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  1. How much time is Generative AI expected to free up for clinicians in APEJ by 2025?
  2. What percentage of Asia/Pacific healthcare organizations will double their GenAI investments by the end of 2027?
  3. What lung disease, similar to cancer, is linked to Covid-19 deaths?
  4. What is the incidence rate of interstitial lung disease in India?
  5. What is Samsung’s new research lab in the US focused on?
  6. How do menopausal women benefit from cold water swimming?
  7. What system is suggested for better management of STIs?
  8. What types of cybercrimes are currently prevalent?
  9. What fruit is recommended for improving mood and vitality?
  10. What activity is suggested to boost brain connectivity?
  11. Why do some cancers resist immunotherapy?
  12. Which company led in annual shipments in the Chinese market in 2023?
  13. What is Google’s new AI model Lumiere capable of?
  14. What benefits do the iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max offer Indian content creators?
  15. What are the attractions for returning to the Moon?
  16. What significant achievement did ISRO make with Vikram on the moon?
  17. Which country achieved the most precise Moon landing recently?
  18. Which countries joined China’s Moon programme?
  19. What is South Korea’s first Moon mission called?
  20. What was India’s achievement in its third moon mission?

Answers to Questions on Science and Technology News Today

  1. GenAI is expected to free up to 10% of clinicians’ time.
  2. 60% of Asia/Pacific healthcare organizations will double their GenAI investments.
  3. Interstitial lung disease, which goes undetected like cancer.
  4. 10 to 20 cases per 100,000 in the population.
  5. Developing next-generation 3D DRAM.
  6. Significant improvements in physical and mental symptoms like anxiety and hot flushes.
  7. A centralised contact tracing system adapted from Covid-19 tracing.
  8. Sextortion, credit card fraud, digital loan calls, real estate fraud, and more.
  9. Eating furry fruits like Kiwi.
  10. Writing by hand instead of typing.
  11. They prevent the immune system from activating against them.
  12. Apple, with a 19% market share and 51.8 million units shipped.
  13. Creating 5-second videos in one process.
  14. Enhanced quality in photo and video tools for on-the-go content creation.
  15. Water and elements like oxygen, iron, silicon, hydrogen, and titanium.
  16. Vikram served as a location marker near the Moon’s South Pole.
  17. Japan, with a landing within 100 meters of the target.
  18. Pakistan, Belarus, and other countries joined China’s programme.
  19. Danuri, aiming for a robotic landing mission on the Moon by 2030.
  20. Vikram’s soft landing on the lunar soil near the South Pole.

Science and Technology News Today-One Liners- November 16, 2023

One-Liner Questions on Science and Technology News Today

  1. What is the name of the world’s first chikungunya vaccine?
  2. Which company developed Ixchiq?
  3. For which age group is Ixchiq approved by the FDA?
  4. What type of vaccine is Ixchiq?
  5. When will the US Advisory Committee on Immunisation Practices vote on Ixchiq’s recommended use?
  6. How many other chikungunya vaccines are in late-stage development?
  7. What is the name of Bavarian Nordic’s vaccine in Phase III testing?
  8. Which organizations detected polarized emissions from a black hole beyond the Milky Way?
  9. Where are WeWork India’s two new buildings located?
  10. What happened to the upper stage of the Indian rocket carrying Chandrayaan-3?
  11. What does recent research say about weight and energy expenditure?
  12. Who has HonorTech partnered with for serving meals to school children?
  13. What complaint did noyb file against the EU Commission?
  14. Which high-profile tech CEO watched India’s semi-final win in the ICC Men’s ODI World Cup?

Answers on Science and Technology News Today

  1. Ixchiq.
  2. Valneva, a French biotech company.
  3. Individuals 18 years and older.
  4. A single-dose, live-attenuated vaccine.
  5. End of February 2024.
  6. Four vaccines.
  8. Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati and the Indian Space Research Organisation.
  9. Manyata Redwood in Bengaluru and RMZ Spire in Hyderabad.
  10. It hit the North Pacific Ocean.
  11. Healthy weight individuals use more energy during the day, while those with obesity spend more energy at night.
  12. The Akshaya Patra Foundation.
  13. A complaint for unlawful micro-targeting to promote chat control regulation.
  14. Satya Nadella, Microsoft Chairman and CEO.

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