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Taming chaos: Calculating probability in complex systems

Daily weather patterns, brain activity on an EEG (electroencephalogram) and heartbeats on an EKG (electrocardiogram) each generate lines of complex data. To analyze this data, perhaps to predict ...

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New study presents method to stop cyber attacks on GPS-enabled devices

A new study by researchers Nikolaos Gatsis, David Akopian and Ahmad F. Taha and their graduate student Ali Khalajmehrabadi from the UTSA Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering describes ...

Mon 19 Mar 18 from TechXplore

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Cyclist designs algorithm to fix NYC's blocked bike lane problem

Using machine learning, New Yorker Alex Bell discovered how often parked cars and delivery trucks are guilty of blocking NYC's bike lanes and bus routes, according to the New York Times. ...

Mon 19 Mar 18 from Daily Mail

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1 in 3 Michigan workers tested opened fake 'phishing' email

Michigan auditors who conducted a fake "phishing" attack on 5,000 randomly selected state employees said Friday that nearly one-third opened the email, a quarter clicked on the link and almost ...

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Qapla'! Speak Klingon Like a Warrior with Duolingo

For those getting ready for their next trip to Kronos the homeland of the fictional Klingons in "Star Trek" the popular language-learning site Duolingo now has a course in Klingon.

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Democratizing science: Researchers make neuroscience experiments easier to share, reproduce

Over the past few years, scientists have faced a problem: They often cannot reproduce the results of experiments done by themselves or their peers.

Fri 16 Mar 18 from Medical Xpress

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Chalkboard computer teacher is international conference star

A Ghanaian schoolteacher who used chalkboard drawings to teach computer science because his farming village had no laptops found himself the star of a global conference in Singapore.

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AI can tell women from men based on their smiles

Artificial intelligence can tell women from men based on their smiles, new research suggests. This is because women's smiles are broader than men's. The finding has allowed researchers ...

Fri 16 Mar 18 from Gizmag

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Gallery: Wondrous waves in Nikon's surf photography awards

The winner of Nikon's annual Surf Photo of the Year has been been awarded to Trent Mitchell for his remarkable image entitled Unbound from a collection he has been working on for over ...

Mon 19 Mar 18 from Gizmag

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Researchers design novel method for energy-efficient deep neural networks

An Oak Ridge National Laboratory method to improve the energy efficiency of scientific artificial intelligence is showing early promise in efforts to parse insights from volumes of cancer data.

Wed 14 Mar 18 from TechXplore

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