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Einstein dubbed the idea of quantum entanglement as “spooky action at a distance.” Now for the first time ever, scientists have taken a picture of it.
AI is becoming table stakes for enterprise software as companies increasingly build AI into their tools to help process data faster or make more efficient use of resources. Our panel will talk about the growing role of AI in enterprise for companies big and small.
A neo-vintage electric car labelled the “world’s most sustainable car” is set to be released and it is the perfect combination.
With looks like an old-fashioned sports coupe, but electrically-powered, the Nobe 100 could change the perception of electric cars forever.
It has the unique ability to park vertically and can be driven with all three of its wheels, reports Coventry Live .
Available to pre-order on Indiegogo, it could be a trail-blazer for attractive, electric cars.
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Honolulu police are taking a close look at the gun used in the weekend’s fatal shooting at Ala Moana Center.
It was not registered to the suspect — nor — apparently — to anyone else.
Un-registered, un-traceable guns are a large and growing problem for law enforcement agencies across the mainland.
The apparent discovery that the gun in this weekend’s shooting is one of those — could signal a worrisome development in hawaii.
Court documents show that the officer who found shooting suspect Kapono Miranda — recognized the handgun as being…
A former FBI analyst admitted in federal court that he unlawfully accessed the emails of a right-wing conspiracy theorist and shared them with the press and an FBI official.
Mark Tolson, 60, pleaded guilty Tuesday to one misdemeanor count of accessing without authorization Jack Burkman’s email account, according to the Washington Post. He made the move after Burkman, and fellow conspiracy theorist Jacob Wohl, falsely claimed that former special counsel Robert Mueller committed sexual assault.
Trump Ousts National Security Adviser John Bolton, Says They ‘Disagreed Strongly’ On Policy by Brooke Singman – Fox News
Learn about the WTF Moment in History where the friendship between a boy and his dolphin friend went so viral in the Roman Empire that it nearly destroyed the town! Watch the rest of our Moments series:…
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…. a research quest for Nobuyoshi Suto, PhD, of Scripps Research’s Department of Neuroscience……By shedding new light on these poorly understood brain mechanisms, their findings may contribute to better medicines to treat addiction, Suto says. The research, supported by grants from NIH’s National Institute on Drug Abuse and the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, appears in Nature Communications.
“Medications designed to counter brain processes that lead to relapse have seen limited success in patients, as have non-drug interventions such as cue-exposure therapy that seeks to help individuals deal with addiction triggers,” Suto says.… Source
Pentagon’s secret research arm ‘DARPA’ became the forefront of AI technological revolution and it is working on a program that can distinguish between fake news and real news.
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CUPERTINO, CALIFORNIA — Apple issued a strongly worded statement on September 6 calling into question Google’s recently published research about a widespread hacking operation targeting iPhones.
In this DNA factory, organism engineers are using robots and automation to build completely new forms of life.
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“The early repayment to the IMF will lengthen Greece’s maturity profile, which is already well spread out because of the very long repayment terms on the euro area loans,” Moody’s said in a Credit Outlook report.
Greece plans to repay 3.7 billion euros owed to the IMF this year and next. The interest rate on the loans is 5.13 percent, compared with an average 1.4 percent on EFSF and ESM funding or the 3.45 percent on its recently issued five-year bond and 3.875 percent on its latest 10-year bond