Month: August 2022

AI could close gaps in care for women with heart attacks

AI could close gaps in care for women with heart attacks

Researchers have developed a new risk score based on artificial intelligence that improves personalized care for heart attack patients. Heart attacks are one of the leading causes of death worldwide, and women who experience a heart attack have a higher mortality rate than men. This has worried cardiologists for decades and led to controversy in …

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Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4: 6 tips to make the most of its new main panel

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4: 6 tips to make the most of its new main panel

Samsung’s latest, greatest and most expensive foldable smartphone is here. Galaxy Z Fold 4 has a slightly improved design compared to From translation 3giving it slightly larger displays, improved cameras and a brand new software feature courtesy of Android 12L. This new software feature is the main panel, which is located at the bottom of …

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Will AMD Ryzen 7000 prices limit the first "Zen 4" processors?

Will AMD Ryzen 7000 prices limit the first “Zen 4” processors?

On paper, AMD’s upcoming Ryzen 7000 series CPU family looks like the company’s most robust desktop processors to date. At first glance, their prices cause some concern. The four new Ryzen 7000 chips range in price from $699 for the high-end 16-core Ryzen 9 7950X to $299 for the mid-range six-core Ryzen 5 7600X. Indeed, …

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'One of the biggest dumb moves': Souths damned for Suaalia loss - and 'never mind' excuse

‘One of the biggest dumb moves’: Souths damned for Suaalia loss – and ‘never mind’ excuse

The Rabbitohs losing superstar young gun Joseph Suaalii to the Roosters will “go down as one of the biggest dumb moves in South Sydney history” and an embarrassing example of “salary cap mismanagement”. With the two fierce rivals set to clash in a sold-out opener at the new Allianz Stadium this weekend, Suaalii will meet …

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A famous Churchill portrait swapped for a replica at an Ottawa hotel goes unnoticed by staff for months

A famous Churchill portrait swapped for a replica at an Ottawa hotel goes unnoticed by staff for months

A famous WWII-era portrait of British Prime Minister Winston Churchill has been stolen from an Ottawa hotel and replaced with a copy without staff noticing for months. It took officials at the Fairmont Chateau Laurier hotel at least eight months to realize the photo, which may be worth more than $100,000, had been tampered with, …

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Australian brothers Ed and Bill Ovenden launched The Lad Collective in September 2020 after having a

The Lad Collective: Brothers reinvent the bed sheet and doona cover

When brothers Ed and Bill Ovenden moved into a shared house in Queensland, they quickly realized how much they hated making their beds – and looked for a better solution. However, options were limited, so they decided to reinvent traditional sheets by designing an alternative with labels on both ends to make it easy to …

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Artificial intelligence model can detect Parkinson’s disease from breathing patterns – Neuroscience News

Summary: A newly developed artificial intelligence model can detect Parkinson’s disease by reading a person’s breathing patterns. The algorithm can also recognize the severity of Parkinson’s disease and track progression over time. Source: WITH Parkinson’s disease is notoriously difficult to diagnose because it relies primarily on the appearance of motor symptoms such as tremors, stiffness, …

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Elon Musk has a controversial idea to solve the energy crisis

Elon Musk has a controversial idea to solve the energy crisis

Elon Musk is a global CEO with a keen interest in geopolitical affairs. Since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine on February 24, co-founder and CEO of Tesla (TSLA) she closely followed the progress of the war, which had already caused many deaths and displaced millions. Russian bombing also destroyed many Ukrainian cities. Currently, all eyes are …

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