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Tech Leaders Launch Open Database of Scientific Articles to Fight Coronavirus
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Tech Leaders Launch Open Database of Scientific Articles to Fight Coronavirus

Five organizations have released an open dataset of over 29,000 scientific articles in the hopes of spurring artificial intelligence experts to develop new techniques...

System Shows Robots How to Set the Dinner Table
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System Shows Robots How to Set the Dinner Table

A system designed by MIT researchers gives robots the ability to weigh many ambiguous requirements to perform complex tasks, such as setting a table.

Azer Bestavros' Computing Journey from Egypt to BU
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Azer Bestavros' Computing Journey from Egypt to BU

Azer Bestavros, associate provost for Computing and Data Sciences at Boston University, has followed his indefatigable enthusiasm for new technologies from one...

Smithsonian Releases Open Access Database of 2.8 Million Digital Assets
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Smithsonian Releases Open Access Database of 2.8 Million Digital Assets

The Smithsonian has announced Smithsonian Open Access, a database of 2.8 million freely available high-quality digital images, 3D models, research datasets, and...

More Information Doesn't Necessarily Help People Make Better Decisions
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More Information Doesn't Necessarily Help People Make Better Decisions

New research suggests that too much information can lead people to make worse decisions, pointing to a critical gap in understanding how new information interacts...

Doctors Use Big Data to Cut Sepsis Down to Size
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Doctors Use Big Data to Cut Sepsis Down to Size

Doctors are using computers to analyze demographic information, vital signs, and routine blood tests in electronic health records to find patterns that might help...

Smart Jumpsuit Monitors Infants' Movement and Development
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Smart Jumpsuit Monitors Infants' Movement and Development

Researchers have developed a multi-sensor smart jumpsuit that measures the spontaneous and voluntary movement of infants to help assess abnormal neurological development...

AI May Alter How Doctors Treat Depression
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AI May Alter How Doctors Treat Depression

Research shows artificial intelligence can accurately predict whether an antidepressant will work based on a patient's brain activity.

Children's Hospital and ORNL Leverage Data to Aid Mental Health
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Children's Hospital and ORNL Leverage Data to Aid Mental Health

Oak Ridge National Laboratory will partner with Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center to explore ways to deploy expertise in health data science that could...

Deep Learning Tapped to Improve Autonomous EVs and Ride-Hailing Services
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Deep Learning Tapped to Improve Autonomous EVs and Ride-Hailing Services

Computer scientists and software engineers at LLNL have developed a deep learning-based strategy to maximize electric vehicle ride-sharing services while reducing...

Computer Model Mines Medicines
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Computer Model Mines Medicines

To accelerate the identification of potential new medicines, a team at the University of Minnesota has developed a computer model that predicts how molecules with...

Data Analysis IDs High-Risk Locations for New Coronavirus
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Data Analysis IDs High-Risk Locations for New Coronavirus

Researchers at the University of Southampton analyzed troves of data to identify cities and provinces in China, as well as cities and countries worldwide, that...

How Digital Photography Has Changed Archival Research
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How Digital Photography Has Changed Archival Research

Digital photography has become the new normal for archival research.

Artist Turns Data Into Art, With Help From AI
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Artist Turns Data Into Art, With Help From AI

Artist Refik Anadol sees pools of data as material for mesmerizing art installations.

Tool Could Help Researchers Design Better Cancer Vaccines
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Tool Could Help Researchers Design Better Cancer Vaccines

Researchers have developed a computational tool that could help predict which tumor-specific antigens will be displayed on tumor cells, and hence would be the best...

I Was A Teenage Code-Breaker at Bletchley Park
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I Was A Teenage Code-Breaker at Bletchley Park

Helen Andrews was one of the youngest workers at Bletchley Park in 1940. She has only recently started talking about her experiences

Planetary Scientists Developing Large-Scale 'Imagery-Computing Superhighway'
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Planetary Scientists Developing Large-Scale 'Imagery-Computing Superhighway'

The same sophisticated satellite imaging techniques being developed to map and identify the size and composition of uncharted land in Antarctica soon may help scientists...

NSF Awards UIC $1.5M for New Data Science Institute
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NSF Awards UIC $1.5M for New Data Science Institute

A multi-disciplinary team of University of Illinois at Chicago researchers received a three-year, $1.5 million grant from the U.S. National Science Foundation to...

What Do Police Know About Digital Evidence?
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What Do Police Know About Digital Evidence?

A new report examines how well police officers recognize and handle digital evidence at a crime scene, where a smart TV or phone may provide evidence as important...

Cigna Uses AI to Check if Patients Are Taking Their Medications
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Cigna Uses AI to Check if Patients Are Taking Their Medications

Health insurer Cigna is expanding an AI-based system it acquired with its purchase of Express Scripts. Early results showed success in helping patients with chronic...
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