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Here is your SHAB TECHNOLOGY PLANET customized technology news for March 08, 2021.
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MEINGAME: A DEEP LEARNING METHOD TO CREATE VIDEOGAME CHARACTERS THAT LOOK LIKE REAL PEOPLE
In recent years, videogame developers and computer scientists have been trying to devise techniques that can make gaming experiences increasingly immersive, engaging and realistic. These include methods to automatically create videogame characters inspired by real people.
SOFT ROBOT SWIMS IN THE MARIANA TRENCH
A team of researchers affiliated with multiple institutions in China has developed a soft robot that can successfully swim in the Mariana Trench. In their paper published in the journal Nature,, the group describes their soft robot and its capabilities. Cecilia Laschi and Marcello Calisti with the National University of Singapore and the University of Lincoln, respectively, have published a News & Views piece in the same journal issue outlining the work by the team in China.
POWERPOINT LIVE HELPS MICROSOFT TEAMS USERS PRESENT REMOTELY
Thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic, many organizations around the globe have had to implement remote work policies, creating the need to address new challenges like virtual presentations and meetings.
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NEW MICROCOMB COULD HELP DISCOVER EXOPLANETS AND DETECT DISEASES
Tiny photonic devices could be used to find new exoplanets, monitor health, and make the internet more energy efficient. Researchers from Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden, now present a game-changing microcomb that could bring advanced applications closer to reality.
DOUBLING CREATION OF ANTIMATTER USING SAME LASER ENERGY
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) scientists have achieved a near 100 percent increase in the amount of antimatter created in the laboratory.
A POTENTIAL MODEL FOR A REAL PHYSICAL WARP DRIVE
A pair of researchers at Applied Physics has created what they describe as the first general model for a warp drive, a model for a space craft that could travel faster than the speed of light, without actually breaking the laws of physics. Alexey Bobrick, and Gianni Martire have written a paper describing their ideas for a warp drive and have published it in IOP’s Classical and Quantum Gravity.
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APPARENT ATLANTIC WARMING CYCLE LIKELY AN ARTIFACT OF CLIMATE FORCING
Volcanic eruptions, not natural variability, were the cause of an apparent “Atlantic Multidecadal Oscillation,” a purported cycle of warming thought to have occurred on a timescale of 40 to 60 years during the pre-industrial era, according to a team of climate scientists who looked at a large array of climate modeling experiments.
HOW GOVERNMENTS AND COMPANIES SHOULD LISTEN TO THE PEOPLE ON CLIMATE CHANGE
People are more engaged in reducing carbon emissions than previously thought—and governments, scientists and companies should listen to them—according to new research from the University of East Anglia and the UK Energy Research Centre.
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HUBBLE SOLVES MYSTERY OF MONSTER STAR’S DIMMING
Last year, astronomers were puzzled when Betelguese, the bright red supergiant star in the constellation Orion, dramatically faded, but then recovered. The dimming lasted for weeks. Now, astronomers have turned their sights toward a monster star in the adjoining constellation Canis Major, the Great Dog.
SPACEX STARSHIP LANDS UPRIGHT, THEN EXPLODES IN LATEST TEST
SpaceX’s futuristic Starship looked like it aced a touchdown Wednesday, but then exploded on the landing pad with so much force that it was hurled into the air.
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ADAPTING SOLAR ENERGY TECHNOLOGY TO DETECT CHEMICAL WARFARE AGENTS AND PESTICIDES
In a colorful solution to a dangerous problem, Australian scientists are adapting a component from cutting-edge solar cells to design a rapid, light-based detection system for deadly toxins.
ADVANCE IN ‘OPTICAL TWEEZERS’ TO BOOST BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH
Much like the Jedis in Star Wars use the Force to control objects from a distance, scientists can use light or optical force to move very small particles. The inventors of this ground-breaking laser technology, known as “optical tweezers,” were awarded the 2018 Nobel Prize in physics.
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