Best Tech Stories around the web #213

This week: IBM researchers analyze the makeup of breast cancer cells with AI, Sandvik engineers create world’s first 3D printed industrial diamond, Ford self-driving vans will use legged robots to make deliveries, Minecraft earth uses augmented reality to let players build in the real world and Symposium 2019 starts on May 29, in Montreal.

INNOVATION

IBM researchers analyze the makeup of breast cancer cells with AI by venturebeat.com

Scientists have teamed up with IBM to use artificial intelligence to better study breast cancer in women. Read more

DESIGN

Sandvik engineers create world’s first 3D printed industrial diamond by theengineer.co

Engineers at Swedish engineering group Sandvik have created what is claimed to be the world’s first ever 3D printed industrial diamond composite. Read more

QUERKY

Ford Self-Driving Vans Will Use Legged Robots to Make Deliveries by spectrum.ieee.org

Agility Robotics’ Digit will bring packages from a delivery vehicle to your front door. Read more

CREATIVE CONTENT

Minecraft earth uses augmented reality to let players build in the real world by designboom.com

A new minecraft game is being developed for mobiles which uses augmented reality to let users place virtual creations in the real world. the new version, titled minecraft earth, marks the 10th anniversary of the original version, which has since become a gaming phenomenon. Read more

EVENT

Symposium 2019 in Montréal : May 29th to June 1st

An increasing number of collective and individual technologies are emerging and becoming new exploration areas for artists. iX 2019 will give you the opportunity to experiment with the latest iterations of these immersion technologies, whose growth is accelerated by advances in sensorial expansion, artificial intelligence, immersive computing and cloud computing, which together radically transform the world as we know it. Read more