Here’s what’s going on in the world of technology for this Tuesday.
Scientists developed a new way to speed up the growth of antibiotic resistance in bacteria, allowing for both the mapping out of routes to resistance and the discovery of these strains before they occur in nature. This effectively allows scientists to discover antibiotic resistance in targeted bacteria in the lab before it develops in nature and develop treatments that can target specific routes to antibiotic resistance before they develop.
A vision of how the metaverse works with crypto-based assets. While the metaverse is not ready for the world, here’s how the economics of metaverse shopping might work, as well as moving between the different realms of the metaverse.
Problems like traffic jams and the supply chain crisis could be problems of the past with a new artificial neural network created in Germany.
Indonesia is planning on following Germany and Japan in creating green hydrogen through power-to-X technology, or P2X technology. With the creation of a green industrial park in North Kalimantan, the government hopes to utilize renewable energy sources to produce chemicals and synthetic fuels.
Researchers at Georgia Tech developed a class of catalysts for green hydrogen production that require fewer noble metals. This breakthrough lowers the cost of green hydrogen and could make it more common in future energy mixes.
An AI platform that can analyze potentially cancerous lumps and show doctors the reason it determines whether the lumps are cancerous or not.
In-Memory computing would allow data to be stored and analyzed in the memory network, but has been very difficult for MRAM (Magnetoresistive Random Access Memory) based systems. Samsung just did it. This is the next step in lower energy consuming AI semiconductor chips.
The next place for a cyberattack could be the EV charging station, according to new research.