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A MODEL THAT CAN CREATE UNIQUE CHINESE CALLIGRAPHY ART
Over the past few years, computer scientists have developed increasingly advanced and sophisticated artificial intelligence (AI) tools, which can tackle a wide variety of tasks. This includes generative adversarial networks (GANs), machine-learning models that can learn to generate new data, including text, audio files or images. Some of these models can also be tailored for creative purposes, for instance, to create unique drawings, songs or poems.
STUDY SUGGESTS SMART ASSISTANT DESIGN IMPROVEMENTS FOR DEAF USERS
Despite the inherent challenges that voice-interaction may create, researchers at the Penn State College of Information Sciences and Technology recently found that deaf and hard-of-hearing users regularly use smart assistants like Amazon’s Alexa and Apple’s Siri in homes, workplaces and mobile devices.
HYUNDAI SHARES SOAR ON APPLE CAR TALKS REPORTS
Shares in South Korean automaker Hyundai soared Friday on the back of reports it was in talks with Apple for a joint project to manufacture self-driving electric vehicles.
🗞 PHYSICS NEWS⚙♨:
USING THE SYK MODEL TO EXAMINE THE FAST-CHARGING PROCESS OF QUANTUM BATTERIES
The Sachdev-Ye-Kitaev (SYK) model, an exactly solvable model devised by Subir Sachdev and Jinwu Ye, has recently proved useful for understanding the characteristics of different types of matter. As it describes quantum matter without quasiparticles and is simultaneously a holographic version of a quantum black hole, it has so far been adopted by both condensed matter and high-energy physicists.
ENTANGLING ELECTRONS WITH HEAT
A joint group of scientists from Finland, Russia, China and the U.S. has demonstrated that temperature difference can be used to entangle pairs of electrons in superconducting structures. The experimental discovery, published in Nature Communications, promises powerful applications in quantum devices, bringing us one step closer to applications of the second quantum revolution.
RESEARCHERS ACHIEVE ON-DEMAND STORAGE IN INTEGRATED SOLID-STATE QUANTUM MEMORY
Researchers from CAS Key Laboratory of Quantum Information of the University of Science and Technology of China (USTC) of the Chinese Academy of Sciences have demonstrated on-demand storage of photonic qubits in an integrated solid-state quantum memory for the first time. This work was published in Physics Review Letters.
🗞 EARTH NEWS🌏:
2020 TIES 2016 AS HOTTEST YEAR ON RECORD
2020 has tied 2016 as the hottest year on record, the European Union’s climate monitoring service said Friday, keeping Earth on a global warming fast track that could devastate large swathes of humanity.
NEW ANALYSIS HIGHLIGHTS IMPORTANCE OF GROUNDWATER DISCHARGE INTO OCEANS
An invisible flow of groundwater seeps into the ocean along coastlines all over the world. Scientists have tended to disregard its contributions to ocean chemistry, focusing on the far greater volumes of water and dissolved material entering the sea from rivers and streams, but a new study finds groundwater discharge plays a more significant role than had been thought.
CO2 LEVELS THIS YEAR ’50 PERCENT HIGHER THAN 18TH CENTURY’
Carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere will this year reach levels 50 percent higher than before the industrial revolution because of manmade emissions, Britain’s Met Office predicted on Friday.
🗞 ASTRONOMY & SPACE NEWS🌪🎇:
CHINESE RESEARCHERS OBTAIN THE MOST COMPLETE TYPE IA SUPERNOVA TEMPLATE
Type Ia supernovae, as cosmological distance indicators, have led to the discovery of the accelerating expansion of the Universe. Nevertheless, the nature of their progenitors and explosion mechanisms remain unsolved mysteries.
EVIDENCE OF WATER MOVEMENT FOUND IN METEORITES THAT ONLY RECENTLY FELL TO EARTH
A team of researchers affiliated with institutions in Australia, the U.S. and France has found evidence of relatively recent water movement in meteorites that only recently collided with the Earth. In their paper published in the journal Science, the group describes their study of carbonaceous chondrite (CC) meteorites that landed on the surface of the Earth within the past century and what they found.
CHANDRA OBSERVATIONS REVEAL EXTRAORDINARY MAGNETAR
In 2020, astronomers added a new member to an exclusive family of exotic objects with the discovery of a magnetar. New observations from NASA’s Chandra X-ray Observatory help support the idea that it is also a pulsar, meaning it emits regular pulses of light.
🗞 NANOTECHNOLOGY NEWS⛄☃:
FAST TRANSPORT IN CARBON NANOTUBE MEMBRANES COULD ADVANCE HUMAN HEALTH
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) researchers have discovered that carbon nanotube membrane pores could enable ultra-rapid dialysis processes that would greatly reduce treatment time for hemodialysis patients.
NANOSHEET-BASED ELECTRONICS COULD BE ONE DROP AWAY
Scientists at Japan’s Nagoya University and the National Institute for Materials Science have found that a simple one-drop approach is cheaper and faster for tiling functional nanosheets together in a single layer. If the process, described in the journal ACS Nano, can be scaled up, it could advance development of next-generation oxide electronics.
NANOCRYSTALS THAT ERADICATE BACTERIAL BIOFILMS
The COVID-19 pandemic is raising fears of new pathogens such as viruses or drug-resistant bacteria. On this note, a Korean research team has recently drawn attention for developing the technology for removing antibiotic-resistant bacteria by controlling the surface texture of nanomaterials.
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