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Facebook, Google, and Apple visit European Commission in talks on new AI Policy

Big tech companies are debating the dangers of artificial intelligence with the EU.February 17, 2020Though artificial intelligence (AI) is already changing our lives for the better, many experts believe it could also be a serious danger to humanity in the future if it is left unregulated.The European Union has recently led the way when it comes to efforts to keep big tech companies, with their immense power, in check.
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Science

Bionic prosthetic leg can be controlled by thoughts

May 25, 2015Ossur have revealed development of a bionic prosthetic leg that can be controlled by the thoughts of the person wearing it. The technology features sensors that are implanted which send wireless signals to the computer of the artificial limb and it allows for real time control along with more natural movements and responses.
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News

Researchers Find a New Achilles Heel for Blood Cancers

The new study shows that targeting nearby & 34;stoma& 34; cells might improve survival rates.January 16, 2020A group of researchers has found a new kind of treatment that will potentially improve survival rates. If further experiments are conducted, and this practice is applied to modern chemotherapy, cancer will stay gone after it’s beaten.
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Innovation

Scalevo wheelchair has treads to go up steps

June 21, 2015Wheelchair design has been changing for the better thanks to advancements in technology. We have seen wheelchairs that can take their occupants over the roughest terrain imaginable and now there is the Scalevo wheelchair, a chair that is able to go up and down steps. Image Source: Scalevo The Scalevo wheelchair is able to tackle steps thanks to its design of tank like treads of rubber that have been placed on the bottom of the chair.
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News

Beirut Satellite Images Show Catastrophic Scale of Explosive Damage, 135 Dead

Satellite images of Beirut before and after the colossal explosion depict catastrophic damage.August 05, 2020Satellite images broadcast on AFP TV and later posted to YouTube reveal the true extent of catastrophic damage done in Beirut following the ignition of major highly-explosive chemicals in a downtown warehouse with the terrifying force of a small nuclear bomb on Tuesday evening.
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