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SMRT To Introduce 24-Seaters Driverless Cars In Singapore
SMRT Services just announced that it is partnering with 2Getthere Holding to bring in automated vehicle systems into Singapore. According to the press release, what we might be seeing by the end of the year are Group Rapid Transit vehicles tested on the roads. "The new Singapore-based JV called 2getthere Asia Pte Ltd will...
Honeybees pick up pesticides via non-crop plants
A Purdue University study shows that honeybees collect the vast majority of their pollen from plants other than crops, even in areas dominated by corn and soybeans, and that pollen is consistently contaminated with a host of agricultural and urban pesticides throughout the growing season. Christian Krupke, professor of entomology,...
(Credit: Karl Gottlieb von Windisch/Wikimedia Commons. Public domain image) In 1783, an autonomous machine beat Benjamin Franklin in a game of chess. Well, at least that’s what he was led to believe. Franklin’s opponent was a life-size, humanlike figure seated at a large wooden cabinet, supposedly rigged with machinery that made...
The Twitter employee says it was a "mistake." Image: Richard Drew/AP/REX/Shutterstock By Karissa Bell2017-11-30 00:52:58 UTC The identity of the Twitter employee who briefly deactivated Donald Trump's Twitter account is no longer a secret. The former Twitter employee has finally come forward to share his perspective on what happened that day. Speaking to...
Engineers Demo First Processor that Uses Light 2
Engineers continue to achieve something new with each passing day. The word is that a group of engineers have managed to marry photons and electrons within a single chip processor which has led to the possibility of low power but ultrafast crunching of data. The engineers packed a couple of processor...
Three Types of Artificial Intelligence
Artificial Intelligence is a field that is going to expand rapidly in the coming decades. We (humans) have made tremendous strides in the development of Artificial Intelligence technology ever since Computers became mainstream back in the 1970s. According to AI scholars, an AI is defined as "A sense of intelligence exhibited...
How Could Digital Disruption Cure A Crisis?
The healthcare crisis presents challenges for all and sundry. This is mainly attributable to the fact that over 11 billion dollars are annually squandered because of lack of efficient communication tech. This massive figure also signifies how badly this industry requires change in its system. In the day and...
A DNA sequence. The first cell with a working artificial addition to its DNA has been created. (Credit: Gio.tto/Shutterstock) Scientists have taken another step towards putting two additional letters in the dictionary of life to work. Researchers at the Scripps Institute have engineered cells to successfully transcribe a brand new artificial DNA...
Over the past century, scientists have become adept at plotting the ecological interactions of the diverse organisms that populate the planet’s forests, plains and seas. They have established powerful mathematical techniques to describe systems ranging from the carbon cycles driven by plants to the predator-prey dynamics that dictate the...
Top 10 Tallest Skyscrapers Under Construction Today 1
The Burj Khalifa is largely regarded as the world's tallest skyscraper, but, like other titans of its past, it is up against some stiff future competition. Here is a list of the 10 tallest skyscrapers being built now. 10. Zhongguo Zun, Beijing, China Completed Height: 1,732 ft Being constructed in the Central...

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