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  • App against fear

    lung Short News App against fear acrophobia app drones fear of heights psychology research technology There is a new app that uses 360-degree images shot by drones to help people overcome their fear of heights. Standing on a high cliff,

    App against fear
  • The soundtrack of your life

    your life The soundtrack of your life Endel uses artificial intelligence to create personalized music. The soundscape app promises to improve concentration or facilitate relaxation, depending on what the user requires. The app even claims to

    The soundtrack of your life
  • Using deep learning to create a digital sheet music stand

    music stand by Bettina Bhend Using deep learning to create a digital sheet music stand Researcher Lukas Tuggener and app developer Florian Seibold intend to revolutionize the world of professional music. They are digitizing sheet music

    Using deep learning to create a digital sheet music stand
  • The unrecognized pioneer

    Theodore Maiman powered up the very first laser. At that time, however, neither industry nor research saw any practical application for the technology. The story of a major misjudgment. Written by Sarah Hadorn Illustration by Reza Bassiri October 06,

    The unrecognized pioneer
  • Downloadable prosthetic hand

    But this does not necessarily have to be the case. As a solution developed by a start-up in Zurich shows: A simpler approach is possible. Written by Bettina Bhend Photos by SwissProsthetics (zvg) / Bettina Bhend February 20, 2020 It all started

    Downloadable prosthetic hand
  • Will robots soon help care for the elderly?

    it has to do. The cabinet’s top drawer is highlighted in green. The wheelchair moves, corrects its direction, and approaches its destination. Its robotic arm moves upwards – its movements exude elegance. This is made possible by seven joints

    Will robots soon help care for the elderly?
  • “In the corona crisis, we believe in science”

    towards becoming advocates of the scientific method and its rational and empirical search for solutions, it would appear that the virus has had a very positive infectious effect. This kind of skepticism is also common in the debate on

    “In the corona crisis, we believe in science”
  • Creation of the first ever levitated massive particle with quantum properties

    absolute zero temperature (minus 273.15 degrees Celsius). For their experiment, the physicists used a small glass bead, approximately one thousand times smaller than a grain of sand, which nevertheless consists of several hundred million atoms. In order

    Creation of the first ever levitated massive particle with quantum properties
  • Quantum Internet: Researchers create a tap-proof connection

    create a tap-proof connection quantum encryption quantum internet quantum physics tap-proof communications It appears that a quantum Internet, where information is transmitted in a tap-proof manner, can be implemented using the

    Quantum Internet: Researchers create a tap-proof connection
  • High melanin yield from the honey fungus

    at Empa recently succeeded in extracting large quantities of the pigment from the honey fungus. One of the intended applications of this versatile substance is to restore antique wind instruments. The pigment melanin is a genuine miracle substance:

    High melanin yield from the honey fungus
  • Changing shapes and materials using a 3D printer

    to produce metal parts that are divided into surfaces with different properties. Among other things, they hope to apply this technology to improve the efficiency of electric motors. The 3D laser printer can achieve temperatures of more

    Changing shapes and materials using a 3D printer
  • Design Thinking and Innovation Week

    designers and business owners – introducing you to London's most innovative businesses and uncovering the latest approaches to design thinking and innovation. Termine Mon, 16.03.2020 - Fri, 20.03.2020 + Add to calendar

    Design Thinking and Innovation Week
  • Art Düsseldorf

    sculptural projects, the fair positions itself in the region and in Europe as an art fair with international appeal and quality. Termine Fri,

    Art Düsseldorf
  • Naratek RSS Feed

    Sat, 14 Dec 2019 00:00:00 +0100 Using deep learning to create a digital sheet music stand Researcher Lukas Tuggener and app developer Florian Seibold intend to revolutionize the world of professional music. They are digitizing sheet music

  • The enchantress of numbers

    at Empa recently succeeded in extracting large quantities of the pigment from the honey fungus. One of the intended applications of this versatile substance is to restore antique wind instruments. May 10, 2021 Short News Machines learn faster in

    The enchantress of numbers
  • ANNA - the black box that saves lives

    about computers learning to understand what they see in images. Whereby one must be careful with concepts that really apply to humans, such as understanding, seeing, or intelligence. Certainly, a neural network (NN) can achieve things that

    ANNA - the black box that saves lives
  • When AI creates art

    original – a key characteristic of creativity. If the result of a machine’s creative work is also aesthetically appealing, we can tick the box on a second important criterion. However, this applies only from the perspective of us humans. From

    When AI creates art
  • Moderna co-founder Bob Langer in conversation

    I first started working on the delivery of macromolecules including nucleic acids – the vaccines are just one of the applications. You spent almost five decades on this research – did you ever doubt that it would become such a big thing? Well, you

    Moderna co-founder Bob Langer in conversation
  • Crash-proof drone

    at hand Lab Science Urban transformation An invisible layer of door security Technology at hand Robotics AI Mobility Apple car on the horizon? 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 > Share this article E-mail Facebook Twitter LinkedIn WhatsApp

    Crash-proof drone
  • An invisible layer of door security

    The blue layer incinerates, further increasing the transparency and conductivity of the printed sensor keys. Versatile applications The pattern of the printed keypad – for example, a square, a circle, or a heart – is determined during the initial

    An invisible layer of door security

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