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Here is your SHAB TECHNOLOGY PLANET customized technology news for March 31, 2021.

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πŸ—ž TECHNOLOGY NEWSπŸ’»πŸ”§πŸ–₯:

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HOW TINY MACHINES BECOME CAPABLE OF LEARNING

Living organisms, from bacteria to animals and humans, can perceive their environment and process, store and retrieve this information. They learn how to react to later situations using appropriate actions. A team of physicists at Leipzig University led by Professor Frank Cichos, in collaboration with colleagues at Charles University Prague, have developed a method for giving tiny artificial microswimmers a certain ability to learn using machine learning algorithms. They recently published a paper on this topic in the journal Science Robotics.

ARTIST’S INTENT: AI RECOGNIZES EMOTIONS IN VISUAL ART

Experts in artificial intelligence have gotten quite good at creating computers that can “see” the world around them—recognizing objects, animals, and activities within their purview. These have become the foundational technologies for autonomous cars, planes, and security systems of the future.

AI-EQUIPPED BACKPACK ALLOWS THE BLIND TO WALK IN PUBLIC WITHOUT DOGS OR CANE

A team of researchers at the University of Georgia has created a backpack equipped with AI gear aimed at replacing guide dogs and canes for the blind. Intel has published a News Byte describing the new technology on their Newsroom page.

πŸ—ž PHYSICS NEWSβš™β™¨:

A BIO-INSPIRED MECHANO-PHOTONIC ARTIFICIAL SYNAPSE

Multifunctional and diverse artificial neural systems can incorporate multimodal plasticity, memory and supervised learning functions to assist neuromorphic computation. In a new report, Jinran Yu and a research team in nanoenergy, nanoscience and materials science in China and the US., presented a bioinspired mechano-photonic artificial synapse with synergistic mechanical and optical plasticity. The team used an optoelectronic transistor made of graphene/molybdenum disulphide (MoS2) heterostructure and an integrated triboelectric nanogenerator to compose the artificial synapse. They controlled the charge transfer/exchange in the heterostructure with triboelectric potential and modulated the optoelectronic synapse behaviors readily, including postsynaptic photocurrents, photosensitivity and photoconductivity. The mechano-photonic artificial synapse is a promising implementation to mimic the complex biological nervous system and promote the development of interactive artificial intelligence. The work is now published on Science Advances.

URANIUM COMPOUND ACHIEVES RECORD ANOMALOUS NERNST CONDUCTIVITY

New research has demonstrated that a magnetic uranium compound can have strong thermoelectric properties, generating four times the transverse voltage from heat than the previous record in a cobalt-manganese-gallium compound. The result unlocks a new potential for the actinide elements at the bottom of the periodic table and point to a fresh direction in research on topological quantum materials.

SCIENTISTS PUT ADDITIVE MANUFACTURED FOAMS TO THE TEST

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) scientists recently published the results of a three-week experimental campaign at the Lab’s Jupiter Laser Facility to test the performance of laser-heated additive manufactured foams.

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STUDY EXPOSES GLOBAL RIPPLE EFFECTS OF REGIONAL WATER SCARCITY

Water scarcity is often understood as a problem for regions experiencing drought, but a new study led by Tufts University researchers finds that not only can localized water shortages impact the global economy, but changes in global demand can have positive and negative ripple effects in river basins across the globe.

DIRECT OBSERVATIONS CONFIRM THAT HUMANS ARE THROWING EARTH’S ENERGY BUDGET OFF BALANCE

Earth is on a budget—an energy budget. Our planet is constantly trying to balance the flow of energy in and out of Earth’s system. But human activities are throwing that off balance, causing our planet to warm in response.

NEW STUDY INVESTIGATES THE INTEGRITY OF OIL AND GAS WELLS IN MULTIPLE STATES

In a groundbreaking study, a research team that included a Johns Hopkins engineer compiled and analyzed an unprecedented amount of regulatory data that describe the integrity of oil and gas wells in multiple states. The study results, published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, provides valuable insights for industry operators and regulatory agencies seeking to prevent well leakage and ensure the success of carbon storage, oil and gas production, natural gas storage, and hydrogen storage operations.

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SUPERNOVA SIMULATIONS REVEAL HOW STELLAR EXPLOSIONS SHAPE DEBRIS CLOUDS

Astronomers are now in a better position to interpret observations of supernova remnants thanks to computer simulations of these cataclysmic events by RIKEN astrophysicists.

NEW THEORY SUGGESTS LARGE BLOBS OF MATERIAL IN EARTH’S MANTLE ARE REMNANTS OF PROTOPLANET THEIA

A team of scientists at Arizona State University has proposed that the large blobs of material in Earth’s mantle (the large low-shear velocity provinces, LLSVPs) may be left over pieces of Theia, a protoplanet theorized to have struck Earth, resulting in the creation of the moon. The group argued their case at this year’s Lunar and Planetary Science Conference and are awaiting publication in Geophysical Research Letters.

NASA ANALYSIS: EARTH IS SAFE FROM ASTEROID APOPHIS FOR 100-PLUS YEARS

The near-Earth object was thought to pose a slight risk of impacting Earth in 2068, but now radar observations have ruled that out.

πŸ—ž NANOTECHNOLOGY NEWSβ›„β˜ƒ:

SORTING OUT NANODIAMONDS WITH FLUORESCENT CENTERS

Scientists have long been working on improving their ability to use lasers to move small objects without actually touching them. This method of ‘optical trapping and manipulation’ is already utilized in optics, biological sciences and chemistry. But objects become much more difficult to control once they grow to nanoscale size.

SINGLE-STRANDED DNA AS SUPRAMOLECULAR TEMPLATE FOR HIGHLY ORGANIZED PALLADIUM NANOWIRES

Nanowires are vital components for future nanoelectronics, sensors, and nanomedicine. To achieve the required complexity, it is necessary to control the position and growth of the metal chains on an atomic level. In the journal Angewandte Chemie, a research team has introduced a novel approach that generates precisely controlled, helical, palladium–DNA systems that mimic the organization of natural base pairs in a double-stranded DNA molecule.

PLASMON-COUPLED GOLD NANOPARTICLES USEFUL FOR THERMAL HISTORY SENSING

Researchers have demonstrated that stretching shape-memory polymers embedded with clusters of gold nanoparticles alters their plasmon-coupling, giving rise to desirable optical properties. One potential application for the material is a sensor that relies on optical properties to track an object or environment’s thermal history.

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