What if a portable computer system could one day interact directly with the human brain to help restore a person's ability to see or hear? A project recently launched by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) is tasking research teams with answering that question.
Earlier it was reportedthat Airbus is preparing to begin testing of “flying car” at the end of 2017, but now the company representatives said they plan a large-scale test at the end of 2018. This has all the necessary expertise and resources, but the purpose of the unit is the creation of a comfortable and safe vehicle capable of carrying several passengers. Apparently, this was the reason for the decision on the postponement of the flight tests of passenger drones.
British businessman Joshua Browder has developed a bot-lawyer for a long time. Before launching it across America, Browder tested in New York, Seattle and the UK. Now a bot-lawyer using artificial intelligence to provide free online consultations is available to all Americans who want to obtain the necessary legal information.
Hyperloop One completed the first full-scale test of its hyperloop technology in a vacuum environment on May 12th, the company announced today. In the test, the company’s hyperloop vehicle — which uses magnetic levitation, or mag-lev, technology — pulled 2 Gs while reaching 70 miles per hour down the length of the company’s test track in Nevada.
April 12 this year in Gylym Ordasy was held a forum “Science in conditions of modernization 3.0”, dedicated to the Day of scientists. Minister of education and science of the Republic of Kazakhstan E. Sagadiev congratulated the scientific community with the holiday, stressing that this day is the birthday of Kazakhstan science founder Kanysh Satpayev. In his speech, he underlined 3 key questions, with a systematic and comprehensive answer to which a qualitative breakthrough in the development of science is possible.
In the framework of forum “Kazakhstani science in conditions of modernization: 3.0”, dedicated to the Day of science, 2 sessions were held in JSC “NCSSTE, the first one is on the discussion of international standards of quality of scientific journals, the second one is devoted to the topical issues of activity of state scientific and technical expertise (SSTE) and national scientific councils (NSC).
Training Workshop on Preparing R&D Proposal and Technological entrepreneurship for CIS Countries was organized for the first time in Kazakhstan on the basis of the JSC, National Center of Science and Technology Evaluation (NCSTE).
June 19, 2014 the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan and the Ministry of Science, Information and Communication Technologies and future planning of the Republic of Korea has signed a memorandum of understanding in the field of science and technology activities during the state visit of the President of the Republic of South Korea Park Geun-Hye to Kazakhstan.
The beginning of September is associated with the Day of Knowledge, commencement of the new academic year. The National Center, following these good traditions, sent a group of its experts to the Kaizen Quality Management Training Seminar.
In recent years this Japanese system is gaining popularity worldwide meaning "continuous improvement." One of the most famous tools is Kaizen 5S system named after the first letters of Japanese words with the English equivalent:
Assessment process automation reduces the subjective factor On 17 September 2013, Astana. The National Center accommodated an applied training seminar involving Mr. Alberto Zigoni, Scival International Expert (Netherlands) on extensive use of Reviewer Finder application.