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Information Technology Function

Can information technology function as assistive technology?

Information technology” (IT) is “any equipment or interconnected system or subsystem of equipment, that is used in the automatic acquisition, storage, manipulation, management, movement, control, display, switching, interchange, transmission, or reception of data or information. Information technology includes computers, ancillary equipment, software, firmware and similar procedures, services (including support services), and related resources.

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Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin Sets Record – New Rocket Launch

Named after NASA astronaut Alan Shepard, Blue Origin's New Shepard rocket successfully launched from the company's Van Horn, Texas launch facility on October 13, 2020, at 13:35 UTC for its NS-13 mission.The star of the mission's 12 commercial payloads was undoubtedly the "Deorbit, Descent, and...

Spaghettification of Star Around Black Hole Captured

Recently, scientists around the world collectively captured a rare moment. In a flash of light, a supermassive black hole sucked in and 'spaghettified' an otherwise ordinary star.The phenomenon we call 'spaghettification' here is formally called a tidal disruption event. This recorded instance is...

Lung Cancer-Detecting Algorithm Shows Impressive Results

Using artificial intelligence (AI) algorithms has proven to be hugely beneficial across a number of industries, and the field of medicine is no stranger to it. A new study carried out by the South Korean medical AI startup, Lunit, and the Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) has discovered that...

Inside Gravity’s daring mission to make jetpacks a reality

The first time someone flies a jetpack, a curious thing happens: just as their body leaves the ground, their legs start to flail. Adrenaline floods into the bloodstream. The lumbrical muscles in the feet tighten, toes grasp desperately at the earth. It’s as if the vestibular system can’t quite...

NASA Covers 71st IAC Conference – New Artemis Updates?

NASA broadcasted the 71st International Astronautic Congress on Monday, where the agency gave critical updates on the Artemis program to build a base of operations on the moon, according to NASA's "Explore As One" post on its official website — beginning at 12:30 PM EDT, and airing on NASA's...