In today’s fast-paced world, technology is constantly pushing the boundaries of content translation. The question of whether to rely on AI or human translation services… Read More »Human and AI translations: How to skillfully combine them
A new book predicts artificial intelligence will soon replace astronauts. The authors posit that robots are cheaper, more reliable, and better suited to space travel.… Read More »No, AI won’t replace astronauts – and here’s why
The LIGO observatory can detect astronomical events from billions of light years away. Terabytes of complex daily data makes human analysis impossible. New study applies… Read More »ML classifies gravitational-wave glitches with high accuracy
No, I am not a flat-earther. Quite the contrary, the ideas suggested here assume advanced scientific knowledge, such as quantum physics. The famous Cambridge-based physicist… Read More »Could we Live in a Universe with Fewer than Three Dimensions?
The global earth observation market is expected to grow at a sturdy pace in the times to follow. Advancements in meteorology have been at the… Read More »Earth Observation Market to Grow with Popularity of Cosmological and Meteorological Research
An unpublished experimental report may have an interesting new way to understand the unexpected result of the Michelson-Morley Experiment of 1887. The new understanding is… Read More »Different Understanding of Michelson-Morley Experiment
Interesting application leveraging very big data, as you can zoom in to check out pretty detailed landscape on a few nearby planets and satellites. It… Read More »Traveling to Other Planets with Google Maps