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Face-Detecting Camera Can Recognize Drunk Drivers

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Researchers from Edith Cowan University have developed a new computer tracking technology that uses camera footage to detect drunk drivers. The scientists took data and...
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Revolutionary Jumping Robot Can Reach Higher than Big Ben

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A team of researchers at the University of Manchester designed a revolutionary robot that performed the world’s highest-ever jumps by utilizing a combination of...
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In-Body Soft Robots Revolutionize Robotic Medicine

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Researchers from the University of North Carolina used artificial muscles and electronic skins to create advanced soft robots that are incredibly effective and safe...
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The Innovation Revolutionizing Night-Vision Technology

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The new approach to night vision technology includes an ultra-light infrared filter that is thinner than cling wrap and can transform regular glasses into...
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Airbus Debuts Innovative Unmanned Wingman Drone at ILA Exhibition

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Airbus announced it will unveil “the Wingman concept” at the International Aerospace Exhibition (ILA) in Berlin. This latest innovation introduces a new era of...
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Machines Get Human-Like Perception with the World’s Fastest Vision Chip

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Scientists created Tianmouc – the world’s first brain-inspired vision chip capable of sensing 10,000 frames per second, efficiently handling extreme scenarios, and ensuring system...
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The Thinnest Lens in History Is 3 Atoms Thick

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Researchers from the Institute of Physics (IOP) at the University of Amsterdam collaborated with researchers from Stanford University in the US to make the...
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Will The Touchscreens of the Future be Soft?

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Computer scientists at the University of Bath in the UK developed a touch screen that can be warped through finger pressure, becoming softer or...
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Using AI to Conceal Confidential Information in Images

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Researchers from Japan, China, and Finland created a system that replaces confidential parts of images with visually similar alternatives using GenAI. The researchers created...

Revolutionary Technology Makes Water from Air

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The UN Food and Agriculture Organization states that half of the global population faces water scarcity at least once a month. While desalination plants...
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Revolutionary Snake-Inspired Robot Can Move and Manipulate Objects

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Snake-inspired robots have many advantages over conventional wheeled or legged ones, like adapting the shape of their body, entering narrow spaces and moving freely...
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Electronic Spider Silk Can Be Printed Directly onto Skin

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Researchers from the University of Cambridge developed adaptive and eco-friendly spider-silk-inspired sensors that can be directly and imperceptibly printed onto biological surfaces, from flower...
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These Wearable Fibers can Generate and Store Energy

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Researchers from the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory (APL) have developed new battery and solar fibers for wearable electronics with an ambition to develop...
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Tiny Metalens Cameras Revolutionize Small Technologies with AI Power

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Deep learning techniques are advancing the image quality of metalens in a method that leverages AI to upscale images, making metalens cameras useful for...
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Revolutionary Robotic Hand Can Feel Just Like A Human

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This revolutionary “feeling” robot hand could pave the way for new tactile prosthetics and robotics. Researchers from Uppsala University and Karolinska Institutet in Sweden...
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Revolutionary Contact Lenses Can Control Human-Machine Interaction

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These smart contact lenses for human-machine interaction (HMI) track eye movements and can be used for health care and augmented reality (AR) applications. They...
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Studies Warn That AI Has Learned to Deceive Humans

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A significant number of artificial intelligence systems were revealed to have developed the ability to deceive humans, a troubling pattern that raises serious concerns...
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No Need for Fuel – This Spacecraft Uses Air to Propel...

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This satellite system has no fuel but rather sucks in the air to propel itself forward, providing unlimited propulsion for longer-duration orbital operations. While...
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Microsoft Launched Chatbot for Intelligence Agencies

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Tech giant Microsoft recognized the need for a fully secure AI system for handling sensitive intelligence data and created a “chatbot for spies” that...
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Nature-Based Deep Learning Model Inspired by Insects Set to Revolutionize Vehicle...

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While companies all over the world are working on deep learning techniques that will enable machines to operate autonomously, this UK-based startup is on...
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Drones 3D-Printed And Deployed Within 24 Hours

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Within just 22.5 hours, the US Air Force managed to design, assemble, and deploy six 3D-printed autonomous drones. The innovative method was developed by the...
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Drones Get Origami-Inspired Self-Folding Grippers

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The new “Self-Folding Origami Gripper” (SOG) was recently revealed by Japan’s Shibaura Institute of Technology. This self-folding gripper is meant to upgrade drones by...

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UAV Traffic Test Sees 5,000 Drones Self-Fly Safely

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Researchers at Budapest’s Eötvös Loránd University (ELTE) reached a groundbreaking milestone in drone technology – they have both created the world’s first self-organizing drone...