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5 Technologies That Will Change How We Travel In The Future

There is no doubt that our future will be full of advanced technology that will make our lives easy and us lazy XD. Whether it is household work, office work, entertainment or even travel, all sectors will encounter changes. Tourism sector is going through a huge shift with the latest

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Ritu Raman: The Force Behind The BioBot Revolution

“Technical innovation can drive positive social change, and this inspires me to help democratize and diversify STEM innovation and education around the world”, says Ritu Raman, the force behind the BioBot revolution. With a passion for bio-hybrid designing and architecture, she aims to develop robots which are extremely dynamic in nature.

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Archana Venkataraman Using AI To Treat Neurological Disorders

Introduction   Archana Venkataraman is using artificial intelligence to know more about neurological disorders and the ways to treat them. Neurological disorders, after so many researches and experiments, we know very little about disorders like epilepsy, Alzheimer's diseases, autism, and the like. Generally, trial and error methods are still used to deal

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Azalia Mirhoseini :She Taught An AI To Design Better AI

ABOUT AZALIA MIRHOESEINI   Azalia Mirhoseini is a Senior Research Scientist at Google Brain. She has a PhD in Electrical and Computer Engineering where she learned “A heterogeneous data, software, and hardware aware framework for large scale machine learning from Rice University. She is the co-founder of the Machine Learning for Systems

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THE SCIENCE BEHIND TECTONIC PLATES

What is Tectonics Plate? Tectonics plates illustrate the characteristics, activities and distribution of oceans and continents on Earth’s surface in past and present. The tectonic plates also called lithospheric plate is a huge uneven shaped piece of solid slab composed of both continental and oceanic lithosphere. The lithosphere consists of the crust

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The Most Comprehensive Map Of Moon’s Geology

The U.S. Geological Survey released the most comprehensive Moon Map called the Unified Geologic Map of the Moon, on April 20. This huge paintball brings a massive revolution to map the roads of our beloved neighborhood satellite. These splashes of colors determine the discrete rock or sediment formation, including craters, basins,

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The Future Of The Traditional Periodic Table

THE TRADITIONAL PERIODIC TABLE Post 150 years of the existence of the Periodic Table, it has more stories hidden behind its structured rows and columns, than the numbers of elements altogether. We are approaching the future of the traditional periodic table. Having a look at the traditional version might take you

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