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May
2019

John Wick: Chapter 4 confirmed for a 2021 release

John Wick will return in 2021.

Following Chapter 3 — Parabellum’s #1 box office debut — knocking Avengers: Endgame from the top after a three-week run — John Wick 4 has been confirmed. Not only that, the sequel has a release date: May 21, 2021.

The first John Wick movie opened in 2014 and grossed just under $90 million total, while its 2017 sequel made $172 million lifetime. The third movie, which debuted last Friday, made $57 million domestically and another $36 million overseas ($93 million total), greatly outpacing John Wick 2.

News of the sequel was announced via text message, using the same service that revealed the first trailer for Chapter 3: “You have served. You will be of service. John Wick: Chapter 4 is...

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May
2019

Drone uses swiveling propellor arms to become a robotic car when it hits the ground

The FStar could be put to use in a variety of scenarios

We've seen a few versatile drones now that can adapt themselves to different modes of transport, with the AquaMav that dives in and out of the water like a seabird turned flying fish one particularly impressive example. Equally so is a new quadcopter developed at Israel's Ben-Gurion University, which flies like a regular quadcopter but turns its propellor arms into wheels to keep moving once it hits the ground.

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May
2019

Google's AI for lung cancer diagnosis proves more accurate than radiologists in early trial

Google describes the early results of the AI it developed to detect lung cancer as "encouraging"

Like all forms of the disease, an early diagnosis of lung cancer can greatly improve a patient's chance of survival but, like all cancers this is much easier said than done. A Google research initiative aimed at harnessing artificial intelligence to better model and predict lung cancer has shown promise in a newly published study, with the technology even outperforming certified radiologists in some regards.

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May
2019

Google's AI for lung cancer diagnosis proves more accurate than radiologists in early trial

Google describes the early results of the AI it developed to detect lung cancer as "encouraging"

Like all forms of the disease, an early diagnosis of lung cancer can greatly improve a patient's chance of survival but, like all cancers this is much easier said than done. A Google research initiative aimed at harnessing artificial intelligence to better model and predict lung cancer has shown promise in a newly published study, with the technology even outperforming certified radiologists in some regards.

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