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Google makes image recognition leap
Google scientists claim a breakthrough in the way software can describe the content of pictures.
[BBC]

Scanner to aid dementia research
A hi-tech scanner which could help scientists develop better treatments for dementia and other brain conditions is to be installed at a Scottish university.
[BBC News]

Ondot Systems Wins Popular Science's Best of What's New Award -
San Jose, Calif -- November 12, 2014 -- Ondot Systems announced today that its CardControl product has received Popular Science's coveted Best of What's New Award for Security this year. Popular Science has long been a leader in highlighting the latest in cutting-edge technology, and (...)
[WebWire Internet technology]

Ondot Systems Wins Popular Science's Best of What's New Award -
San Jose, Calif -- November 12, 2014 -- Ondot Systems announced today that its CardControl product has received Popular Science's coveted Best of What's New Award for Security this year. Popular Science has long been a leader in highlighting the latest in cutting-edge technology, and (...)
[WebWire High tech security]

Ondot Systems Wins Popular Science's Best of What's New Award -
San Jose, Calif -- November 12, 2014 -- Ondot Systems announced today that its CardControl product has received Popular Science's coveted Best of What's New Award for Security this year. Popular Science has long been a leader in highlighting the latest in cutting-edge technology, and (...)
[WebWire Electronic Internet commerce]

Ondot Systems Wins Popular Science's Best of What's New Award -
San Jose, Calif -- November 12, 2014 -- Ondot Systems announced today that its CardControl product has received Popular Science's coveted Best of What's New Award for Security this year. Popular Science has long been a leader in highlighting the latest in cutting-edge technology, and (...)
[WebWire Mobile communications]

Scientists ask Supreme Court to rule APIs can't be copyrighted
The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) filed a brief with the Supreme Court of the United States today, arguing on behalf of 77 computer scientists that the justices should review a disastrous appellate court decision finding that application programming interfaces (APIs) are copyrightable. (...)
[OSNews]

Greater use of social media gets science, scientists noticed, study says
There is a connection between “h-index” -- a measure of the quality of a researcher’s work and influence -- and whether the scientists interact with reporters and get mentioned on Twitter, a new study has shown.
[Science daily]

New model to study epidemics developed
For decades, scientists have been perfecting models of how contagions spread, but newly published research takes the first steps toward a model that includes the interaction between individual human behavior and the behavior of the epidemic itself. The highly complex model accounts for the (...)
[Science daily]

The Peres conjecture is false, experts say
Since 1999, the conjecture by Asher Peres, who invented quantum teleportation, has piqued the interest of many scientists in the field. According to his hypothesis, the weakest form of quantum entanglement can never result in the strongest manifestation of the phenomenon. Today, scientists have (...)
[Science daily]

Back to basics: Scientists of the past profoundly illuminated our understanding of nature without supercomputers
Is there still is a place in science in modern times for the interpretation of results using rational numbers or simple ratios? In a time where supercomputers dominate scientific analysis, one expert argues that there is not enough attention being paid to the basic approaches to science of the (...)
[Science daily]

Digital dinosaurs: New research employs high-end technology to restore dinosaur fossil
Scientists employed high-resolution X-ray computed tomography and digital visualization techniques to restore a rare dinosaur fossil. The focus of the study was the skull of Erlikosaurus andrewsi, a 3-4 meter large herbivorous dinosaur called a therizinosaur, which lived more than 90 million (...)
[Science daily]

Scientists invent tool to improve usability of mobile devices
The rapid increase in mobile technology such as smart phones and watches, tablets and Google Glass, has resulted in the need for more research to ensure those devices work well. But, say experts, there are no good tools to properly test mobile devices. So they invented a solution using the (...)
[Science daily]

Dance choreography improves girls' computational skills
Blending movement and computer programming supports girls in building computational thinking skills, according to an ongoing study. This is important research, as even with increasing demands for computationally savvy workers, there is a lack of representation among women in science, (...)
[Science daily]

Wrangling data flood to manage health of streams
Today's natural resource manager tending to the health of a stream in Louisiana needs to look upstream. Way upstream -- like Montana. Scientists have invented a way to more easily manage the extensive nature of streams.
[Science daily]

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