These robots at MIT can teach one another

Researchers at MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) are developing robots that can teach each other learned skills.

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Implantable computer chips being developed for brain injuries

British chip design firm ARM Holdings said it is coordinating with U.S. researchers to help develop computer chips that can be implanted in a person’s brain, aiding with brain and spinal injuries.

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North Korea possibly behind global cyberattack, researchers say

Cyber security researchers said Monday they may be able to link North Korea to the unprecedented global cyberattack that took more than 300,000 computers hostage in 150 countries last week.

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MIT announces successful 'print run' of first ever full-scale building

Researchers at MIT have developed a system with the capability to create a large-scale building using 3D-printing technology.

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M16 being replaced? Army testing new rifles, bigger ammo

Army researchers are testing half a dozen ammunition variants of a new prototype assault rifle that fires a larger round by 2020, according to Army Times.

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NASA inflatable greenhouse could help feed astronauts on other planets

NASA collaborated with researchers from the University of Arizona to design an inflatable greenhouse that can be deployed in outer space and offer astronauts a sustainable bounty of fresh vegetables

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Computer-generated 'brain age' estimates how much time you've got left

Researchers at Imperial College London have developed a machine learning algorithm that can look at people’s “brain age” and use this to predict their lifespan. Here’s how it works.

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Security firm: Cyberattacks against Saudi Arabia continue

Researchers at a U.S. antivirus firm say the destructive cyberattack that hit Saudi Arabia late last year is continuing, revealing new details about an unusually disruptive campaign that some have linked to Iran.

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Declaration of Independence discovery stuns experts

Harvard researchers were initially skeptical when a database project indicated that an extremely rare parchment copy of the Declaration of Independence was in a small records office in Southern England.

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Researchers fly camera drones over erupting volcanoes with spectacular results

British researchers working in Guatemala have been getting closer than ever to erupting volcanos thanks to advances in drone technology, and the attached cameras have been producing some stunning footage along the way.

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Safe to play? Off-site doctors use robots to diagnose football concussions

The nearest doctor is sometimes far from the football-loving schools of rural America, so researchers at the University of Texas Southwestern and the Mayo Clinic put a telepresence robot on the sideline.

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Scientists create 'lip password' that IDs users by their lips' movements

A team of researchers in Hong Kong have created the ‘lip password’, a method of biometric authentication that verifies a person’s identity by analyzing their lips’ movements and texture. The researchers have already patented the method.

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New long-distance laser beam tech could help inspectors sniff out weapons-grade uranium

Researchers at the University of Michigan have announced a new technique that detects enriched uranium from a long distance with the help of lasers.

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Jack the Ripper mystery: Researchers hit roadblock

Researchers looking to identify the last known victim of Jack the Ripper have hit a low-tech roadblock that will likely prevent them from unleashing their DNA testing technology on any potential remains.

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Meet RAMBO, the Army's new 3D-printed grenade launcher

Researchers at the U.S. Army Armament Research, Development, and Engineering Center last week announced they successful developed and fired a 3D-printed grenade from a 3D-printed grenade launcher.

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Facial-recognition software may help save Earth's most endangered mammals

Lemurs are considered the world’s most endangered mammal, but a team of researchers have devised a system called LemurFaceID, which uses facial-recognition software to spot lemurs in their natural habitat.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2017/02/20/facial-recognition-software-may-help-save-earth-most-endangered-mammals.html

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King Tut tomb mystery: Experts tap tech in new hunt for secret chambers

Researchers will continue their search for secret chambers in King Tutankhamun’s tomb this year, harnessing sophisticated radar technology to find out if another burial is hidden at the famous site.

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Real-life Spider-Man coming soon: Artificial spider web can be grown in labs

Researchers in Sweden have developed a technique for growing large quantities of artificial spider silk in labs using bacteria. Now we just need Spider-Man-style web shooters to go along with it!

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2017/01/12/real-life-spider-man-coming-soon-artificial-spider-web-can-be-grown-in-labs.html

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