#TechTuesday with CNET’s Ashley Esqueda: Scientists have created the loudest-ever underwater sound EVER

Bill Leff and Wendy Snyder

A ran of sunlight shines on the submerged section of an iceberg extending out underwater from the exposed tip as it floats in the Nuup Kangerlua Fjord in southwestern Greenland, Tuesday Aug. 1, 2017. About 90 percent of an iceberg is under the surface of the water. (AP Photo/David Goldman)

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It’s time for Tech Tuesday! Every Tuesday, Ashley Esqueda, Senior Editor from CNET, joins Bill and Wendy over the phone to share the latest in tech news. This week, Ashley talks about a new artificial intelligence system, developed by Google and Northwestern University, that successfully spotted lung cancer nodules. Plus, Stanford scientists have created a sound so loud it instantly boils water.

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