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  • ChemEngineering, Vol. 6, Pages 79: Fe Atom—Mixed Edges Fractal Graphene vi...
    The stability of small fractal graphene models with two different symmetries and Fe atoms at their mixed edges is addressed by density functional theory (DFT) calculations. Four kinds of edge configurations and Fe atom localizations are determined depending on the model. The edges have mixed configuration, the zig-zag and “intra-zig-zag”...
    Source: MDPI by Lobna Aloui
  • Applied Sciences, Vol. 12, Pages 9841: Effectiveness of Biomass Pellet Parameter...
    In order to perform quantitative analysis and predict the wear of the forming channel, this study makes biomass pellets as experimental samples. The surface morphology was scanned by a scanning electron microscope (SEM), and the surface morphology data and images were collected by a roughness instrument. Then, we collected the...
    Source: MDPI by Jianchao Zhang
  • The YouTube baker fighting back against deadly “craft hacks”
    Ann Reardon is probably the last person whose content you’d expect to be banned from YouTube. A former Australian youth worker and a mother of  three, she has her own cookbook, has baked for the BBC, and once made a coin-size apple pie for two baby chicks. Since 2011 she’s...
    Source: MIT Technology Review by Amelia Tait
  • REST: A java package for crafting realistic cosmic dust particles. (arXiv:2209.0...
    The overall understanding of cosmic dust particles is mainly inferred from the different Earth-based measurements of interplanetary dust particles and space missions such as Giotto, Stardust and Rosetta. The results from these measurements indicate the presence of a wide variety of morphologically significant dust particles. To interpret the light scattering...
    Source: arXiv.org | Physics by <a href="http://arxiv.org/find/astro-ph/1/au:+Halder_P/0/1/0/all/0/1">Prithish Halder</a>
  • Professional AI whisperers have launched a marketplace for DALL-E prompts
    A Verge-generated application of a Midjourney prompt for “futuristic succulents.” AI art isn’t just an experiment — it’s a side hustle Continue reading…...
    Source: The Verge by Adi Robertson
  • Mathematically Percolating
    When water flows through a bed of ground espresso beans, ultimately resulting in a delicious latte, the water is undergoing a process called percolation. The water slowly meanders through the coffee at just the right rate to extract the rich coffee flavors. In general, percolation refers to liquids filtering through...
    Source: Caltech by Whitney Clavin
  • A science-based move to climate change adaptation
    All countries in the world urgently need to adapt to climate change but are not yet in a good position to do so. It’s urgent because we are not even adapted to the present climate. This fact is underscored by recent weather-related calamities, such as flooding in Central Europe and...
    Source: Real Climate by rasmus
  • U.S. District Court Holds that AI Algorithms Cannot Be Listed as Inventors on Pa...
    On September 2, the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia issued a decision granting a Motion for Summary Judgment for the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) and upholding the Office’s view that AI algorithms cannot be listed as inventors on U.S. patents. The court pointed...
    Source: ipwatchdog.com by Aarti Shah
  • ‘Dabus is the Inventor’ Says Federal Court of Australia in Landmark Judgment of...
    On 30th July 2021, Federal court of Australia held that an Artificial Intelligence (AI) system can be an inventor as per the Australian Patent Act [...]...
    Source: The IP Press by Swagita Pandey
  • In a world first, South Africa grants patent to an artificial intelligence syste...
    At first glance, a recently granted South African patent relating to a “food container based on fractal geometry” seems fairly mundane. The innovation in question involves interlocking food containers that are easy for robots to grasp and stack. Source...
    Source: The Africa Report
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