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What keeps Arctic scientists awake at night?
The Four Waves of A.I.
Automation and A.I. May Take Your Job by 2025
Heart pump from a 3D printer
The Case for Giving Robots an Identity
Your genome, on demand
The rise of the robot farmer
Researchers discovered a combination of pharmaceutical drugs that not only increases healthy lifespan in the microscopic worm C. elegans, but also delays the rate of ageing in them, a finding that could someday mean longer, healthier lives for humans, as reported in Developmental Cell.
New drug combination destroys chemo-resistant blood cancer
Energy Transition to Reach ‘Point of No Return’ by 2035
Feds shut down self-driving school bus pilot in Florida
Researchers have discovered a way to grow human stem cells destined to become mature sperm in an effort to provide fertility options later in life to males who are diagnosed with cancer and undergo chemotherapy and radiation as children. The findings are published today in Nature Communications.
Never mind the cannabis hype — the real buzz is around AI
Artificial intelligence—parking a car with only 12 neurons
From Quantum Computing to a Quantum Internet—A Roadmap
Drone Show Illuminates Additive Manufacturing
A Convincing AI Rembrandt Painting
Addison Lee plans self-driving taxis by 2021
What Nate Silver's Learned About Forecasting Elections
AI’s Potential to Diagnose and Treat Mental Illness
China invests 360bn creating 13 million new jobs until 2020
120-kW Wireless Charging Proves 97% Efficient
The Rise Of The (Self-Replicating) Machines
Origami cushions protect drones from collisions
VR can enhance empathy