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500-camera dome trains computer to read body language

A new computer program coupled with a 500-camera dome makes it possible for people to communicate with machines through body language. Roselle Chen reports. Reuters Video: Technology

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Defibrillator drones could save lives in hard-to-reach areas

Researchers have developed a drone with the capability of transporting and delivering an AED (Automatic External Defibrillator) to rural areas in the first few minutes after cardiac arrest to facilitate early defibrillation. Roselle Chen reports. Reuters Video: Technology

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Insect robot that an amateur can program

Six-legged robot HEXA isn’t simply a slightly creepy, over-sized insect that will scare your children. It’s a highly adaptable robot open to developers, allowing them to practice programming and coding skills, using simple commands. Jim Drury reports. Reuters Video: Technology

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Slovak clinic treats lazy eye with VR game

The condition called ‘lazy eye’ has long been considered untreatable in adults, but a clinic in Slovakia says a treatment does exist, and it’s simple as child’s play – literally. Roselle Chen reports. Reuters Video: Technology

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Warren introduces Equifax bill, launches industry probe

U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren said on Friday she has begun an investigation into Equifax’s massive data breach and, along with 11 other Democratic senators, introduced a bill to give consumers the ability to freeze their credit for free. Reuters Video: Technology

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3D-printed mask could lead to brain scanning on the move

Scientists develop a 3D-printed prototype wearable brain scanner they say is four times as sensitive as current magnetoencephalography systems. Amy Pollock reports. Reuters Video: Technology

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Glow-in-the-dark jacket that’s charged by sunlight

Twin brothers Steve and Nick Tidball have created a solar-powered glow-in-the-dark, waterproof jacket that they hope will allow late-night runners and cyclists to safely exercise for up to twelve hours in the pitch black. Jim Drury reports. Reuters Video: Technology

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Passive polygraph takes lie detection into 21st Century

Seattle-based SilverLogic Labs have developed what they call a ‘passive polygraph’, basically a hi-tech version of the lie detector test. Francis Maguire has more. Reuters Video: Technology

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The submarine of the future?

Britain’s Royal Navy has released a series of futuristic submarine concepts which mimic real marine life forms and radically change the way underwater warfare could look in 50 years. Stuart McDill reports. Reuters Video: Technology

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Finger-worn swimming tech makes waves

A ring-style fitness tracker for swimmers uses force and motion sensors collect data on the hands’ movement as they push through the water. Matthew Stock reports. Reuters Video: Technology