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Energy Employees Not Ready for Office Return

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A survey shows a large majority of energy industry workers prefers to continue working remotely than return their regular offices during the Covid-19 pandemic. . . . → Read More: Energy Employees Not Ready for Office Return

Univ. Lab Develops Ransomware Detection Software

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A computer science lab at Southern Methodist University developed software that the researchers say detects ransomware before damage can occur. . . . → Read More: Univ. Lab Develops Ransomware Detection Software

Career Paths if You’re Into Software and Programming

Each of the career paths offer something interesting and unique. . . . → Read More: Career Paths if You’re Into Software and Programming

Mayo Clinic, A.I. Company Study Covid-19 Heart Disease

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A developer of software to diagnose heart disease from images with artificial intelligence is assessing Covid-19 infection patients for heart ailments with the Mayo Clinic. . . . → Read More: Mayo Clinic, A.I. Company Study Covid-19 Heart Disease

Industries Using Drones In Innovative Ways

In many industries, drones are changing the way that businesses do things and helping to improve safety in a lot of different ways. . . . → Read More: Industries Using Drones In Innovative Ways

Symptom App, Algorithm Predict Covid-19 Infections

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Data from millions of smartphone app users in the U.K. and U.S. reporting on Covid-19 symptoms show they could estimate a population’s Covid-19 infections. . . . → Read More: Symptom App, Algorithm Predict Covid-19 Infections

The behavior of the COVID-19 meta-structure provides the answer to stopping its spread

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Matrics2 posits that the Contact Avoidance System is a viable technical solution that if widely used would eliminate all the links in the COVID-19 meta-structure. . . . → Read More: The behavior of the COVID-19 meta-structure provides the answer to stopping its spread

[Updated] Fast Paper Strip Covid-19 Test Devised with Crispr

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A simple, fast test for Covid-19 infections with treated paper dipped in specimens is being created with the gene-editing technology Crispr. . . . → Read More: [Updated] Fast Paper Strip Covid-19 Test Devised with Crispr

A.I.-Aided Method Predicts Glaucoma Progression

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Clinical trial results show a technique visualizing cells in the retina and analyzed with an algorithm accurately predicts the progression of glaucoma. . . . → Read More: A.I.-Aided Method Predicts Glaucoma Progression

Infographic – U.S. Public Divided on Contact Tracking

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A survey by the Washington Post and University of Maryland released this week indicates the proposed app is getting a lukewarm reception at best. . . . → Read More: Infographic – U.S. Public Divided on Contact Tracking