SCIENCE - TECHNOLOGY - NATURE
THE DOCTORS OF TOMORROW WILL BE SUPERCOMPUTERS
"Our findings demonstrate that cognitive computing might have a role in identifying more therapeutic options for cancer patients."
WHY WAS CHRISTMAS SO COLD THIS YEAR?
It was a frigid
in much of the United States.
WHY PEOPLE ARE DRINKING 'RAW WATER' (BUT PROBABLY SHOULDN'T)
Would you like your water sparkling, from the tap or hauled out of an unsterilized river upstate? For proponents of the expensive new drinking trend known as "raw water," the choice is as clear as a Poland Spring.
SOON WE WON’T BE ABLE TO TELL THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN AI AND A HUMAN VOICE
The line between human and machine gets even blurrier.
CHINA IS BUILDING A $2.1 BILLION INDUSTRIAL PARK FOR AI RESEARCH
Artificial intelligence is becoming a driving force behind economic development. As tech companies put AI at the heart of what they do, China plans to invest in a dedicated AI business district, which would advance the country's AI research programs.
RARE HYBRID BIRD DISCOVERED IN THE AMAZON IN A FIRST
A rare, vivid green bird with radiant yellow head feathers is actually a unique hybrid species that lives in the Amazon rainforest, researchers have found.
OUT-OF-THIS-WORLD DIAMOND-STUDDED ROCK JUST GOT EVEN WEIRDER
A tiny chunk of stone that looks like nothing else ever seen in the solar system might be even weirder than scientists thought.
The Hypatia stone was found in southwestern Egypt in 1996.
RAW PET FOOD TREND RISKS E.COLI AND SALMONELLA IN OWNERS - NEW STUDY
The rising popularity of trendy raw meat diets for pets is putting owners at risk of serious diseases such as E.coli, experts have warned.
THE FIRST AMERICAN CRISPR TRIAL IN HUMANS WILL TARGET CANCER
Doctors hope to engineer immune cells to be better cancer fighters.
A NEW INFORMATION ENGINE IS PUSHING THE BOUNDARIES OF THERMODYNAMICS
The researchers needed a new theory of physics to explain their results.