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The National Geographic's Breakthrough on Aging Research

2 hours agoHealth / Aging : Fight Aging

The National Geographic has been fairly heavily engaged in promoting Breakthrough, a new popular science and technology show that edges its way around the outskirts of topics such as artificial general intelligence, transhumanism, and,...Show More Summary

Machine Intelligence In The Real World

In the past few years, I’ve been laser-focused on machine intelligence. I’ve talked to hundreds of entrepreneurs, researchers and investors about helping machines make us smarter. And in the months since I shared my landscape of machine intelligence companies, folks keep asking me what I think of them — as if they’re all doing more or less the same thing. (I’m… Read More

Army ants' 'living' bridges span collective intelligence, 'swarm' robotics

Researchers report for the first time that the 'living' bridges army ants of the species Eciton hamatum build with their bodies are more sophisticated than scientists knew. The ants automatically assemble with a level of collective intelligence that could provide new insights into animal behavior and even help in the development of intuitive robots that can cooperate as a group.

NASA and Google invite media to visit quantum computing lab on December 8

NASA today sent out invitations to journalists for a tour of its Quantum Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, a joint project with NASA, Google, and the Universities Space Research Association located at NASA Ames Research Center in Silicon Valley. Media will be able to photograph the quantum computing hardware at the facility for the first time, according […]

BI Intelligence just announced it's going to share its most exciting findings at IGNITION 2015

All year long, Business Insider's premium research service, BI Intelligence, has been publishing research relevant to many of the themes of this year's IGNITION: Future of Digital. And we're happy to announce that the BI Intelligence...Show More Summary

A Single Raisin Can Predict Your Child's Intelligence

Raisins: They're not just for making inferior cookies anymore. Researchers claim they can predict how well an 8-year-old will do in school using nothing but a raisin and cup when the child is a toddler, -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. Show More Summary

Of 101M iPhones now in U.S installed base, 62% are iPhone 6 models with Apple Pay support

According to research by Consumer Intelligence Research Partners, the installed base of iPhones in the United States has now reached 101 million. Somewhat incredibly, the majority of these phones now in use are iPhone 6 (or newer) models with support for Apple Pay via Touch ID.

Moderate Amounts of Caffeine During Pregnancy Do Not Harm Baby's IQ and Does Not Cause Behavioral Problems, Obesity

Women drinking and eating moderate amounts of caffeine during pregnancy should be reassured that they are not harming their child's intelligence, according to a study from The Research Institute at Nationwide Children's Hospital that was published in the American Journal of Epidemiology.

Moderate amounts of caffeine during pregnancy do not harm baby's IQ

COLUMBUS, Ohio -Women drinking and eating moderate amounts of caffeine during pregnancy should be reassured that they are not harming their child's intelligence, according to a study from The Research Institute at Nationwide Children's Hospital that was published in the American Journal of Epidemiology. Show More Summary

Over 100 Million iPhones Now in Use in U.S., Nearly Two-Thirds Are iPhone 6 or Later

More than an estimated 100 million iPhones are being used in the United States, according to new data shared by Consumer Intelligence Research Partners [PDF]. At the end of the September 2015 quarter, more than 101 million iPhones were...Show More Summary

Report: Apple now at over 100 million iPhones in use in the US

Consumer Intelligence Research Partners (CIRP) is out with a new report today claiming Apple is now at over 100 million iPhones in use in the US. That means Apple has crossed 100 million active iPhone units since CIRP reported 97 million iPhones in use back in August, according to the research firm’s data. CIRP uses its data […]

Intelligent gel attacks cancer

Montreal, Nov. 19, 2015 - A new injectable 'biogel' is effective in delivering anti-cancer agents directly into cancerous tumours and killing them. This technology, developed by researchers at the University of Montreal Hospital Research Centre (CRCHUM), has already been successfully tested in the laboratory. Show More Summary

NASA: "MIT to Create Algorithms for Humanoid Robot for Space Missions to Mars & Beyond"

NASA announced today that MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) is one of two university research groups nationwide that will receive a 6-foot, 290-pound humanoid robot to test and develop for future space missions. The MIT team is...

RISK Platform Helps Companies Analyze Resource Risks

Lux Research has launched a Resource Intelligence for System Knowledge (RISK) platform to help companies with complex supply chains mitigate unexpected risks and leverage opportunities that stem from their dependence on natural resources, from water to land to energy. Show More Summary

Mark Zuckerberg wants Facebook to become better than you are at hearing and seeing things (FB)

In Fast Company’s expansive look into Mark Zuckerberg’s vision for the future of Facebook – which includes virtual reality and drones – the founder revealed that researchers at the company’s artificial intelligence division have one clear focus: make machines better than man. Show More Summary

Why Sarcastic People Are More Successful

Research calls sarcasm "the highest form of intelligence" and claims it can help you get ahead at work.

Intelligent user interfaces

High-resolution imaging of materials produces complex, copious data. Researchers at Oak Ridge National Laboratory are developing a visual analytics system that could essentially "look over a scientist's shoulder," learning from human...Show More Summary

IBM's Watson gets chatty to act as a sounding board

2 weeks agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmag

While researchers around the world are making gradual gains in the monumental task of developing artificial intelligences that can creatively solve problems or produce art, IBM's Watson supercomputer has now learned how o help people get more creative. Show More Summary

PRIME Alliance: New certification tool and 10m meters in field 

At European Utility Week in Vienna, Austria, the Powerline Intelligent Metering Evolution (PRIME) Alliance this week confirmed development of an automated certification tool for research laboratories including DNV GL, ITE and Technalia.In...Show More Summary

US Army reads soldier's brain waves to speed up image analysis

2 weeks agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmag

Technology, from satellites to drones, has dramatically increased the amount of imagery being gathered by military intelligence, posing a daunting task for the analysts that must look at and and evaluate it. Researchers at the US Army's...Show More Summary

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