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Sep 1, 2021

Look: NASA gets a stunning view of geysers from an icy ocean moon

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Back in August of 2017, Cassini stared at Enceladus for 14 hours, looking at the moon’s night side.


Below is a movie sequence of images, garnered from the final dedicated observation of the Enceladus’ geysers by the imitable Cassini spacecraft.

Back in August of 2,017 Cassini stared at Enceladus for 14 hours, looking at the moon’s night side. The movie begins with a view of the part of the surface lit by reflected light from Saturn and transitions to completely unilluminated terrain. About halfway through the sequence, the exposure time of the images changes in order to make fainter features more visible as the light level drops.

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Aug 31, 2021

Now Games Can Look Like Pixar Movies — Unreal Engine 5

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For gamers out there. 😃


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Aug 24, 2021

How Soon Can AI Replace Actors In Movies?

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Israeli synthetic media startup D-ID wants to disrupt production of Hollywood movies with artificial intelligence.

Aug 21, 2021

Covid Origin: WHO Probe Team Scientist Says ‘Lab-Leak’ Theory Dropped Under China’s Pressure

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China has now pushed back on conducting the second phase of probe into Covid origin row. WHO had urged China to share raw data from the earliest cases to revive its probe on Covid origin. The lab-leak theory leading to the pandemic has gained much traction in recent months. China has rejected the idea of another investigation, saying that it disregards common sense and defies science.
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Aug 21, 2021

BeingAI unveils human-like AI character named Zbee

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BeingAI is creating virtual beings with artificial intelligence. And its first AI being is a virtual character named Zbee.

Zbee can exist on different platforms and so can interact with people anytime, anywhere, to bring humanness and gamification into digital experiences. Zbee will come with an engaging personality and personal stories. They will offer friendship, entertainment, and mentorship, just like in the movie Her.

The Hong Kong-based BeingAI is the brainchild of founders Jeanne Lim (CEO), Lee Chapman (president), and Amit Kumar Pandey (chief technology officer). Zbee can autonomously interact with people in real time across devices and media platforms, as part of an engaging narrative experience. Most importantly, Zbee has human-defined values that steer toward positive behavior.

Aug 4, 2021

After Black Fungus, now ‘Bone Death’ Scare Emerges: New Post Covid Complication Explained

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It looks like the superbug still has a lot other “surprises” for us. There was the black fungus, now we have bone death(osteonecrosis). And this can reveal itself 1 to 2 months after recovery. A painful goodbye present, perhaps?


After Mucormycosis, a new disease that causes the death of bone tissues is posing new threats for Covid-19 survivors. Three confirmed cases of ‘Bone Death’ have already been reported in Mumbai’s Hinduja Hospital. The 3 patients, under the age of 40, developed the disease 2 months after they were treated for Covid-19.

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Aug 3, 2021

Artificial Intelligence, Deep Learning, Machine Learning, AI Lectures, AI Conferences, AI TED Talks, AI Movies, AI Books

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Jul 27, 2021

DeepMind: Generally capable agents emerge from open-ended play

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I’ve been suggesting for a long time to drop these Ai’s into open world games.


EDIT: Also see paper and results compilation video!

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Jul 13, 2021

What is AMD Infinity Cache?

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Infinity Cache is one of the headline features found in AMD’s RDNA 2 – the GPU architecture behind the next generation of gaming graphics, including the PS5, the Xbox Series X and, of course, AMD’s own Radeon RX 6000 graphics cards. But, what is Infinity Cache?

Read on to learn more about Infinity Cache, how it works and where you can find it.

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Jul 12, 2021

The argument for a permanent Olympic City

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Olympic stadiums can be costly and wasteful. Some have argued for a single, more sustainable, location that can be used year after year.


The summer Olympics have been a quadrennial tradition ever since the late 1800s—when modern sports and rivalries freshened up the ancient tradition. Since COVID-19 crashed the schedule for last years’ events, now the world is gearing up again for another round of competition in Tokyo.

Transporting athletes and fans from all over the world and to cities hosting the Olympic games comes with a gigantic carbon footprint, for example, the 2021 London Olympics had an estimated footprint of over 400 thousand tons of CO2 emissions. Constantly building brand-new stadiums every few years that often go unused after the games, with very few exceptions, is also extremely wasteful. The 2016 Rio Olympics whipped up a whopping 3.6 million tonnes of carbon when including all that went into infrastructure. Eerie listicles of decaying stadiums, including Rio’s, litter the internet with costly examples of the wasted hundreds of millions of dollars worth of labor and materials that go into just one site.

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