Science & Technology
I'm a freelance journalist covering science and technology as a staff writer at Out Of The Box Science, This is Brainy
and Serbian online newspaper srbijadanas.com,
while occasionally write for many other worldwide websites.
My primary aim is to provide informative, quality and efficient articles because I care about your satisfaction and my reputation.
Science & Technology
Artificial intelligence has come a long way from the time when it made a first sensational victory in 1997 when IBM's computer DeepBlue won the legendary Kasparov in a game in which he was an undisputed ruler. Today, 20 years later, the development of AI got galloping speed, approaching the moment when the boundaries between ...
Mankind has always been fascinated by the heights. From the very beginning when we were surrounded just by nature, people have yearned for heights. No matter if it has shown as a look to the sky or climb to the tree, our heads has always been lifted up.
Imagine that you could store Itunes library of 35 million songs in a device not larger than a credit card? Sound impressive and thanks to IBM research possible in the near future. What a remarkable achievement for data storage technology have managed to accomplish IBM Research.
In the tech world, a lot of things happens every day. Sometimes seems hard to capture all the news and creative innovations. Luckily, the meanings of new discoveries aro so useful, that we can't overlook them. We have prepared for you top 4 tech stories in 2016! 1.
There are many strange things we don't understand about our universe, with black holes, dark matter and a whole bunch of weird sights and sounds out there that we just can't figure out. But what is even more complicated when we think we understand, and then we make a discovery that confuses us, especially when ...
Researchers from the National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS) in Thales, the University of Bordeaux in Paris-Sud, and Evry have created an artificial synapse called a memristor directly on a chip. This leads the way for intelligent systems that will use less energy and take less time to learn autonomously.
Engineering researchers at the University of Minnesota have created a 3D printed bionic skin, potentially creating a way for robots to feel like humans do. Based on stretchable electronic sensory devices also make it easier for other robots to walk and interact with their environment.
Facebook's annual developer conference took place this year on April 18th and 19th in San Jose, California and the company have shared its vision for the future of VR, 360-degree imaging, bots on Messenger, and more. One of the subjects of the conference was particularly interesting.
Three years ago a team of British researchers from Surrey NanoSystems invented and produced the blackest material known to science named Vantablack. Since then, the team permanently works on material by updating its blackness. Today, there is no spectrometer in the world powerful enough to measure how much light it absorbs.
CERN continues with their incredible discoveries, bringing to the table whole new physics. After the discovery of Higgs Boson, disproving the existence of the paranormal and finding evidence of a new manifestation of mater-antimatter asymmetry, this time they discovered entirely new five sub-atomic particles. Revealing of these particles can help scientists to explain how the ...