In China, ubiquitous cameras surveil restive minorities. In the US, algorithms determine whether people get locked up.
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As sensors connected to artificial intelligence proliferate, machines will see right through our poker face.
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Artificial intelligence algorithms are creating portraits, movies, and music, though the results are often mechanical.
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An artificial intelligence platform can analyze genomic data extremely quickly, picking out key patterns to classify different types of colorectal tumors and improve the drug discovery process. The deeper analysis shows some colorectal subtypes need to be rec Read more at Sciencedaily.com
The "Global Bioinformatics Partnering Terms and Agreements 2014 to 2019" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
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Chimeric antigen receptor (CAR) T cells engineered to overexpress the canonical AP-1 transcription factor c-Jun are resistant to T cell exhaustion, and provide enhanced therapeutic benefit in mouse tumour models. Read more at Nature.com
From big savings on all Theragun models to 50% off DNA testing services, the holiday discount season isn't just about computers and tech.
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For many of us, our ancestry can be a bit of a mystery we don't care much about solving but knowing where your family comes from can provide deep insights into your wellness long term. Instead of diving into a series of awkward conversations with your famil Read more at Mashable14:08:39 UTC
Tree conservation strategies based on genetic data are best suited for landscapes affected by a rapidly changing climate, a study suggests.
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Its well known that some areas of the UK are poorer than others. These include Wales and northern Britain, which used to be coal-mining areas. Now we have discovered that these regional economic inequalities are in line with regional differences in DNA as we Read more at The Next Web
As the year comes to a close and we start to look ahead to 2020, we thought that we would highlight some of our favorite Nature Genetics papers from 2019. This snapshot also captures some of the topics and themes in genetics that we are most excited to see de Read more at Nature.com14:08:29 UTC
SEOUL, South Korea--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- #KOSDAQ038290--The joint research team from Seoul National University Bundang Hospital and Macrogen released one of the largest Northeast Asian Reference Database Read more at Businesswire.com
The most widely appreciated role of DNA is to encode protein, yet the exact portion of the human genome that is translated remains to be ascertained. We previously developed PhyloCSF, a widely used tool to identify evolutionary signatures of protein-coding re Read more at Cshlp.org
VCs tout themselves as frontier technology investors, but most are using the same tools we've used for the past 20+ years Excel and recent college grads searching Google. Read more at TechCrunch15:37:26 UTC
Enterprise AI company Dataiku has announced some changes in its capitalization table. CapitalG (formerly Google Capital), Alphabets growth equity investment fund, is investing in the startup by buying out some of Serena Capitals shares. Serena Capital has b Read more at TechCrunch15:37:26 UTC
Enterprise AI company Dataiku has announced some changes in its capitalization table. CapitalG (formerly Google Capital), Alphabets growth equity investment fund, is investing in the startup by buying out some of Serena Capitals shares. Serena Capital has b Read more at TechCrunch
Using whole-genome sequencing data from 1,739 individuals, the GenomeAsia 100K Project catalogues genetic variation, population structure and disease associations to facilitate genetic studies in Asian populations and increase representation in genetics studi Read more at Nature.com00:00:00 UTC
Springer Nature and Wiley have concerns about lack of consent in genetics and facial-recognition papers.
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Over the last few centuries, business models have undergone an incredible transformation: Medieval guilds (i.e. smiths) 19th century factory system (i.e. textile mills) 20th century production line systems (i.e. Ford) 21st century network systems (i.e Read more at Substack.com
So far as I can tell, it is uncommon to come across educational content in the field of software development which provides an appropriate mixture of theoretical and practical information. If I was to guess why, I assume it is because individuals who focus on Read more at Smashingmagazine.com
Her adult children gave me a box of my fathers old family photographs they found in storage.
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A hotter-than-expected jobs report for November has Wall Street waxing extremely bullish.
