Category: Machine Learning, AI

New Blockchain Architecture for Keeping Password Safe

Computer scientists at UNSW have created a new blockchain framework to help people who lose passwords to their cryptocurrency wallets. Dr. Helen Paik and Prof. Salil Kanhere led a team from UNSW Engineering to create CredChain, a blockchain-based Self-Sovereign Identity…

Double Masking Isn’t As Meritorious As It Sounds

A Japanese study that modeled the dispersal of droplets on a supercomputer recently found that wearing two masks doesn’t do much in preventing the spread of droplets that be carrying the coronavirus, when compared to one well-fitted disposable mask. In…

New Robot can Hear Through the Ear of a Dead Locust

In a never-seen-before technological development, researchers from Tel Aviv University (TAU) have succeeded in connecting the ear of a dead locust to a robot that receives electrical signals from it and gives it an appropriate response. An excerpt from the…

Honda Releases New Self-Driving Cars in Japan

Honda recently launched the world’s most advanced self-driving car licensed for road travel on Friday. An initial batch of 100 models have been released in Japan. ‘The Legend’ is capable of adaptive driving in lanes and passing or switching lanes…

The Challenges of Online Voting Discussed by Experts

The use of technology in electronic voting for elections has been a constantly discussed topic for years. It has the potential to reduce the stress associated with manual voting and collate results faster and more accurately. However, it is not…

Love in the Computer Age

The selection of mates among humanity is so fundamental to its survival, and yet, so mysterious. It has been the subject of intense psychological studies and research for decades, resulting in varying theories about why we choose the person we…