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Geraldine Hamilton: Body parts on a chip

It's relatively easy to imagine a new medicine, a better cure for some disease. The hard part, though, is testing it, and that can delay promising new cures for years. In this well-explained talk, Geraldine Hamilton shows how her lab creates organs and body parts on a chip, simple structures with all the pieces essential to testing new medications -- even custom cures for one specific person.


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Richard Platt's curator insight, December 16, 2013 12:26 AM

We think this is an aweeome video, Geraldine Hamilton is totally awesome she is really geting at the heart of issues in the big pharma and healthcare field and addressing the issues intelligently, nothing but right on the lady, well worth every minute of this short video. Check it out it also has play in the semiconductor realm as well, (also why we like this too)

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Are Robots Going To Kill Your Next Job Or Create It?

Are Robots Going To Kill Your Next Job Or Create It? | Israeli tech | Scoop.it

Everyone agrees that some jobs for humans will be lost to robots, and some jobs for humans will be created because of robots. But there is a growing debate about the math. Will the robotics revolution be an aggregate job creator or job killer for humans?


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Scientists use DNA to shape graphene into the transistor of the future

Scientists use DNA to shape graphene into the transistor of the future | Israeli tech | Scoop.it

Increasingly, quantum computers are predicted to be the next great leap in computational power — but in reality they are more likely to be the nextnext great leap. Right now we have to tailor experimental quantum chips to their particular mathematical process of interest, literally build them to solve a specific problem; today’s silicon solutions will reach the peak of their potential long before we can go buy Intel or AMD’s new plug-and-play quantum processor. We need something that can continue to provide increasing computational power in the time between silicon’s peak and quantum’s grand beginning. One possible solution is graphene, a material that could dramatically increase computer performance without overturning the foundations of computer engineering.


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JUBORAX® Framework – Open Source Platform – Make your search smarter

JUBORAX® Framework – Open Source Platform – Make your search smarter.
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Warning over testicle-biting fish in Denmark? It's all wet

Warning over testicle-biting fish in Denmark? It's all wet | Israeli tech | Scoop.it
A warning for male swimmers in the Baltic to beware of a testicle-munching fish appears to have been a joke.
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IBM Research creates new foundation to program SyNAPSE chips

IBM Research creates new foundation to program SyNAPSE chips | Israeli tech | Scoop.it

Scientists from IBM unveiled on Aug. 8 a breakthrough software ecosystem designed for programming silicon chips that have an architecture inspired by the function, low power, and compact volume of the brain.
The technology could enable a new generation of intelligent sensor networks that mimic the brain’s abilities for perception, action, and cognition.
Dramatically different from traditional software, IBM’s new programming model breaks the mold of sequential operation underlying today’s von Neumann architectures and computers.
It is instead tailored for a new class of distributed, highly interconnected, asynchronous, parallel, large-scale cognitive computing architectures.


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Roger Ellman's curator insight, August 11, 2013 12:28 PM

Chip breakhtroughs are most important in getting our progress meters revving faster for all areas of technology. The benefits of the faster processing of date and/or the faster processing of complex control routines are enormnous.

 

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IT's curator insight, August 18, 2013 1:27 PM

Vědci z IBM představili průlomový software "ekosystemu" určený pro programování křemíkových čipů.

Tato technologie by mohla umožnit novou generaci inteligentních senzorových sítí, které napodobují mozkové schopnosti jako je vnímání, učení a činnost. V budoucnosti už nebude místo pro obyčejný mozek bez využití této a futurističtější technologie.

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US wants all cars to talk to each other with V2V technology - designboom

US wants all cars to talk to each other with V2V technology - designboom | Israeli tech | Scoop.it
the US transportation safety board has officially recommended the use of V2V (vehicle-to-vehicle) communication that would let cars 'talk' to each other.

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Stewart Dunn's curator insight, August 14, 2013 6:39 AM

perhaps less crashes and i can sllep as i drive!!!!

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11,000-electrode reprogrammable chip takes brain-computer interfaces to a new level

11,000-electrode reprogrammable chip takes brain-computer interfaces to a new level | Israeli tech | Scoop.it

For the rapidly advancing class of chips that have been developed to communicate with the brain, the ability to dynamically reconfigure the interface nodes has emerged as one of the most desirable features. A group of researchers from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology has built a powerful new chip that can be rapidly adapted to changing conditions at its interface points.


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Joe Stafura's curator insight, July 23, 2013 9:57 AM

Nice advancements in the observation tools, being able to reconfigure on the fly will be a nice upgrade to present method and increase the data from EEG studies it seems.

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Moto X leaks in up-close video tour

Moto X leaks in up-close video tour | Israeli tech | Scoop.it

"This afternoon, a video showing off the basics in the Motorola Moto X software experience have been leaked complete with several next-generation innovations for Android vanilla software builds. If you’re planning on picking the Motorola Moto X up inside Canada, it would appear that your only choice will be to jump onboard with Rogers. This video suggests that the smartphone will be a Rogers exclusive while we’re confident that here inside the USA, multiple carriers will be onboard with the machine."


