Today's infrared lasers are only powerful enough to disable aerial targets, but scientists now have the keys to building high-powered laser weaponry that can 'melt' distant targets.
An AI model found that 28% of non-smokers are at high risk of developing lung cancer, with 2.9% of high-risk individuals developing the disease within six years.
The robot was tested in a simulated Martian environment, and can one day be used to aid humanity's survival on the Red Planet.
Researchers have built a tool called PoseSonic that can accurately track a glasses wearer's upper body movements.
Scientists train an AI on 700 years' worth of ocean data to build an equation that can predict when these "maritime monsters" will strike.
Candela's 30-passenger P-12 will enter Stockholm's public transport network in 2024, slashing a 55-minute commute to just 25 minutes.
Nov. 19, 2023: Our weekly roundup of the latest science in the news, as well as a few fascinating articles to keep you entertained over the weekend.
Scientists have created headphones that let users pick the sounds they want to listen to or block out, thanks to a new AI algorithm that could lead to "superhuman hearing".
AI programs usually master either information-perfect games like chess or information-imperfect games like poker, but "Student of Games" is a general algorithm that can master both types.
A spider-inspired robot called mCLARI weighs less than a gram and could one day be deployed to aid first responders following a natural disaster or help out in surgery.