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China's first solar power molten salt plant sets record

China's first solar power plant using molten salt as a coolant with a capacity of 100 megawatts in Dunhuang (Gansu Province) has successfully generated electricity at full power, reports Chinanews.com. Nearly 20 hours of maintenance records on Monday showed that the power station systems were...

WSJ announces imminent start of Boeing 737 MAX flight tests

The US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) may launch flight tests of Boeing 737 MAX aircraft already this week since the manufacturer has corrected the shortcomings in automated systems that caused two crashes. This was reported by The Wall Street Journal, citing informed sources. Boeing CEO...

Study: Machine learning is five times more harmful for the environment than a car

Scientists at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) decided to find out how much energy is required by advanced machine learning models and how much carbon dioxide they emit in the process of improving their skills. Comparing the data of four models, they concluded that AI training is...

Would Singapore Be The First One To Bring Lab Grown Shrimps To The Global Market?

Singapore’s food market’s future strengthens with innovation and technology which is supported by investors and government. Singapore is a small south-eastern city in Asia which seems to be “an unlikely” place for seeing revolution in the farming sector. However, the island of “5.6 million people”...

Apple Patents A ‘Foldable Screen’ For Creating Foldable iPhones

The aim of creating an iPhone which could be bent or folded has pushed Apple Inc to add yet another patent into their patent series. Apple continues to move on the path to fulfil its ambition of launching “foldable smartphone” as it has patented a “foldable screen” which compatible to iPhones as...

Research Shows Air Pollution Causing Birth Defects

The researchers have found certain element that we considered to non-harmful to leave fatal impact on humanity. Texas A&M University’s research shows that if the atmosphere harbours “harmful particulate matter” it can translate into “birth defects and even fatalities during pregnancy”. During...

Microsoft tells about operating system of the future

Microsoft Vice President Nick Parker told about his view on a modern operating system (OS) at Computex 2019 in Taipei. In his opinion, it should be continuously updated, use cloud technologies, work in 5G networks and support artificial intelligence (AI) technologies. The media found this...

Study: Third of US kids wake up at night to check their smartphones

Common Sense company has published results of a study conducted in the US. The paper refers to the growing dependence on smartphones of both children and adults. Earlier, smartphones just distracted people from the surrounding reality, but now it’s about the fact that many people are not even able...

Deepfake AI Technology Used By Researchers To Bring Mona Lisa ‘To Life'

Researchers specializing in artificial intelligence have virtually brought to life the subject of Leonardo da Vinci's famous Mona Lisa painting.   This was exhibited in a video that was created with the help of AI in which her head, eyes and mouth were seen to be moved by the model in the...

China is developing technology to capture greenhouse gases

China has long overtaken the United States as the world's largest source of emissions of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases. According to data collected by the European Union, in 2017 in China, 10.877 billion tons of CO2 was emitted into the atmosphere, writes Asia Times. Most of China’s CO2...
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