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Neural net computing in water
A team of researchers at the Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) have developed an ionic circuit comprising hundreds of ionic transistors and performed a core process of neural net computing.
[Science daily]

Machine learning helps scientists peer (a second) into the future
The past may be a fixed and immutable point, but with the help of machine learning, the future can at times be more easily divined.
[Science daily]

Fluidic circuits add analog options for controlling soft robots
Robotics researchers, engineers and materials scientists showed it is possible to make programmable, nonelectronic circuits that control the actions of soft robots by processing information encoded in bursts of compressed air.
[Science daily]

ZTE and its partners win Second Prize for Guangzhou 5G Smart Railway case at 2022 World 5G Convention
�ZTE Corporation (0763.HK / 000063.SZ), a global leading provider of information and communication technology solutions, China Railway Guangzhou Group, China Mobile, Beijing Jiaotong University, and Liujie Science and Technology�have jointly won the Second Prize�for their Guangzhou 5G Smart (...)
[WebWire Computer networks]

ZTE and its partners win Second Prize for Guangzhou 5G Smart Railway case at 2022 World 5G Convention
�ZTE Corporation (0763.HK / 000063.SZ), a global leading provider of information and communication technology solutions, China Railway Guangzhou Group, China Mobile, Beijing Jiaotong University, and Liujie Science and Technology�have jointly won the Second Prize�for their Guangzhou 5G Smart (...)
[WebWire Mobile communications]

Scalable and fully coupled quantum-inspired processor solves optimization problems
Annealing processors are more energy efficient and quicker at solving mathematical optimization problems than PCs. Researchers at Tokyo University of Science have now developed a new approach to realizing scalable fully coupled annealing processors. These quantum-inspired systems can model the (...)
[Science daily]

Reckitt launches Ignite
Ignite with Reckitt We're excited to announce the launch of Ignite with Reckitt, our new online innovation hub. We're inviting entrepreneurs, academics, healthcare professionals and innovators to partner with us to tackle some of the world's largest challenges, with science and (...)
[WebWire Internet technology]

Mathematics enable scientists to understand organization within a cell's nucleus
Researchers have developed a new mathematical technique to begin to understand how a cell's nucleus is organized. They hope this understanding will expose vulnerabilities that can be targeted to reprogram a cell to stop cancer or other (...)
[Science daily]

Altair Announces Release of Simulation 2022.1 Software Update
Altair (Nasdaq: ALTR), a global leader in computational science and artificial intelligence (AI), announced the latest updates to its simulation portfolio, Simulation 2022.1. These updates enable more efficient, innovative products by applying advanced simulation, cloud-based computing, and (...)
[WebWire Computer software]

The magneto-optic modulator
Many state-of-the-art technologies work at incredibly low temperatures. Superconducting microprocessors and quantum computers promise to revolutionize computation, but scientists need to keep them just above absolute zero (-459.67° Fahrenheit) to protect their delicate states. Still, ultra-cold (...)
[Science daily]

Data science reveals universal rules shaping cells' power stations
Researchers have used data science and computational biology to show that the same 'rules' have shaped how mitochondria and chloroplasts have evolved throughout life's history.
[Science daily]

'Digital mask' could protect patients' privacy in medical records
Scientists have created a 'digital mask' that will allow facial images to be stored in medical records while preventing potentially sensitive personal biometric information from being extracted and shared.
[Science daily]

Talk with your hands? You might think with them too!
Scientists observed how the brain responds to words representing hand-manipulable objects, when a participant's hands were either free to move or restrained. They showed that brain activity in response to hand-manipulable words was significantly reduced by hand restraints. Verbal responses (...)
[Science daily]

Intelligent cooperation to provide surveillance and epidemic services in smart cities
Scientists explore the potential uses of integrated unmanned aerial vehicles and mobile robots for public good.
[Science daily]

New method to identify symmetries in data using Bayesian statistics
Scientists have developed a method to identify symmetries in multi-dimensional data using Bayesian statistical techniques. Bayesian statistics has been in the spotlight in recent years due to improvements in computer performance and its potential applications in artificial intelligence. (...)
[Science daily]

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