Algorithm spots abnormal heart rhythms with doctor-like accuracy
Its creators say it's as good as a cardiologist.
Prototype '3D' chip from MIT could eliminate memory bottlenecks
It swaps out silicon for carbon nanotubes to combine the processor and RAM.
Stanford study uses big data to highlight racial biases in policing
The study is an ongoing, open sourced project.
AI film editor can cut scenes in seconds to suit your style
It can speed up the pace, intensify emotion or just go plain weird.
The future of a cleaner, cheaper power grid is batteries
What the mainland can learn from Hawaii’s electricity solutions
ICYMI: Submersible sticky situations and elongating elastomer electrodes
Plus, a watermelon at 20,000 volts.
Artificial synapse could be key to brain-like computing
Its low-power design learns and remembers through electrical signals.
Scientists are making VR displays that match your eyesight
They can prevent headaches and nausea caused by virtual reality experiences.
Science shows that anyone could become an online troll
It's just a matter of creating the right conditions.