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06.23.17
IBM-powered DNA sequencing could find bacteria in raw milk
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IBM-powered DNA sequencing could find bacteria in raw milk

They plan to sequence the DNA and RNA of milk and the microbes it typically gets in contact with.

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04.11.17
Robots could soon cooperate on surveillance
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Robots could soon cooperate on surveillance

Researchers are working on AI that works together to track objects.

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06.04.16
ICYMI: Raining tiny satellites and the laundry-folding machine
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ICYMI: Raining tiny satellites and the laundry-folding machine

Saving all of you who'd rather wear wrinkly clothes than ever fold something properly.

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06.03.16
Cornell researchers create 3D printer that builds as you work
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Cornell researchers create 3D printer that builds as you work

The 'on-the-fly' 3D print system aims for easy changes while prototyping.

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05.27.16
Brain glucose levels can predict someone waking from a coma
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Brain glucose levels can predict someone waking from a coma

Cornell University's measurement method was accurate eight out of ten times.

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05.20.16
Researchers develop passive-aggressive robotic roommate
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Researchers develop passive-aggressive robotic roommate

Using unsupervised learning, Watch-Bot's AI develops its own pet peeves.

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05.19.16
Ancient mega-tsunamis hint at cold Martian oceans
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Ancient mega-tsunamis hint at cold Martian oceans

And where there were cold oceans, there could well have been life.

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