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Artificial Intelligence is transforming health sector and healthcare operations including Deep Medicine

Artificial intelligence (AI) is revolutionizing healthcare or the way physicians treat patients and deliver care. An AI system can assist physicians by providing up-to-date medical information from journals, textbooks, and clinical practices to inform proper patient care.   Doctors are already using A.I. to spot potentially lethal lesions on mammograms. …

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Emerging revolution transforming Life Sciences, Biotech and health care industry through Smart Biomanufacturing and other technologies

Health life sciences” refers to the application of biology and technology to improve health care, and includes biopharmaceuticals, medical technology, genomics, diagnostics and digital health. In general, biotechnology is the utilization of biological procedures for industrial and other purposes, specifically, the genetic management and the manipulation of microorganisms for the …

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Single-crystal turbine blade technology for aero engines, dominated by US now mastered by China and India

In 2018, The American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME)  named the Pratt & Whitney single crystal turbine blade an historic mechanical engineering landmark. These blades, which can be found in many modern, high-performance gas turbines (a.k.a. jet engines)—including the ones powering the F-22 Raptor, and larger electricity-producing turbines—are grown from a …

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Blockchain disrupting Industries from healthcare, IoT to Cybersecurity

Bitcoin and other virtual currencies are made possible by what’s known as blockchain technology. Blockchain technology is a digital ledger that consists of distributed, decentralized and often-times public data capable of automatically recording and verifying a high volume of digital transactions, regardless of location.   A blockchain is a type …

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Countries advancing space weapons for Space Warfare As Space becomes another domain of conflict

Over 80 countries own or operate satellites now, and practically every person on the planet is a user of space data/services in some form or another. Currently, around 3,500 active satellites are orbiting in space. SpaceX has already launched more than 1,000 satellites, so about one-quarter of all operational satellites …

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Visible light Communications or LiFi for, Internet of Things, 5G mobile, Military Vehicular and Underwater networks

It is predicted that LEDs will be the ultimate light source in the near future powering indoor illumination, outdoor lamps, traffic signs, advertising displays, car headlights/taillights, etc. Now another technique  promises to double the utility of light-emitting diodes (LEDs) by using their light as a medium for communication in a …

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Rising threat of Deepfakes from fake news, and blackmail, to information warfare, require new countermeasures

In recent years consumer imaging technology (digital cameras, mobile phones, etc.) has become ubiquitous, allowing people the world over to take and share images and video instantaneously. Mirroring this rise in digital imagery is the associated ability for even relatively unskilled users to manipulate and distort the message of the …

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DARPA SemaFor to tackle ‘deepfakes’ with semantic forensics and create automatic disinformation campaigns for US DOD

In recent years consumer imaging technology (digital cameras, mobile phones, etc.) has become ubiquitous, allowing people the world over to take and share images and video instantaneously. Mirroring this rise in digital imagery is the associated ability for even relatively unskilled users to manipulate and distort the message of the …

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US DOD employing Synthetic Biology based on Self-assembly for on-demand bio-production of new materials for military

The COVID-19 pandemic, while demonstrating the nation’s vulnerabilities to biothreats, has also shown the fragility of the supply chain. The United States relies on foreign suppliers for a number of critical components including commodity chemicals, rare earth elements and active pharmaceutical ingredients, she said. Ensuring a resilient domestic supply chain …

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UK MOD thrust on civil-military synergies, British DARPA and increasing research capacity to boost military innovation

Innovation and Digital Transformation has become a strategic priority for the UK MOD. Recognising that military technological superiority is no longer a reality, UK Defence leadership has embraced ‘innovation’ and ‘digital transformation’ as the processes by which the Armed Forces and the Defence and Technology Industrial Base can build and …

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