AI Object Recognition System Operates at Speed of Light
AI Object Recognition System Operates at Speed of Light
Researchers have created a 3D-printed artificial neural network that uses light photons to rapidly process information.
AI Object Recognition System Operates at Speed of Light
AI Object Recognition System Operates at Speed of Light

Researchers have created a 3D-printed artificial neural network that uses light photons to rapidly process information.

Researchers have created a 3D-printed artificial neural network that uses light photons to rapidly process information.

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Collapsing Bubbles May Make Knuckle Cracks Noisy
Collapsing Bubbles May Make Knuckle Cracks Noisy
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A new mathematical model suggests the “popping” sound comes from partial bursts of gas sacs in joint fluid.
Renowned Cancer Theorist Dies
Renowned Cancer Theorist Dies
Alison F. Takemura | Jul 12, 2016
Alfred Knudson, who formulated the “two-hit” theory on the origins of cancer, has passed away at age 93.
Chromatin Conformation Computed
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By manipulating DNA sequences that guide genome-folding, researchers confirm an existing model of chromatin structure inside the nucleus.
NCI: Breast Cancer Cases Could Rise by 50 Percent
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Bob Grant | Apr 21, 2015
A National Cancer Institute model forecasts a marked increase in estrogen receptor-positive tumors among older women by 2030.
Study: Ebola Predictions Overstated
Study: Ebola Predictions Overstated
Jef Akst | Apr 2, 2015
Most forecasting methods used to predict the extent of the Ebola outbreak in West Africa overestimated the epidemic’s reach, an updated analysis shows.
Opinion: Calculating Cancer
Opinion: Calculating Cancer
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How a growing partnership between oncologists and mathematicians is moving research forward.
May the Best Model Win
May the Best Model Win
Aimee Swartz | Jun 4, 2013
Computational challenges are tapping the collective wisdom of the scientific community to solve medicine’s biggest problems.
Factoring in Face Time
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How the study of human social interactions is helping researchers understand the spread of diseases like influenza and HIV
Early Warning Signs
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