Researchers in Vienna discussed the question of whether artificial intelligence will revolutionize medicine. They see stumbling blocks in the fears of patients and in still unresolved legal issues.
Eindhoven researchers present revolutionary light-emitting silicon: big step forward in production of photonic chips
That photonic chips have considerable advantages over electronic chips was already well known. Data transfer can take place faster and more cheaply and, moreover, without […]
Everything ARS Electronica, is the slogan in Linz from September 5 to 9, 2019. Linz is set to play host to Europe’s largest festival for […]
Biomechatronic engineers at the Linz Institute of Technology (LIT) have developed capacitive sensors for mind-controlled prosthetics, thereby significantly improving their quality. The prosthetics fit better and […]