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Robots to the Rescue: How They Can Help During Coronavirus (And Future Pandemics)

Robots to the Rescue: How They Can Help During Coronavirus (And Future Pandemics) . As the coronavirus pandemic forces people to keep their distance, could this be robots‘ time to shine? A group of scientists think so, and they’re calling for robots to do the “dull, dirty, and dangero...

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Robots to the Rescue: How They Can Help During Coronavirus (And Future Pandemics)

Existing Drugs May Work Against Covid-19. AI Is Screening Thousands to Find Out

Existing Drugs May Work Against Covid-19. AI Is Screening Thousands to Find Out . You’ve heard of chloroquine by now. Originally developed by German scientists in the 1930s, the anti-malaria drug is based on a natural compound present in the bark of certain South African trees. For ...

-1 s1 d ago
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Existing Drugs May Work Against Covid-19. AI Is Screening Thousands to Find Out

The Top 100 AI Startups Out There Now, and What They're Working On

The Top 100 AI Startups Out There Now, and What They're Working On . New drug therapies for a range of chronic diseases. Defenses against various cyber attacks. Technologies to make cities work smarter. Weather and wildfire forecasts that boost safety and reduce risk. A...

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The Top 100 AI Startups Out There Now, and What They're Working On

What Would Life on Mars Be Like? Millions of Us Are Getting a Taste

What Would Life on Mars Be Like? Millions of Us Are Getting a Taste . I live in California’s Bay Area, so for the last week and a half I’ve joined around seven million people in a shelter-in-place mandate. While my family is adjusting to this new normal, I’ve been remind...

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What Would Life on Mars Be Like? Millions of Us Are Getting a Taste

This Week’s Awesome Tech Stories From Around the Web (Through March 28)

This Week’s Awesome Tech Stories From Around the Web (Through March 28) . MEDICINE Researchers Push for Mass Blood Tests as a Covid-19 Strategy Gregory Barber | Wired “...a simple blood test, like the kind Zaaijer’s team will perform on the donated blood, can tell whether it c...

-1 s4 d ago
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This Week’s Awesome Tech Stories From Around the Web (Through March 28)

Apocalyptic Fiction Helps Us Deal With the Anxiety of the Coronavirus Pandemic

Apocalyptic Fiction Helps Us Deal With the Anxiety of the Coronavirus Pandemic . Masked people standing six feet apart. Empty shelves in the supermarket. No children in sight outside the school during recess. The social upheaval caused by COVID-19 evokes many popular dystopian or p...

-1 s5 d ago
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Apocalyptic Fiction Helps Us Deal With the Anxiety of the Coronavirus Pandemic

Do We Have to Give Up Our Personal Freedoms to Beat Coronavirus?

Do We Have to Give Up Our Personal Freedoms to Beat Coronavirus? . In late December 2019 Dr. Li Wenliang, an ophthalmologist at Wuhan Central Hospital, sent a WeChat message to his medical school alumni group telling them that seven people with severe respiratory and ...

-1 s6 d ago
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Do We Have to Give Up Our Personal Freedoms to Beat Coronavirus?

A Coronavirus Vaccine Could Be the First That Outwits Nature

A Coronavirus Vaccine Could Be the First That Outwits Nature . It’s been grim news all around for COVID-19. Italy’s skyrocketing death toll has now risen above China’s. Countries are shutting borders. Massive cities in the US have ordered “shelter-in-place” to red...

-1 s1 w ago
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A Coronavirus Vaccine Could Be the First That Outwits Nature

Scientists Engineered Neurons to Make Electrically Conductive Materials

Scientists Engineered Neurons to Make Electrically Conductive Materials . Electricity plays a surprisingly powerful role in our bodies. While most people are aware that it plays a crucial role in carrying signals to and from our nerves, our bodies produce electric fields tha...

-1 s1 w ago
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Scientists Engineered Neurons to Make Electrically Conductive Materials

After Coronavirus the World Will Never Be the Same. But Maybe, It Can Be Better

After Coronavirus the World Will Never Be the Same. But Maybe, It Can Be Better . Life has changed a lot in the past few days, weeks, or months, depending where you live. As efforts to contain the novel coronavirus ramp up, it’s likely going to change even more. But we’re already si...