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AOL partners with Israel's Taboola

AOL partners with Israel's Taboola | Israeli tech | Scoop.it
Business, Technology: American Internet giant signs agreement with Israeli startup for integration of recommended video content on group's websites, replacing deal with another Israeli company (RT @hfnlaw @AOL partners with Israel's Taboola
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Rodney Brooks: Why we will rely on robots

Scaremongers play on the idea that robots will simply replace people on the job. In fact, they can become our essential collaborators, freeing us up to spend time on less mundane and mechanical challenges. Rodney Brooks points out how valuable this could be as the number of working-age adults drops and the number of retirees swells. He introduces us to Baxter, the robot with eyes that move and arms that react to touch, which could work alongside an aging population -- and learn to help them at home, too.


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Bianca Sengos's curator insight, February 18, 2015 6:53 AM

Baxter combined with mind clone technology will mean I can send my clone robot into work while I go to the beach!

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How Google, Apple, Facebook and Others Use Your Personal Data (Infographic)

How Google, Apple, Facebook and Others Use Your Personal Data (Infographic) | Israeli tech | Scoop.it
A look at what some of the largest tech companies are doing with what they know about you.

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Arms dealer caught telling lies over exports to Israel

Arms dealer caught telling lies over exports to Israel | Israeli tech | Scoop.it
Freddy Versluys, an influential arms trade lobbyist in Belgium, claims he hasn't sold weapons to Israel for 15 or 20 years; papers from the Flemish authorities suggest otherwise.

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WhatsApp: Fake mails with malware in circulation

Now fake WhatsApp messages are in circulation, which have malware as an attachment, this false WhatsApp mail will install a Trojan

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Paul Misner's curator insight, September 19, 2013 7:30 AM

One of these crossed my path, looked pretty real Since I was using Gmail over Spikes, I was protected :)

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Future Space Robots Will Mimic Scientific Curiosity With Clever Cameras

Future Space Robots Will Mimic Scientific Curiosity With Clever Cameras | Israeli tech | Scoop.it

Modern exploration robots like NASA’s Curiosity rover are incredible. They’re strong machines, capable of driving, drilling, scooping, and even shooting lasers on other worlds. But the next generation of interplanetary probes will be smarter, with advanced computer and camera systems that let them recognize novel or interesting locations likely to yield important scientific discoveries.


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Cancer-fighting tech builds better micro rocket engines

Cancer-fighting tech builds better micro rocket engines | Israeli tech | Scoop.it
Scientists figure out how to use cancer treatment technology to steer nanosatellites in space.
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The top ten search engines for researchers that go beyond Google

The top ten search engines for researchers that go beyond Google | Israeli tech | Scoop.it
Mobile JISC

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Helen Rowling's curator insight, September 4, 2013 1:27 AM

BEYOND GOOGLE: Let us start a crusade...Let us promote the use of OTHER search engines so the research can be varied and more interesting...HRO

Kim Flintoff's curator insight, November 7, 2013 6:33 AM

Because a good curation strategy requires a quality search strategy...

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Digi Wireless Module Transforms NASA Robot from Research Project to Productive Member of Space Station Crew - M2M World News | Machine to Machine News

Digi Wireless Module Transforms NASA Robot from Research Project to Productive Member of Space Station Crew - M2M World News | Machine to Machine News | Israeli tech | Scoop.it

Wi-Fi connectivity will allow Robonaut to move freely throughout the International Space Station.


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FreeDigitalPhotos.net Terms and Conditions (summarised)

FreeDigitalPhotos.net Terms and Conditions (summarised) | Israeli tech | Scoop.it
FreeDigitalPhotos.net Terms of Use. Thousands of royalty free stock images for instant download. For commercial and non-commercial use. No registration required.

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Quantum boost for artificial intelligence

Quantum boost for artificial intelligence | Israeli tech | Scoop.it

Quantum computers of the future will have the potential to give artificial intelligence a major boost, a series of studies suggests.


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10 Surprising Things You Didn’t Know Wolfram Alpha Could Do

10 Surprising Things You Didn’t Know Wolfram Alpha Could Do | Israeli tech | Scoop.it
I continue to be amazed by Wolfram Alpha and the way it crunches numbers around openly available data. The result – it shows us the world in a far more inter-connected and interesting way.

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Why the military is a game changer for clean power

Why the military is a game changer for clean power | Israeli tech | Scoop.it
U.S. military strategies are often cloaked in secrecy, but the American military’s very public plan to use more clean power offers a bright spot for solar companies, from tech startups to project developers.
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Legs for paraplegics, and other startups from Israel’s ‘Silicon Wadi’

Legs for paraplegics, and other startups from Israel’s ‘Silicon Wadi’ | Israeli tech | Scoop.it
From tech to solar, Israel has a solid track record, attracting more venture capital per capita than the U.S. (This deserves a RT: Israel's "Silicon Wadi" creates exoskeleton suit to help paraplegics walk.
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Israeli Weapon Systems on the Flying Gunship?.

Israeli Weapon Systems on the Flying Gunship?. | Israeli tech | Scoop.it
The Italian-produced MC-27J will soon embark on an in-flight firing tests evaluating the plane's new roll-on/roll-off palletized weapon system.

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How you and I could become nodes in the internet of things

How you and I could become nodes in the internet of things | Israeli tech | Scoop.it

A group of French researchers believe that the sensors and transmitters we wear will route and relay data, not just collect it. We won’t just be connected to the network. We’ll be the network.


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ksraju's curator insight, June 11, 2013 11:08 AM

IT is human sense and human touch really matters .