Doubts have been cast on the suitability of the site chosen as the location for the UK’s first major spaceport.The UK Space Agency announced last year the A’Mhoine peninsula in the Highlands had been selected as it is the best place in the UK to reach highly sought-after satellite orbits with vertically launched rockets.New research questions why a … [Read more...] about Spaceport site suitability questioned in new study
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Presented by Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. AI is dramatically enhancing industries, products, and core capabilities. But to make AI truly ubiquitous, it needs to run on end devices within a tight power and thermal budget. To learn more about the research that is advancing AI adoption, don’t miss this VB Live event featuring Qualcomm’s Senior Director of Engineering, … [Read more...] about The 3 critical AI research questions (VB Live)
Ricardo Alonso-zaldivar and Lauran Neergaard, Associated Press Updated 6:10 pm PDT, Wednesday, June 5, 2019 US President Donald Trump waits for the arrival Britain's Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall with the first lady Melania Trump outside Winfield House in London, Tuesday, June 4, 2019. Trump is on a State visit to Britain. less US President … [Read more...] about Trump halts fetal tissue research by government scientists
This week, in what might have been construed as a gesture of goodwill, Amazon announced that it would partner with the National Science Foundation (NSF) to commit up to $10 million in research grants over the next three years to develop systems focused on “fairness in AI.” But the intervening days brought debate rather than praise as researchers questioned the … [Read more...] about AI Weekly: Will Amazon’s cosponsored NSF solicitation help or warp AI research?
By Lisa M. Krieger | [email protected] | Bay Area News GroupPUBLISHED: January 15, 2019 at 6:00 am | UPDATED: January 15, 2019 at 6:02 am Deadlocked, President Trump and Congress remain at an impasse over money for a border wall. But hungry bacteria in a valuable U.S. Geological Survey experiment remain very much alive. So a furloughed scientist, against orders, … [Read more...] about Life without science: Bay Area research suffers as government shuttered