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Google Announces 2021 Research Scholar Program Recipients
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Google Announces 2021 Research Scholar Program Recipients

Google announced 86 principal investigators in 15+ countries and over 50 universities as the 2021 recipients of its Research Scholar Program.

InfoBot Virtual Assistant Supports Dartmouth Students and Faculty
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InfoBot Virtual Assistant Supports Dartmouth Students and Faculty

Dartmouth College has deployed a conversational AI named Dart to provide responses on technology and services within seconds to approximately 10,000 students and...

Researchers Demo High-Bandwidth Wireless Brain-Computer Interface
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Researchers Demo High-Bandwidth Wireless Brain-Computer Interface

Researchers at Brown University and clinical trial participants have demonstrated a wireless version of the BrainGate brain-computer interface.

Recommendation Systems Fail Fans of Non-Mainstream Music
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Recommendation Systems Fail Fans of Non-Mainstream Music

Listeners of high-energy music such as hard rock and hip-hop may be given less accurate recommendations by music recommender systems than listeners of other music...

Smartphone Game Detects Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
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Smartphone Game Detects Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

A Japanese research group developed a smartphone app that uses machine learning to screen for carpal tunnel syndrome.

Warning on AI: Staff 'Hired and Fired by Algorithm'
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Warning on AI: Staff 'Hired and Fired by Algorithm'

A Trades Union Congress official warns that U.K. workers could be "hired and fired by algorithm," and said new legal protections for regulating artificial intelligence...

Researchers Send Tiny Drug Delivery Robots Into Mouse Brains
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Researchers Send Tiny Drug Delivery Robots Into Mouse Brains

A team of researchers in China has managed to treat brain tumors in mice by delivering drugs to the tissues using microscopic robots.

System Detects Errors When Medication is Self-Administered
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System Detects Errors When Medication is Self-Administered

MIT researchers have developed a system that uses sensors and artificial intelligence to reduce patient errors with self administered medications.

Self-Folding Nanotech Creates Origami Bird, Presages Nanoscale Robots
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Self-Folding Nanotech Creates Origami Bird, Presages Nanoscale Robots

Researchers created a microscale self-folding origami bird to demonstrate micron-sized shape memory actuators that enable atomically thin two-dimensional materials...

Professor Embeds Nanosensors in Microfibers to Create 'Smart Bandage'
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Professor Embeds Nanosensors in Microfibers to Create 'Smart Bandage'

Researchers at the University of Rhode Island embedded nanosensors into the fibers of a bandage to create a continuous, noninvasive way to detect and monitor an...

Your Next Printer Could Be Based on Sound
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Your Next Printer Could Be Based on Sound

Scientists at the Universities of Bath and Bristol have successfully used sound to control ink droplets and print precise patterns.

Building a Mobile, Virtual Reality Classroom
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Building a Mobile, Virtual Reality Classroom

The University of Utah has designed and built an off-site virtual reality laboratory for use by students in the School of Biological Sciences.

Can Technology Bridge the Urban-Rural Education Gap?
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Can Technology Bridge the Urban-Rural Education Gap?

Researchers found that computer-assisted learning can be effective in reducing the rural-urban education gap and deliver long-term gains such as more completed...

International Lab to Focus on Interface of AI and Humans
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International Lab to Focus on Interface of AI and Humans

A newly launched international research laboratory comprising French and Australian scientists will focus on how humans interact and live with autonomous systems...

Wearable Device Study Looks to Detect COVID-19 Upon Infection
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Wearable Device Study Looks to Detect COVID-19 Upon Infection

University of Miami Miller School of Medicine researchers will study whether a wearable device can capture real time data that can be used to alert wearers of physiological...

How is the Brain Programmed for Computer Programming?
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How is the Brain Programmed for Computer Programming?

Researchers in Japan examined the brain activity of programmers and found that seven regions in an expert programmer's brain are fine-tuned for programming, illuminating...

Stressed Out? Blame Bad Technology
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Stressed Out? Blame Bad Technology

A study by Dell Technologies and EMOTIV found that stress levels in workers were doubled when they encountered bad technology, which had a lasting effect on productivity...

Job Screening Service Halts Facial Analysis of Applicants
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Job Screening Service Halts Facial Analysis of Applicants

HireVue, a provider of software that screens job candidates based on an algorithmic assessment, is killing off the controversial feature of its software that analyzes...

The 'Netflix' of Scientific Conferences
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The 'Netflix' of Scientific Conferences

Scientists reinvented the SICB's annual meeting for the COVID-19 era.

Wearable Tech Pioneer: 'I'm Not Always the Smartest Guy in the Room'
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Wearable Tech Pioneer: 'I'm Not Always the Smartest Guy in the Room'

Teddy Seyed, a leader in the emerging field of wearable technology, says hard work has put him at the forefront of the growing industry. "I'm not always the smartest...
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