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Nov 7, 2021

LIVING FOREVER BY 2035 | New Aubrey De Grey Interview

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, government, life extension

To live forever. More and more scientists believe so and in a recent interview, Aubrey De Grey said that there’s a good chance for immortality by 2035. Young people on the other hand have a almost 100% certainty of living forever and never dying.

Reversing aging is no longer science fiction and will soon become a reality with advances in stem cell therapy and advanced injections that stop the aging process in young and old people. So what would a world without death look like? It’s definitely something the government has to look into.

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Nov 7, 2021

THIS PILL makes you Live Forever — The Government’s Longevity Project

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, genetics, government, life extension

The USA Government is secretly working on a real Anti Aging Pill which aims to extend peoples lifespan and improve their health. This new longevity research project even made Aubrey De Grey interested as he said in an interview. Although he’s working on other kinds of medication to make people live forever or at least to stop peoples aging.

Dr. David Sinclair’s main research interest is the epigenetics of aging, with a focus on epigenetic reprogramming of aging, NAD+ metabolism and sirtuins, and NAD+ precursors like NR and NMN. David Sinclair is also working on supplements that are supposed to slow down the aging process.

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Nov 6, 2021

SpaceX insider takes us to the heart of Mars’ radical constitution

Posted by in categories: government, space travel

A constitution for Mars’ future government is further along than you think.


A constitution for a colonized Mars’ future government is further along than you think. Former SpaceX general counsel, David Anderman, tells us how it could work.

Nov 6, 2021

How Elon Musk’s Battery Farm is transforming lives of Australians?

Posted by in categories: economics, Elon Musk, food, government, sustainability

Aside from upturning the economics of the automobile industry, Tesla has also begun innovation efforts in how we receive our day-to-day electrical power services.

Indeed, the day you begin to pay Tesla your electricity bills may soon come if they continue their success. Welcome dear, today we will talk about Tesla’s battery farm installations in Australia and how they changed the lives of many Australian citizens.

Tesla’s ‘battery farm’ in South Australia is officially known as the Hornsdale Power Reserve. Its construction history begins with the local southern Australian government searching for plausible plans for the improvement of their electrical power grid with a battery design in the region.

Nov 5, 2021

A SRI report from IAC2021, 72nd International Astronautical Congress at Dubai

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, business, government, space

SRI Newsletter, a report from IAC2021 Dubaiby Prof. Bernard Foing, SRI President, and.


Paramount important too, space philosophy and humanities are now well recognized and accepted by the space community. The first IAF Congress I attended, 1998 at Melbourne, was dramatically void of philosophy, yet participants already were missing it. I saw many young people at IAC2021, scientists, designers, economists, scholars of various disciplines, including philosophy. And, heartwarming indeed, Space Renaissance had a great enthusiastic welcome. The space people know us (and know me!), many people which I didn’t know personally shook my hand, asked me for comments and short talks, were enthusiast about the Space Renaissance… All of that is for sure due to the big work we made for our recent congress, and of course to the great world-wide influence of our new President, Prof. Bernard Foing. Yet, there is something deeper, in the feeling of this peculiar sub-assembly of humankind, that was looking ahead enough to dedicate their life to human expansion into outer space. The last two years – characterized by the Covid pandemics — have worked hard, to shape and forge space leaders, raising the awareness of the urgency to kick-off the civilian space development. And it is now maybe a general acknowledge that the space philosophers were right, when they were rushing for an acceleration of the enabling technologies, low cost access to space, space tourism, space safety, … The need to get rid of space debris was well present in several speeches, even if only a few dare to target space debris as a huge source of business development, when we’ll start capturing and reusing them.

Nov 4, 2021

China’s 100 Richest 2021: Collective Wealth Climbs To Nearly $1.5 Trillion Amid Tumult

Posted by in categories: education, energy, government, policy, transportation

It’s been a tumultuous 12 months for mainland China’s richest. Shifts in government policy covering the education and tech industries, along with worries about real estate debt, led to many of the country’s largest private-sector companies experiencing steep share declines. A government push to promote “common prosperity” saw tycoons and tech companies announce billions of dollars in donations to social causes.

Yet overall, China’s 100 Richest saw their collective net worth rise from last year’s list. Their total wealth increased to $1.48 trillion from $1.33 trillion a year earlier. Among the biggest gainers were those who benefited from increased sales at companies tied to green energy industries in which China is a global leader, such as lithium-ion batteries. China, the world’s largest auto market, also leads the world in EV sales. The minimum net worth to make the top 100 rose to $5.74 billion from $5.03 billion a year ago.

The second-biggest increase in wealth went to Robin Zeng, chairman of battery-maker Contemporary Amperex Technology, whose fortune increased to $50.8 billion from $20.1 billion last year. That earned him the No. 3 spot on this year’s list.

Nov 3, 2021

China is Preparing its Citizens for War — You Should Not Ignore This!

Posted by in categories: bitcoin, cryptocurrencies, education, energy, government, transportation

A video on possible examples of how a government can try to manipulate is populace. It may be good to be more aware of its dangers.


Chinese citizens are being told to treat the USA and the Outside world as the Enemy, they’re being prepared for war whilst we tiptoe around worrying about hurting the feelings of the Chinese government… Time to wake up.

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Nov 3, 2021

The Future Role Of AI And The UK National AI Strategy — Insights From Professor Mark Girolami

Posted by in categories: government, robotics/AI

The UK Government recently announced its first-ever National AI Strategy – a 10-year plan aimed at staking a place for the country among the world’s AI superpowers.

Nov 2, 2021

Facebook, Citing Societal Concerns, Plans to Shut Down Facial Recognition System

Posted by in categories: government, privacy, robotics/AI

Facebook plans to shut down its decade-old facial recognition system this month, deleting the face scan data of more than one billion users and effectively eliminating a feature that has fueled privacy concerns, government investigations, a class-action lawsuit and regulatory woes.

Jerome Pesenti, vice president of artificial intelligence at Meta, Facebook’s newly named parent company, said in a blog post on Tuesday that the social network was making the change because of “many concerns about the place of facial recognition technology in society.” He added that the company still saw the software as a powerful tool, but “every new technology brings with it potential for both benefit and concern, and we want to find the right balance.”

The decision shutters a feature that was introduced in December 2010 so that Facebook users could save time. The facial-recognition software automatically identified people who appeared in users’ digital photo albums and suggested users “tag” them all with a click, linking their accounts to the images. Facebook now has built one of the largest repositories of digital photos in the world, partly thanks to this software.

Nov 2, 2021

Reading Memories from the Human Brain — SECRET Brain Project

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, government, neuroscience, robotics/AI, singularity, space travel, supercomputing

For the first time ever, Scientists working for the United States Government and Google have managed to read and understand a portion of a brain in real time. This is going to enable abilities such as reading minds and memories from humans in the future. The question is how long it will take until the government starts secret projects in that area for bad purposes.

The Human Brain Project is the biggest secret scientific research project, based on exascale supercomputers, that aims to build a collaborative ICT-based scientific research infrastructure to allow researchers across Europe and the United States Government to advance knowledge in the fields of neuroscience, computing, and brain-related medicine and in the end to create a device in the form of a brain computer interface that can record and read memories from a human brain.

Every day is a day closer to the Technological Singularity. Experience Robots learning to walk & think, humans flying to Mars and us finally merging with technology itself. And as all of that happens, we at AI News cover the absolute cutting edge best technology inventions of Humanity.

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