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October, 2017

  • 16 October

    FDA-approved robotically-assisted surgical device

    FDA-approved robotically-assisted surgical device

    At 13 October,  the U.S. Food and Drug Administration cleared the Senhance System, a new robotically-assisted surgical device (RASD) that can help facilitate minimally invasive surgery.  New robotically-assisted surgical device for adult patients RASD, sometimes referred to as automatic surgery, is one blazon of the computer-assisted surgical system. RASD enables the …

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  • 15 October

    Baidu’s Level 4 self-driving cars with BAIC by 2021

    Baidu's Level 4 self-driving cars with BAIC by 2021

    Baidu team up with Chinese automaker BAIC Baidu, China’s internet technology giant, hopes to be in the business of mass producing autonomous cars by 2021. Chinese internet titan Baidu has been working on autonomous vehicle research for years. After a failed partnership with BMW, Baidu opened itself up to team up with other companies. The internet …

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  • 8 October

    Qualcomm teams with Benchmark Electronics on wearable patches

    Qualcomm teams with Benchmark Electronics

    Benchmark is targeting a 2018 launch date for the biometric patches. Qualcomm teams with Benchmark Electronics on wearable patches Qualcomm Life is working with electronics company Benchmark to create low-cost, disposable biometric patches that will help hospitals to monitor patients inside and outside the hospital. “A patient walks in the …

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  • 4 October

    Self-powered patch monitors glucose levels during exercise

    Self-powered patch monitors glucose levels during exercise

    Diabetics could soon have an effective, non-invasive way to measure glucose levels during exercise, thanks to a patch designed by researchers at the State University of New York. The paper-based patch sticks directly onto the skin like a Band-Aid, and wicks sweat into a reservoir where it’s converted into electrical …

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  • 2 October

    National Institute of Polar Research: Graphical evidence of extreme magnetic storm

    The diary of the Higashi-Hakura family

    Japanese researchers combine historic accounts of a rare red aurora with modern methods to describe an extreme magnetic storm over Kyoto in the 18th century. Graphical evidence of extreme magnetic storm   Auroras are lightshows that typically occur at high latitudes such as the Arctic and Antarctic; however, they expand …

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September, 2017

  • 30 September

    Health advice from the Mayo Clinic

    Amazon's Alexa now offers

    Amazon’s Alexa now offers health advice from the Mayo Clinic Basic health information and advice provided by the Mayo Clinic is now available on Amazon Alexa-enabled devices. Owners who have downloaded the Mayo Clinic First Aid skill (Amazon’s version of apps) need only voice their concerns to receive answers to …

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  • 27 September

    Fujitsu FIP Provides Mitsubishi Motors Health Insurance

    Mitsubishi Motors Health Insurance Society

    Fitbit’s wearable devices and services will soon be included in Japanese tech company Fujitsu’s corporate wellness program. The program will offer 10,000 employees of Mitsubishi Motors Health Insurance Society a chance to earn redeemable fitness points using the Fitbit Charge 2 and a cloud-based data system, thereby making it one …

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  • 25 September

    Interview: Dr. Josh Luke

    Dr. Josh Luke:

    Dr. Josh Luke     Interview with ComingTechs Newsdesk: Tell us about your book “Ex-Acute 2017”.  Dr. Josh Luke: Ex-Acute 2017: Ensuring affordable healthcare in America, What every American needs to know, is a tell-all book revealing healthcare industry secrets to explain concepts and advise how to save money on personal and family …

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  • 23 September

    Benefits & Risks of Artificial Intelligence

    Benefits & Risks of Artificial Intelligence

    In this article the Max Tegmark, President of the Future of Life Institute, explained his concern about Benefits & Risks of Artificial Intelligence. Benefits & Risks of Artificial Intelligence How can AI be dangerous? The AI is programmed to do something devastating: Autonomous weapons are artificial intelligence systems that are …

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  • 19 September

    National Institute of Genetics: Eating with the eyes’ is hard-wired in the brain

    Eating with the eyes' is hard-wired in the brain

    Have you ever wondered why just seeing food can make your mouth start to water? By visualizing neuronal activity in specific areas of the zebrafish brain, scientists at the National Institute of Genetics (NIG) in Japan have revealed a direct link between visual perception of food and feeding motivation. The …

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