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The Rat Race Between Computers And Human Brains

  Introduction Until a few years ago, the goal was to achieve the smallest size of the chip, which could solve even the most complex problems. We saw tiny yet sophisticated chips running intricate engineering equipment. Well, that was called the "Very Large-Scale Integration" which sort to become a mania in engineering! Around

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The Science Behind the Mystery of Ice-Volcanoes!

What is it that makes the ice-volcanoes different?. Ice does weird things, and all of us have heard about volcanoes and volcanic eruptions at some or the other point of our lives. So here's everything you need to know about ice-volcanoes! THE ‘COOL’ VOLCANOES? It is absolutely impossible for the earthen bowels

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Cooling Of Nano-particles At Quantum Level

A nano-particle, as the name itself suggests is a particle that has its diameter in the range 1 to 100 nm. The distinguishing property of nano-particles is that unlike microparticles, fine particles, and coarse particles, they are smaller in diameter, which inculcates very different physical and chemical properties in them.

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India Welcomes A New Education Policy After 34 Years

National Education Policy A.K.A. NEP: India's New Education Policy India welcomes a new education policy after 34 years, as the Modi government has unveiled its cards on 29th July 2020. Cited by academicians and students alike across the country as an “Education system fit for the 21st century”. This new policy

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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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Gravitational Waves Revealed First Unevenly Sized Black Hole Pair

Gravitational-wave astronomers have for the first time detected a collision between two black holes. With substantially different masses — opening up a new vista on astrophysics and on the physics of gravity. The event offers the first unmistakable evidence from these faint space-time ripples. That at least one black hole

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History Of Deep Learning

Learning is simple, isn't it? It was not at all easy to learn but all of us were taught and slowly we started learning to upgrade ourselves. Likewise, we teach a machine by configuring features and algorithms. The idea behind deep learning is to build learning algorithms that mimic brains. What

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Raluca Ada Popa: Mastermind That Trailed Encryption In Computer Security Design

Engineering is no easy cake. Which states that this technical job needs passionate brains. We are experiencing a huge technological advancement in industries nowadays. As a result of which we see people engaging themselves in this field more and more. Women are breaking the barriers and are doing a flawless

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Government Of India launches National AI Portal

The Government of India has recently launched a National Artificial Intelligence Portal, IndiaAI, providing all the AI-related resources under one roof. When it comes to the possible practices of Artificial Intelligence (AI) for the purpose of analyzing, reasoning, and learning by machines without the intervention of humans, there are innumerable

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Silvia Caballero: A Rising Star In The Microbiome Field

It has been more than a decade since scientists have discovered antibiotic drug resistance species. It is believed that in the upcoming 20 years, nearly everyone is going to get affected by these resistant variants of microbes or superbugs. That is why Silvia Caballero feels an urgent rush to develop

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