Living in a dynamic physical world, it’s easy to forget how effortlessly we understand our surroundings. With minimal thought, we can figure out how scenes change and objects interact. But it is still a huge problem for machines. With the limitless number of ways that objects can move, teaching computers to predict future actions can … Continue reading “MIT’s Deep-learning system generates Videos that predict what will happen next in a scene”
It’s a well-known fact that water, at sea level, starts to boil at a temperature of 212 degrees Fahrenheit, or 100 degrees Celsius. And scientists have long observed that when water is confined in very small spaces, its boiling and freezing points can change a bit, usually dropping by around 10 C or so. But … Continue reading “Inside Tiny Tubes, Water turns Solid when it should be Boiling”
MIT engineers have discovered a “simple and inexpensive” method for fabricating artificial muscle fibres, using ordinary nylon fibre.
Researchers from Salk Institute have discovered a holy grail of gene editing. For the first time, they found the ability to insert DNA at a target location into the non-dividing cells that make up the majority of adult organs and tissues. The technique was able to partially restore visual responses in blind rodents, will open … Continue reading “New gene-editing technology partially restores vision in blind animals”
Qualcomm has announced its next-generation smartphone processor named “Snapdragon 835”. This new chip will be manufactured based on the revolutionary 10nm FinFET process of Samsung Electronics. Snapdragon 835 has Qulcomm’s latest Quick Charge 4.0 technology . These processors are made of nanomaterials—molecules and atoms less than 100 nanometers (nm) in size that exhibit different properties … Continue reading “Qualcomm unveils10nm Snapdragon 835 Mobile Processor with Quick Charge 4.0”