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At its core, artificial intelligence (AI) is a technology that lets computers think like a human. This is accomplished by creating artificial neuron pathways for data processing and memory. While most of today’s AI systems try to replicate the human brain, none are anywhere close to doing so. James Marshall, a professor of computer science …

Pleasant Grove, Utah, Nov. 12, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Fortem Technologies, the leader in airspace security and defense for detecting and defeating dangerous drones, will be holding a free webinar on the topic of developing a legal and effective counter UAS system for state and local police departments in the U.S. Fortem VP of Solutions, …

TUCSON, AZ (3TV/CBS5) — Scientists at the University of Arizona just got a boost in funding to pursue technology that may lead to a COVID-19 breath test. Judith Su runs the Little Sensor Lab, specializing in super-sensitive sensors that can find small amounts of substances, down to a molecule. The technology has a variety of applications, …

The discovery and development of drugs to treat diseases of the central nervous system (CNS) is particularly challenging compared to other disease areas. The blood–brain barrier restricts access to the brain, making the targeted delivery of drugs arduous, and in many cases, we are yet to have a complete understanding of the biology behind CNS …

In a Federal Register Notice dated August 27,2020, the US Department of Commerce, Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) issued an advance notice of proposed rulemaking (ANPROM) seeking comments from the public concerning the criteria for defining “foundational technologies.” Since August 2018, with the enactment of the Export Control Reform Act (ECRA), BIS had been …

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Researchers from The University of Queensland are recruiting people living with dementia, along with their carers, to help with a study exploring emerging transport technologies. Technology is changing the way people use transport, with app-based ride-sharing the norm and driverless buses on the horizon. However, researchers are concerned a move away from private cars and …

You have access to this full article to experience the outstanding content available to SPE members and JPT subscribers. To ensure continued access to JPT’s content, please Sign In, JOIN SPE, or Subscribe to JPT The traditional subsea tieback model is evolving, supported by advances in flow assurance that allow tiebacks over much longer distances …

Thursday, July 16th 2020, 11:26 am By: CBS News If you’ve been looking for a silver lining in the coronavirus pandemic it may be this: the number of robocalls have dropped. But that win may be short lived. When the pandemic closed stores in the spring, it also shut down call centers. According to YouMail, …

National emergencies, like the one COVID-19 has triggered in the United States, spur technological development, as concerned researchers look for ways to repurpose existing technology or develop new technology to help. Researchers’ first instinct is often to publish their developments as soon as possible, but they must be cognizant of the downstream effects this disclosure …