Technology helps disabled student play harp with her eyes

By Deborah Kyvrikosaios ATHENS, (Reuters) – Alexandra Kerlidou sits in her wheelchair on stage in Athens. With only the movement of her eyes over a computer screen, the 21-year-old fills the air with harp music. Student with cerebral palsy, who cannot use her hands or speak, plays “Eyeharp”, a digital …

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How does Ethereum 2.0 staking work?

Since the dawn of time, humans have been extracting coins and currency for daily transactions. From the exchange of pebbles to the exchange of paper money, man has truly evolved. However, it doesn’t stop there and nowadays most money transfers are done electronically. The latest form of currency that has …

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Computers help researchers find materials to turn solar energy into hydrogen

Newswise – UNIVERSITY PARK, PA – Using solar power to inexpensively recover hydrogen from water could help replace carbon-based fuel sources and reduce the global carbon footprint. However, finding materials that could stimulate hydrogen production so that it can compete economically with carbon-based fuels has so far been an insurmountable …

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Is Ultra Clean Holdings (UCTT) outperforming other IT and tech stocks this year?

Investors interested in IT and technology stocks should always seek out the best performing companies in the group. Is Ultra Clean Holdings (UCTT) one of those actions now? A quick look at how the company has performed since the start of the year relative to the rest of the IT …

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Players Circle Performing Arts Center announces Jewish-themed programming partnership

Shell Factory’s Players Circle Performing Arts Center announces partnership with Lee County and Charlotte County Jewish Federation and YIa ?? I ?? Jewish (a division of the Yiddishkayt Initiative) with a series of Jewish themes at PLAYERS CIRCLE I started programming. The first production of this exciting partnership is JOE …

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SDSC Director Michael Norman appointed to Federal Task Force for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence

SDSC Director and Emeritus Professor of Physics, Michael Norman, is a member of the NAIRR working group. Photo courtesy of SDSC Director of the San Diego Supercomputer Center and Emeritus Professor of Physics at UC San Diego, Michael Norman has been appointed to the National Artificial Intelligence Research Resource (NAIRR) …

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Justice Department accuses network security official of 2018 cyberattack targeting Georgia healthcare system

A healthcare cybersecurity official has been accused of carrying out a cyberattack on a nonprofit healthcare network in Georgia in 2018 for personal gain, according to the US Department of Justice (DOJ). Vikas Singla was indicted by a federal grand jury on June 8 and brought to justice before a …

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Audacy and BetMGM extend their partnership with new programming

The BetQL Network will expand its programming with two new shows presented by Audacy and BetMGM with the aim of catching up with sports bettors on the latest developments in the industry. Know your bets with Audacy and BetMGM Daring and BetMGM continue to strengthen their partnership with a new …

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Are you looking for aliens? We should focus on supercomputers first, says scientist

Scientists have yet to discover life on other planets, although a researcher from the University of Oxford says that if we are to locate aliens, we must look for theoretical structures the size of a star. called Dyson spheres. “What Freeman Dyson did in his article on the Dyson sphere …

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BrainChip CEO Shares Business Knowledge with Investor Community at OTC Market Group International Virtual Investor Conference

ALISO VIEJO, California, June 15, 2021– (COMMERCIAL THREAD) –BrainChip Holdings Ltd (ASX: BRN), (OTCQX: BRCHF), a leading provider of ultra-low-power, high-performance artificial intelligence technologies, today announced that its founder and CEO Peter van der Made will be one of the guest speakers at the International Virtual Investor Conference 6:30 p.m. …

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