Elon Musk reveals details about Optimus, Android Tesla

You may also be interested [EN VIDÉO] Humanoid robots Robotic robots or female robots: what’s the difference? A tweet posted by the billionaire on June 3 suggested that a functional prototype could be submitted on September 30, markingArtificial Intelligence DayOrganized by Artificial Intelligence Day are you here. This tweet has since been followed by several … Read more

Vitamin D does not appear to be effective in reducing the risk of fractures or death

Two recent clinical trials indicate that the popular belief that vitamin D supplementation protects against fractures and extends life expectancy, rooted in the biochemical mechanisms in which vitamin D is involved, has not been clinically proven. You may also be interested [EN VIDÉO] Winter: Are Vitamin Supplements Necessary? To prevent infections or fight fatigue, many … Read more

Arlanda Road, the road that charges electric cars, charts its course

You may also be interested Imagine vehicles connected to electric rails placed in the middle of traffic lanes and thus easily recharged, just by driving. This is exactly the concept of eRoadArlanda, a purpose-built two kilometer stretch in Sweden that has been tested since 2018. To be able to recharge while driving, vehicles must be … Read more

This robot learns assistive functions on its own thanks to the web

You may also be interested [EN VIDÉO] Interview: Why do we build humanoid robots? The robot is arguably the most mechanically complex type of robot. Futura-Sciences interviewed Jean-Claude Heudin, Director of the Research Laboratory at IIM (Institute for Internet and Multimedia) to understand why he is the pinnacle of robotics. Speak the voice command I … Read more

Dust grains older than the sun found on asteroid Ryugu

You may also be interested [EN VIDÉO] These are all known asteroids in our solar system Look at how many asteroids there are: Here are all the asteroids that astronomers have identified since the first discovery in 1801. The number of discoveries has actually jumped since the end of the 20th century. In 1950, Erwin … Read more

Reasons that would explain the lack of confidence in science

If, collectively, we trust the scholars and the knowledge they produce, individually, some factors can lead us to doubt the latter. What are they and what do you do about it? Three Canadian researchers in psychology are trying to determine the answers to these two questions. You may also be interested [EN VIDÉO] Project Insension: … Read more

CHR Verviers will use AI to detect fractures

by Charles Bury Journalist La Muse Ververs | Published on 16/08/2022 at 05:03 CHR Verviers wants to stay on the cutting edge of technology. The hospital has acquired a new artificial intelligence program to automatically detect bone fractures. This saves the doctors precious time. **** *** ************ ** ********* ****************** ** ** ** * * … Read more

The Mediterranean episode is expected to be very early

The southeast of France is currently experiencing the first Mediterranean episode of the season: an event that takes place in mid-August, when this phenomenon is somewhat characteristic of autumn! Is it unprecedented? You will also be interested [EN VIDÉO] How are thunderstorms formed? France has an average of 250 storm days per year. How and … Read more

All about dust demons

During the hot summer days, it happens that a vortex, sometimes impressive, suddenly forms before disappearing just as quickly: it is the dust devil, or the dust storm in French. You will also be interested [EN VIDÉO] A powerful hurricane brought the computer back Concerned by the hundreds of tornadoes that strike the central United … Read more