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How You Might Soon Be Able to 'Play' With the Cats in Cat Videos
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How You Might Soon Be Able to 'Play' With the Cats in Cat Videos

Researchers at MIT say they've found a way for viewers to 'touch' objects that appear on a screen.

The HR Person at Your Next Job May Actually Be a Bot
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The HR Person at Your Next Job May Actually Be a Bot

The next time you’re hired, you might find yourself getting information about payroll, vacations, and expenses by talking to a chatbot instead of consulting a handbook...

Sprinkling of Neural Dust Opens Door to Electroceuticals
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Sprinkling of Neural Dust Opens Door to Electroceuticals

University of California, Berkeley engineers have built the first dust-sized, wireless sensors that can be implanted in the body, bringing closer the day when a...

America Uses Stealthy Submarines to Hack Other Countries' Systems
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America Uses Stealthy Submarines to Hack Other Countries' Systems

When Donald Trump effectively called for Russia to hack into Hillary Clinton's emails las Wednesday, the GOP nominee's remarks touched off a (predictable) media...

Carbon Nanotube 'Stitches' Strengthen Composites
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Carbon Nanotube 'Stitches' Strengthen Composites

A method to reinforce composite materials could help make airplane frames lighter, more damage-resistant.

Patented Bioelectrodes Have Electrifying Taste for Waste
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Patented Bioelectrodes Have Electrifying Taste for Waste

New research at Michigan State University shows how Geobacter bacteria grow as films on electrodes and generate electricity — a process that's ready to be scaled...

China, Not Silicon Valley, Is Cutting Edge in Mobile Tech
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China, Not Silicon Valley, Is Cutting Edge in Mobile Tech

Snapchat and Kik, the messaging services, use bar codes that look like drunken checkerboards to connect people and share information with a snap of their smartphone...

Mathematicians Finally Starting to Understand Epic ABC Proof
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Mathematicians Finally Starting to Understand Epic ABC Proof

It has taken nearly four years, but mathematicians are finally starting to comprehend Shinichi Mochizuki's mammoth proof that could revolutionize understanding...

Study Finds That Men Are Often Their Own Favorite Experts on Any Given Subject
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Study Finds That Men Are Often Their Own Favorite Experts on Any Given Subject

New research found that self-citation represents a significant chunk of all academic citations. More strikingly, it found a huge difference in self-citation patterns...

'Kudos' Promises to Help Scientists Promote Their Papers to New Audiences
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'Kudos' Promises to Help Scientists Promote Their Papers to New Audiences

Few people have heard of Michele Tobias's research field—and even fewer study it.

Swapping Substrates Improves Edges of Graphene Nanoribbons
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Swapping Substrates Improves Edges of Graphene Nanoribbons

A team of researchers from China and Japan have devised a way to make monolayer graphene nanoribbons with zigzag edges in the lab.

CIA Cyber Official Sees Data Flood as Both Godsend and Danger
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CIA Cyber Official Sees Data Flood as Both Godsend and Danger

When he started at the CIA, Sean Roche recalls how little solid data the U.S. spy agency had on what was going on inside the Kremlin.

Latest Frontier for Unmanned Vehicles: The High Seas
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Latest Frontier for Unmanned Vehicles: The High Seas

Who's driving that boat? No one.

Plumbing the Possibilities of 'Seeing Around Corners'
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Plumbing the Possibilities of 'Seeing Around Corners'

Researchers at the Morgridge Institute for Research and University of Wisconsin-Madison are working to optimize a camera capable of snapping pictures around corners...

Portable Device Produces Biopharmaceuticals On Demand
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Portable Device Produces Biopharmaceuticals On Demand

The portable microbioreactor system is designed to use microbes for manufacturing small amounts of vaccines and other therapies.

Virtual Reality: The Hype, the Problems and the Promise
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Virtual Reality: The Hype, the Problems and the Promise

I'm sitting in the dark. It's pitch black, apart from a circular spot of light on the wall in front of me.

Inside Genomics Pioneer Craig Venter's Latest Production
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Inside Genomics Pioneer Craig Venter's Latest Production

At Human Longevity Inc. (HLI) in La Jolla, California, more than two dozen machines work around the clock, sequencing one human genome every 15 minutes at a cost...

Facebook's Really Big Plans for Virtual Reality
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Facebook's Really Big Plans for Virtual Reality

The office building on Facebook Way is in the unfinished style that honors materials like plywood, concrete, and steel.

Now You Too Can Buy Cloud-Based Deep Learning
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Now You Too Can Buy Cloud-Based Deep Learning

Facebook's deep-learning artificial intelligence systems have learned to recognize your friends in your photos, and Google's AI has learned to anticipate what you’ll...

The 2016 Top Programming Languages
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The 2016 Top Programming Languages

IEEE Spectrum has released its third interactive ranking of the most popular programming languages.
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