-1 s1 w ago
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After Coronavirus the World Will Never Be the Same. But Maybe, It Can Be Better

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Robots to the Rescue: How They Can Help During Coronavirus (And Future Pandemics)

Robots to the Rescue: How They Can Help During Coronavirus (And Future Pandemics) . As the coronavirus pandemic forces people to keep their distance, could this be robots‘ time to shine? A group of scientists think so, and they’re calling for robots to do the “dull, dirty, and dangero...

-1 s20 h ago
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Robots to the Rescue: How They Can Help During Coronavirus (And Future Pandemics)

Existing Drugs May Work Against Covid-19. AI Is Screening Thousands to Find Out

Existing Drugs May Work Against Covid-19. AI Is Screening Thousands to Find Out . You’ve heard of chloroquine by now. Originally developed by German scientists in the 1930s, the anti-malaria drug is based on a natural compound present in the bark of certain South African trees. For ...

-1 s1 d ago
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Existing Drugs May Work Against Covid-19. AI Is Screening Thousands to Find Out

The Top 100 AI Startups Out There Now, and What They're Working On

The Top 100 AI Startups Out There Now, and What They're Working On . New drug therapies for a range of chronic diseases. Defenses against various cyber attacks. Technologies to make cities work smarter. Weather and wildfire forecasts that boost safety and reduce risk. A...

-1 s2 d ago
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The Top 100 AI Startups Out There Now, and What They're Working On

What Would Life on Mars Be Like? Millions of Us Are Getting a Taste

What Would Life on Mars Be Like? Millions of Us Are Getting a Taste . I live in California’s Bay Area, so for the last week and a half I’ve joined around seven million people in a shelter-in-place mandate. While my family is adjusting to this new normal, I’ve been remind...

-1 s3 d ago
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What Would Life on Mars Be Like? Millions of Us Are Getting a Taste

This Week’s Awesome Tech Stories From Around the Web (Through March 28)

This Week’s Awesome Tech Stories From Around the Web (Through March 28) . MEDICINE Researchers Push for Mass Blood Tests as a Covid-19 Strategy Gregory Barber | Wired “...a simple blood test, like the kind Zaaijer’s team will perform on the donated blood, can tell whether it c...

-1 s4 d ago
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This Week’s Awesome Tech Stories From Around the Web (Through March 28)

Apocalyptic Fiction Helps Us Deal With the Anxiety of the Coronavirus Pandemic

Apocalyptic Fiction Helps Us Deal With the Anxiety of the Coronavirus Pandemic . Masked people standing six feet apart. Empty shelves in the supermarket. No children in sight outside the school during recess. The social upheaval caused by COVID-19 evokes many popular dystopian or p...

-1 s5 d ago
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Apocalyptic Fiction Helps Us Deal With the Anxiety of the Coronavirus Pandemic

Do We Have to Give Up Our Personal Freedoms to Beat Coronavirus?

Do We Have to Give Up Our Personal Freedoms to Beat Coronavirus? . In late December 2019 Dr. Li Wenliang, an ophthalmologist at Wuhan Central Hospital, sent a WeChat message to his medical school alumni group telling them that seven people with severe respiratory and ...

-1 s6 d ago
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Do We Have to Give Up Our Personal Freedoms to Beat Coronavirus?

A Coronavirus Vaccine Could Be the First That Outwits Nature

A Coronavirus Vaccine Could Be the First That Outwits Nature . It’s been grim news all around for COVID-19. Italy’s skyrocketing death toll has now risen above China’s. Countries are shutting borders. Massive cities in the US have ordered “shelter-in-place” to red...

-1 s1 w ago
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A Coronavirus Vaccine Could Be the First That Outwits Nature

Scientists Engineered Neurons to Make Electrically Conductive Materials

Scientists Engineered Neurons to Make Electrically Conductive Materials . Electricity plays a surprisingly powerful role in our bodies. While most people are aware that it plays a crucial role in carrying signals to and from our nerves, our bodies produce electric fields tha...

-1 s1 w ago
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Scientists Engineered Neurons to Make Electrically Conductive Materials

After Coronavirus the World Will Never Be the Same. But Maybe, It Can Be Better

After Coronavirus the World Will Never Be the Same. But Maybe, It Can Be Better . Life has changed a lot in the past few days, weeks, or months, depending where you live. As efforts to contain the novel coronavirus ramp up, it’s likely going to change even more. But we’re already si...

-1 s1 w ago
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After Coronavirus the World Will Never Be the Same. But Maybe, It Can Be Better
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