Fujitsu wants to alleviate the congestion resulting from major events and has begun field trials on a new AI-based smartphone app that aims to find the best candidates for staying behind and the incentive most likely to entice them to do so.
Source: Fujitsu begins field trials of AI app to alleviate congestion following major events
Researchers at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) have created a hybrid optical microscope/mass spectrometry-based imaging system to both visually examine and chemically analyze specimens simultaneously.
Source: ORNL’s hybrid device combines microscopy and mass spectrometry
Join Gizmag as we give a big thumbs up to ten of the most attractive, innovative, and downright interesting tiny houses we’ve come across in the past 12 months.
Source: Thinking small: Celebrating the very best in tiny houses
Researchers have non-invasively breached the blood-brain barrier for the first time in a human subject, allowing chemotherapy drugs to be delivered to a brain cancer patient with a high level of precision.
Source: Ultrasound prises open blood-brain barrier to deliver chemotherapy in a world first
If you’ve ever fancied securing your home with one of those cool invisible sensor webs that you see in movies, now’s your chance. The new Xandem Home system detects motion through walls and furniture. It uses a number of nodes that plug into wall outlets and create a wireless web of sensor connections.