Scientists have developed an artificial eye to act as bionic eye for visually impaired people

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Scientists have developed an artificial eye that could enable humanoid robots to see or even act as a bionic eye for visually impaired people in the future. Researchers at Hong Kong University of Science and Technology have designed the electrochemical eye – nicknamed the EC-Eye – to look like the size and shape of a … Read more about Scientists have developed an artificial eye to act as bionic eye for visually impaired people

Exoplanet Kepler-1649 c discovered by NASA is very similar to Earth

Exoplanet Kepler-1649c discovered by NASA is very similar to Earth

The NASA orbital telescope “Kepler” has already retired after its ten-year mission, but its work is still bearing new fruit today. On Wednesday, the US space agency announced that another exoplanet very similar to Earth had been found in the old data room observatory. The discovered planet Kepler-1649c is 300 light-years away from Earth. NASA … Read more about Exoplanet Kepler-1649 c discovered by NASA is very similar to Earth

New strain of coronavirus can destroy immune cells

New strain of coronavirus can destroy immune cells

The new strain of coronavirus causing acute pneumonia (COVID-19) can destroy immune cells of the human body, according to the South China Morning Post newspaper, following research by scientists from Shanghai and New York. (SCMP – Hong Kong). This surprising result by researchers in Shanghai and New York is in line with the conclusion reached … Read more about New strain of coronavirus can destroy immune cells

3D printing technologies for combating the spread of the coronavirus

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The demand for medical material and equipment during the pandemic far exceeds the capacity of existing manufacturers, so that all forces of humanity are mobilized to meet the demand. Even when it comes to private owners of 3D printing systems. According to CNBC, sharing experience in this environment is crucial for the stable functioning of … Read more about 3D printing technologies for combating the spread of the coronavirus

Stem cell transplants: Researchers report on the second case of a “cured” HIV patient

Reporting that a man has been in remission of HIV for a year and a half after receiving a stem cell transplant without medication increases the likelihood that he is the second person to be cured of the disease. Anonymously called the “London patient”, the case has been cautiously reported by researchers as they believe … Read more about Stem cell transplants: Researchers report on the second case of a “cured” HIV patient

Your spiritual beliefs can protect you from depression

Contrary to what many may think, spirituality is one of man’s most important qualities. In this context, research has shown that spiritual beliefs influence brain function and influence the way we deal with reality. Well, recent research has shown that spiritual beliefs are related to the thickness of the white matter at the brain level. … Read more about Your spiritual beliefs can protect you from depression

New AI Deepfakes Technology: Recycle-GAN Unsupervised Video Retargeting

Another milestone achieved in Deepfakes sciences. As this Deepfakes method will not only transform facial expressions but will also transform textures, weathers and much more. Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University, USA, have developed a new method for automatically transforming the content of one video into another by transferring facial expressions from a human character to … Read more about New AI Deepfakes Technology: Recycle-GAN Unsupervised Video Retargeting

New technology allows communications via the skin vibrations

New communication protocol invented that allows skin vibrations for sending an electronic message. Scientists from Purdue University in the US have developed a new communication technology that enables users to send messages in English by using vibrations in their skin. The technology was developed on the basis of a challenge proposed by Facebook, a company … Read more about New technology allows communications via the skin vibrations

Artificial intelligence recognizes speech patterns for detecting depression

At the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), researchers have developed a neural network model capable of analyzing text and audio data from various clinical interviews to find patterns that indicate depression. According to a statement from MIT, these methods could be used to develop improved ways for doctors to diagnose depression and detect signs of … Read more about Artificial intelligence recognizes speech patterns for detecting depression

The new MIT lA can replace the background of any image

CSAIL, MIT’s research laboratory, used the potential of Automated Learning to develop a powerful image editing tool. Selecting objects within an image requires a tedious process and great editing skills because many elements overlap or are part of different parts. However, this tool manages to automate the process by dividing all elements into segments and … Read more about The new MIT lA can replace the background of any image