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Awards $100,000 in 3D-Printing Habitat Competition Image

Awards $100,000 in 3D-Printing Habitat Competition

Based on a points system, the “Phase 2: Level 1 Compression Test Competition” winners are Foster + Partners | Branch Technology of Chattanooga, Tennessee (awarded $85,930), and the University of Alaska, Fairbanks (awarded $14,070), NASA officials said in a statement. Through a partnership with both NASA’s Centennial Challenges program and…

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Author | Virginia Comments | Date | August 28, 2018
New Drones Exhibit Has It All: Cool Tech, Games and Science Image

New Drones Exhibit Has It All: Cool Tech, Games and Science

Automatons have made considerable progress since the awkward, expand driven models that initially got off the ground amid the nineteenth century. In the course of recent decades, and especially lately, innovation has quickly enhanced to make rambles littler, speedier, more powerful and more flexibility. In the interim, ambitious specialists and…

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Author | Virginia Comments | Date | July 28, 2018
What Is Intelligence? 20 Years After Deep Blue, AI Still Can’t Think Like Humans Image

What Is Intelligence? 20 Years After Deep Blue, AI Still Can’t Think Like Humans

At the point when the IBM PC Deep Blue beat the world’s most noteworthy chess player, Garry Kasparov, in the last session of a six-diversion coordinate on May 11, 1997, the world was astounded. This was the first run through any human chess champion had been brought around a machine….

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Author | Virginia Comments | Date | May 28, 2018
Elon Musk Demos Futuristic Car-Transporting Sled Image

Elon Musk Demos Futuristic Car-Transporting Sled

Rather than being stuck in rush hour gridlock for a considerable length of time on the I-5 in Los Angeles, innovator and tycoon business visionary Elon Musk needs everybody to jump in their auto and after that zoom on a sled on a fundamental level beating pace to their goal….

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Author | Virginia Comments | Date | May 28, 2018
In Year 1 Million, What Will Humanity Look Like? Image

In Year 1 Million, What Will Humanity Look Like?

In the year 1 million, Earth’s landmasses will look generally the same as they do now and the sun will at present sparkle as it does today. In any case, people could be so fundamentally unique that individuals today wouldn’t remember them, as indicated by another arrangement from National Geographic….

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Author | Virginia Comments | Date | April 28, 2018
Robotic Exosuits Help Workers Lift Heavy Loads Image

Robotic Exosuits Help Workers Lift Heavy Loads

Workers at a Lowe’s tool shop in Christiansburg, Virginia, as of late diverted Ellen Ripley in the 1986 film “Outsiders,” as they wore mechanical exoskeletons to enable them to lift and move substantial articles. The wearable automated suits — which are altogether lighter and less lumbering than the forklift with…

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Author | Virginia Comments | Date | March 28, 2018