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Cockroach-like robots to fix plane engines

Rolls-Royce believes these tiny insect-inspired robots will save engineers time by serving as their eyes and hands within the tight confines of an airplane’s engine. The company plans to mount a camera on each robot to allow engineers to see what’s going on inside an engine without have to take it apart. Rolls-Royce thinks it could even train its cockroach-like robots to complete repairs. https://futurism.com/cockroach-robots-rolls-royce/

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An app that helps to create better relationships – two minutes at a time

“The most fundamental finding from positive psychology is that strong personal relationships have the greatest impact on your satisfaction with life.” Black Dog Institute. Take Two is a mobile app that empowers relationships and the people in them. Based on Positive Psychology and the psychology of change, Take Two is full of inspiration, wisdom and science based facts carefully curated to help strengthen relationships. People are busy and Take Two is on a mission to help create better relationships – two minutes a time. Here’s what one Take Two user has to say, “Take Two recalibrates me every day. When I receive my personally tailored quote ‘gift’ it’s like an instant meditation shot. I stop, smile, remember to breathe and my outlook on everything, not just my relationships, shifts – upwards. I’m so grateful for my daily dose of nurturing support from Take Two. This app is like a good friend holding your hand and the quotes are always just right.” https://www.taketwoapp.com.au/

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World first melanoma blood test

Australian scientists have developed a world-first blood test capable of detecting early stage melanoma, which could save thousands of lives each year. The test works by detecting antibodies in a person’s blood, which develop to fight off cancerous cells, and highlight if a person may have melanoma. www.9news.com.au/national/2018/07/18/06/52/australian-melanoma-blood-test-early-stage-detection-cancer-prevention

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The world’s first burger made by a robot

A new burger store in San Francisco is introducing a fully automated burger making machine. The Creator Storefront restaurant will be host to the Creator robot that can grind beef, cook it to order, slice the buns and assemble toppings. It aims to provide the quality associated with good restaurants at a fast-food price. https://interestingengineering.com/the-worlds-first-robot-made-burger-is-served-in-san-francisco-for-6

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A robot that’s a security guard

A robot that’s a security guard

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Your face is your passport at Qantas

Qantas is trialling a biometrics system that uses your face as your passport at Sydney International Airport. Participants will have their face scanned to prove identity, instead of a passport. In the future your face will be your passport and your boarding pass. Qantas customers will not only be able to check-in for their flight using the technology, it is also available for their lounge staff who can create a more personalized experience when you arrive. https://www.cnbc.com/2018/07/05/your-face-will-be-your-passport-qantas-passengers-start-using-biome.html?

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An easy way to monitor your blood sugar level

Theresa May was spotted wearing a diabetes patch when she met Donald Trump for a black-tie dinner in London recently. She revealed her type 1 diabetes diagnosis in 2013 and uses the FreeStyle Libre flash glucose monitoring device which has a small sensor that lasts for two weeks and monitors the fluid just under the surface of the skin. When you wear it you can scan it with another device or a mobile phone to get your blood sugar level. https://www.smh.com.au/world/europe/why-theresa-may-was-wearing-a-white-patch-on-her-arm-when-she-met-donald-trump-20180713-p4zrb2.html

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An X-ray breakthrough

The images created by the Lumitron Hyperview machines have 1000 times the resolution of a traditional X-ray. Limitron Technologies plans that its machines will be able to replace traditional X-ray and CT scanners in hospitals and identify problems such as tumours in far more detail. They would also have ultra-low radiation compared with today’s machines and theoretically be able to treat a tumour with precision radiotherapy at the same time as imaging it. https://www.afr.com/technology/aussies-lumitron-hunts-biggest-xray-breakthrough-since-1800s-with-336m-raise-20180626-h11vii

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A project that bridges the generation gap

A “living library” project in Malaysia’s capital is sharing older people’s knowledge with the young, to improve the lives of retired people and bridge Kuala Lumpur’s generation gap. It links groups of students with retirement homes so older people can discuss the challenges they face living in the city and the students can offer solutions. The project is run by the World Economic Forum’s Global Shapers Community, an international network of young professionals from business, academia and civil society, seeking to make a positive impact in local communities. https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2018/06/kuala-lumpur-living-library-bridges-generation-gap-in-aging-asia

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An automated restaurant experience

At one of Alibaba’s high-tech Hema grocery stores in Shanghai you can enjoy an automated dining experience. As you enter a quick QR code scan shows you your table and automatically notes your seat in the system for Hema’s robotic waiters. You can look at a fresh array of seafood and handpick your own ingredients, paid for in-app. A raised highway of robot pods has replaced human waitstaff with humans mostly left to the greeting and cooking. www.axios.com/alibaba-robot-restaurant-shanghai-china-automation-41348039-2540-4a42-8495-f0991db71574.html?

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Identifying the embryo with the best chance of life

“Ivy” is the artificial intelligence being developed by Sydney-based healthcare start-up Harrison-AI, and IVFAustralia (part of listed player Virtus Health), and allows embryologists to identify the embryo with the best chance of achieving a successful pregnancy as quickly as possible. https://www.afr.com/business/health/virtus-health-says-artificial-intelligence-has-potential-to-make-ivf-babies-20180627-h11xpl

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