A pocket-sized AI that sees everything you see, learns who you are, and anticipates your needs? Meet Asteria, the future of artificial intelligence.
Soon, the machines really might be watching your every move — and, for the first time, independently making sense of …
As we enjoy the vanilla aroma emanating from perfumes, cakes, and other desserts, we would do well to remember the genius of one child from the mid-1800s.
Settle, SETI-fans: One radio spike does not a civilisation make
Using light, a team of MIT researchers were able to print 3D structures that “remember” their original shapes. Even after being stretched, twisted, and bent at extreme angles, the structures sprang back to their original forms within seconds of being heated to a certain temperature “sweet spot.”
The Gatekeeper keychain uses bluetooth 4.0 technology with an AES encryption method to automatically lock your computer when you walk away.
This 3D display shows off holograms in beautiful detail.
A First: Israeli Scientists "Have Used the Human Mind to Control Nano Robots Inside a Living Creature"
Researchers at Bar Ilan University and the Interdisciplinary Center in Herzliya, both in Israel, have developed new technology that allows tiny bots to release drugs into the body controlled by human thought alone. The test involved a man using his…
Physicists at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory revealed their plan for a next generation fusion device in a paper published in the journal Nuclear Fusion.
One of the great intellectual heroes of the 20th century was German-Jewish mathematician Emmy Noether. She was remarkable in that her accomplishments in the field of abstract algebra emerged despite…
Researchers from the University of Warsaw have employed liquid crystalline elastomers and soft robotics techniques to make a small robot caterpillar that moves according to light conditions.
By harnessing the power of plasma, engineers may be on the cusp of a revolution in aircraft design and more.
Beginning with a twitch in his fingers about six months ago, a Canadian man has successfully re-animated his paralyzed hand after undergoing a nerve transfer surgery.
N3S is an NES emulator that lets you play classic 8-bit video games on the HoloLens and it looks absolutely incredible.
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Shortly after Uber finally admitted it was developing its own self-driving vehicles, the company has revealed that its modified Volvo XC90s will start…
As the rope of a chromosomes replicates, it frays at the ends. No problem: A chromosome’s ends have extra twine so that fraying doesn’t reach into the body of the rope where the important information …
A deeper look into studies that were previously conducted by Hungarian physicists has recently uncovered evidence of a fifth fundamental force of nature. If confirmed, it could stand as an explanation for dark matter.
Libertarian Presidential candidate Gary Johnson wants humans to live a lot longer and isn’t worried about AI becoming the Terminator. Here, Futurist Zoltan Istvan gains an exclusive interview with Johnson, who is polling double digits nationally and hopes to be in the Presidential debates with Trump and Clinton in October.
Imagine an electronic newspaper that you could roll up and spill your coffee on, even as it updated itself before your eyes.
Ford says it’s going to deliver self-driving cars by 2021 – and these will ship in volume, and will also lack steering wheels, brake or gas pedals, offering..
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Scientists have just found a way to make use of plasma, the fourth state of matter, to improve bone development. Using cold fusion, researchers were able to initiate increased bone growth.
The Elon Musk-backed OpenAI project became Nvidia’s first ever customer to buy a DGX-1 “AI supercomputer in a box.” The system can deliver up to 170 teraflops of performance, which should enable the OpenAI team to significantly improve their AI research.
IBM’s TrueNorth, a so-called “cognitive chip,” remarkably resembles the human brain: its 4,096 cores combine to create about a million digital neurons and 256 m…
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Researchers have developed a liquid material that repairs torn clothes, and it it able to withstand subsequent washes in a washing machine.
FDA announced that it OK’d a genetically modified mosquito developed by Oxitec for use in a field trial in a small Florida neighborhood.
POLES APART – Scientists searching for magnetic monopoles – fundamental magnetic particles – have shown they could detect them if they are produced at the LHC.
Seagate has just announced a whopping 60 TB solid-state-drive, the largest SSD yet with that sort of capacity. Unfortunately, the SSD is only meant for business…
By: Carla M Parsons A few days ago I made an incredible across the country move, and it REALLY got me thinking even more about transportation and in particular the vehicles we currently use to transport ourselves and how absolutely NOT accommodating they are for long trips, comfort or convenience in general. Then it got me […]
The From Where To what is a new model of the evolution of speech and the first installment in a more comprehensive model of the evolution of language. For th…
Engineers at the University of California, Berkeley have created the very first dust-sized wireless sensors that may be implanted within the body. This is bringing technology closer to the day that technologies such as the Fitbit will be able to monitor internal nerves, muscles and organs all in real time. These devices do not require …
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On the horizon: wireless, batteryless implants for monitoring organs and improving prosthetics.
The National Institutes of Health is seeking public comments on a controversial topic.
Smaller than a dime and with no moving parts, MIT’s lidar-on-a-chip is exactly what cars and robots need
A class he taught prompted Rainer Weiss to dream up LIGO–now he’s a shoo-in for a Nobel Prize
List of clinics offering stem cell treatments all over the world.
Besturn B30 EV, by Tycho de Feijter The spectacular growth of the New Energy Vehicle (NEV) market in China continues; state media reports that sales were up a massive 162% to 170,000 units in the first half of the year. NEVs include pure-electric vehicles (EV) and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEV). The […]