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Digitise your dog into a computer game

The software could be used for a wide range of purposes, from helping vets diagnose lameness and monitoring recovery of their canine patients, to...

The first intuitive programming language for quantum computers

Several technical advances have been achieved recently in the pursuit of powerful quantum computers. Now, Computer scientists from ETH Zurich have made an important...

Artificial brains may need sleep too

No one can say whether androids will dream of electric sheep, but they will almost certainly need periods of rest that offer benefits similar...

NASA’s Cold Atom Lab Takes One Giant Leap for Quantum Science

This month marks 25 years since scientists first produced a fifth state of matter, which has extraordinary properties totally unlike solids, liquids, gases and...

Engineers put tens of thousands of artificial brain synapses on a...

MIT engineers have designed a “brain-on-a-chip,” smaller than a piece of confetti, that is made from tens of thousands of artificial brain synapses known...

“One-Way” Electronic Devices Enter the Mainstream

New York, NY—May 21, 2020—Waves, whether they are light waves, sound waves, or any other kind, travel in the same manner in forward and...

A kind of creativity test to see how far AI can...

Most firetrucks come in red, but it’s not hard to picture one in blue. Computers aren’t nearly as creative. Their understanding of the world is...

Researchers used machine learning to find entirely new algorithms for encoding...

Driven by an innate curiosity, children pick up new skills as they explore the world and learn from their experience. Computers, by contrast, often...

This new opportunite makes try to pin down the boundary between...

The quantum world blatantly defies intuitions that we’ve developed while living among relatively large things, like cars, pennies and dust motes. In the quantum...

Researchers discover ferroelectricity at the atomic scale

As electronic devices become progressively smaller, the technology that powers them needs to get smaller and thinner. One of the key challenges scientists face in...

Physicist Wins $1.1M to Photograph Electrons in Motion

Nobody has ever photographed an electron in motion. Mohammed Hassan, University of Arizona assistant professor of physics and optical sciences, wants to be the first....

Novel error correction scheme developed for quantum computers

Novel error correction scheme developed for quantum computers, Scientists have developed a new approach to reducing the errors that plague experimental quantum computers; a...

Now computers are learning to find solar flares, more in real...

Computers are learning to find solar flares and other events in vast streams of solar images and help NOAA forecasters issue timely alerts, according...

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