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Stanford Researchers develop Lab-on-a-chip That Turns Blood Test Snapshots Into Continuous Movies

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Making a career change, no matter how big or small is never an easy feat. However, when you’re moving to a field that requires as much technical knowledge as data science, things can get exponentially more difficult. That’s why proper preparation is essential. But here’s the thing: no matter how well-prepared we are, there will …

‘Artificial Intelligence’ or AI has drastically improved the world around us in many different ways. However, there are still many notable concerns with regard to its overall impact on employment all over the globe. Many people have been understandably worried that AI will lead to literally millions of unemployed individuals who might be out on the …

How does the human brain decide someone is beautiful? It is something universal or subjective? This AI attempts to help give us some answers to these questions. This AI reads your brain to generate personally attractive faces. It generates images containing optimal values for personal attractive features on a human face! While we instantaneously recognize …

As humanity continues to implement new AI-solutions into many industries, the question of these projects’ usefulness and ethics is still often debated. Experts emphasize that developers of any new AI-tool must check its for goodness’, be responsible for its safety and consider its potential risk of harm. Still, the question of who should control the …

In the era of social distancing, using robots for some health care interactions is a promising way to reduce in-person contact between health care workers and sick patients. However, a key question that needs to be answered is how patients will react to a robot entering the exam room. Researchers from MIT and Brigham and …

Artificial intelligence (Al) paychecks benefit from a scarce talent and high demand. It is as per the law of supply and demand, and currently, everything related to Al is in very high demand. The salaries of Al professionals are reaching the sky height and beyond it. It is also essential to note that one Japanese …

Artificial intelligence (AI) is learning more about how to work with (and on) humans. A recent study has shown how AI can learn to identify vulnerabilities in human habits and behaviours and use them to influence human decision-making. It may seem cliched to say AI is transforming every aspect of the way we live and …

By using both human and machine-generated translations, key health phrases can be translated into local languages spoken all over the world. You might not know, but there are currently 7,117 languages spoken in the world. Not dialects, but living languages! However, much of the world’s digital media is available in only a couple dozen languages, and …

This article is part of the The Davos Agenda In Pinduoduo’s Smart Agriculture Competition, four technology teams competed with traditional farmers over four months to grow strawberries. Data analysis, intelligent sensors and greenhouse automation helped the scientists win. Fourth Industrial Revolution technologies such as AI are forecast to deliver huge productivity gains – but need the …

The way we live and, crucially, where we live, is changing fast. In 1950, 746 million people around the world lived in cities. Today, 3.9 billion do – and that figure is expected to increase by a further 2.5 billion by 2050. The world is moving from spacious, green, rural lives to condensed, concrete urban ones. Putting …