Rolls-Royce, the British luxury car and plane engine manufacturer, has announced plans to engineer a flying personal vehicle that could be released by the early 2020s. The vehicle will be able to take off and land vertically, and the company said it could be adapted to function as a flying taxi for personal or public transportation
Although Artificial Intelligence has gotten quite good at completing specific tasks, AI is still a long way off from having general intelligence, the kind of common sense that would allow it navigate the world the same way humans or even animals do. The main component of general intelligence is abstract reasoning, which is the ability ...
Are you afraid of heights? Acrophobia, the technical term for this fear is actually one of the most common phobias in the world. But now, a team of European researchers have discovered a new way to help people overcome this fear, without the need to climb up high or even talk to a therapist. The
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Phil and Anthony Butler are father and son but also business partners. The physics professor and bioengineering professor (respectively) have created a company called MARS Bioimaging, and they have now released a first-of-its-kind x-ray scanner, which has been 10 years in the making. Here’s a quick recap of how x-ray imaging works. When x-rays travel
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Developed by CMR Surgical, the robot is basically three robotic arms attached to a mobile unit approximately the size of a barstool, as per a recent report by The Guardian. A surgeon controls the bot from a control panel, guiding the arms as they perform keyhole procedures, which are surgeries performed through tiny incisions in
Volcanologists can use the shape of a particle of volcanic ash to help figure out the type of eruption that produced it. This can aid response teams in knowing how to react in the aftermath of an eruption. For instance, it might tell them how large an area to evacuate. Yet in the past, categorizing
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Amazon Prime is a service that offers shoppers faster delivery and less expensive prices in exchange for an annual subscription fee. In addition, Amazon adds a video-streaming platform and access to two million songs all for the cost of $119 USD for one year. Amazon Prime has over 100 million subscribers around the world. Recently,
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When a storm is closing in, responders require as much detail as possible. Predictions of the timing, intensity, and range of the storm could make the differences between citizen lives saved and lives lost. Fortunately, AI is here to help with those predictions. Recently, The Wall Street Journal published an article shedding light on the
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As per research published on the preprint server arXiv.org, a new artificial intelligence platform has shown the ability to give healthcare advice that is as good as a human doctor’s. British company Babylon Health is behind this new technology which functions as a mobile phone app, or website, that patients interact with through a chat
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