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Artificial intelligence helps stroke patients walk again

Lausanne - Researchers have developed an algorithm designed with a robot-assistive rehabilitation approach, to help people learn to walk again after neurological injuries such as stroke.

Protesters wall off access to French migrant shelter

Toulouse - Protesters in a town in southwest France have built a nearly-two-metre-high wall around the entrance to a disused hotel to try to prevent it being turned into a migrant shelter.

Op-Ed: DOJ crackdown on marijuana is more of a vendetta than justice

Trump's Task Force on Crime Reduction and Public Safety, led by DOJ chief Jeff Sessions is expected to release a report in the next few days that may link marijuana use to violent crime, with recommendations for tougher sentences for its sale or use.

Review: Edmonton's Interstellar Rodeo continues to bend musical genres Special

Edmonton - The sixth annual Edmonton Interstellar Rodeo brought another line-up of genre-bending music paired with fine wine to the Hawrelak Park Amphitheatre July21-23, 2017.

'Despacito' singers slam Venezuela's Maduro for 'illegal' use of song

San Juan - The Puerto Rican duo behind the worldwide sexy smash Latin pop hit "Despacito" on Monday slammed Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro for "illegally" using their song to promote a controversial vote he is organizing.

Op-Ed: The Great DNA Ripoff? Donate your DNA swab to corporations

Sydney - The theory is that your DNA swab can be used for “counselling” of whatever standard of usefulness. The practice is that you pay companies $80 for your DNA swab to be used for god knows what.

Invasive plants follow fracking into Marcellus shale forests

Invasive, non-native plant species have been making significant inroads into Pennsylvania's forests along with unconventional natural gas fracking, a long-term study by researchers has found.

Review: Joan Jett gives Jones Beach a masterclass in rock and roll Special

Wantagh - On July 23, Joan Jett and the Blackhearts performed at the Jones Beach Theater on Long Island, along with rock band Boston.

Microsoft advances second-gen HoloLens by adding special AI chip

Microsoft has announced that the second-generation version of the unique processor used in its HoloLens augmented reality headset will include AI capabilities. The company has incorporated the technology to reduce latency and improve compute performance.

3D printers creating car factories of the future

The future for many industries is the 3D printer and the future factory will be composed of several industrial-sized printers. The car and automotive sector is one area likely to be affected. We survey the technologies.

Apple investigating ways of toppling Samsung's OLED business

Apple has reportedly bought specialist production equipment that could be used to make OLED screens for smartphones. The company may be planning to bring OLED production in-house, reducing its dependency on rival Samsung.

Crystal Hunt talks 'Lycan,' Adam Sandler and 'Magic Mike XXL' Special

Emmy-nominated actress Crystal Hunt ("Guiding Light") chatted with Digital Journal about her new horror film project "Lycan."

McCain to return to US Senate as health vote teeters

Washington - US Senator John McCain returns to Washington on Tuesday for the first time since being diagnosed with brain cancer, his office announced, in order to take key votes on repealing Obamacare and passing sanctions on Russia.

The Night Game front-man Martin Johnson talks 'The Outfield' Special

Martin Johnson of The Night Game chatted with Digital Journal about his new single "The Outfield," and upcoming show in New Jersey.

UK police chief wants security ratings on smart TVs and fridges

In the UK, Durham chief constable Mike Barton argues that customers should be given security information about internet ready appliances in the same way as they are required to give energy efficiency ratings.

Justin Bieber abruptly ends tour

New York - Justin Bieber abruptly canceled the remainder of a world tour Monday, citing "unforeseen circumstances.

Gilberto Gil daughter becomes healthy food 'guru'

Rio De Janeiro - Bela Gil may be the youngest daughter of Brazilian singer and politician Gilberto Gil, but she's not riding on her father's musical coat tails.

Wild fire threatens homes on France's Corsica

Bastia - Dozens of firefighters were battling a blaze on the French island of Corsica on Monday that has spread across 900 hectares of forest and was threatening homes, emergency services said.

Brasstracks talks new song 'Fever,' Grammy win, Chance The Rapper Special

Production duo Brasstracks chatted with Digital Journal about their new track "Fever," as well as winning a Grammy with Chance The Rapper. They also opened up about the digital transformation of the music scene.

Moon could be wetter than thought, say scientists

Paris - The Moon, long thought to be a dry, inhospitable orb, hosts surprisingly large sub-surface water reserves, which one day may quench the thirst of lunar explorers from Earth, scientists said Monday.
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