Robots will soon become capable of human-like decision making. At least that’s what researchers at DeepMind, a Google-backed AI program believe. In its press release, it argued that robots can now replicate strategies used by human brain. These strategies can soon allow robots to understand wellbeing and adapt according to situations. Currently, robots in a nascent stages of development as far as intelligent decision-making is concerned. Today’s robots can only make
Solar panels represent a bundle of hope for sustainable living. However, they often come at high-costs, inefficient energy conversion, and underperform during low sunlight conditions. Insolight, a company born out of Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Lausanne, is likely to change all that soon. Usually, regular solar panels fail to utilize as much as 80 per cent solar energy. However, advanced solar panels used in satellites are far more efficient.
Scientist from University of Kansas have found a new technology to suck carbon monoxide from industrial chimneys. They have discovered a new application of BIGs (bis imino guanidines) chemicals. These chemicals allow scuba divers to “rebreathe” CO2 exhalations. According to Kristin Bowman-James, one of the researcher, the technology has tremendous potential. As BIGs were discovered 10 years ago, their application still continues to evolve. During the experiment, these chemicals were