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AI;robot;Jiajia;artificial intelligenceChina's "Robot Goddess" Does Live Interview with U.S. Journalist

National Space Day;space program;Tianzhou-1;TianzhouNational Space Day Aims to Inspire the Next Generation

Tianzhou-I;Tiangong;cargo spacecraft;Tianzhou-IChina Launched First Cargo Spacecraft Tianzhou-I

China's "Robot Goddess" Does Live Interview with U.S. Journalist

China's human-like robot, named Jia Jia, did a live "interview" with Kevin Kelly, a famous U.S. journalist and technology observer, on Monday. The interview was hailed by scientific experts as "having symbolic significance" as it is the world's first interactive conversation between an "artificial intelligence (AI) reporter" and a human being.

Research News

  • climate change;thermal comfort

    Apr 27, 2017

    Feeling the Heat—Changes in the Human Perception of Temperature ov...

    How has thermal comfort changed in recent decades over China against the background of the global warming? Scientists carried out an investigation over mainland China using the index of effective temperature (ET), which combines the effects of temperature, humidity and wind speed. The human perception of temperature was classified on a scale based on the values of the ET index, ranging from very cold, cold, cool, comfortable, to warm, hot, and very hot.

  • polyhedron assembly;supercapacitor;flexible electronic;energy density;carbon nanotube

    Apr 27, 2017

    Scientists Propose a Continuous Carbon Nitride Polyhedron Assembly ...

    Recently, a team of researchers, led by Prof. CHEN Wei at Suzhou Institute of Nano-Tech and Nano-Bionics (SINANO), Chinese Academy of Sciences, proposed a novel assembly strategy to fabricate a flexible supercapacitor with high energy capacity and long cycling life.

  • adsorbent;hydroxyapatite (HAP) nanowires;fluoride;organic micropollutants;adsorption;membrane

    Apr 27, 2017

    New Adsorbent to Remove Fluoride and Organic Micropollutants from C...

    LIU Jinhuai and KONG Lingtao's joint team of Institute of Intelligent Machines, Hefei Institutes of Physical Science,Chinese Academy of Sciences, successfully prepared a new kind of adsorbent to remove fluoride and organic micropollutants for the first time.

Multimedia News

NSSC;space exploration;WU Ji

Scientists Select 80 Projects for Funding and...

This month a team of experts selected 80 space exploration projects for funding and developments.

Haiyi-1;Haiyi;Mariana Trench;Tansuo-1;Explorer-1

China-made Underwater Glider "Haiyi" Breaks W...

China-made underwater glider "Haiyi" has broken the world record for depth of dive.

Scientists Try to Boost Finless Porpoise Number

China is trying to save the beloved underwater creature -- finless porpoise...

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