Smart machines and robots may replace highly-trained professionals in the jobs related to medicine, law and IT sectors by 2022, market research firm Gartner has warned. Continue reading AI-powered machines may replace trained people by 2022
A new mission to Saturn’s moons Titan or Enceladus to find signs of life beyond Earth cannot be ruled out as NASA says it is reviewing 12 proposals for future unmanned solar system mission to be launched in the mid-2020s. Continue reading What will be NASA’s next big solar system mission?
For workaholics who do not like getting disturbed by their colleagues, scientists have invented a desk light that automatically switches from green to red, putting them in a “Do Not Disturb” zone. Continue reading This desk light lets you work uninterruptedly
Civil engineers at the Stanford University have worked with colleagues at the US National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) to develop a form of concrete that could be produced on Mars or the moon. Continue reading Technique developed for turning Mars or moon rocks into concrete
The US Air Force’s X-37B space plane returned to Earth on Sunday after completing a secret space mission that lasted nearly two years. Continue reading US space plane completes two-year secret mission
If you love flaunting a smartwatch on your wrist, here’s a new one that can rotate, hinge, translate, rise and orbit, and is “smart” in every sense of the word. Continue reading This smartwatch can move in five directions
Researchers in Belgium have developed a device which, when exposed to light, can purify air and at the same time generate power. Continue reading Researchers develop air purifier that also generates power
Facebook Inc’s virtual reality content production unit, Oculus’ Story Studio, is shuttering its doors to shift focus on supporting external content makers, the company said on Thursday, two years after the in-house studio launched.
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A Romanian security firm says it has discovered a ring of digital spies using bottom-rung tools to break into hundreds of government computers. The find suggests that you don’t necessarily need sophistication to steal secrets.