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Jan 22, 2018
Scientists have created a machine equipped with artificial intelligence system which can negotiate and maintain relationshipsThe team from Brigham Young University and Massachusetts Institute of Technology tested machine-machine, human-machine and human-human interactions
Oct 23, 2017
New receiver technology may allow low-cost broadband speeds of up to 10 GbpsThe new receiver is simpler, cheaper and smaller compared to coherent receivers - requiring just a quarter of the detectors used in conventional receivers.
Oct 04, 2017
Floods in central India have tripled since 1950, costs the country $3 billion each year, says studyViolent floods in central India have tripled since 1950, according to researchers who warned on Tuesday of worse to come while offering hope for predicting them better in future.
Mar 22, 2017
Using 'satnav' results in switching off parts of the brain making navigation skills worseScientists studying what satnavs do to the brain have found that people using them effectively switch off parts of the brain that would otherwise be utilised to simulate different routes and boost navigational skills.
Jul 26, 2016
Dolly the sheep's four clones still alive and kicking: studyDebbie, Denise, Dianna and Daisy — identical sisters of Dolly, though born 11 years later — were "in pretty good health", according to researchers.
Jul 02, 2016
Researchers have identified protein that may help fight ageingResearchers say they have identified a protein that acts as a powerful protectant against free radicals which cause cell damage and death, ageing and disease.
Jan 25, 2015
'Sensory Substitution Devices' to help the blind see via other senses: StudyUsing first-of-the-kind devices, Israeli scientists have mapped brains of the blind to solve how our brains can adapt to the rapid cultural and technological changes of the 21st century.
Oct 06, 2013
Scientists invent neutron microscope to view high-res imagesNeutron-based instruments have the ability to probe inside metal objects such as fuel cells, batteries, and engines, even when in use to learn details of their internal structure, researchers said.