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Forget the instrument: "think" the music

In the heart of Rome, at the International Academy of Music and Art, an alternative kind of music lesson is underway. Researchers are trying to

In the heart of Rome, at the International Academy of Music and Art, an alternative kind of music lesson is underway. Researchers are trying to

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Artificial intelligence: Debunking the myths

Could robots and artificial intelligence one day take over the human race? Artificial intelligence (AI) has the potential to eradicate disease and

Could robots and artificial intelligence one day take over the human race? Artificial intelligence (AI) has the potential to eradicate disease and

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Passwords test memory

At euronews we have been asked to change the password of our computer. Many of us have difficulty remembering the new password which we have to

At euronews we have been asked to change the password of our computer. Many of us have difficulty remembering the new password which we have to

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Fish on wheels take their tanks for a spin

The design lab Studio Diip in the Netherlands, has created what they claim is the first self-driving car for fish, dubbing it ‘Fish on Wheels.

The design lab Studio Diip in the Netherlands, has created what they claim is the first self-driving car for fish, dubbing it ‘Fish on Wheels.

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Writing the future - will the tablet replace the pen?

From early childhood we take a pen in our hand and we write. It is a discipline that has been the foundation of compulsory formal education since the

From early childhood we take a pen in our hand and we write. It is a discipline that has been the foundation of compulsory formal education since the

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Behind the mask of biometric security

How reliable is biometric security? Computers recognize us by our faces, voices and fingerprints, but can we trick them by pretending to be someone

How reliable is biometric security? Computers recognize us by our faces, voices and fingerprints, but can we trick them by pretending to be someone

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How to hack biometric security?

It’s so easy, anyone can do it. Identity thieves bypass some systems of facial, voice or fingerprint recognition by pretending to be somebody else

It’s so easy, anyone can do it. Identity thieves bypass some systems of facial, voice or fingerprint recognition by pretending to be somebody else

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WWII codebreaker Alan Turing gets royal pardon for gay conviction

Mathematician Alan Turing, who helped Britain win World War Two by cracking Nazi Germany’s “unbreakable” Enigma code, was granted a rare royal pardon

Mathematician Alan Turing, who helped Britain win World War Two by cracking Nazi Germany’s “unbreakable” Enigma code, was granted a rare royal pardon

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Managing the masses, when push comes to shove

Major events, such as concerts or sports matches, can involve risks. When too many people are in a space which is too small or badly adapted to their

Major events, such as concerts or sports matches, can involve risks. When too many people are in a space which is too small or badly adapted to their

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Written on the wind - the future of texting?

Typing text messages on a mobile phone via the tiny soft keyboard is very cumbersome. How about simply writing your words in the air? This idea

Typing text messages on a mobile phone via the tiny soft keyboard is very cumbersome. How about simply writing your words in the air? This idea

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Forecasting crime

Weather forecasting is a standard fixture but how about forecasting crime? Well, a new software programme called “PredPol” claims to do just that and

Weather forecasting is a standard fixture but how about forecasting crime? Well, a new software programme called “PredPol” claims to do just that and

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Paralysed woman feeds herself with robotic arm

After more than a decade of paralysis from the neck down, the one thing Jan Scheuemann wanted to be able to do was feed herself a bar of

After more than a decade of paralysis from the neck down, the one thing Jan Scheuemann wanted to be able to do was feed herself a bar of

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The Internet of Things: hanging out at LeWeb2012

You meet plenty of interesting people as you wander around the various rooms of the LeWeb conference. People who are pushing forward the boundaries

You meet plenty of interesting people as you wander around the various rooms of the LeWeb conference. People who are pushing forward the boundaries

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LeWeb2012: hanging out with fighter pilot Brian Shul

On day 2 of the LeWeb2012 conference in Paris, euronews’ Marie Jamet hosted a Google+ Hangout with Brian Shul, a speaker at LeWeb 2012. Shul is an

On day 2 of the LeWeb2012 conference in Paris, euronews’ Marie Jamet hosted a Google+ Hangout with Brian Shul, a speaker at LeWeb 2012. Shul is an

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Euronews hangs out with InteraXon CEO Ariel Garten

At the LeWeb 12 conference in Paris, euronews’ Mark Davis hosted a Google+ Hangout with InteraXon CEO Ariel Garten as a guest. Ariel presented

At the LeWeb 12 conference in Paris, euronews’ Mark Davis hosted a Google+ Hangout with InteraXon CEO Ariel Garten as a guest. Ariel presented

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Intelligent tyres

Italian tyre manufacturer Pirelli has launched a new product – Cyber Fleet is an intelligent tyre designed for lorries that uses an electronic sensor

Italian tyre manufacturer Pirelli has launched a new product – Cyber Fleet is an intelligent tyre designed for lorries that uses an electronic sensor

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3D printing could 'revolutionise manufacturing'

3D printing technology is progressing rapidly, and some experts say it could revolutionise the way objects are made in the future. An object is

3D printing technology is progressing rapidly, and some experts say it could revolutionise the way objects are made in the future. An object is