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June 22, 2023

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Energy Harvesting Via Vibrations: Researchers Develop Highly Durable and Efficient Device

An international research group has engineered a new energy-generating device by combining piezoelectric composites with carbon fiber-reinforced polymer (CFRP), a commonly used material that is both light and strong. The new device transforms ...

米etaverse Could Put a Dent in Global Warming

For many technology enthusiasts, the metaverse has the potential to transform almost every facet of human life, from work to education to entertainment. Now, new research shows it could have environmental benefits, ...

Fastest Industry Standard Optical Fiber

An optical fiber about the thickness of a human hair can now carry the equivalent of more than 10 million fast home internet connections running at full ...

The Metaverse Can Lead to Better Science

One researcher says we should look beyond the hype to see how virtual reality can make scientists more effective. But to realize the benefits, researchers must also plan well and avoid potential ...

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Artificial Intelligence from a Psychologist's Point of View

Researchers test cognitive abilities of the language model ...

Are Our Pets Leaking Information About Us?

Pet and animal-related apps are creating cybersecurity risks to their owners, new research has ...

Wireless, Soft E-Skin for Interactive Touch Communication in the Virtual World

Sensing a hug from each other via the internet may be a possibility in the near future. A research team recently developed a wireless, soft e-skin that can both detect and deliver the sense of touch, ...

New Technology Turns Smartphones Into RFID Readers, Saving Costs and Reducing Waste

Imagine you can open your fridge, open an app on your phone and immediately know which items are expiring within a few days. This is one of the applications that a new technology would ...

How Can the Metaverse Improve Public Health?

The metaverse is a technological revolution in the field of virtual reality, with potential benefits to public health research. A new article proposes several new ways in which the metaverse can help ...

AI-Powered FRIDA Robot Collaborates With Humans to Create Art

弗里达,一个机械手臂画笔录音, uses artificial intelligence to collaborate with humans on works of art. Ask FRIDA to paint a picture, and it gets to work putting brush to canvas. ...

Solving a Machine-Learning Mystery

Researchers have explained how large language models like GPT-3 are able to learn new tasks without updating their parameters, despite not being trained to perform those tasks. They found that these ...

Entangled Atoms Cross Quantum Network from One Lab to Another

Trapped ions have previously only been entangled in one and the same laboratory. Now, teams have entangled two ions over a distance of 230 meters. The nodes of this network were housed in two labs at ...

Quantum Physicists Make Major Nanoscopic Advance

In a new breakthrough, researchers have solved a problem that has caused quantum researchers headaches for years. The researchers can now control two quantum light sources rather than one. Trivial as ...

New Study Suggests That When Forecasting Trends, Reading a Bar Chart Versus a Line Graph Biases Our Judgement

A new study suggests that the format in which graphs are presented may be biasing people into being too optimistic or pessimistic about the trends the graphs display. Academics found that when people ...

New DNA Biosensor Could Unlock Powerful, Low-Cost Clinical Diagnostics

By flagging disease-associated DNA biomarkers, medical professionals can make early diagnoses and provide personalized treatments, but the typical screening methods can be laborious, expensive or ...


Light-Based Tech Could Inspire Moon Navigation and Next-Gen Farming

Super-thin chips made from lithium niobate are set to overtake silicon chips in light-based technologies, with potential applications ranging from remote ripening-fruit detection on Earth to ...

The Optical Fiber That Keeps Data Safe Even After Being Twisted or Bent

An optical fiber that uses the mathematical concept of topology to remain robust, thereby guaranteeing the high-speed transfer of information, has been created by ...

Why Technology Alone Can't Solve the Digital Divide

For some communities, the digital divide remains even after they have access to computers and fast internet, new research shows. A study of the Bhutanese refugee community in Columbus found that even ...

Self-Powered, Printable Smart Sensors Created from Emerging Semiconductors Could Mean Cheaper, Greener Internet of Things

Creating smart sensors to embed in our everyday objects and environments for the Internet of Things (IoT) would vastly improve daily life -- but requires trillions of such small devices. A professor ...

Can the AI Driving ChatGPT Help to Detect Early Signs of Alzheimer's Disease?

The artificial intelligence algorithms behind the chatbot program ChatGPT -- which has drawn attention for its ability to generate humanlike written responses to some of the most creative queries -- ...

Words Prove Their Worth as Teaching Tools for Robots

What is the best way to teach a robot? Sometimes it may simply be to speak to it clearly. Researchers found that human-language descriptions of tools can accelerate the learning of a simulated ...

Signal Processing Algorithms Improved Turbulence in Free-Space Optic Tests

New signal-processing algorithms have been shown to help mitigate the impact of turbulence in free-space optical experiments, potentially bringing 'free space' internet a step closer to ...

Researchers Develop All-Optical Approach to Pumping Chip-Based Nanolasers

Researchers have developed a new all-optical method for driving multiple highly dense nanolaser arrays. As described in Optica, the approach could enable chip-based optical communication links that ...

2D Material May Enable Ultra-Sharp Cellphone Photos in Low Light

A new type of active pixel sensor that uses a novel two-dimensional material may both enable ultra-sharp cellphone photos and create a new class of extremely energy-efficient Internet of Things (IoT) ...

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