More than 11,000 scientists in 153 nations have endorsed a newly published statement on climate change — and it’s extremely gloomy.
Climate change won't be stopped with just seedlings and agriculture. Emissions reduction is needed too.
The analysts have just presented their "ten strategic technology trends for 2020".
Google researchers are training neural networks with a new technique to predict how a molecule smells.
A team of scientists from the universities of Alberta and Toronto have laid out the blueprints for a “quantum battery” that never loses its charge.
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More than 11,000 scientists in 153 nations have endorsed a newly published statement on climate change — and it’s extremely gloomy.

Climate change won't be stopped with just seedlings and agriculture. Emissions reduction is needed too.

The analysts have just presented their "ten strategic technology trends for 2020".

Google researchers are training neural networks with a new technique to predict how a molecule smells based on its chemical structure.

A team of scientists from the universities of Alberta and Toronto has laid out the blueprints for a “quantum battery” that never loses its charge.

For decades, scientists have sought an affordable and effective way of capturing, storing, and releasing solar energy. Researchers in Sweden say they have a solution that would allow the power of the sun’s rays to be used across a range of consumer applications—heating everything from homes to vehicles.

UPS is rolling along with its drone delivery program, working with partner CVS Pharmacy to deliver prescription drugs to customer doorsteps via its newly deployed commercial drones. UPS delivered medications to two paying customers on November 1 using the Matternet M2 drone system that the logistics company is using in partnership with Matternet.

If you want to know how the global regulation of artificial intelligence might shape up in the coming years, best look to Berlin.

Will AI and blockchain also show twice the value combined together?

The Stanford University Institute for Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence is calling for the U.S. government to make a $120 billion investment in the nation’s AI ecosystem over the course of the next 10 years.

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