Researchers at Carnegie Mellon have developed a new technique, called EM-Sense, that can detect whether a person is in contact with an electrical or electromechanical object and then identify it.
She believes that through the development of more intuitive devices that provide quicker feedback to a user’s input, we may reach a point in the future where we can make any type of object we desire.
Technological change has been happening throughout human history, moving the labor force from artisans, to factory laborers, to service workers.
Although no atomic weapons have been used to date since World War II, the threat they pose stems from their enormous chemical potency.
Researchers create eyedrops with the potential to treat cataracts, and gene editing tested as a treatment for leukemia.