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  • Study: Reducing the carbon footprint of houses and cars also saves money

    risks of nanomedicines Study: Reducing the carbon footprint of houses and cars also saves money by sda/apa Short News Study: Reducing the carbon footprint of houses and cars also saves money biogas cars biomethane district heating electric cars

    Study: Reducing the carbon footprint of houses and cars also saves money
  • “Quick eye” improved da Vinci’s sketches and paintings

    sda Short News “Quick eye” improved da Vinci’s sketches and paintings art biology research According to a Swiss study, Leonardo da Vinci had superior vision, which allowed him to observe even the individual beats of a dragonfly’s wings.

    “Quick eye” improved da Vinci’s sketches and paintings
  • Eye tracking can enhance the control of hand prostheses

    glasses that recorded their eye movements. Portrait of Henning Müller, Professor of Business Information Systems Study of typical hand movements The test subjects performed ten widely used hand movements. These and the objects used for

    Eye tracking can enhance the control of hand prostheses
  • AI beats human player at StarCraft II

    artificial intelligence AlphaStar has beaten the best human players at the computer game StarCraft II. According to a study, the system developed by Google’s development forge DeepMind scored better than 99.8 percent of active human gamers.

    AI beats human player at StarCraft II
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    artificial intelligence AlphaStar has beaten the best human players at the computer game StarCraft II. According to a study, the system developed by Google’s development forge DeepMind scored better than 99.8 percent of active human

  • Putting a face to the voice in the head

    of information technology are now expanding these methods, Dr. Egger explains. “Four years ago, I read a study on the use of avatars in treating schizophrenia patients with auditory hallucinations. I immediately wanted to try out

    Putting a face to the voice in the head
  • Artificial intelligence helps physicians diagnose skin cancer

    to decide whether images of skin abnormalities show signs of cancer are able to make better diagnoses. According to a study by Viennese researchers, doctors with limited experience benefit most from working with AI. However, the “Nature

    Artificial intelligence helps physicians diagnose skin cancer
  • The enchantress of numbers

    At the time, this was unusual for a young woman, after all, it would still take decades before women were permitted to study at universities. Ada’s mother hired private tutors because after her divorce from Lord Byron, she was determined to

    The enchantress of numbers
  • New algorithms help with anesthesia

    most anesthesiologists rely on heart rate, breathing rate and movement. Algorithms could improve this process. In a new study, a team of researchers from MIT and Massachusetts General Hospital shows that artificial intelligence can assess patient

    New algorithms help with anesthesia
  • Leg prosthesis communicates with the brain thanks to a new interface

    two volunteers placed greater reliance on their prosthesis and were able to move with less effort. For the three-month study, a surgeon at the Clinical Centre of Serbia in Belgrade implanted tiny electrodes in the thighs of both prosthesis

    Leg prosthesis communicates with the brain thanks to a new interface
  • ANNA - the black box that saves lives

    tremendous mental effort. AI systems, such as ANNA, are increasingly being used in diagnostics. In a recent medical study, a computer program diagnosed kidney failure three days before it actually occurred. Another AI system identified a

    ANNA - the black box that saves lives
  • Robots revolutionize neurosurgery

    25, 2021 Short News Staff too old? Robots step in As the population gets older, automation increases. That's what a new study by MIT and Boston University shows. September 06, 2021 Short News First microsurgery with robot Pioneering

    Robots revolutionize neurosurgery
  • Robot evokes ghost illusions in Parkinson's patients

    the subjects imitated the corresponding gestures with nudges on their backs. When both actions were synchronized, the study participants reported nothing out of the ordinary. However, if the robotic arm reacted with a tiny delay, this caused

    Robot evokes ghost illusions in Parkinson's patients
  • ETH builds ultrafast chip of the future

    communication networks, explains Ueli Koch, post-doctoral researcher in Jürg Leuthold’s group and lead author of the study published in the “Nature Electronics” journal. In experiments, the plasmonic chip has already proven its potential.

    ETH builds ultrafast chip of the future
  • From the lab onto the dinner table: meat analogues

    The plants that are used even contain phytosterols, which reduce the cholesterol level,” the chemist explains. A study conducted by the German Society for Nutrition (DGE) came to the similar assessment that meat substitutes are

    From the lab onto the dinner table: meat analogues
  • The world is divided over ethical artificial intelligence

    ubiquitous principle “These ethical guidelines for AI have sprung up like mushrooms in recent years”, said the study author Anna Jobin from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) in Zurich in an interview with the news agency

    The world is divided over ethical artificial intelligence
  • Scrubbers with an artificial brain

    the US, like Walmart and Kroger, became increasingly interested in the potential for smart cleaning robots: An industry study projected an annual demand of nearly 300.000 AMRs by the year 2030. And the current pandemic, with its heightened

    Scrubbers with an artificial brain
  • Algorithm decodes peculiarities of different yodeling styles

    was developed by Metzig and has already been used to classify various folk songs worldwide. Result of the yodel study: The melodies differ in all cantons. But within the regions - Central Switzerland and Northeastern Switzerland - the

    Algorithm decodes peculiarities of different yodeling styles
  • Diagnostics: A new era begins

    assistive devices comprise a wide variety of intelligent mobile objects – watches, clothes, adhesive plasters. A study by the Scripps Research Institute in California, for example, has shown that plasters that independently measure the

    Diagnostics: A new era begins
  • The Tree Counter

    achieve tangible results in drawing down carbon. How many additional trees could potentially be planted on earth? Our study showed that there are 0.9 million hectares of land that could naturally support forests. We have not published a

    The Tree Counter

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