Current research at the Technical University of Graz refutes earlier theories on long-range charge transfer between organic and inorganic materials.
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The software program Station Connector from the German Fraunhofer Institute IPA works as a kind of translation machine.
According to researchers at the Max-Planck Institute in Germany, it is impossible to program an algorithm that can detect whether or not a superintelligent AI might harm the world.
Robots are taking over more and more tasks from people in factories. But what if these machines work together with people to make their work easier, more fun and better?
Frank van Harmelen is a professor in Knowledge Representation & Reasoning at the Department of Artificial Intelligence at the Free University of Amsterdam and director of […]
The population and the economy in the Metropolitan region of Rotterdam and The Hague (MRDH) are on the rise. There are more and more train […]
How can you check if an engine is damaged? You can wait until it stops working. Then it is obviously broken. You can take an […]
…and it can learn to compose and play music as well! A chip that is self-learning, neuromorphic, helps solve the energy problem of the internet […]
Without any physical device, virtual sensors can analyse the existing data produced by the car, measuring more things.
Nobody likes blood tests. But they are the best way to monitor our health. Now a Lithuanian start-up is trying to bring blood tests to you.
Quantum dots could revolutionize photovoltaic technology. One example would be incorporating them into windows to generate energy.
The University of Cambridge has succeeded in using artificial intelligence, brain scans and memory tests to develop an algorithm that can recognize Alzheimer's at an early stage.
Some fifty AI experts will begin working with ESA satellite images as of September. They want to use these images to develop algorithms that accurately depict humankind’s influence on the earth.
Politicians who pay more attention to their smartphones than to the debate arouse annoyance everywhere. A Flemish artist has found a solution. Katleen Gabriels wants to go even further.
Technology is going to play an even bigger role in greenhouse horticulture of the future. We must bear in mind that the focus here should not be on the technology but rather on the people involved.
A newly developed health assistant can prevent accidents arising from driver health problems by autonomously stopping the car and calling for help.
Basic molecules as ingredients in medicines, among others, can be made more sustainable in Europe using flow chemistry, contends Rinus Broxterman CTO of InnoSyn.
Using satellite data, German researchers have produced over several years detailed maps of what agricultural land use looks like in Germany for the first time.
An international group of researchers sees France as the big winner in the European soccer championship. But England and Spain may also have a chance.
A group of international researchers has shown in studies how computer simulations can provide information more accurately and faster than traditional physical wind tunnel experiments.