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For commodity traders operating in the Information Age, Bloomberg reports that just good old trading doesn't cut it anymore... "Everything is transparent, everybody knows everything and has access to information." Unlike the stock market in which t

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The thing about neural networks is that they don't really behave much like the brain at all. It's a thin metaphor that managed to catch on and now whenever I say I'm training a neural network people assume that I'm into some real mystical shit. There

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Manuka honey is a unique and highly beneficial type of honey produced in Australia and New Zealand by bees that pollinate the Manuka bush, also known as tea tree. Recently touted as a superfood, Manuka honey has been used by indigenous cultures for t

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Sony has come up with intelligent contact lenses capable of recording and playing video - all with the blink of an eye. The Tokyo-based firm filed a patent application, published earlier this month, revealing how the smart lenses would use movements

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(Natural News) Recently, Swedish scientists successfully developed cartilage tissue by printing stem cells through a 3D bioprinter. As part of the study, a team of researchers at the Sahlgrenska Academy and the Chalmers University of Technology in Sw

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(Natural News) Bill Kochevar, 56, was left paralyzed from the shoulders down after a cycling accident severely injured his spinal cord. In the years since his accident, he had become completely reliant on his caregivers at the Cleveland VA Medical Ce

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