Human assessments are still more accurate than machine assessments.
NASA has successfully transmitted messages from space via laser over a distance of 16 million kilometers, proving the usefulness of a promising and innovative technology for space communications.
Researchers have found that GPT-4 ADA, on which ChatGPT is based, can generate fake clinical trial data sets to test a scientific hypothesis.
Neurobiologists have discovered in mice that not only the quantity but also the taste can regulate appetite. This should also apply to humans.
Wound dressings made from fish skin are particularly suitable as a dressing material. A team of researchers in Graz is now investigating the exact mode of action.
In our atmosphere, in these times of anthropogenic global warming, we would rather see methane disappear. A powerful greenhouse gas.
“Amatersasu” was the most energetic cosmic particle of the last 30 years
Why dolomite crystals do not grow under normal conditions?
A research team investigated which personality traits are shared by healthy people over 100. The result is consistent with studies on happiness.
First detection of ring-shaped spin structures in a normal material.
Radiation exposure and weightlessness during trips to Mars are likely to severely impair the function of the male sex organ.
A massive sunspot region made up of at least six different sunspot groups has emerged on the sun’s nearside.
No, it’s not a question of reading the beginnings of neurodegenerative diseases in coffee grounds, but it could well be that, in this insignificant black powder, scientists have succeeded in extracting caffeic acid-based compounds that could help protect brain cells.
Researchers have investigated the molecular basis of itching – and have discovered unexpected processes that are triggered by a bacterium.
In 2019, the star that usually lights up our winter skies had lost some of its splendor. Betelgeuse’s luminosity had plummeted, and astronomers sought to understand why.