Turbo-charging pharmaceutical biotechnology simulations

[ad_1] Distribution of species in a stirred tank with a tilted stirrer axis. Credit: TU Graz New simulation technology developed by TU Graz is designed to make the production of biopharmaceuticals more efficient, cost-effective and comprehensible for manufacturers. Demand for biopharmaceuticals is strong: biopharmaceutical active ingredients—in other words, genetically engineered drugs—accounted for seven of the […]

From Death Stranding to Olympic Mario at Tokyo Game Show

[ad_1] More than 260,000 game enthusiasts are expected to flock to the annual Tokyo Game Show Gamers got a sneak peek on Thursday at everything from the hyper-realistic, much anticipated Death Stranding to an Olympic-themed Mario edition at this year’s Tokyo Game Show. The annual event for game enthusiasts is showcasing the diversity of the […]

Crime prevention through crime prediction

[ad_1] Crimer team Credit: Crimer What if the solution to solving crime, lowering murder rates and fighting the opioid crisis could be found through a marriage of computer science and entrepreneurship? That’s exactly the goal of Crimer, a crime-prediction software that began as a project last year in an LSU Computer Science class. The students […]

The top 8 ways your phone will improve

[ad_1] by Edward C. Baig, Usa Today Credit: CC0 Public Domain Android 10 is now available, but you’ll need a Google Pixel smartphone to install the latest version of Google’s mobile operating system. At least for now. The update is promised for other Android phones over the next several weeks. At its I/O developer conference […]

Time-saving software in an age of ever-expanding scientific data

[ad_1] Eliza Grames, doctoral candidate in ecology and evolutionary biology. Credit: University of Connecticut It is hard to get people excited about software, says Eliza Grames, a doctoral candidate in ecology and evolutionary biology. Yet, the software she has developed is exciting for anyone about to embark on a new research and trying to determine […]

RetroArch adds tool for Japanese to English

[ad_1] All the nostalgic gamer ever wanted for Christmas (or birthday or any day of the week) was a good translator. If you’ve ever heard of RetroArch then you will want to know the good news and Alex Walker in Kotaku had some. “The latest version of Retroarch now includes AI Service, an add-on tool […]

Gaming is having a retro moment

[ad_1] Don’t write off retro yet Clunky games consoles with blobby pixels might not be the latest thing—but they’re still cool even if you’re no longer at school. Video games producers plying their wares at Gamescom this week in Cologne may primarily be out to push the frontiers of hi-tech and virtual reality as they […]

Polished Chromium-based Edge browser lands in beta

[ad_1] Credit: Microsoft A new browser is now in beta and it is Chromium- based. This is the Microsoft Edge beta. Both Windows 10 and MacOS users can try out this new version of Edge, based on Google’s open-source Chromium code. Engadget‘s Devindra Hardawar and others delivered the news on Tuesday, that this Microsoft browser […]

New tool makes web browsing easier for the visually impaired

[ad_1] Credit: CC0 Public Domain Researchers have developed a new voice assistant that allows people with visual impairments to get web content as quickly and as effortlessly as possible from smart speakers and similar devices. In a new study, led by University of Waterloo Faculty of Mathematics student, Alexandra Vtyurina, who collaborated with Microsoft researchers […]

Amazon improves face analysis tech, adds fear

[ad_1] Credit: CC0 Public Domain Amazon’s image recognition software is now able to detect fear. Amazon Web Services announced this as part of an update note about its facial recognition software, Rekognition. The software was already touted as able to read seven emotions—Happy, Sad, Angry, Surprised, Disgusted, Calm and Confused. Rekognition improved on accuracy and […]