Could a complex prototype system of sensors and cables on the sea floor in Indonesia warn scientists of future tsunamis? Professor Louise Comfort from the University of Pittsburgh explains how this might work. What could be the consequences of hidden messages encoded into audio that voice recognition systems can hear, but we can’t? Professor Dorothea Kolossa from the University of Bochum has been hacking into these systems to find out. Is the age of tech fibre really upon us? Professor Yoel Fink from MIT says his team is on the verge of developing true tech clothes that will be able ...
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