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Bing app gets image search function

Microsoft has now outfitted their Bing app with a new feature that allows users to "search the web using (their) camera." This tool is being likened to the Google Lens and other third-party apps that utilize AI for object recognition.

First stretchable holographic display revealed

By using gold nanorods embedded into a contact lens material, technologists have succeeded in creating a new kind of holographic display. The display is based on a special film which is stretchable.

Tetris can help block flashbacks of traumatic events

A study has found that playing Tetris can help people recover from post-traumatic stress disorder and overcome the repeated flashbacks it triggers. In a new investigation, playing Tetris reduced the number of memories of the event by over 50 percent.

Teaching robots to see

A computer scientist is close to completing a system that will allow robots to “see” still objects in a way that is similar to how people might view them.

Super glasses let surgeons see cancer

New high-tech glasses have been developed, to be worn by surgeons, to allow them to see cancer cells. The glasses were tried out for the first time by a surgeon this week.

Op-Ed: Entertaining the Masses in Developing, Poor Countries Special

In a YouTube world, literacy will have vanished and with it knowledge. Visuals and graphics can convey information, but they rarely proffer organizing principles and theories.

Brain 'closes eyes' for music

No, music lovers, you’re not imagining it. The brain actually reduces inputs from visual sources to listen to music. That may explain the relative immunity of some people to visual spam, but it’s also a fascinating study in relative priorities.

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