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Online Dermatology - Can AI Diagnose Melanoma Better than a Doctor?

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What if a machine could "see" what doctors can't? Soon, there may be a an artificial intelligence tool for diagnosing melanoma that can do just that. Researchers at the University of California and Stanford University are developing a scanner and an app for your smart phone that may provide earlier ...




Worldwide AI consciousness may replace human speech

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In just 32 years, humans won't speak to each other and will instead communicate through a worldwide consciousness instead – using just our brains -- new research shows. According to artificial intelligence research, this "hybrid intelligence" will understand the feelings of the people connected to ...


Chemists harness artificial intelligence to predict the future (of chemical reactions)

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To manufacture medicines, chemists must find the right combinations of chemicals to make the necessary chemical structures. This is more complicated than it sounds, as typical chemical reactions employ several different components, and each chemical involved in a reaction adds another dimension to t...


Psychologists predict humans will welcome ET

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Science fiction treatments about encounters with aliens often suggest they should be feared. But alien life will be welcomed by humanity when - or if - we finally make first contact, research suggests. People will be 'pretty upbeat' on discovering extra-terrestrials also live in our universe, it w...



Missing data hinder replication of artificial intelligence studies

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The same algorithm can learn to walk in wildly different ways. Last year, computer scientists at the University of Montreal (U of M) in Canada were eager to show off a new speech recognition algorithm, and they wanted to compare it to a benchmark, an algorithm from a well-known scientist. The only ...


CRISPR scissors, Cas12a, enable cutting-edge diagnostics

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CRISPR technology could help scientists immediately diagnose and treat patients with time-sensitive, deadly illnesses, a new study has found. Scientists from the University of California have discovered that a 'side effect' of the DNA-editing tactic could improve the way doctors diagnose their pati...


Nasa discover nearly a hundred new planets

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Nearly 100 new planets orbiting stars outside our solar system have been found by Nasa's Kepler telescope. Researchers confirmed the presence of the 95 worlds after studying 275 possible candidates from data provided by the probe. Kepler, which is currently on the K2 mission to discover exoplanets...