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Machine Learning Techniques Generate Clinical Labels of Medical Scans (VIDEO)

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by Tyler O'Neal 3 weeks ago.
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Researchers discuss how they machine learning techniques to identify clinical concepts in radiologist reports for CT scans. This technology is an important first step in the development of artificial intelligence that could interpret scans and diagnose conditions.

Doctor Monologue: Assessment of Deep Learning Algorithms For Detecting Breast Cancer Lymph Node Meta

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by Tyler O'Neal 3 months ago
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Brigham and Women's Hospital's Golden findings show potential use of AI in detecting spread of breast cancer

Breaking the Supermassive Black Hole Speed Limit

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by Tyler O'Neal 11 months ago
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A new supercomputer simulation helps explain the existence of puzzling supermassive black holes observed in the early universe. The simulation is based on a computer code used to understand the coupling of radiation and certain materials. “Supermassive black holes have a speed limit that governs how fast and how large they can grow,” said Joseph Smidt of the Theoretical Design Division at Los Alam...

All of Your Data in a Drop of DNA

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by Tyler O'Neal 12 months ago
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Humanity may soon generate more data than hard drives or magnetic tape can handle, a problem that has scientists turning to nature’s age-old solution for information-storage—DNA. In a new study in Science, a pair of researchers at Columbia University and the New York Genome Center (NYGC) show that an algorithm designed for streaming video on a cellphone can unlock DNA’s nearly full storage potenti...

Automated System to Detect Cracks in Nuclear Power Plants

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by Tyler O'Neal 12 months ago
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A new automated system detects cracks in the steel components of nuclear power plants and has been shown to be more accurate than other automated systems.
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Planet 9 was most likely stolen by our sun 4.5 billion years ago

Planet 9 was most likely stolen by our sun 4.5 billion years ago

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by Tyler O'Neal 2 years ago
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Through a supercomputer-simulated study, astronomers at Lund University in Sweden show that it is highly likely that the so-called Planet 9 is an exoplanet. This would make it the first exoplanet to be discovered inside our own solar system. The theory is that our sun, in its youth some 4.5 billion years ago, stole Planet 9 from its original star. Listen to Alexander Mustill as he explains! An exo...
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Turbulent Times: When stars approach
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Turbulent Times: When stars approach

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by Tyler O'Neal 2 years ago
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HITS astrophysicists use new methods to simulate the common-envelope phase of binary stars, discovering dynamic irregularities that may help to explain how supernovae evolve. The results are published in The Astrophysical Journal Letters. The simulation video made by Sebastian Ohlmann visualizes the evolution of the density during a time span of 105 days. density development process in a 105 days...
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Understanding the Magnetic Sun
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Understanding the Magnetic Sun

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by Tyler O'Neal 2 years ago
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NASA GSFC solar scientist Holly Gilbert explains a computer model of the sun’s magnetic field. Grasping what drives that magnetic system is crucial for understanding the nature of space throughout the solar system: The sun's invisible magnetic field is responsible for everything from the solar explosions that cause space weather on Earth – such as auroras – to the interplanetary magnetic field and...

Modeling storm surge to better protect Texas

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by Tyler O'Neal 3 years ago
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Ever since Hurricane Ike devastated Texas in 2008, researchers at the Institute for Computational Engineering and Sciences at the University of Texas at Austin have been studying computational models and simulations of hurricanes like Ike in order to predict the effects of future storms and better prepare the coastal regions of Texas, such as the Galveston Bay region, for its effects. Environmenta...

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