Busy GPUs: Sampling and pipelining method speeds up deep learning on large graphs

New technique significantly reduces training and inference time on extensive datasets to keep pace with fast-moving data in finance, social networks, and fraud detection in cryptocurrency.

Lauren Hinkel | MIT-IBM Watson AI Lab • mit
yesterday ~11 min

525-million-year-old fossil may rewrite history of brain evolution

Fossils of a tiny sea creature solve a century-old debate over brain evolution in arthropods, according to new research.

Daniel Stolte-Arizona • futurity
yesterday ~8 min


Experiment links perceiving emotions in music and people

People who can skillfully interpret other people's emotional states may also be better at assessing the emotions conveyed by music.

U. Oregon • futurity
yesterday ~3 min

Experiment links perceiving emotions in music and people

People who can skillfully interpret other people's emotional states may also be better at assessing the emotions conveyed by music, new research shows.

U. Oregon • futurity
yesterday ~3 min

Future vehicles could swim like gelatinous sea creatures

Gelatinous sea creatures called Nanomia bijuga have two modes for getting around. Future underwater vehicles could mimic them.

U. Oregon • futurity
yesterday ~6 min

Physicians discuss COP27, need to keep focus on toll suffered by real people

The health impacts of climate change are gaining greater recognition, but the most important thing, one expert said, is to keep telling people’s stories.

Alvin Powell • harvard
Nov. 28, 2022 ~6 min

New device can control light at unprecedented speeds

Researchers have developed a programmable optical device for high-speed beam steering.

Adam Zewe | MIT News Office • mit
Nov. 28, 2022 ~9 min

Embroidery stitches make low-cost wearable sensors

Embroidering power-generating yarns onto fabric could offer a low-cost, scalable way to make wearable devices.

Laura Oleniacz - NC State • futurity
Nov. 28, 2022 ~6 min


Study Finds Earliest Evidence of Cooking

VOA Learning English • voa
Nov. 27, 2022 ~5 min

Scientists Approve Terms for Largest, Smallest Measurements

VOA Learning English • voa
Nov. 27, 2022 ~5 min

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