Smart Water Management Systems To Tackle Scarcity

Experts, policy makers, and layman, everyone has discussed climate change and the consequences of human inaction. Humans are largely responsible for most of the climatic change these days. In another hundred years, we will wipe out more than half of the rain forests. As a result, the future generations will have to fight for clean water and air. It is high time that humans swiftly initiate action and make earth


What makes humans narrowly more evolved than chimpanzees and bonobos, our closest nonhuman primates, despite their similar genetic makeup? There are evident behavioral and cognitive differences. Thus, scientists are curious about learning this mysterious property of humanness since the inception of brain research. In this space a new development holds potential to make strides. Researchers at the Salk Institute jointly with researchers at the anthropology department of UC, San Diego

Humans Help to Complete Robot Learning

In the Gates Computer Science Building at Stanford University, a screen attached to a red robotic arm which lights up and its eyes blink. Ajay Mandlekar, a Ph.D. student in electrical engineering introduced the robot ‘Bender.’ These researchers are using this robot arm for testing two frameworks together which can make the learning basic skills faster and easier. One of this framework, RoboTurk allows people to direct the robot arm