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Category: Research

AI | Personality

Artificial intelligence can predict your personality by scanning your eyes A joint project between the University of South Australia and the University of Stuttgart had an artificial intelligence track and monitor the eye movements of 42 human participants using a video-based eye-tracker from SensorMotoric Instruments. The researchers then cross-checked the findings with regular, well-established questionnaires….

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Elon Musk | Submarine

Elon Musk says SpaceX is building a ‘kid-sized submarine’ to rescue trapped soccer team Elon Musk says the vehicle is “fitted for a kid or small adult to minimize open air,” with compartments to add weights to account for buoyancy. He also noted that the pod has handles on the front and rear, as well…

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Hyperloop | India

Richard Branson’s Hyperloop in India Could Cost Less Than $150 Virgin Hyperloop One, the futuristic transportation company backed by the British tycoon, wants to build a network of high-speed pods that can carry people and cargo across India. It’s looking to price the ride at less than what airlines charge in a market where air…

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Machine Learning | World Cup

Machine learning predicts World Cup winner Researchers have developed machine-learning techniques that have the potential to outperform conventional statistical approaches. The random-forest technique has emerged in recent years as a powerful way to analyze large data sets while avoiding some of the pitfalls of other data-mining methods. Read more… Source: MIT Technology Review

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3D Printed Corneas

Researchers create the first 3D-printed corneas Researchers at Newcastle University have been able to 3D-print a biocompatible corneal framework using new gel formulations that “keep the stem cells alive whilst producing a material which is stiff enough to hold its shape but soft enough to be squeezed out the nozzle of a 3D printer.” Read…

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