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Is Your Business Covered When It Comes To Security?

When your mind is only really plugged into growing your business, that business may be at risk, which is why you need to make sure that you cover off your business security as well. . . . → Read More: Is Your Business Covered When It Comes To Security?

Students Write App to Operate, Enhance Exoskeleton

Operating Mobile Maestro

A group of computer science students at Michigan State University designed a smartphone app to operate a robotic-arm exoskeleton for individuals with disabilities. . . . → Read More: Students Write App to Operate, Enhance Exoskeleton

Infographic: Countries with Highest Robot Density

Robotic density by country

Our friends at Statista published a chart this week showing installed industrial robots per 10,000 manufacturing workers. . . . → Read More: Infographic: Countries with Highest Robot Density

FDA Clears A.I. Software Detecting Diabetic Eye Disease

Fundus photograph

The Food and Drug Administration authorized a system for detecting diabetic retinopathy, a condition threatening the vision of people with diabetes, that uses artificial intelligence to analyze images of patients’ retinas. . . . → Read More: FDA Clears A.I. Software Detecting Diabetic Eye Disease

Implanted Sensor Monitors Alcohol in Body

Alcohol monitoring chip

A university bioengineering lab developed a tiny implantable sensor that in lab tests tracked alcohol levels in bodily fluids, while requiring little power, making it capable of operating for extended periods. . . . → Read More: Implanted Sensor Monitors Alcohol in Body

Advanced Wireless Research Platforms in Development

Test networks for advanced research on wireless technology are being established in Utah and New York by an academic-industry consortium coordinated by National Science Foundation. . . . → Read More: Advanced Wireless Research Platforms in Development

Analysis Reveals Ransomware Payment, Support Networks

In a two-year study, engineers and computer scientists trace the networks used by perpetrators to break in, encrypt, and hold for ransom the contents of personal or business computer systems, a growing form of cyber attack. . . . → Read More: Analysis Reveals Ransomware Payment, Support Networks

Self-Service A.I. Offered for Pathologists

A company in Finland is beginning a service that allows pathologists and researchers the ability to design their own artificial intelligence algorithms without writing code, for analyzing visual images of tissue samples. . . . → Read More: Self-Service A.I. Offered for Pathologists

A.I. Shown to Boost Cancer Clinical Trial Enrollment

Early results from a system using a supercomputer and artificial intelligence to match breast cancer patients to clinical trials shows faster screening and higher enrollment rates in these studies compared to manual methods. . . . → Read More: A.I. Shown to Boost Cancer Clinical Trial Enrollment

Company Formed to Develop Cancer Cell Therapies

The MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston is starting Optera Therapeutics Corp., a new company to commercialize its research on treating cancer with a patients’ own immune system cells. . . . → Read More: Company Formed to Develop Cancer Cell Therapies