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This prosthetic arm combines manual control with machine learning

Prosthetic limbs are getting better every year, but the strength and precision they gain doesn’t always translate to easier or more effective use, as...

SpaceX ‘getting ready’ to fly orbital Starship design with new FCC...

SpaceX is taking the steps necessary to begin test flying the orbital-class version of its Starship spacecraft, with new documents filed by the company...

Q-CTRL raises $15M for software that reduces error and noise in...

As hardware makers continue to work on ways of making wide-scale quantum computing a reality, a startup out of Australia that is building software...

$600M Cray supercomputer will tower above the rest — to build...

Cray has been commissioned by Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory to create a supercomputer head and shoulders above all the rest, with the contract valued...

Prenetics partners with Watsons, one of Asia’s largest personal care retailers,...

Genetics testing startup Prenetics today announced a major new deal for its brand in Asia. The company is partnering with A.S. Watson Group, the...

Voyant Photonics raises $4.3M to fit lidar on the head of...

Lidar is a critical method by which robots and autonomous vehicles sense the world around them, but the lasers and sensors generally take up...

Amazon seeks FCC approval to launch over three thousand broadband satellites

Amazon revealed its ‘Project Kuiper’ plan to establish a constellation of broadband internet satellites in low-Earth orbit earlier this year, but now we know...

Team studies drone strikes on airplanes by firing them into a...

Bird strikes are a very real danger to planes in flight, and consequently aircraft are required to undergo bird strike testing — but what...

Ocean drone startup merger spawns Sofar, the DJI of the sea

What lies beneath the murky depths? SolarCity co-founder Peter Rive wants to help you and the scientific community find out. He’s just led a...

Xnor’s saltine-sized, solar-powered AI hardware redefines the edge

“If AI is so easy, why isn’t there any in this room?” asks Ali Farhadi, founder and CEO of Xnor, gesturing around the conference...