Technology

Just like athletes who train rigorously for the Olympic Games, cyberwarriors are also gearing up for the upcoming Paris Games. These cybersecurity experts are engaging friendly hackers to test their defenses, a strategy reminiscent of boxers sparring with partners to prepare for a championship fight. They are meticulously studying the strengths, tactics, and weaknesses of
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Noninvasive brain-computer interfaces (BCIs) have been the focus of extensive research at Carnegie Mellon University’s He Lab, providing a promising alternative to invasive BCIs. Unlike invasive BCIs such as Neuralink or Synchron, noninvasive BCIs offer increased safety, cost-effectiveness, and usability among a diverse range of patients and the general population. However, one of the main
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The development of a first-ever stretchy electronic skin by researchers at The University of Texas at Austin is poised to revolutionize the field of robotics. This breakthrough technology equips robots and other devices with softness and touch sensitivity similar to human skin. The stretchable e-skin opens up new possibilities for performing tasks that require precision
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When it comes to achieving net-zero carbon emissions, the traditional approach of converting various sectors to run on electricity generated from renewable sources may not be sufficient. While this approach works for sectors like personal vehicles and heating, it falls short when it comes to industries like plastics manufacturing, where carbon-based molecules are inherent to
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Google recently announced plans to invest $2 billion in building a data center in northeastern Indiana. This center will be crucial in powering the company’s artificial intelligence technology and cloud business. The investment is said to create up to 200 new jobs, including data center technicians and support services. This move highlights Google’s commitment to
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