As members of the European Union back a draft resolution to grant legal status to robots, in order to understand this proposal one needs to look at corporations which carry legal responsibility but aren’t recognised as having human rights or seen as individuals, say experts.
More than 40 per cent of data science tasks will be automated by 2020, resulting in increased productivity and broader usage of data and analytics by citizen data scientists, market research firm Gartner said on Monday.
Your smart watch may not only measure your steps and physiological parameters but also detect when you are falling sick, a new study has revealed.
The Dubai Health Authority (DHA) has launched the first robot pharmacy, the first of its kind in the Middle East, at Rashid Hospital in Dubai. Continue reading UAE launches first robot pharmacy
A new image analysis technique can use cell phone images to quickly find and track important biological molecules, including tell-tale signs of disease. Continue reading New technology can diagnose diseases using cell phone images
Symptoms of agitation among patients with dementia can be managed safely by using tablet computers, a new study has found.
Researchers have developed a special salt treatment that can make common surgical masks capable of trapping and killing airborne viruses.
What if you can remotely charge your smartphone with the flat-screen TV in your living room? If we believe a team of US engineers, turning your living room into a wireless charging station is not a far-fetched dream.
In a first, Danish researchers including one of Indian origin, have engineered E. coli bacteria to develop a cell line that produces large quantities of the compound serine — used in detergents, tube feeding formula and as building blocks for many key chemicals.
It is very likely that you have a namesake who is very distinct from your personality. To disambiguate you two, a new method has been developed that can tell you from your namesake.