: the UN isn’t hitting deadlines, so do I still have to?) The most notable outcome from the conference was establishment... Read more »
  • We could run out of data to train AI language programs 
    Large language models are one of the hottest areas of AI research right now, with companies racing to release programs like GPT-3 that can write impressively coherent articles and even computer code. But there’s a problem looming on the horizon, according to a team of AI forecasters: we might run... Read more »
  • VideoThe Download: Meta’s diplomatic AI, and China’s online comment censorship
    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. Meta’s game-playing AI can make and break alliances like a human Meta has created an AI that can beat humans at an online version of Diplomacy, a popular... Read more »

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