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September, 2017

  • 19 September

    Artificial intelligence can predict the suicide

    Artificial intelligence can predict the suicide

    Artificial intelligence can predict the suicide Recently Walsh and her team created machine-learning algorithms that predict, with unnerving accuracy, the likelihood that a patient will attempt suicide. With suicide leading to 800,000 deaths worldwide every year, this is a public health issue that cannot be ignored. When someone commits suicide, …

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  • 16 September

    Interview: Udaya Kumar

    Interview: Udaya Kumar

    Udaya Kumar Interview with ComingTechs Newsdesk: Tell us about Yourself. Udaya: To introduce myself, I am an entrepreneur and an AI enthusiast. I have a programming background and have just ventured into entrepreneurship. I am currently pursuing my undergraduate studies in Computer Science. I have worked in a driverless car project (Project …

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  • 11 September

    Sokendai News: Phoenicid Meteor Shower from Dead Comet Arises again after 58 Years

    Phoenicid Meteor Shower from Dead Comet Arises again after 58 Years

    Phoenicid Meteor Shower from Dead Comet Arises again Japanese astronomers observed the elusive “Phoenicid meteor shower” and have determined that it was spawned by the now vanished Comet Blanpain. They also found that Comet Blanpain was active, though only weakly, in the early 20th Century. This is the first time …

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  • 9 September

    Interview of ARNAB PAUL: CEO, Patient Planet.

    Interview of ARNAB PAUL: CEO, Patient Planet

    Arnab Paul: CEO of Patient Planet   Interview with ComingTechs     Newsdesk: What motivated you to work in healthcare areas? Arnab Paul: I belong to a family of doctors, my Grandfather was a Eye Surgeon of undivided Bihar, and my father Dr M.C. Paul was a Pathologist from the …

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August, 2017

  • 27 August

    Coming Techs of this week: 27 August 2017

    World's first trigonometry

    Robot  OptoForce: a better way of sensors for robots Robotics technology provider of multi-axis force and torque sensors OptoForce has renamed its HEX-70-XE-200N and HEX-70-XH-200N end-of-arm robot sensors. Both also include several new enhancements — though the sensors’ prices will remain the same. [More] MIT Robogami Lets You Design 3D-Printed …

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  • 22 August

    Coming three big technologies

    big technologies

    3D printing: 3D printing is one of Coming three big technologies. Advances in 3D printing have already enabled to use a wide range of materials, including advanced nickel alloys, carbon fiberglass, conductive ink, electronics and biological material. These innovations are driving user demand as the practical applications for 3D printers to …

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  • 21 August

    Coming Techs of this week: 21 August 2017

    Coming Techs of this week: 21 August 2017

    Robot China Breaks Historic Records in Automation “China is by far the biggest robot market in the world regarding annual sales and regarding the operational stock,” said Joe Gemma, President of the International Federation of Robotics (IFR). “It is the fastest-growing market worldwide. There has never been such a dynamic …

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  • 15 August

    Scientists hack into a computer using DNA

    Scientists hack into a computer using DNA

    Scientists hack into a computer using DNA DNA is nature’s life-encoding molecule that store the information that need to be passed to the next ancestor. Scientist explored alternating ways to use this nature’s molecules for other means, something that we did not thought of before. One example is DNA can …

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  • 15 August

    Coming Techs of this week : 15 August 2017

    Coming Techs of this week : 15 August 2017 Robot & Artificial Intelligence IBM Watson Makes a Treatment Plan for Brain Cancer Patient in 10 Minutes; Doctors Take 160 Hours In treating brain cancer, time is of the essence. A new study, in which IBM Watson took just 10 minutes …

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  • 10 August

    Interview of Takeshi Kawano : sharp needle for better understanding of brain’s activity

    Interview of Takeshi Kawano- brain activity

    Interview of Takeshi Kawano: sharp needle for better understanding of brain’s activity Stable recording of single neuronal activity is very important to understand the brain’s activity. Recently a remarkable achievement has been done by Professor Takeshi Kawano. He discussed his recent paper with ComingTechs contributor Dr. Mashiur Rahman. The title …

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