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So You Want to Use AI: Do You Build, or Do You Buy? – readwrite.com

From readwrite.com Wilson Pang Excerpt: The following is adapted from my new book, Real World AI. You’ve found a way that AI can help your business. Maybe you want to automate the way help tickets are categorized, or improve search results, or increase efficiency in restocking. You Want to Use AI: Do You Build, or […]…

A new type of battery that can charge 10 times faster than a lithium-ion battery, that is safer in terms of potential fire hazards and has a lower environmental impact, using polymer based on the nick… – www.reddit.com

From www.reddit.com /u/manual_tranny Excerpt: Lol! If I had a dime for every one of these “Amazing New Battery Tech!” type stories… over the last 3 decades on the Internet… Then I’d be an ultra-ultra-billionaire today! That said… I guess one of these “New Revolutionary Battery Tech!” stories will prove to be true… eventually… I hope! […]…

Next-generation sutures can deliver drugs, prevent infections, and monitor wounds — ScienceDaily – www.sciencedaily.com

From www.sciencedaily.com Excerpt: Sutures are used to close wounds and speed up the natural healing process, but they can also complicate matters by causing damage to soft tissues with their stiff fibers. To remedy the problem, researchers from Montreal have developed innovative tough gel sheathed (TGS) sutures inspired by the human tendon. These next-generation sutures […]…

Beer byproducts could be used for biofuels and food – www.zmescience.com

From www.zmescience.com Fermin Koop Excerpt: Amid the growing popularity of craft brewing around the world, brewers are starting to realize that beer produces a lot of waste. The waste byproducts of beer brewing are growingly becoming an environmental problem — but there might be an accessible solution to turn grain waste into protein sources and […]…

All-in-one device uses microwave power for defense, medicine – www.eurekalert.org

From www.eurekalert.org Excerpt: WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. – An invention from Purdue University innovators may provide a new option to use directed energy for biomedical and defense applications. The Purdue invention uses composite based nonlinear transmission lines (NLTLs) for a complete high-power microwave system, eliminating the need for multiple auxiliary systems. The interest in NLTLs has […]…