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Posted: Mar 21
The next big thing By all accounts, 2017 is set to be the year of A.I and cognitive computing. Forrester predicts that A.I will 'drive the insights revolution in 2017' and Gartner claims that A.I a...
Posted: Mar 21
When I became an officer with the US Army, I was expected to give orders. Ensuring I gave the right ones meant that I needed to question everything, and gather as much information as I could in order ...
Posted: Mar 21
Think of a tumour like a rapidly growing city within a patient's body. Doctors can scan the patient to locate the tumour, much like a satellite can scan the earth and map its cities. And scientists...
Posted: Mar 21
As the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter flies over Mars, its HiRISE camera captures high-resolution photos of the planet’s rugged desert surface. Tens of thousands of those images have since been tr...
Posted: Mar 20
Smart home hacks are getting more elaborate by the month. First, Amazon Alexa was linked up to a Billy Bass Fish. Then, we saw the virtual assistant turned into a terrifying talking skull. And now, ...
Posted: Mar 20
We’ve all been there, you’re waist deep in a five-hour Netflix marathon and you’re watching the opening credits for what feels like the billionth time. And quite honestly it does no...
Posted: Mar 20
Stephen Hawking has revealed he’s set to fulfil his “ultimate ambition” of travelling into space. The world-famous physicist said billionaire businessman Richard Branson had of...
Posted: Mar 20
Western societies may well consider themselves to be scientifically advanced compared to many places around the world, but it seems access to modern medicine doesn’t actually translate to having...
Posted: Mar 20
Scientists are on the hunt for a very special group of humans which they believe could hold the key to curing one of the deadliest forms of cancer. The multi-million pound research project is aimed a...
Posted: Mar 20
Carole Mundell, University of Bath Ever since first mentioned by Jon Michell in a letter to the Royal Society in 1783, black holes have captured the imagination of scientists, writers, filmmakers a...
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