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

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This article is part of the Global Technology Governance Summit The COVID-19 crisis is shining a Klieg light on the immense challenges of planning for the future amid extreme uncertainty. Now more than ever, leaders need tools to help them understand where they are headed beyond the near-term. Futures discussions can feel like a blizzard of …

At its core, “artificial intelligence” is a perilous belief that fails to recognize the agency of humans. A leading anxiety in both the technology and foreign policy worlds today is China’s purported edge in the artificial intelligence race. The usual narrative goes like this: Without the constraints on data collection that liberal democracies impose and with …

Artificial intelligence (AI) played a key role in developing COVID-19 vaccines. But you may not realize how many day-to-day things rely on it. From filtering out spam emails to helping trains run on time, AI is all around us. Artificial intelligence (AI) has transformed many aspects of our lives for the better. It even played …

Lockheed Martin successfully delivered Sweden’s first Patriot Advanced Capability-3 (PAC-3) Missile Segment Enhancement (MSE) interceptors in April, providing the country with the world’s most advanced air defense missile that uses Hit-to-Kill technology to defend against incoming threats. “By choosing PAC-3 MSE for missile defense, our customers around the world know they have the combat-proven technology …

Darktrace, a leading autonomous cyber security AI company, today announced it is extending its One-Click Integrations Program, with full integration capability with CrowdStrike. Darktrace customers can now feed data straight from CrowdStrike Falcon to the Darktrace Immune System, allowing host-level alerts to be analyzed by Darktrace’s self-learning AI, for autonomous threat detection and automated investigations across …

Real-world cases and expert opinions about the present and future of audio deepfakes and AI-powered fraud in particular and how to use AI to build a strong defense against malicious AI. John Dow, the CEO of an unnamed UK-based energy firm, once got a call from his boss that he wishes he’d never answered. Being confident he …

AI is taking over the video editing world—and with good reason. AI-powered tools are transforming the editing process, allowing organizations to cut time, decrease costs, and increase output. And those outcomes aren’t just nice to have. They’re becoming critical to a brand’s success, as video becomes the primary method through which customers want to hear …

The winners of this year’s Rabobank-MIT Food and Agribusiness Innovation Prize got a good indication their pitch was striking a chord when a judge offered to have his company partner with the team for an early demonstration. The offer signified demand for their solution — to say nothing of their chances of winning the pitch …

After the Perseverance rover’s landing on Mars, the world marveled at the remarkable new images from the planet’s surface. Earthlings can’t get enough of the Red Planet. And unbeknownst to most — even to some of the engineers who’ve been involved (more on that later) — NASA’s Mars 2020 Perseverance rover contains a vital piece of Intel-based …

PEGASUS, the Portable EnGineered Analytic Sensor with aUtomated Sampling, is a miniaturized waveguide-based optical sensor that can detect toxins, bacterial signatures, viral signatures, biothreats, white powders and more, from samples such as blood, water, CSF, food, and animal samples. A device from Los Alamos National Laboratory researchers is not quite the Star Trek “tricorder” medical …