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Apple Research app arrives on iPhone and Apple Watch with three opt-in health studies

Apple Research app arrives on iPhone and Apple Watch with three opt-in health studies Apple in September announced its plans for a research app that would allow U.S. consumers to participate in health studies from their Apple devices. Today, that app has gone live for both iPhone and Apple Watch for customers […]

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Looking Beyond Meat, the future of food investment looks pretty cheesy

Looking Beyond Meat, the future of food investment looks pretty cheesy As Beyond Meat continues its reign as one of the kings of this year’s IPO mountain and Impossible Foods serves up impossibly good numbers for Burger King, venture capitalists seem ready to feast on new food deals. And judging by market […]

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Facebook users who quit the social network for a month feel happier

Facebook users who quit the social network for a month feel happier New research out of Stanford and New York University took a look at what happens when people step back from Facebook for a month. Through Facebook, the research team recruited 2,488 people who averaged an hour of Facebook use each […]

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Morressier makes it easy to share early research

Morressier makes it easy to share early research By the time you hear about a research project online or in the news it’s probably already gone through countless iterations and changes. Until Morressier, however, that early stage research was done separately by researchers who barely interacted with each other. Morressier is a […]

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The next big restaurant chain may not own any kitchens

The next big restaurant chain may not own any kitchens If investors at some of the biggest technology companies are right, the next big restaurant chain could have no kitchens of its own. These venture capitalists think the same forces that have transformed transportation, media, retail and logistics will also work their […]

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Amazon expands its Alexa Fund Fellowship to a total of 18 universities, up from 4 last year

Amazon expands its Alexa Fund Fellowship to a total of 18 universities, up from 4 last year Amazon announced this morning a further investment in voice technology with an expansion of its Alexa Fund Fellowship to 14 new universities, up from only 4 in 2017, the Fellowship’s first year. The program, which […]

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Teaching computers to plan for the future

Teaching computers to plan for the future As humans, we’ve gotten pretty good at shaping the world around us. We can choose the molecular design of our fruits and vegetables, travel faster and further and stave off life threatening diseases with personalized medical care. However, what continues to elude our molding grasp […]

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MIST paints your walls so you don’t have to

MIST paints your walls so you don’t have to If you’ve ever painted a room you know that getting every nook and cranny is pretty difficult and Tim Allen help you if you have hardwood or carpet. The tarp alone costs more than the paint. Now, thanks to MIST, your robot can […]

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Inspired by insect ears, Soundskrit wants to make microphones magically directional

Inspired by insect ears, Soundskrit wants to make microphones magically directional  Voice control is everywhere these days, but to hear people effectively from every direction, devices like the Echo need to have a whole collection of microphones in them — but they take up space, require extra processing power, and restrict industrial […]

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Researchers can now make neighborhood voting predictions from Google Street View images

Researchers can now make neighborhood voting predictions from Google Street View images  In a sign that computers will be able to perform image analysis as fluently as text analysis, a group of Stanford-based researchers were able to make accurate predictions about neighborhood voting patterns based on millions of pictures collected from Google […]

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