New device detects cancer cells and smells explosives
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California-based startup technology company Koniku has built a computer processor that can detect both cancer cells and explosives. The new device, coined Koniku Kore, is a system based on mice neurons rather than silicon, which is most common. The system has been programmed to recognise the smell of explosives, likely making it popular for high-security environments such a government buildings and airports, but its uses even span to the detection of cancer cells and agriculture. Founder Oshi Agabi believes the device could be used as the ‘brain’ of robots in years to come, as it is modem-sized.
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