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DAILY INNOVATION BRIEF by Maryanne Kane, Journalist

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D A ILY INNOVATION BRIEF   By Journalists Edward  Kane & Marya nne Kane HOW TO GET SMARTER FASTER - NEW NEUROSCIENCE                                                                                     Source:  Stock New neuroscience research demonstrates specific steps you can take to learn new subjects, skills and tasks more quickly and retain more.  Here are some tips from neuroscientists: Learn several new subjects simultaneously.  Neuroscientists call this interleaving.  Instead of focusing on one subject, task or skill during a study session, they suggest focusing on several related subjects in succession.  They say the variety keeps your mind more engaged, active and enables you to learn more quickly. Frequently vary the way you study. According to experts at Johns Hopkins, constant repetition is not as effective as varying and modifying the subject or skill you're trying to learn. Rehearse your new skills out loud.  Experts say that's a big re-enforcer. Wait 6 hours

DAILY INNOVATION BRIEF by Maryanne Kane, Journalist

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D A ILY INNOVATION BRIEF   By Journalists Edward  Kane & Marya nne Kane HOW TO GET SMARTER FASTER - NEW NEUROSCIENCE                                                                                     Source:  Stock New neuroscience research demonstrates specific steps you can take to learn new subjects, skills and tasks more quickly and retain more.  Here are some tips from neuroscientists: Learn several new subjects simultaneously.  Neuroscientists call this interleaving.  Instead of focusing on one subject, task or skill during a study session, they suggest focusing on several related subjects in succession.  They say the variety keeps your mind more engaged, active and enables you to learn more quickly. Frequently vary the way you study. According to experts at Johns Hopkins University, constant repetition is not as effective as varying and modifying the subject or skill you're trying to learn. Rehearse your new knowledge out loud.  Experts say that's a big re-enforcer.

DAILY INNOVATION BRIEF by Maryanne Kane, Journalist

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  D A ILY INNOVATION BRIEF   By Journalists Edward  Kane & Marya nne Kane APPLE'S EYE-CONTROLLED iPHONE & iPAD                                                                                                                                                               Source:  Apple You might say the "Eyes Have it!!"  Apple just announced new AI-powered technology that enables users to control their iPhones and iPads with their eye movements.  Here are some key facts: Called Apple Eye Tracking, it uses the front facing camera to calibrate the function wanted in seconds Apple is rolling it into its IOS 18 update with no extra hardware required Specifically designed for people with physical disabilities but works for anyone Enables the user to access and control physical buttons, do swipes and other gestures by eye movements Apple Eye Tracking will be available later this year Apple is also offering a number of new technology features including for those with ALS, c

DAILY INNOVATION BRIEF by Maryanne Kane, Journalist

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  D A ILY INNOVATION BRIEF   By Journalists Edward  Kane & Marya nne Kane APPLE'S EYE-CONTROLLED iPHONE & iPAD                                                                                                                                                               Source:  Apple You might say the "Eyes Have it!!"  Apple just announced new AI-powered technology that enables users to control their iPhones and iPads with their eye movements.  Here are some key facts: Called Apple Eye Tracking, it uses the front facing camera to calibrate the function wanted in seconds Apple is rolling it into its IOS 18 update with no extra hardware required Specifically designed for people with physical disabilities but works for anyone Enables the user to access and control physical buttons, do swipes and other gestures by eye movements Apple Eye Tracking will be available later this year Apple is also offering a number of new technology features including for those with ALS, c

DAILY INNOVATION BRIEF by Maryanne Kane, Journalist

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  D A ILY INNOVATION BRIEF   By Journalists Edward  Kane & Marya nne Kane BREAKTHROUGH AR-VR LIGHTWEIGHT GLASSES                                        Source:  Stanford University A team of spatial computer scientists at Stanford University have created breakthrough AR-VR glasses that look like ordinary eyeglasses but offer extraordinary new perspectives.  Here are some key facts: These AR glasses are considered a major breakthrough - they're not big, cumbersome and annoying but are small. lightweight and not obtrusive Thinner, lighter and of higher quality than existing models They use holographic imaging to overlay vibrant, full color, 3D computed images over the lenses They combine advances in AI, display technologies and holographic images Meant for all-day wear and considered a breakthrough for AR experiences Expected to be of great value to surgeons during surgery Also could transform education, entertainment, gaming and job training through the use of computed imagery I

