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Google is testing an AI system to help vision-impaired people run races

Google is testing an artificial intelligence system designed to help blind and vision-impaired people to run races by themselves. Project Guideline, which is an...

Human Centric Lighting – The Next Big Thing in Home Design

Of all the amenities in a home, lighting can have the most impact on design, ambiance and even your sense of well-being. Set at...

‘It’s working!’: Utah officials thrilled to see animals using highway wildlife overpass

The Utah Division of Wildlife Resources built the bridge back in 2018 over Interstate 80 to reduce traffic accidents in Parleys Canyon caused by...

World’s smallest atom-memory unit created

The research published recently in Nature Nanotechnology builds on a discovery from two years ago when the researchers created what was then the thinnest...

Electric-car batteries recharge in ten minutes when the heat is on

A lithium car battery can power a 320-kilometre drive after just 10 minutes of charging — as long as its temperature is hiked up...

Vietnamese firm introduces AI camera able to recognize masked face

HANET Electronics Vietnam on Tuesday unveiled an AI security camera that is able to recognize up to 50,000 faces, with the detection speed of less...

Faint ‘super-planet’ discovered by radio telescope for the 1st time

Observations from the Low-Frequency Array, or LOFAR radio telescope, revealed a brown dwarf, which researchers have designated BDR J1750+3809 and nicknamed Elegast. Brown dwarfs...

More skin-like, electronic skin that can feel

The challenge for electronic skin, being developed for use in artificial skins or humanlike robots like the humanoids, is to make it feel the...

LG’s rollable smartphone could be called LG Rollable

LG's experimental division that so far brought you the Wing is working on a smartphone with a rollable OLED display, which is going to...

Hydrogen-powered trains could replace diesel engines in Germany

The companies said in a joint statement that tests of a train equipped with a new hydrogen drive will commence in 2024 and run...

Augmented Reality in Automotive Safety Features to Drive the Future

Augmented reality is jumping into the driver’s seat and positioned to dominate the auto industry. Currently, virtual reality is used to showcase vehicle features in e-showrooms...

Face recognition isn’t just for humans — it’s learning to identify bears and cows, too

Melanie Clapham is not the average person. As a bear biologist, she has spent over a decade studying these grizzly bears, who live in...

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Top spectacular natural landmarks of the world (P.478) Rapa Valley: The majestic green beauty of Sweden

The landscape of the Rapa Valley is widely considered to be one of the most enchanting in Europe. The valley is surrounded by dramatic...

World’s largest renewable energy park is operational in India

Adani Green Energy Limited has achieved a significant milestone by operationalizing a cumulative capacity of 1,000 MW of solar energy at the world’s largest...

Greatest roads in the world (P.165) Simplon: The journey between northern and southern Europe

At an elevation of 2,005 meters (6,578 feet) above sea level, the Simplon Pass commands awe-inspiring vistas of snow-capped peaks, verdant valleys, and crystal-clear...

World’s most walkable cities

New research has revealed that the nine out of 10 best walkable cities are in Europe, with the list topped by Munich, followed closely...