How to create science fiction and technology projects in a simplistic, easy manner.
Using an Exercise Ball Instead of a Chair While Coding
Last week I replaced my office chair with an exercise ball. I actually bought two, one for the home and one for the office. I was looking for more ways to do something about my sedentary lifestyle as a desk monkey.
Rytr- AI Unique Content Writer
Introduction to Rytr: Rytr is a cutting-edge content generation tool that can help you create high-quality, unique AI content. Rytr uses the latest in natural language processing (NLP) and machine learning technology to help you generate content that is both accurate and engaging.
What Differences Will the Future of AI Make to Digital Marketing?
The field of artificial intelligence is rapidly expanding, and many companies now conduct their operations in the financial and technological sectors. In order to engage with their respective target audiences, companies have started to make use of artificial intelligence. Incorporating elements of conversational marketing into their day-to-day operations is an experiment on their part.
Award-Winning — Plastic-Eating Robo-fish is Finally Here to Rid our Waters of Waste
A robot fish that filters microplastics has been created after winning a robotics contest at the University of Surrey. Researchers in robotics make the "robo-fish" concept a reality, according to a press release published by the University on Thursday.
String Theory - The Theory Of Everything
Where do we come from and where does the world come from? What is the world made of? We are privileged to live in an age where we have come close enough to some of the answers. String theory is our latest attempt to answer the last of these questions - the "Theory of Everything".
Artificial Intelligence Can Determine Racial Identity from Medical Images
A study shows that artificial intelligence (AI) has the capability to accurately predict someone’s race in radiographic images. This is something that human experts were not able to do. They couldn't predict self-reported race from these images.
Tiny Robotic pill RoboCap Delivers Drugs to Guts and Could end Injections Like Insulin
Devices produced for human health continue to make our lives easier. For this purpose, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) researchers aim to finish insulin injections by producing a robotic capsule.
Stanford researchers produce a groundbreaking cancer-fighting compound
In what can be called a major scientific breakthrough, Stanford researchers have discovered a "rapid and sustainable" way to synthetically produce a promising cancer-fighting compound, designated EBC-46, right in the lab, according to a press release published by the institution.
Necessary steps to become an Exterminator
There are many jobs in the world, some of them appear with technological and scientific advancements in society and others just stick with the times.
Egypt is moving forward with the safe disposal of e-waste
A sharply rising amount of e-waste is generated around the world and the environment risks from it thanks to constant innovation which pushes people to repeatedly invest in new electronics while their used ones rarely end up at recycling centers.
How To Manifest With Your Spiritual Being
Did you know you can bring your deepest desires and dreams to life through spiritual manifestation? When you practise spiritual manifesting, you can physically materialise your beliefs regardless of your skills or current reality. What exactly is this occurrence? And how does it function? This story addresses all of these concerns.
Should I apply to a large or small company when I am new to the job market?
At about this time last year, I wrote an article "How can I find a job that suits me? to provide job search advice for newcomers to the workplace from the perspective of how they should choose their industry. Now that it's graduation season again, "Should I go to a big company or a small company? is once again a hot topic among newcomers to the job market, so I would like to share my thoughts on this question with all newcomers to the job market.