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Boeing is raising its profile on computational frontiers ranging from artificial intelligence to quantum communications by setting up a new organization called Disruptive Computing and Networks, or DC&N, to put those technologies to work in aerospace. The new organization will … Continue reading
Contact lenses and brain implants that can transmit data may sound like science-fiction gizmos but researchers at the University of Washington are turning them into science fact, thanks to a technological trick they call interscatter communication. The technology relies on … Continue reading
Unicorns are real! Scientists propose cloaking device to protect Earth from aliens! Glow-in-the-dark skin grown in lab! Those may sound like April Fool’s headlines, but they’re actually amped-up twists on real-life science. Check out five recent scientific revelations that take … Continue reading