DAILY INNOVATION BRIEF by Maryanne Kane, Journalist

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D A ILY INNOVATION BRIEF   By Journalists Edward  Kane & Marya nne Kane BREAKTHROUGH AR-VR LIGHTWEIGHT GLASSES                                        Source:  Stanford University A team of spatial computer scientists at Stanford University have created breakthrough AR-VR glasses that look like ordinary eyeglasses but offer extraordinary new perspectives.  Here are some key facts: These AR glasses are considered a major breakthrough - they're not big, cumbersome and annoying but are small. lightweight and not obtrusive Thinner, lighter and of higher quality than existing models They use holographic imaging to overlay vibrant, full color, 3D computed images over the lenses They combine advances in AI, display technologies and holographic images Meant for all-day wear and considered a breakthrough for AR experiences Expected to be of great value to surgeons during surgery Also could transform education, entertainment, gaming and job training through the use of computed imagery It&

DAILY INNOVATION BRIEF by Maryanne Kane, Journalist

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D A ILY INNOVATION BRIEF   By Journalists Edward  Kane & Marya nne Kane ANXIETY BE GONE!  SCIENTIFICALLY SHOWN WAYS TO DEAL WITH ANXIETY                                                                                     Source:  Stock Anxiety can be debilitating- we all have it - but there are science-backed ways based on extensive research to help us.  Here's what we know: Short Term Anxiety Regulate your breathing:  sit down, inhale 4 seconds, pause 4 seconds, exhale 4 seconds and repeat for 30 seconds Distance yourself from worries: remember your thoughts of anxiety and worry could be wrong; don't let unproven thoughts of worry race through your mind Long Term Anxiety Exercise regularly Cut caffeine Confront your fears Stop avoiding anxiety and confront it You can overcome it Until you do, you're missing out on so much. HOW ABOUT NYC TO LONDON IN 50 MINUTES?                                      Source:  Designer Carlos Vinals A new hypersonic concept plane has been

DAILY INNOVATION BRIEF by Maryanne Kane, Journalist

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D A ILY INNOVATION BRIEF   By Journalists Edward  Kane & Marya nne Kane HOW ABOUT NYC TO LONDON IN 50 MINUTES?                                      Source:  Designer Carlos Vinals A new hypersonic concept plane has been unveiled that's designed to travel from NYC to London in 50 minutes. You could take a business trip or go shopping and return the same day!  Here are some key facts: It's called Sky Magnetar Hydrogen fuel cell powered hypersonic jet Created by renowned Spanish designer Oscar Vinals NYC to London in 50 minutes 3-times faster the Concorde, which was retired more than 2 decades ago Designed to fly at 4,200 mph 2 combined cycle engines at the rear of the plane Can operate at subsonic, supersonic and hypersonic speeds Sky Magnetar offers innovative design & technologies that could usher in hypersonic flight Designer Vinals is looking for investors to bring it from concept to reality. ANXIETY BE GONE!  SCIENTIFICALLY SHOWN WAYS TO DEAL WITH ANXIETY            

DAILY INNOVATION BRIEF by Maryanne Kane, Journalist

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  D A ILY INNOVATION BRIEF   By Journalists Edward  Kane & Marya nne Kane NEW SCIENCE: AT LAST, AN ANSWER TO HOW EGYPTIAN PYRAMIDS WERE BUILT                                                                                 Source: Stock Pyramids & Nile How an ancient society was capable of building colossal pyramids has long been a source of mystery and wonder.  Scientists seem to have found the answer.  Here's what we know: Built 4,700 years ago, the pyramids sit at the edge of the harsh Sahara Desert, far from the Nile River Attempting to build colossal pyramids, which would have taken 1000 years, has puzzled experts for years Experts from the University of North Carolina Wilmington seem to have solved the mystery Soil samples and satellite imagery show a long-lost branch of the Nile coursed through the area of the pyramids This would have stretched an area of greenery, making it more amenable for big construction The long-lost river branch would have been needed to transp

DAILY INNOVATION BRIEF by Maryanne Kane, Journalist

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  D A ILY INNOVATION BRIEF   By Journalists Edward  Kane & Marya nne Kane NEW SCIENCE: AT LAST, AN ANSWER TO HOW EGYPTIAN PYRAMIDS WERE BUILT                                                                                 Source: Stock Pyramids & Nile How an ancient society was capable of building colossal pyramids has long been a source of mystery and wonder.  Scientists seem to have found the answer.  Here's what we know: Built 4,700 years ago, the pyramids sit at the edge of the harsh Sahara Desert, far from the Nile River Attempting to build colossal pyramids, which would have taken 1000 years, has puzzled experts for years Experts from the University of North Carolina Wilmington seem to have solved the mystery Soil samples and satellite imagery show a long-lost branch of the Nile coursed through the area of the pyramids This would have stretched an area of greenery, making it more amenable for big construction The long-lost river branch would have been needed to transp