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Study finds increased rate of repeat pregnancies in women with intellectual and developmental disabilities
NEWS MEDICAL Women with intellectual and developmental disabilities have nearly double the rate of having another baby within a year of delivering... 2 days
Women with intellectual and developmental disabilities have almost double the rate of repeat pregnancy
SCIENCE DAILY Women with intellectual and developmental disabilities have nearly double the rate of having another baby within a year of delivering... 2 days
AI system makes finding potholes cheaper and easier
PHYS.ORG Governments may soon be able to use artificial intelligence (AI) to easily and cheaply detect problems with roads, bridges and buildings. 1 week
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SPACE NEWS Mattis: “We are in complete alignment with the president's concern about protecting our assets in space that contribute to our... 1 week
Baidu profit up 45% on growth in news app and AI push
PHYS.ORG Chinese online search giant Baidu on Wednesday said net profit for the second quarter jumped 45 percent, fuelled by growth in its personalised news... 2 weeks
Teaching AI to learn from non-experts
PHYS.ORG Today my IBM team and my colleagues at the UCSF Gartner lab reported in Nature Methods an innovative approach to generating datasets from non-experts and using them for training in machine learning. Our approach is designed... 2 weeks
New approach identifies genes that help microbes to survive in the human gut
NEWS MEDICAL Trillions of tiny microbes and bacteria live in your gut, each with their own set of genes. These gut microbes can have... 5 days
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Vaccine schedule is a must-have on child’s back-to-school checklist
NEWS MEDICAL With the start of the school year just around the corner, it is easy to overlook one of the most important things on any back-to-school checklist -; making sure your... 2 weeks
High-resolution imaging of nanoparticle surface structures is now possible
SCIENCE DAILY Using scanning tunnelling microscopy (STM), extremely high resolution imaging of the molecule-covered surface structures of silver nanoparticles is possible, even down to the recognition of individual parts of the molecules... 2 weeks
Why do some microbes live in your gut while others don't?
PHYS.ORG Trillions of tiny microbes and bacteria live in your gut, each with their own set of genes. These gut microbes can have both beneficial and harmful... 6 days
Questioning conventional understanding of antifreeze proteins
PHYS.ORG Scientists have discovered that an ice-binding protein (fcIBP) from sea ice microalga does not fit in the conventional classification of ice-binding proteins, suggesting unknown mechanisms behind its antifreeze property. This finding could lead to a broader... 2 weeks
[Research Articles] The fragile X mutation impairs homeostatic plasticity in human neurons by blocking synaptic retinoic acid signaling
Science Magazine Fragile X syndrome (FXS) is an X chromosome–linked disease leading to severe... 2 weeks
NASA's MISR views raging fires in California
PHYS.ORG More than a dozen wildfires are burning in the state of California, with several of them threatening life and property. The Ferguson Fire ignited July 13 in the Sierra National Forest west of Yosemite... 2 weeks
Image: Satellite views fires raging in California
PHYS.ORG More than a dozen wildfires are burning in the state of California, with several of them threatening life and property. The Ferguson Fire (right) ignited July 13 in the Sierra National Forest west of... 2 weeks
High-resolution imaging of nanoparticle surface structures is now possible
PHYS.ORG Using scanning tunnelling microscopy (STM), extremely high resolution imaging of the molecule-covered surface structures of silver nanoparticles is possible, even down to the recognition of individual parts of the molecules... 2 weeks
AI technology could hold key to improving health services
NEWS MEDICAL The need to embrace technology to radically improve how the NHS successfully delivers its services is behind a new partnership between the University of Essex and Provide CIC. 24 hours
Building the backbone of a smarter smart home
PHYS.ORG The state of artificial intelligence (AI) in smart homes nowadays might be likened to a smart but moody teenager: It's starting to hit its stride and discover its talents, but it doesn't really feel... 1 week
New AI algorithm helps predict medication response in patients with complex mood disorder
NEWS MEDICAL Mood disorders like major depressive disorder and bipolar disorder are often complex and hard to diagnose, especially among youth when the illness... 6 days
Humanity confronts a defining question: How will AI change us?
PHYS.ORG What will happen when we've built machines as intelligent as us? According to the experts this incredible feat will be achieved in the year 2062 – a mere... 7 days
'Blurred face' news anonymity gets an artificial intelligence spin
SCIENCE DAILY Researchers have devised a way to replace the use of 'blurring' faces in news reports when anonymity is needed. The team's method uses artificial intelligence (AI) techniques that aim to... 2 weeks
Google's DeepMind AI could soon be diagnosing eye conditions
NEWS MEDICAL VIDEO London-based DeepMind which is owned by Google’s parent company Alphabet, is coming up with Artificial Intelligence based devices that can help diagnose eye conditions accurately. 1 day
Smarter cancer treatment: AI tool automates radiation therapy planning
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Artificial intelligence equal to experts in detecting eye diseases
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AI device identifies objects at the speed of light
SCIENCE DAILY Electrical and computer engineers have created a physical artificial neural network -- a device modeled on how the human brain works -- that can analyze large volumes of data and... 2 weeks
Particle physicists team up with AI to solve toughest science problems
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New AI approach can teach itself to design new drug molecules from scratch
NEWS MEDICAL An artificial-intelligence approach created at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Eshelman School of Pharmacy can teach itself to design... 2 weeks
There's a reason Siri, Alexa and AI are imagined as female – sexism
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AI platform identifies acute neurological illnesses faster than human diagnosis
NEWS MEDICAL An artificial intelligence platform designed to identify a broad range of acute neurological illnesses, such as stroke, hemorrhage, and hydrocephalus, was shown to identify disease in CT scans... 1 day
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There's a reason Siri, Alexa and AI are imagined as female – sexism
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Google's DeepMind AI could soon be diagnosing eye conditions
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New Canadian radio telescope is detecting fast radio bursts
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Site-specific technology aids nematode control when cotton fields turn to soybeans
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Print and probe—how 3-D printers could improve access to technologies essential for scientific discovery
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Using comics to understand post-war transitions
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Researchers turn powerful, viscous disinfectants into breathable mist for the first time
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