Researchers have teamed up to create an AI that would be smart enough to pass the notoriously difficult entrance exams to the University of Tokyo. Don't expect it to help with your homework though.
Researchers at the school for really smart people, MIT, have come up with a novel way of conducting eye exams--looking into your mobile phone screen.
Conventional MRI scanners can exceed 110 decibels, which equals rock show noise levels and is on the edge of the human pain threshold.
The company has trained more workers in supply-chain companies about their rights and has seen a reduction in the number of facilities underpaying their employees.
Eleven high school students are paying the price for allegedly keylogging their teachers' computers and changing grades at will.
College students who want to get a handle on their busy schedules should download this app to make sure they're always on time and know what's coming up.
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The Ponanza program is one of five taking on human masters in the game of shogi. Is this the endgame for our "superior" brains?
The Tweeting Bra is a Twitter-connected bra with a greater purpose. Every time it comes undone, it sends a tweet.
Kenshiro, born at the University of Tokyo, represents the latest attempt to create a musculoskeletal machine that moves like a human. Who needs a head?
The Breast Tissue Screening Bra in the works is non-invasive, painless, and may even be more accurate than 3D mammography.