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EngineeringTalk 11/21/2019 04:00
Sci-fi eye If you’re scared now, just wait until you see the future of face recognition technology, writes Gareth L Powell October’s issue of The Engineer featured an article discussing the controversy surrounding trials of live facial recognition (LFR) technology by South Wales Police and the Metropolitan Police.
EngineeringTalk 11/19/2019 04:00
Best known for his eponymous tower in Paris and the Statue of Liberty in New York, Gustave Eiffel’s career was a mixture of technical achievement, public scandal and obscurity, as Nick Smith explains Despite being one of the most important engineers and aerodynamicists of his age, Gustave Eiffel’s reputation ultimately rests on two instantly recognisable [...]. .
EngineeringTalk 11/18/2019 06:42
The “marvellous molecular machine” that enables a Pacific squid to change its appearance may have implications for pharmaceuticals and energy applications Cephalopods are fascinating creatures. Possessed of great intelligence of a form entirely alien to humans, octopus and squid have physical abilities that often defy belief. Among these is their ability to change their appearance […]. .
EngineeringTalk 11/15/2019 06:23
Fast show: Andrew Wade reports on an exciting new UK-led project to intercept a long-period comet for the first time. There’s an assumption with space missions that they must be years in the planning before they’re approved for launch. In the case of Comet Interceptor, a new UK-led project to observe a long-period comet up […]. .
EngineeringTalk 11/15/2019 06:00
Carbon nanotubes form the basis of “buckypaper” material to protect hypersonic aircraft in flight While passengers endure 19 hour non-stop flights from London to Sydney, aerospace researchers are working on ways to speed up flight. Materials scientists from Florida State University (FSU) reports in the journal Carbon that they have developed a thin, lightweight material […]. .
EngineeringTalk 11/13/2019 07:01
Hyundai has revealed details of its new noise cancellation technology, a claimed world-first that’s been six years in the making. Known as RANC (Road-noise Active Noise Control), it uses velocity sensors, amplifiers and microphones to calculate vibration and noise from the road, then uses a digital signal processor (DSP) to produce an inverted soundwave to […]. .

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