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Thursday, August 9, 2012

9 August - Kurzweil

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New 3D map of massive galaxies and black holes offers clues to dark matter, dark energy

Making cancer cells forget what they are to cease their deadly proliferation

Simple mathematical computations underlie brain circuits

Disney researchers add virtual touch to the real world

Can a picture inflate the perceived truth of true and false claims?

Building the search engine of the future, one baby step at a time

First full-resolution and panorama images from NASA’s Curiosity Mars Rover

Supercomputer-level millisecond-scale sampling for protein simulation on a desktop computer

Biometric bracelet lets a medical device recognize its wearer

What makes Paris look like Paris? CMU software uncovers stylistic core

This is what Wall Street’s terrifying robot invasion looks like

Virtual nanoscopy: like ‘Google Earth’ for cell biologists

New Sci-Fi bookshop Singularity & Co. opening this week in Brooklyn

The self-driving car logs more miles on new wheels

Kindle book sales surpass print on Amazon UK

  1. KinEtre
    Microsoft KinEtre lets you possess people, inanimate objects

  2. wifi-robot
    Robot creates ‘infinite’ WiFi network

  3. emma_stratasys
    3D-printed exoskeleton gives a little girl use of her arms













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