AI News, 5 Things You Missed This Week at IEEE Spectrum: Solar DC Microgrids, Disposable Paper Drones, and More
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5 Things You Missed This Week at IEEE Spectrum: Solar DC Microgrids, Disposable Paper Drones, and More
He insists that instead of making heavy investments in building up generation, transmission, and distribution, it would be more affordable, more efficient, and more expeditious to deploy solar direct-current microgrids.
But over the longer term, when a younger generation fills positions at companies, they will be more receptive, unlike older managers who have little familiarity with digital education.”
Otherlab’s APSARA drone “comes as a flat-pack thing with a bunch of sheets of cardboard that’s been laser cut and scored, and you can fold it up [to assemble it] when you’re ready to go,” says an Otherlab engineer.Once it arrives and the payload is recovered, it’ll just degrade and disappear.
Heat-Sensitive Skin for Prosthetic Limbs Artificial skinas heat-sensitive as pit vipers’ infrared-sensing organs—the most sensitive heat detectors in nature—could one day help prosthetics and robot limbs detect subtle changes in temperature, a new study finds.
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