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How Artists And Designers Can Embrace AI-Generated Images In Their Work in 2024

Creativity in the digital age has taken a revolutionary turn with the advent of AI-generated images. Artists and designers can now harness the power of artificial intelligence to enhance their creative process and push...

Climate change is a threat to antiquities

A study in Greece shows how weather events affect cultural heritage Rising temperatures, prolonged heat and drought are affecting climate change worldwide. Now, the first study in Greece that examines the effect of climate change...

China plans mass production of humanoid robots by 2025

China's Ministry of Industry and Information Technology has published an ambitious plan for the mass production of humanoid robots by 2025. The country should have about 500 robots per 10,000 workers in just two years....

Challenge: Targeted Genome Editor Delivery (TARGETED)

Recent advancements in the genome editing technology field have enabled scientists to manipulate genomic sequences rapidly and efficiently. Despite revolutionary progress in this area, several challenges remain. Existing gene editing technologies like CRISPR-cas9,...

Experts Call for New Economic Modelling to Meet Energy Transition Ambition

The ambition of policymakers navigating the energy transition has surpassed the capacity of economic modelling for the first time, a new keynote paper argues. Renewable energy from windfarms. Image Credit: Karsten Würth/Unsplash In a featured comment...

Removing Spyware from an iPhone: Tips and Tricks

In the digital age, ensuring the security of our devices has become paramount, especially for iPhone users. iPhones are renowned for their robust security features, yet they are not impervious to spyware attacks....

Modern bird brains reveal evolutionary history of flight, dating back to the dinosaurs

Evolutionary biologists report they have combined PET scans of modern pigeons along with studies of dinosaur fossils to help answer an enduring question in biology: How did the brains of birds evolve to...

European Commission Takes Formal Action Against TikTok Under Digital Services Act

Brussels, Belgium - In a significant move to safeguard digital rights and user safety, the European Commission has initiated formal proceedings against the social media giant, TikTok, to investigate potential breaches of the Digital Services...

How much does it cost to clone pets?

In the state of Texas, USA, more and more people are making clones of their pets Owners will still have a copy of their pet to keep raising even after the original dies, citing Voice...

Unpacking the Feed: A Look Inside Google’s Discover and its Impact

Hidden within the depths of the Google app and Chrome browser lies a mighty content curator known as Discover. This personalized feed boasts the ability to bring users news and information that aligns with...

Manuscripts Charred After the Eruption of Vesuvius Read by Artificial Intelligence

The manuscripts are more than 2,000 years old and were severely damaged after the eruption of the volcano in AD 79. Three scientists managed to read a small part of charred manuscripts after the eruption...

Rome partially restored Trajan’s Basilica with the money of a Russian oligarch

Asked about the topic, Rome's chief curator of cultural heritage, Claudio Parisi Presicce, said Usmanov's funding was agreed before Western sanctions, and Rome's ancient heritage, he says, is "universal". The imposing colonnade of Trajan's Basilica...

Very Small Pores Make a Big Difference in Filtering Technology

Nanoporous membranes are valuable tools for filtering out impurities from water and numerous other applications. However, there’s still much work to do to perfect their designs. Recently, Prof. Amir Haji-Akbari’s lab demonstrated that...

CloudOps: Trends and Predictions for 2024

What Is CloudOps?  CloudOps, or Cloud Operations, refers to the systems, processes and methodologies that organizations employ to operate and manage their cloud-based services efficiently. CloudOps encompasses a range of activities, including application deployment,...

Navigating the Complexities of Modern Web Development

Web development stands as a cornerstone in today’s digital era. Its importance escalates as the world increasingly interacts online. This blog dives into the intricacies of modern web development, unfolding its evolution, technologies,...

Scientists with a new plan to cool the Earth by blocking the Sun

Scientists are exploring an idea that could save our planet from global warming by blocking the Sun: a "giant umbrella" place in space to block out some of the sun's light.

Cells’ Electric Fields Keep Nanoparticles at Bay, Scientists Confirm

The surprisingly strong effect could have implications for drug design and delivery. The humble membranes that enclose our cells have a surprising superpower: They can push away nano-sized molecules that happen to approach them....

Wear and Tear May Cause Firefighter Gear to Release More ‘Forever Chemicals’

Are firefighters at risk of increased exposure to cancer-causing chemicals in their protective clothing? Last year, a study by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) showed that the textiles used in protective...

How Tech Is Fueling Small Business Growth

Discover how technology is fueling small business growth. From boosting efficiency to utilizing cloud computing and artificial intelligence, find out more.

Scientists Engineer Plant Microbiome for the First Time to Protect Crops Against Disease

Scientists have engineered the microbiome of plants for the first time, boosting the prevalence of ‘good’ bacteria that protect the plant from disease. Rice terraces – illustrative photo. Image credit: Pixabay (Free Pixabay license) The...

5 Tech Companies That Are Shaping the Way We Travel

Today, everyone recognizes that travel and technology are an ideal match. This relationship also makes a vital contribution to how we make hotel and flight reservations. It is so widespread that based on...

BMW to Deploy Humanoid Robots – Rivals to the Famous Teslabot

Robotics startup Figure has announced a partnership with BMW Manufacturing to introduce its humanoid robots to the carmaker’s U.S. facility. Humanoid robot produced by Figure. This collaboration reflects a growing trend among companies leveraging human-like...

Putin‘s personal gerontologist, who worked to extend life to 120 years, has died

Vladimir Havinson, one of the most famous Russian gerontologists, member of the Russian Academy of Sciences and founder of the Institute of Gerontology, died at the age of 77, The Moscow Times reports. Havinson has...

Getting older doesn’t make you wiser, a scientific study has shown

Aging does not lead to wisdom, a scientific study has shown, reported "Daily Mail". Dr. Judith Gluck of the University of Klagenfurt, Austria, conducted research linking age to mental capacity. The link between aging and...

360 Feedback Software: The Science Behind Its Intricate Design

In the realm of performance management and nurturing employee development, there’s a tool called 360 feedback software. Organizations worldwide have come to realize the advantages it brings in fostering employee growth and driving...
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