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AI can be cool. AI can be strange. AI can be promising, or frightening. Here's AI at totally uncool and not frightening at all - bundled with a crappy MIDI keyboard, for... some... reason. The post Amazons AWS DeepComposer is peak not-not-knowing-what-AI-is- Read more at Cdm.link13:44:00 UTC
Industry executives and experts share their predictions for 2020. Read them in this 12th annual VMblog.com series exclusive. By Srivatsan Laxman, CEO Read more at VMblog.com. Read more at Vmblog.com23:31:00 UTC
The upcoming 5G adoption, faster fixed broadband connections, artificial intelligence (AI), robotics and high-quality video conferencing systems are likely to be instrumental drivers in making Chiang Mai a medical hub in the region in three years. Read more at Bangkokpost.com
EPFL researchers have developed Big Data tools for identifying new gene functions. The work identifies millions of connections between genes and their functions, and can facilitate the development of precision medicine. Read more at Phys.org21:06:06 UTC
Much remains unknown about diseases and the way our bodies respond to them, in part because the human genome is the complete DNA assembly that makes each person unique. Researchers have created new technology to help in understanding how the human body battle Read more at Sciencedaily.com19:50:00 UTC
Engineers at PicnicHealth talk about their culture, key values, current team members, open jobs, and what it is like working at PicnicHealth. Read more at Keyvalues.com
Particulates are just one component of air pollution, but they pose a significant health riskespecially the ones that are smaller than 2.5 microns. Particulate pollution can aggravate asthma and can contribute to heart disease, stroke, and other health condi Read more at Lifehacker.com18:47:06 UTC
Six months ago, Ford laid out an ambitious plan to expand its GoRide Health transportation service with an aim at delivering thousands of rides every day to hospitals, doctor offices and other health care facilities by the end of the year. In a few weeks, the Read more at TechCrunch16:00:00 UTC
Shopping for health insurance sucks for everyone, but if youre self-employed, it super sucks. Trying to estimate unpredictable income is like a high-stakes game of Numberwang where the prize is paying for something that should be free. Read more... Read more at Lifehacker.com
The use of facial recognition technology is continuing to expand, despite concerns about its accuracy and fairness and about how it could be used by governments to spy on people. These concerns have been heightened following a report by the Financial Times wh Read more at Engadget19:39:13 UTC
VCs tout themselves as frontier technology investors, but most are using the same tools we've used for the past 20+ years Excel and recent college grads searching Google. Read more at TechCrunch17:55:41 UTC
Andrea Thomasz of Diligent Robotics and Prayag Narula of LeadGenius spoke to Greg Epstein at EmTech Next, a conference organized by the MIT Technology Review. Read more at TechCrunch
One of China's most prominent scientists is facing a barrage of questions about images in dozens of papers produced by laboratories he leads. The Chinese Academy of Engineering has launched an investigation of the publications, by immunologist Cao Xuetao, pre Read more at Sciencemag.org00:00:00 UTC
Its tempting to stay a silent member, but you might be missing out on conferences, collaborations and publications, says Elena Schneider-Futschik. Read more at Nature.com23:35:15 UTC
China has become a formidable global leader in scientificincluding medicalresearch, with the world's largest publication output, a rapid surge in the number of highly cited researchers, and an increasingly unparalleled quality of scientific publications. Ho Read more at Thelancet.com
A new project aims to make LibGen, which hosts 33 terabytes of scientific papers and books, much more stable.
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Mysteries of the primordial universe; the unsung scientists of DNA; Galileo on trial -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
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If you want to improve your relationship, elevate your sex life, or up your dating game, a countless number of books promise to do just that. Insider asked researchers who study parenting, sex, consensually non-monogamous relationships, love addiction, and mo Read more at Insider.com
As much as we love a night in on the couch watching whatever is next in our Netflix queue, theres something great about putting on outside pants and being part of a live audience. Whether its a concert, movie or sporting event, sometimes its worth the hass Read more at Lifehacker.com08:37:32 UTC
Despite all the doom and gloom in the news in 2019, this year in sports unified an ever-polarizing world.
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Silver Lake bought about 10 percent in the parent company of the Premier League champion, making it one of the most valuable franchises in sports. Read more at The New York Times
AWS announced a new local zone today in LA, designed to provide customers in southern California with a set of higher bandwidth, lower latency compute resources. Its not a coincidence that this area is the epicenter of the entertainment industry. Having a lo Read more at TechCrunch16:00:10 UTC
From Blackfish to American Factory, these films will leave you learning something you never thought about before. Read more... More about Entertainment, Movies, Netflix, Mashable Video, and Streaming Service Read more at Mashable17:00:00 UTC
After months of thinking, curating, photographing, more thinking, we've come up with a holiday gift guide that covers all the bases (and budgets), from laptops and mobile devices, to toys, to the smart home, to book and media recommendations (only on nerdy su Read more at Engadget
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