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AI predicts which patients with coronavirus need hospitalization
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AI predicts which patients with coronavirus need hospitalization

The AI ​​developed by Jvion predicts which patients with coronavirus need hospitalization. This technology will relieve hospitals during a pandemic. This is one area where artificial intelligence can help doctors, experts from Jvion say. A company specializing in the development of AI is implementing a data analysis project that will allow you to pre-formulate a...
Huawei and Chinese authorities are developing a data transfer protocol that will strengthen Internet control
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Huawei and Chinese authorities are developing a data transfer protocol that will strengthen Internet control

The new model of data transmission on the Web, which is being developed to replace TCP/IP, may turn out to be an extended version of the “big Chinese firewall.” The issue of standardization of the model will be considered in the fall of 2020. The Chinese company Huawei, together with the Ministry of Industry and...
AI was able to translate brain signals into sentences with almost no errors
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AI was able to translate brain signals into sentences with almost no errors

Artificial Intelligence was able to translate brain signals into sentences with almost no errors. This system in the future will help restore speech to patients who have lost the ability to speak due to illness. Joseph Mackin of the University of California and his colleagues used deep learning algorithms to study the brain signals of...
Microsoft introduced an improved version of virtual reality for the blind
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Microsoft introduced an improved version of virtual reality for the blind

Microsoft introduced an improved version of virtual reality for the blind. In it, users can move a virtual cane not only in the horizontal plane but also raise and lower it. This allowed almost all test participants to pass the required site without collisions, the report said Microsoft Research. For the first time, the corporation...
Internet Archive opens access to 1.4 million books
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Internet Archive opens access to 1.4 million books

Internet Archive has opened access to 1.4 million books that previously could only be rented. This will simplify the distance learning of millions of students around the world. A site with billions of saved websites, free music, and several million books has changed rental rules and opened up free access to 1.4 million books. This...
US authorities use geolocation to track coronavirus
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US authorities use geolocation to track coronavirus

US authorities use user geolocation to track the spread of coronavirus. Security experts say the archive can be used for other purposes. Using mobile phone geolocation to track the spread of coronavirus is becoming more common in the United States. Sources in the Wall Street Journal reported that federal states and local governments receive location...
OneWeb went bankrupt. They wanted to create a global Internet by 2027
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OneWeb went bankrupt. They wanted to create a global Internet by 2027

British telecommunications company OneWeb went bankrupt. This became known from a statement that the company sent to the Bankruptcy Court of the Southern District of New York. The same document can be found on the OneWeb website. The company could not agree with SoftBank on investments in the amount of $ 2 billion. According to...