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Weak AI

Weak AI is one of two differing views on the eventual capabilities of artificial intelligence systems. Weak AI argues that artificial intelligences will never achieve sentience, and the best we can ever hope for is pattern recognition systems, pathfinding and scheduling. Expert systems and the like. According to weak AI, self-aware artificial consciousness is just not possible.

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Simplicity Versus Realism in Medical VR
We are so caught up in our desire for ever greater realism and ever greater accuracy when using VR and modelling tools to render the human body for diagnosis in whole or in part, that we often forget the benefits of simplicity. HemoVis, a medical VR tool for assessing weak points in the coronary system, achieves far better results with a 2D system than 3D with all the bells and whistles used more commonly in diagnosis.


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University of Florida engineering researchers have found they can ignite certain nanoparticles using a low-power laser, a development they say opens the door to a wave of new technologies in health care, computing and automotive design.

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A tiny sensor that is not much bigger than a grain of rice can detect magnetic fields as weak as those produced by a mouse's heart.

The sensor, known as an atomic magnetometer, could be used sensing brain activity. It can de...

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On Sunday, atmospheric condit...

Transfers of large amounts of data across the Internet to wireless devices suffer from a key problem: The Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) used to send and receive that data can be unnecessarily slow.

A company called Aspe...