Humans Look To Artificial Intelligence To Rescue Them From COVID

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    Wuhan Coronavirus: Research Explains How It Is Transmitted Between Humans

    The Wuhan Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) has caused an alarm across the globe, putting it on high alert, and has them on the lookout for transcontinental transmission, mainly due to what happened during th

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    Rice Researchers Find The Reason For Degradation Of Lithium-ion Batteries

    Rice University scientists have now brought to light the hazards of certain defects in lithium-ion cells. Materials scientist Ming Tang and Kaiqi Yang, a graduate student, introduced new stimulation

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    Point Of Care (PoC) Diagnostics Market To Deliver A 9.8% CAGR To Reach 50.5 Billion By 2026

    The rise in medical issues primarily due to the increasing geriatric population, technological advancements, strategic initiatives including joint ventures, product launches, mergers and acquisition

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    Wi-Fi Motion Sensing: Transforming Healthcare Assistance And Home Security

    Since it was introduced in 1999, Wi-Fi has become omnipresent. As per the Wi-Fi Alliance, the 40 billion devices were shipped in the year 2019, just 20 years after the first. Not unpredictably, Wi-F

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    Primary Trends That Will Define The Chemical Industry's Future

    For several years the global chemicals sector has been fighting decreasing margins, rapidly expanding competition in developing countries, product commoditization, and customers demanding more at lo

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    OpenAI Safety Gym Facilitates Reinforcement Learning

    While most of the work in data science is focused on development, advancement, and algorithmic scale, safety is a domain no less worth pursuing. This is mainly true for applications like self-drivin

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    The Global Car Market Is Declining At A Rapid Rate Since The Financial Crisis

    As per the latest study, the global car market will have gone down faster this year at the height of the financial crisis, with around 3.5million fewer vehicles were anticipated to be sold than last y

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    Significant Facts About Saccharin As An Artificial Sweetener

    Saccharin is an artificial or non-nutritive sweetener. It is made in a laboratory by oxidizing the chemicals phthalic anhydride or o-toluene sulfonamide. It appears like white, crystalline powder. S

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    What You Have For Lunch Might Be Affecting Your Sleep More Than You Know

    Sleep experts in the UK have stated that the food we eat during lunchtime can have a huge impact on each one of us when we go to bed at night, as per the latest research. In a recent study by Sealy

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