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Located deep down in Anthony James’s basement is an insectary where students from the University of California, Irvine, are breaking the laws of evolution.
MIT has created a new sensor stethoscope that you swallow. This stethoscope, however, is the size of a pill and roams your body, monitoring your vital signs as it goes.
The latest digital currency will be paid to those willing to walk the walk.
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Thanks to machine learning and big data, Deepfield Robotics had built a robot named, Bonirob, which picks out weeds in crops.
In a world where technology is rapidly changing, Wu Pei began teaching her 6-year-old son to code. She began this journey thinking he’d enjoy learning a new skill that might boost his future job prospects, but now she runs classes in Nanjing, China to help parents introduce their children to the world of coding.