LONDON -- As interest in flying cars continues to swell, one of the most prominent start-ups working on the technology has gained a big new backer.
SpaceX has completed testing of all three first-stage cores on its Falcon Heavy rocket. The Spacex Falcon Heavy is scheduled for an early November launch.
Steve Silverman helped build cameras for two NASA rovers that went to Mars. In the less exotic landscape of a Google parking lot, he looks up fondly at his latest creation, bolted onto the roof of a Hyundai hatchback.
I'm sure readers want to hear about the five-dollar cancer cure first. A university-based team set out to develop a cancer cure that could be performed in third-world countries where incomes are low, equipment unavailable and even electricity non-
The inhibition of both alkaline DNase and acid DNase has been reported in non-necrotic cancer cells at early stages of experimental carcinogenesis. On the other hand, the reactivation of these enzymes has also been seen in the early stages of spontan
Some researchers want to know why quantum mechanics has the form it does, and they are engaged in an ambitious program to find out.
Two weeks ago, we reported that Brian Wilcox, a former member of the NASA Advisory Council on Planetary Defense, had shared a report on what the Space Agency considered one of the greatest natural threats to human civilization: the Yellowstone "sup
They're calling it laser streaming. No, it's not a new sport or some Netflix-like pastime. Instead it's a new observable phenomenon involving fluids and laser beams.
Serious Question: Do you think Centralized Social Media platforms like Youtube and Facebook will still be popular in 10 years? Going by the level of censorship taking place on YouTube/Twitter/Facebook " My prediction is there will be a massive shi
North Korea 'low on our list of concerns' says Tesla boss following Putin's statement that whoever leads in AI will rule world
Driverless Cars Coming Right Up...Many contend that self-driving trucks and cars will not happen anytime soon for numerous reasons (most of them easily refuted). One of the reasons is of lack of approval from Congress. That argument will go on the
Riyadh (AFP) - Fizzing with boyish exuberance, Saudi programmer Zainalabdin Tawfiq could be mistaken for a college freshman, but the popularity of his "honesty" app has shone a spotlight on the conservative kingdom's nascent tech scene.
They identified 62 percent of the patients with stage I cancer ?" four out of eight colon cancer patients, and 90 percent of colon cancer patients with stage II, III or IV disease. They got a positive in 45 percent of the lung cancer patients wi
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The human brain is unique - no other animal possesses such a large brain relative to the size of its body. It has been argued that an increase in meat consumption could have triggered the increase in size, but now scientists believe that we may h
It is ironic that science, in its pursuit of knowledge, may soon lead us to understand that we are not what we believe or desire ourselves to be, that we are not the most knowledgeable life-form on the planet. Biological science is provoking us to sh
An operating theater isn't somewhere you'd normally expect to see someone belt out a saxophone solo, and even if you did, you wouldn't peg the player to be the patient lying on the table with their brain exposed.
Intel today introduced its new Movidius™ Myriad™ X vision processing unit (VPU), advancing Intel's end-to-end portfolio of artificial intelligence (AI) solutions to deliver more autonomous capabilities across a wide range of product categories
Elon Musk's Neuralink will invest $100 million on a high bandwidth brain computer interface.
An Arxiv paper, presents the first, 15-PetaFLOP Deep Learning system for solving scientific pattern classification problems on contemporary HPC architectures.
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Researchers have created a thin film material that allows them to control the size and density of magnetic skyrmions.
EARLIER THIS YEAR, Collin Smith came into possession of an "intelligent" first aid kit. When he did, the first thing he did was try to outsmart it.
Musk 'Lines up $100m' to Fund Neuralink Brain-Computer Interface
(Natural News) Science is now proving that chemotherapy actually causes cancer to spread throughout the body.
RMIT University researchers have mimicked the way the human brain processes information with the development of an electronic long-term memory cell.
A bioengineering team at Harvard University has created the world's first hybrid of living cells and electronic components.
This new half flesh half machine modular organism is plug and play ready....
Scientists at Duke University have successfully isolated a gene sequence integral to human brain development and implanted it in a mouse embryo, causing its brain to grow bigger in the areas controlling higher level functions.