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Army Computer Models Unveil Secret to Quieter Small Drones
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Army Computer Models Unveil Secret to Quieter Small Drones

Researchers demonstrated how aviation specialists can use computational fluid dynamics to facilitate development of quieter unmanned aerial drones.

Computing Empowers Immune Cells to Kill Cancer
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Computing Empowers Immune Cells to Kill Cancer

A team of computer scientists and bioengineers has developed a method of engineering T cells to recognize a specific combination of cancer markers.

Does AI in Healthcare Need More Emotion?
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Does AI in Healthcare Need More Emotion?

Emotion artificial intelligence applications in healthcare are rare, with many scientists skeptical of the technology's utility.

Do You Have a Conflict of Interest? This Robotic Assistant May Find It First
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Do You Have a Conflict of Interest? This Robotic Assistant May Find It First

A Swiss publisher of open-access journals has rolled out a robotic review assistant to check for potential conflicts of interest.

A Neural Network Learns When It Should Not Be Trusted
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A Neural Network Learns When It Should Not Be Trusted

Researchers have enabled a neural network to rapidly process data, yielding both predictions and confidence levels based on the quality of the available data.

China's Xi Jinping Pushing for Global Covid QR Code
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China's Xi Jinping Pushing for Global Covid QR Code

Chinese president Xi Jinping has called for a uniform set of policies and standards to ensure the "smooth functioning" of the global economy during the pandemic...

Rethinking Public Broadband
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Rethinking Public Broadband

U.S. infrastructure shortcomings re-ignite public/private debate over broadband.

Job Interviews Without Interviewers, Products of the Pandemic
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Job Interviews Without Interviewers, Products of the Pandemic

Video responses to set questions, online games that measure a person's traits and skills: The future of interviews is coming to a wider variety of professions in...
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