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Let’s Dwell on Dwell Time: Threat Detection and Response in the Cloud Age

With all the complexity, layers of virtualization, and the sheer scale of the modern data center - particularly hybrid cloud configurations - even seasoned...
Trends Disrupting the Manufacturing Industry

Trends Disrupting the Manufacturing Industry

The first industrial revolution introduced the world to the potential of mechanization and changed history forever. Now, with the rise of data-driven technologies, we...
Is Magnetized Wire the Key Component Needed to Detect Cancer?

Is Magnetized Wire the Key Component Needed to Detect Cancer?

A new study carried out by researchers at Stanford University School of Medicine suggests that a magnetic wire could be used to capture hard...
Einstein Gates Proven Right Again by New Study

Einstein Gates Proven Right Again by New Study

Lorentz symmetry is a principle that states how everything in the universe should be assumed symmetrical and that any scientist should apply these same...
The Brief Guide in Main Characteristics of Printers

The Brief Guide in Main Characteristics of Printers

If you want to purchase a printer, you need to know at least basic concepts about them in order to choose the best model...

How Drones are Changing the World as We Know It

Over the past few years, the use of drones in both a commercial and a personal environment has risen considerably. One area, in particular, that seems to have benefited largely from the introduction of drones is within the realms of data collection. Through the...

Engineers Develop New System for Signaling Out Certain Sounds in Music Videos

Engineers Develop New System for Signaling Out Certain Sounds in Music Videos
Using artificial intelligence (AI), engineers from MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) have developed a new system that can extract just one instrument sound from a whole video. Not only that, the deep learning system can also make those sounds louder or...

Scientists Develop New Technique to Study Antibiotic Resistance  

Scientists Develop New Technique to Study Antibiotic Resistance  
It’s quite an alarming thought that antibiotic resistance is spreading worldwide, but it is. Thankfully, a group of EMBL researchers has developed a technique that helps them study the melting behavior of proteins, which in turn helps them better study bacteria.  The technique is called...

What are Skill Based Slot Machines?

What are Skill Based Slot Machines?
With the rise of online casinos, Playstations, Xbox, and other types of gaming that are more conveniently played at home or online, actual casinos and traditional slots especially to the younger generation or what we call Millennials. The more advanced technology is, the more...

5 Ways Artificial Intelligence Can Make the Construction and Engineering Sector More Efficient

5 Ways Artificial Intelligence Can Make the Construction and Engineering Sector More Efficient
It is not a secret that technology has made its way into many different sectors, even the highly specialized ones. This even more true thanks to AI technology, that is slowly but surely making its way into many different areas. One of the latest...

It’s Raining on the Self-Driving Car Parade

It’s Raining on the Self-Driving Car Parade
The development of the self-driving car industry is advancing incredibly fast. No longer is Tesla the only ones daring to test the trend. Now, General Motors, Uber, and even Google have their own working prototypes roaming the roads. It appears that they’re gaining popularity...

How a Collision with the Sausage Galaxy Made the Milky Way What it is Today

How a Collision with the Sausage Galaxy Made the Milky Way What it is Today
Around 8 to 10 billion years ago, astronomers predict that our very own Milky Way galaxy had a head-on collision with a much smaller object, nicknamed the ‘Sausage’ galaxy. And, it’s this cosmic collision that scientists believe is responsible for reshaping the structure of...

How the Brain Understands What We See and Knows the Right Action to Take 

How the Brain Understands What we See and Takes Knows the Right Action to Take Action 
When you see something you want in the store, you reach for it. When you notice the traffic lights begin to change green, you put your foot down. And while these things seem like completely natural responses to everyday occurrences, there's a lot more...

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