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Chinese tourist town uses face recognition as an entry pass Chinese tourist town uses face recognition as an entry pass

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Dutch police use augmented reality to investigate crime scenes Dutch police use augmented reality to investigate crime scenes

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Projected sprite makes Shakespeare’s The Tempest a messy triumph Projected sprite makes Shakespeare’s The Tempest a messy triumph

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The world in 2076: Human-made life forms walk the earth The world in 2076: Human-made life forms walk the earth

Life emerged on Earth practically when the planet had cooled enough to be tenable – and to the extent we know, it has never emerged aga...

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Is new talk of interstellar drive too good to be true? Is new talk of interstellar drive too good to be true?

From Earth, light takes four years to achieve Proxima Centauri, the closest star to our sun, and a great many years to cross the void t...

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Google’s DeepMind agrees new deal to share NHS patient data Google’s DeepMind agrees new deal to share NHS patient data

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AI pilot helps US air force with tactics in simulated operations AI pilot helps US air force with tactics in simulated operations

Would you believe a computerized reasoning to fly an equipped battle fly? Programming called ALPHA is being utilized to fly uncrewed st...

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The shape of post-Brexit science is becoming clearer The shape of post-Brexit science is becoming clearer

"LET'S see the fine print and the specific circumstance… if it's not composed in favor of a transport I don't trust it...

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Brain stimulation guides people through an invisible maze Brain stimulation guides people through an invisible maze

You're stuck in a labyrinth. You can't see the dividers, or the floor. You should simply navigate a gadget on your head empowe...

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Bacteria taught to bond carbon and silicon for the first time Bacteria taught to bond carbon and silicon for the first time

Proteins take care of issues. By controlling advancement along, researchers have made a protein that can bond carbon to silicon. This a...

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Reality-bending art show reveals how easily we are manipulated Reality-bending art show reveals how easily we are manipulated

As indicated by the's presentation, "Lala lands investigates the routes in which craftsmen have utilized the moving picture to...

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New UK surveillance law may see mass data shared with Trump’s US New UK surveillance law may see mass data shared with Trump’s US

In the shadow of tyrant populist Donald Trump's race triumph in the US, legislators in Brexit Britain have unobtrusively passed the...

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Speech synthesiser translates mouth movements into robot speech Speech synthesiser translates mouth movements into robot speech

Vocoders just got a genuine update. Another discourse synthesizer can make an interpretation of mouth developments specifically into un...

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Intelligence rethought: AIso know us, but don’t think like us Intelligence rethought: AIso know us, but don’t think like us

Could a human-made animal ever astonish its maker, taking activities of its own? This question has been requested hundreds of years, fr...

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AI learns to predict the future by watching 2 million videos AI learns to predict the future by watching 2 million videos

AN ARTIFICIAL knowledge framework can foresee how a scene will unfurl and cook up a dream of the prompt future.

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Brexit puts Europe’s nuclear fusion future in doubt Brexit puts Europe’s nuclear fusion future in doubt

Brexit puts the eventual fate of the world's biggest atomic combination reactor, situated in Oxfordshire, in uncertainty. By leavin...

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Seismic sensing app detects 200 earthquakes in first six months Seismic sensing app detects 200 earthquakes in first six months

An application called MyShake is altering seismic tremor location. The application transforms anybody's telephone into a seismology...

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