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More Than Half Of U.S. Medical Professionals Unite To Raise Alarm About Climate Change

Global warming poses an increased risk for asthma, lung illnesses, Lyme disease, Zika virus and anxiety, among other things.<p>One morning in July 2011, Samantha Ahdoot’s 9-year-old son, Isaac, grabbed his clarinet, trekked up the hilly road to the bus stop and set off for another day at the band camp …

Lyme Disease

MIT’s new nylon muscles could lead to actual Westworld hosts

MIT has a new nylon-based artificial muscle-like filament created by researchers that could eventually provide the basis for robots with bulging biceps. The filaments themselves look eerily similar to the ones extruded by the 3D printers used in the opening sequence of HBO’s <i>Westworld</i>, which is why …

The Future

Artificial intelligence in the real world: What can it actually do?

What are the limits of AI? And how do you go from managing data points to injecting AI in the enterprise?<p><i>How the cloud enables the AI revolution</i><p>AI is …

Understanding the differences between AI, machine learning, and deep learning

Artificial intelligence, machine learning, and deep learning have become integral for many businesses. But, the terms are often used interchangeably. …

Security researchers announce “first practical” SHA-1 collision attack

Security researchers at the CWI institute in Amsterdam working with a team from Google Research say they have found a faster way to compromise the SHA-1 hash algorithm — announcing what they describe as “the first practical technique for generating a SHA-1 collision” in a blog post today.<p>A …

Microsoft's new AI sucks at coding as much as the typical Stack Overflow user

Microsoft has made some impressive leaps forward in the world of artificial intelligence (AI), but this might be its biggest yet. Microsoft Research, in conjunction with Cambridge University, has developed an AI that’s able to solve programming problems by reusing lines of code cribbed from other …

Artificial Intelligence