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NASA's TESS sends back first images from its hunt for Earth-like planets
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NASA's TESS sends back first images from its hunt for Earth-like planets

This image captures a wealth of stars and other objects, including systems known to have exoplanets.

MIT develops system called 'Dense Object Nets' that teaches robots how to see
science

MIT develops system called 'Dense Object Nets' that teaches robots how to see

It lets robots inspect random objects, and visually understand them enough to accomplish tasks.

Facebook and Twitter pledge to defend against foreign intrusion in US Senate Intelligence Committee hearing; Jack Dorsey says he's scrubbing '200% more accounts'
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Facebook and Twitter pledge to defend against foreign intrusion in US Senate Intelligence Committee hearing; Jack Dorsey says he's scrubbing '200% more accounts'

Facebook and Twitter executives pledged on Wednesday to better protect their social media platforms in the 2018 elections and beyond, and told Congress of aggressive efforts to root out foreign intrusions aimed at sowing divisions in American democracy.

MIT researchers break water-air barrier so submarines can talk to airplanes
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MIT researchers break water-air barrier so submarines can talk to airplanes

It's been impossible to communicate directly between the two mediums, water and air, until now.

MIT researchers develop AI model to make brain cancer treatment less toxic
science

MIT researchers develop AI model to make brain cancer treatment less toxic

The findings will be presented at the 2018 Machine Learning for Healthcare conference at Stanford University in California, US.

Quadrillion tons of diamond is buried 145 to 240 kilometers below earth's surface
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Quadrillion tons of diamond is buried 145 to 240 kilometers below earth's surface

Diamonds are made from carbon, and are formed under high-pressure and extreme temperatures.

BCECEB begins registration for PGEAC 2018 at official website; register at bceceboard.bihar.gov.in
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BCECEB begins registration for PGEAC 2018 at official website; register at bceceboard.bihar.gov.in

BCECEB has begun the application process for Post Graduate Engineering Admission Counselling (PGEAC) 2018. The students can register on their official website of BCECEB, bceceboard.bihar.gov.in.

Google Doodle marks the birthday of Georges Lemaitre, founder of Big Bang theory
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Google Doodle marks the birthday of Georges Lemaitre, founder of Big Bang theory

Lemaitre had accurately estimated a numerical value which was later known as the Hubble Constant.

NVIDIA researchers have trained an AI to remove noise and text from images
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NVIDIA researchers have trained an AI to remove noise and text from images

NVIDIA's AI will be presented at the International Conference on Machine Learning in Stockholm.

MIT's Cheetah 3 robot can jump, climb and recover balance without a pair of eyes
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MIT's Cheetah 3 robot can jump, climb and recover balance without a pair of eyes

The Cheetah 3 nimbly "feels" its way through its surroundings using two new algorithms.

Scientists discover nearly 80 new planetary candidates using K2 data
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Scientists discover nearly 80 new planetary candidates using K2 data

The discovery was based on the analaysis of data from K2's 16th and 17th observing campaigns.

MIT professor Sriprakash Kothari to chair World Hindu Congress in Chicago; Dalai Lama, Richard Gere among speakers
India

MIT professor Sriprakash Kothari to chair World Hindu Congress in Chicago; Dalai Lama, Richard Gere among speakers

Over 2,000 delegates are expected to attend the World Hindu Congress to be addressed by speakers, including Dalai Lama, Richard Gere and Mohan Bhagwat.

Sheryl Sandberg uses Facebook's woes as lesson for MIT grads; says 'we didn't see all the risks and didn't do enough to stop them'
World

Sheryl Sandberg uses Facebook's woes as lesson for MIT grads; says 'we didn't see all the risks and didn't do enough to stop them'

Facebook executive Sheryl Sandberg didn't shy away from her company's ongoing privacy scandal in a Friday commencement speech at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Instead, she turned it into a lesson about accountability.

The world's first psychopath AI proves that an unbiased data set is critical for training AI algorithims
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The world's first psychopath AI proves that an unbiased data set is critical for training AI algorithims

Norman is an psychopath AI that is trained to perform image captioning; a popular deep learning method of generating a textual description of an image.

Scientists have found a way to wirelessly charge devices implanted within the human body
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Scientists have found a way to wirelessly charge devices implanted within the human body

The radio frequency waves were tested on animals, it showed that the waves could power devices located 10 cm deep in tissue, from a distance of 1 meter.

After Facebook, Microsoft is also building a tool to spot bias in a range of different AI algorithms
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After Facebook, Microsoft is also building a tool to spot bias in a range of different AI algorithms

Microsoft's tool has the potential to help businesses make use of Artificial Intelligence without inadvertently discriminating against certain groups

Justin Trudeau to play marketer-in-chief for Canada's tech ambitions at MIT campus huddle on innovation
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Justin Trudeau to play marketer-in-chief for Canada's tech ambitions at MIT campus huddle on innovation

Canadian computer scientists helped pioneer the field of artificial intelligence before it was a buzzword, and now Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is hoping to capitalize on their intellectual lead.

MIT Researchers develop a device that lets you 'talk' to your computer, only by detecting your neuromuscular signals
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MIT Researchers develop a device that lets you 'talk' to your computer, only by detecting your neuromuscular signals

The MIT Media Lab graduate Arnav Kapur who lead the development said "The motivation for this was to build an IA device — an intelligence-augmentation device."

Can true news stories outperform lies on Twitter? MIT study reveals stunning insights
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Can true news stories outperform lies on Twitter? MIT study reveals stunning insights

After studying 126,000 “contested” stories tweeted by ~3 million people more than 4.5 million times, three scholars from the prestigious Media Lab at Massachusetts Institute of Technology have placed before the world a stunning piece of research to read and learn from - recently published in Science magazine. That lies travel faster, deeper and father than the truth on Twitter is the grim conclusion the study comes to. Buried deep within the text and graphs are mirrors to society’s rough edges when online is a lived space.