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BBC Click's Stephen Beckett looks at some of the best of the week's technology news, including Google engineers designing a set of emojis that they say better represent women in the world of work. An test
Many diseases leave biomarkers in the blood, but detecting them can be an involved and slow process. The markers may be present in small quantities and blood has to be collected and then delivered to laboratory
Vision would no longer have to be #nofilter Our eyes are such elegant, complex, specialized organs that their existence seems almost hard to believe--Darwin himself called their evolution “absurd.” But
Researchers from Germany are developing an artificial nervous system aimed at teaching robots how to feel pain. As well as allowing robots to quickly respond to potential damage to their systems, it could
Architects, designers and urban planners are borrowing from natural phenomena as diverse as termite mounds and resilient grapefruits to design smart, sustainable cities With soaring glass skyscrapers swaths
Architect Kazuyo Sejima wants Tokyo’s next local express trains to be as hard to see as Wonder Woman’s jet plane. Japan’s speedy bullet trains already move so fast that you almost can’t see them coming.
A new material design innovation has made wood practically invisible. Just watch for splinters. You don’t have to shop at Ikea to see that Sweden is obsessed with wood. Over 57% of the country is covered
At MIT, machine learning specialists are training deep learning algorithms to spot cyber attacks. It may be AI’s ultimate test. Have you heard the one about how our jobs are about to be snatched away machines?
We round up the best comments and tips from our live Q&A on the role of the internet of everything in retail Laura Lilienthal, marketing director, EVRYTHNG Gaining richer customer data is going to be enormous
As agriculture invests more in big data, tech veteran Andrew Holland is getting ready to test his small sensor device in grain silos When it comes to the internet of things (IoT), the fanfare is often
Echo, a home automation gadget, reset its owner’s thermostat after mistaking NPR broadcast on its capabilities for a voice command Voice control is great. You can shout at your electronics, and they actually