• April 16, 2024

Two Forecasting Techniques Combined With AI To Approximate Flu Activity

Influenza is extremely contagious and can easily spread as individuals move about and travel. This makes the activity of tracking and forecasting flu a huge challenge. Whilst CDC is engaged in constantly monitoring patient visits for flu-like infections in the U.S., this data is mostly lagged behind for up to 2 Weeks than the actual…

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Verizon Claims It Will Not Roll Out Fake 5G Logos Similar To AT&T

Verizon claims that it will not lie to users about whether their handset is linked to a 5G network, as AT&T has fundamentally began to do. “We will not take an old handset and just modify the software to covert the 4 into a 5 in the status bar,” claimed Kyle Malady, at Verizon chief…

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HTC Declares New Vive Pro Eye VR Headset With Native Eye Tracking

HTC declared a new edition of its high-end Vive Pro VR headset at CES that has built-in & native eye tracking. The headset is dubbed as the Vive Pro Eye, and it commits to convey higher-quality virtual reality experiences, thanks to a tech dubbed as “foveated rendering.” The method lowers the objects’ picture quality on…

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NASA And Its Astronauts Are Decelerated By Government Shutdown, But Not Grounded

Reportedly, NASA has not been completely grounded by the government shutdown. The partial shutdown, which is the country’s longest ever, at 24 days and still counting, has of course had a grave influence on the space agency. More than 95% of NASA workers have been furloughed, and growth effort on most future space missions has…

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Infrared Light Can Be Converted Into Visible Light By Novel Materials

  Scientists of Columbia University, in association with researchers from Harvard, have prospered in emerging a chemical process to visible light into infrared energy, permitting innocuous radiation to enter living tissue and additional materials deprived of the damage instigated by high-intensity light exposure. The investigation of the team is available in the January 16 issue…

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Human Brain Can Be Mapped At High Resolution

  Scientists have established a new way to image human brain with extraordinary speed and resolution. With this approach, they can trace specific neurons, locate connections among them, and picture organelles inside neurons, over huge sizes of human brain tissue. The new technology syndicates a technique for increasing brain issue, making it probable to image…

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AR Headset Firm Meta Closing Down After Assets Traded To Unknown Firm

Manufacturer of the Meta AR headset, Meta, has been sold to an unidentified firm after a months-long grapple to keep its doors unlocked. Next Reality uncovered a legal filing previous week claiming that assets of Meta had been traded. Now, Meta is verifying the headlines—but expressing guarded hopefulness about the new proprietor. As per both…

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Google Purchases Startup To Propel Assistant’s Answering Capabilities

Google announced that it purchased a start-up called Superpod. Reportedly, this firm was involved in creating an app that allowed users to post questions as well as get answers from experts quickly. The latest move by Google is supposed to assist boost its Assistant’s capability to precisely answer users’ questions. As per the report in…

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All-Electric Car By Infiniti Will Be Inspired By This Ostentatious Concept

Infiniti last year at North American International Auto Show in Detroit showed up with a low-slung, wild, futuristic car that seemed to come out of a villain’s garage from sci-fi movie. The oddest thing about that EV, although, was that the far-out concept was not electric. Rather than touting the future that parent firm Nissan…

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Microsoft, Kroger Compete Amazon With The Next Gen Grocery Store Project

Tech giant Microsoft has tied up with grocery chain Kroger to provide competition to Amazon’s grocery store with their futuristic pilot project which will provide cashier-less store facility to customers. The partnership is something of a response to Amazon’s foray into grocery supplies business after it acquired Whole Foods in 2017. The retail business of…

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Scientists Found Geckos Defying Physics

Gecko can climb walls, but these reptiles are also capable of running across the water as fast as they move on the ground. How these Geckos manage to avoid sinking into the water is still a mystery until now. The water walking ability has been found in smaller animals such as water striders. This is…

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Apple Recently Warned Regarding The Problem With The iPhones

It is not hidden that the company apple has some serious plans about redesigning the iPhone in the near-future, and that the company is working on it since some now. But despite this act, the official prices are getting even lower and a recent information has warned the range of the same about some real…

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