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US And EU Sign Ambitious AI Agreement

The United States and the European Union have announced an agreement to enhance the use of artificial intelligence (AI) to improve agriculture, healthcare, emergency response, climate forecasting and the electric grid. The European Commission and the US administration have recently signed an “administrative agreement on artificial intelligence for the public good”

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Superconductivity Switches On And Off In Magic-Angle Graphene –Study

With some careful twisting and stacking, MIT physicists have revealed a new and exotic property in “magic-angle” graphene: superconductivity that can be turned on and off with an electric pulse, much like a light switch. The discovery could lead to ultrafast, energy-efficient superconducting transistors for neuromorphic devices — electronics designed to

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Data-Driven Heating Can Cut Energy Consumption In Buildings

Data-driven heating reduces energy consumption in buildings. As prices shoot through the roof, business property managers are having to get smarter at controlling energy consumption—and heating offers a lot of potential savings. The Norwegian research institute, SINTEF, is currently working with software developers Kiona and property managers DNB Næringseiendom to find

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