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Real-time translation seeks to break down all language barriers in the world. Several tech companies believe they are on the verge of making this a reality through new devices such as Google's Pixel Bud headphones, which can translate up to 40 languages in one to two seconds.

While the technology is still a work in progress, Google and others hope it might not be long before such technologies can help connect the world even further.

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Deep Brain Stimulation: Explained
Deep brain stimulation is being studied as a treatment for any number of neurological and psychological conditions. But what is it, exactly?

Deep brain stimulation is being studied as a treatment for any number of neurological and psychological conditions. But what is it, exactly?

Medical Innovation
Scientists Grow Tear Gland Organoids That Can Actually Cry
Tear Gland Organoids
Medical Innovation
Scientists Grow Tear Gland Organoids That Can Actually Cry
Researchers have grown tear gland organoids that can actually cry, a potential breakthrough in the treatment of dry eye disease.

Researchers have grown tear gland organoids that can actually cry, a potential breakthrough in the treatment of dry eye disease.

Robotics
If You Train Robots Like Dogs, They Learn Faster
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Robotics
If You Train Robots Like Dogs, They Learn Faster
The dog-inspired SPOT framework effectively trains an AI robot more quickly than other reinforcement learning methods.

The dog-inspired SPOT framework effectively trains an AI robot more quickly than other reinforcement learning methods.

Clean Energy
New Solar Cells Could Be a Breakthrough in Clean Energy
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Clean Energy
New Solar Cells Could Be a Breakthrough in Clean Energy
Better solar cells are an objectively good thing. Two new breakthroughs may help us harness more light, more cost effectively.

Better solar cells are an objectively good thing. Two new breakthroughs may help us harness more light, more cost effectively.

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The Future of Cancer Research
The Future of Cancer Research
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The Future of Cancer Research
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Dispatches
Does CRISPR Cause Cancer?
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Dispatches
Does CRISPR Cause Cancer?
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