Conventional batteries take so long to charge that they cannot efficiently store braking energy. Graphene supercapacitors store almost as much but charge in just 16 seconds.
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The counterintuitive distribution of digits in certain data sets turns out to be a powerful tool for detecting strange behavior on social networks.
Human e-mailing behavior is so predictable that computer scientists have created an algorithm that can calculate when an e-mail thread is about to end.
Thanks to Galaxy Zoo, crowdpower has revolutionized galaxy classification. But now the machines are taking over.
Risk factors, alternative tools, and the risk manager’s increasingly important role.
If you want to interact with real world objects while immersed in a virtual reality, how do you do it?
A neural network that simulates the way monkeys recognise faces produces many of the idiosyncratic behaviours found in humans, says computer scientists.
The way we go online in our cars makes no sense.