AI Can Sense Humans Through Walls Using Radio Signals

AI Can Sense Humans through walls

Researchers develop a neural network that can identify people on the other side of the wall based on their gait.  Using radio signals, the AI accurately predicts people’s postures and movements without any cameras. By 2030, artificial intelligence will contribute more than $15 trillion to the world economy – PwC report. Over the last few couple ...

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High Resolution Catalogue Of Star Forming Galaxies In Visible & UV Light

Ultraviolet LEGUS - Catalogue Of Star Forming Galaxies

Astronomers created most complete ultraviolet light survey of galaxies in the local universe.  The catalogue contains nearly 8,000 young clusters and 39 million stars.  They gathered data from Hubble’s ‘Advanced Camera for Surveys’ and ‘Wide Field Camera 3’.  Astronomers mostly use ultraviolet light to detect hottest and youngest stars in the universe. These stars are extremely ...

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Graphene Will Be Soon Used In Electronic Devices

Graphene In Electronic Devices

Researchers discovered a method to change the electrical conductivity of graphene using hydrostatic pressure. The study gives us in-depth knowledge about the properties of the band gap in graphene. Consisting of a thin layer of carbon atoms locked in a hexagonal lattice, Graphene exhibits several unusual properties. It efficiently conducts electricity and heat, and has interesting light absorption ...

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Optical Microscope Can Provide Atomic Accuracy

Calibration of optical microscope

Researchers develop a new technique to make optical microscope more accurate while imaging nanoparticles.  They put an optical microscope under a microscope to achieve precision with high accuracy.  Optical microscopes are one of the simplest and oldest design of microscope developed in the 17th century. Over the past 20 years, researchers have made several improvements in ...

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16 Interesting Facts About CN Tower

Facts about CN Tower

The CN Tower is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Canada. Situated in downtown Toronto, the building was completed in 1976 and since then it has been used as an observation and a communication tower. It also hosts a restaurant and other attractions. Since its inauguration, millions of tourists from around the world visit ...

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Accelerating Thermoelectric Power Under Strong Magnetic Fields

Accelerating Thermoelectric Power

Physicists have developed a theoretical model that can make thermoelectric materials 5 times more efficient than what we have today.  A topological Semimetals, lead tin selenide, under an extremely strong magnetic field, can transform 18% of heat into electricity.  How nice it would be if you could recharge the battery of your car from the ...

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A New “Giant Comet” Model Of Pluto Formation

pluto formation

Scientists built a cosmochemical model that expands our understanding of Pluto’s origin and evolution.  They perform an in-depth investigation of whether molecular nitrogen N2 on Pluto could be a primordial species.  Pluto was first discovered in 1930 by an American astronomer, Clyde Tombaugh. At the time of the discovery, it was considered a planet, but was ...

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AI Can Precisely Map Every Building In the United States

Ai can map every building in the US

Researchers build a Deep convolutional neural network that can map every building in the US, using satellite imagery.  To do this, they combined signed-distance labels with SegNet (a deep learning network).  The system processes an area of 56 kilometer square in less than one minute. In the last couple of years, high resolution remote sensing imagery has ...

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20 Interesting Facts and Statistics About GitHub

Statistics About GitHub

GitHub is the best platform for sharing code with colleagues, classmates, friends and complete strangers. To make sure you do this without any interruption, GitHub provides dozens of features including access control, task management, feature requests, bug tracking and wikis for all projects. Tom Preston-Werner, Chris Wanstrath and PJ Hyett launched GitHub.com on 10th April 2008, and within ...

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