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Blossoming bisexual: World's 1st flower had male and female parts

When the world's first flower sprouted about 140 million years ago, it was bisexual, possessing both male and female reproductive parts, according to the researchers who virtually reconstructed the blossom in a new study.<p>The discovery of the dinosaur-age posy sheds light on the evolution and …

How the discovery of a hot Jupiter's stratosphere could help the search for life on other planets

Meet WASP-121b<p>For the first time ever, an exoplanet located 880 light-years away was found to have a stratosphere — a layer in the upper atmosphere where the temperature increases the higher up you go. The discovery may help astronomers refine the techniques that could lead to the discovery of …

AI is changing the way medical technicians work

When MIT successfully created AI that can diagnose skin cancer it was a massive step in the right direction for medical science. A neural-network can process huge amounts of data. More data means better research, more accurate diagnosis, and the potential to save lives by the thousands or …

Verizon and AT&T customers are getting slower speeds because of unlimited data plans

T-Mobile is now the fastest and Sprint is still the slowest.<p>Unlimited data plans are slowing down mobile speeds for Verizon and AT&T customers, according to data released today by mobile network measurement company OpenSignal.<p>Verizon and AT&T reinstated their unlimited plans in February to compete …

T-Mobile

IBM scientists have captured 330TB of uncompressed data into a tiny cartridge

It fits in the palm of your hand<p>In a new world record, scientists at IBM have captured 330 terabytes of uncompressed data — or the equivalent of 330 million books — into a cartridge that can fit into the palm of your hand. The record of 201 gigabits per square inch on prototype sputtered magnetic …

Google and MIT’s new machine learning algorithms retouch your photos before you take them

It’s getting harder and harder to squeeze more performance out of your phone’s camera hardware. That’s why companies like Google are turning to computational photography: using algorithms and machine learning to improve your snaps. The latest research from the search giant, conducted with …

Machine Learning