AI enabled soft robotic implant monitors scar tissue to self-adapt for personalized drug treatment

Research teams at University of Galway and Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have detailed a breakthrough in medical device technology that could lead to intelligent, long-lasting, tailored treatment for patients thanks to soft robotics and artificial intelligence. The transatlantic partnership has created a smart implantable device that can administer a drug — while also sensing […]

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A simpler way to connect quantum computers

Researchers have a new way to connect quantum devices over long distances, a necessary step toward allowing the technology to play a role in future communications systems. While today’s classical data signals can get amplified across a city or an ocean, quantum signals cannot. They must be repeated in intervals — that is, stopped, copied […]

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Unveiling global warming’s impact on daily precipitation with deep learning

A collaborative international research team led by Professor Yoo-Geun Ham from Chonnam National University and Professor Seung-Ki Min from Pohang University of Science and Technology (POSTECH) has made a discovery on the impact of global warming on global daily precipitation. Using a deep learning approach, they have unveiled a significant change in the characteristics of […]

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iOS 16 Cheat Sheet: Complete Guide for 2023

On Sept. 12, 2022, Apple released iOS 16, unveiled during Apple’s WWDC keynote on June 6, 2022. Apple’s primary focus areas for this release of iOS were new intelligence features, communication features and sharing features that also incorporate privacy. Many of these features can be used in both business and non-business environments. Let’s take a […]

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Surpassing the human eye: Machine learning image analysis rapidly determines chemical mixture composition

Machine learning model provides quick method for determining the composition of solid chemical mixtures using only photographs of the sample. Have you ever accidentally ruined a recipe in the kitchen by adding salt instead of sugar? Due to their similar appearance, it’s an easy mistake to make. Similarly, checking with the naked eye is also […]

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People hold smart AI assistants responsible for outcomes

Even when humans see AI-based assistants purely as tools, they ascribe partial responsibility for decisions to them, as a new study shows. Future AI-based systems may navigate autonomous vehicles through traffic with no human input. Research has shown that people judge such futuristic AI systems to be just as responsible as humans when they make […]

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New ‘droplet battery’ could pave the way for miniature bio-integrated devices

University of Oxford researchers have made a significant step towards realising miniature bio-integrated devices, capable of directly stimulating cells. The work has been published today in the journal Nature. Small bio-integrated devices that can interact with and stimulate cells could have important therapeutic applications, including the delivery of targeted drug therapies and the acceleration of […]

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Paving the way for advanced quantum sensors

Quantum physics has allowed for the creation of sensors far surpassing the precision of classical devices. Now, several studies in Nature show that the precision of these quantum sensors can be significantly improved using entanglement produced by finite-range interactions. Innsbruck researchers led by Christian Roos were able to demonstrate this enhancement using entangled ion-chains with […]

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