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Testing artificial intelligence in video games

Testing artificial intelligence in video games

Researchers from the University of Pittsburgh have tested algorithms for artificial intelligence in video games. The researchers made several observations about testing artificial intelligence in...
The hunt for exomoons: a new exomoon outside our solar system

The hunt for exomoons: an exomoon outside our solar system

Alex Teachey speaks to SciTech Europa about the potential discovery of an exomoon outside our own Solar System. Using the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope and...
A dam shame: the social and environmental costs of hydropower dams

A dam shame: the social and environmental costs of hydropower dams

Scientists from Michigan State University (MSU) have published information on the social and environmental costs of hydropower dams and have recommended the use of alternative...
Alien astronomers: can laser technology attract extraterrestrial creatures?

Alien astronomers: can laser technology attract extraterrestrial creatures?

Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have proposed that existing laser technology could be used on Earth to attract "alien astronomers", intelligent extraterrestrial...
Biopsychology: what determines the dominance of brain hemispheres?

Biopsychology: what determines the dominance of brain hemispheres?

Biopsychology researchers at the Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany have studied the factors which determine which of the brain hemispheres is dominant. The biopsychology paper on the dominant brain hemispheres...
Why we need a woman in science on the new £50 banknote

Why we need a woman in science on the new £50 banknote

Professor Carole Longson, the chief scientific officer at the Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry, explains why she believes that we need a woman...
The lithosphere: revolutionising Earth tectonics

The lithosphere: revolutionising Earth tectonics

Scientists from Kiel University, Germany and the British Antarctic Survey (BAS)have used European Space Agency (ESA) data to characterise the lithosphere and advance the...

Sustainable fish fingers: conservationists say cheaper is more sustainable

The Marine Conservation Society has rated the most sustainable fish fingers with their Good Fish Finger Guide, and surprisingly, the most sustainable options are the...

Global water scarcity: will there be enough water in the future?

The Water Scarcity Atlas is a tool which has been developed to help users make sustainable choices about their water consumption, to limit global...
Day of the Dead: the cultural festival and the human life cycle

Day of the Dead: the cultural festival and the human life cycle

The Day of the Dead festival began on 31 October and ends today, 2 November.The Day of the Dead, or Día de los Muertos,...

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