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Marinko Stevanovic
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Artificial Intelligence continues to surpass human ability — this time in doodle deduction.
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Optical computing: Superfast light emitting device sets new record http://news360.com/article/304379370
Researchers have developed an ultrafast light-emitting device that can flip on and off 90 billion times a second, paving the way for high speed optical computing. Duke University researchers...
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The Financial Singularity Will Destroy Your Return http://news360.com/article/304483071
The Financial Singularity Will Destroy Your Return ( GS ,C, SCHW ) The financial services industry has gone through a transformation, and algorithms now widely dictate investment decisions....
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The discovery is a major breakthrough because, until now, genetic aberrations have been seen as the main cause of almost all cancer.
Cancer can be caused solely by protein imbalances within cells, a study of ovarian cancer has found. The discovery is a major breakthrough because, until now, genetic aberrations have been seen as the main cause of almost all cancer.
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Working Memory, Intelligence and the Neural Efficiency Hypothesis http://news360.com/article/304291643
The brains of more intelligent people are capable of solving tasks more efficiently, which is why these people have superior cognitive faculties, or as Elsbeth Stern, Professor for Research on...
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n a study published in the July 24 issue of the journal Science, the scientists describe how they constructed the fibers by wrapping lighter-than-air, electrically conductive sheets of tiny carbon nanotubes to form a jelly-roll-like sheath around a long rubber core.

The new fibers differ from conventional materials in several ways. For example, when conventional fibers are stretched, the resulting increase in length and decrease in cross-sectional area restricts the flow of electrons through the material. But even a “giant” stretch of the new conducting sheath-core fibers causes little change in their electrical resistance, said Dr. Ray Baughman, senior author of the paper and director of the Alan G. MacDiarmid NanoTech Institute at UT Dallas.
UT Dallas scientists have constructed novel fibers by wrapping sheets of tiny carbon nanotubes to form a sheath around a long rubber core. This illustration
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The theory is changing the way scientists attempt to isolate dark matter, as it suggests that they should be looking for less massive particles, Hochberg said.
A team of researchers has proposed a theory that dark matter is made up of particles similar to those that hold atomic nuclei together. The five researchers, two of whom are from UC Berkeley, propose that dark matter particles are less massive and interact with one another more than previously ...
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How to make chromosomes from DNA http://news360.com/article/304421616
Researchers at the University of Tokyo have discovered a long-overlooked process important for converting a long, string-like DNA molecule into a chromosome. This finding gives us a better...
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Spintronic Devices Possible Without Magnetic Material http://news360.com/article/304522427
Spintronics , which has offered a promising alternative to electronics, may have just been given a boost that moves it from mere promise to likely future backbone of computing. A young...
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A scientist used a mathematical model to demonstrate that bacteria can control the behavior of an inanimate device like a robot.
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Babies' brains show that social skills linked to second language learning http://news360.com/article/304250630
Babies learn language best by interacting with people rather than passively through a video or audio recording. But it's been unclear what aspects of social interactions make them so important...
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I am optimistic about the future and know that technology will provide society with many benefits. I also realize that millions will face permanent unemployment. I worry that if we keep brushing this issue under the rug, social upheaval will result. We must make the transition easier by providing for those worst affected. In the short term, we will create many new jobs in the United States to build robots and factories and program new computer systems.  But the employment boom won’t last long.
As technology kills jobs, we must find a way to prevent social unrest.
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Vienna Austria
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Liješanj by Zvornik in Bosnia - Zvornik (Bosnia), Tuzla (Bosnia), Beograd (Serbia)
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Poet, Humanist, Peace Activist
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- Poet, teacher,peace activist, humanist, highly educated autodidact, avid swimmer
- Many years of professional experience with people (children and adults) 
- Versatile, creative, innovative, multi-talented, multilingual 


- Poet, Lehrer, Friedensaktivist, Humanist, hoch gebildete Autodidakt, leidenschaftlicher Schwimmer
- Langjährige Berufserfahrung mit Menschen (Kinder und Erwachsene)
- Vielseitig, kreativ, innovativ, Multitalent, mehrsprachig


- Pjesnik, učitelj, mirovni aktivist, humanist, visoko obrazovani autodidakt, strastveni plivač
- Mnogo godina radnog iskustva u struci s ljudima (djecom i odraslima)
- Svestran, kreativan, inovativan, multi-talentiranovan, koristim više jezika
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  • University of Belgrade
    Astronomy, 1981 - 1995
  • University of Tuzla
    Educational Academy, 1985 - 1987
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