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Artificial intelligence has learned to create perfume

Nothing is impossible.¬†Inventors have long been taught artificial intelligence to perform useful technical tasks.¬†Recently, experts have begun to introduce neural networks to creativity.¬†Reported¬†Vox¬†. Algorithms already know how to compose music, draw, write pictures.¬†Now, researchers at European Research, IBM, are faced with a new challenge: to teach robots to create new perfume fragrances. The algorithm developed […]

Scientists have Modeled the Death of Humanity

Thread the end of the world, up to date for 2012, was a logical extension, due to the astronomical observations of the constellation of chanterelles, which was played this cosmic drama.¬†A powerful flare that occurred on a star, literally blew to the surface of the planet’s entire atmosphere, and this event has been projected by […]

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Not Enough Hours in The Day? Scientists Predict Time Will Stop Completely!

Time might feel like it is running away from us as the pace of life increases but according to scientists, the future will stop completely. The theory of time running out was devised by researchers from two Spanish universities trying to explain why the universe appeared to be spreading continuously and accelerating. Observations of supernovae, […]

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Childhood Cancer can be Cured Completely

The international conference was very exciting with many scientists and other threads going into actual treatments and care for patients.That is confirmed by Prof.¬†Nguyen Cong Khanh, chairman of Vietnam Association of Pediatrics, Children’s Cancer Society, in the International Conference of childhood cancers central region “Improving the quality of care patients”

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If You Want Sweets, Prefer Chocolate Instead Of Sweets

The new British research that adds to dozens of others that have become world about the benefits of “sweet sin” and which had similar findings.¬†Scientists from the Medical School of the University of Norwich, 42 evaluated the effects of other past surveys and clinical trials for chocolate, involving 1,300 people.

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A Transistor Composed of a Single Atom

While it is now so serious industrial processors to a fineness of 22 nm, it is well known that the quantum barrier is no longer so far away and it will completely revolutionize the way processors are manufactured by under age 20.¬† In the race for the novelty, scientists have managed a feat, making a […]

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Robot Octopus for Underwater Missions (Video)

Can the technology to proceed with unimaginable speeds, but millions of years of evolution is hard to compete with anyone.¬†We refer of course to the idea that scientists were Italians, who, instead of designing from scratch a robotic arm, decided to copy nature. Nature in this case was the familiar octopus whose tentacles can manipulate […]

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Scientists Created Robot that can “Sniff Out” Cocaine Like Dogs

A group of scientists from the UK, headed by Professor Tong Sun (Tong Sun) from London’s City University, is currently working on a robot that can “sniff out” cocaine, as do dogs.¬†The difference is that robots do not get tired and make fewer mistakes than their living prototypes, reports The Register. A group of researchers […]

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Afraid of Viruses? See Which is the Safest Browser

Research firm in the information security Accuvant LABS analyzed the three most used browsers, Firefox, Chrome and Internet Explorer to see which ones do better against threats.¬†The company said it used “a methodology completely different and more extensive than that used by previous studies.” Scientists say that without doubt, Google Chrome is currently the safest […]

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Engineers have Created a Hybrid of Fiber and Chip

The group of chemists, physicists and engineers for the first time crossed optical fiber with electronics. Scientists have created a crystalline material, which allowed the element to embed chip directly into the fiber. This will help dramatically increase the speed of signal transmission.

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Cheerful Photos of Your Friends on Facebook, Spoil Your Mood?

Scientists from the American Utah Valley University have found that cheerful photos posted to¬†social networking Internet¬†, spoil the mood of the users and make them sad.¬†This unexpected conclusion is contained in the report of the research team led by Nicholas Edge, who interviewed about a thousand students.¬†It was found that¬†the most active Facebook users¬†often sad […]

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Watch YouTube Video at the Door of Microwave Owen

American inventors have found the original solution to the problem, what to do with themselves in a short period of time until the microwave oven heats food. Often the expectation is too short even for some small business.

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