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Dec 8, 2023

Tech firms failing to ‘walk the walk’ on ethical AI, report says

Posted by in categories: ethics, robotics/AI

Stanford University researchers say AI ethics practitioners report lacking institutional support at their companies.

Dec 8, 2023

Medical microrobots that can travel inside your body are (still) on their way

Posted by in category: biotech/medical

Microrobots released into the body could bust up clots, deliver cancer drugs, and even guide listless sperm to their target.

The human body is a labyrinth of vessels and tubing, full of barriers that are difficult to break through.

Dec 8, 2023

The Evolution Of Data-Driven And AI-Enabled HR

Posted by in categories: information science, robotics/AI

The pulse of any organization lies not just in its products or services but in its people.

Data-driven HR is redefining the corporate landscape. Explore the history of this transformation and discover how big data and innovations are shaping the future of HR.

Dec 8, 2023

Using Generative AI As An Interactive Rage-Room Chatbot Raises Mental Health Guidance Qualms

Posted by in categories: neuroscience, robotics/AI

In today’s column, I am continuing my ongoing series that has closely been exploring the use of generative AI as a generalized interactive chatbot that imparts mental health guidance.

But serious and sobering qualms exist. There isn’t a pre-check to validate that someone ought to be resorting to generic generative AI for such advisement. There isn’t any ironclad certification of the generative AI for use in this specific capacity. The guardrails of the generative AI might not be sufficient to avoid professing ill-advised guidance. So-called AI hallucinations can arise (as an aside, the parlance “AI hallucination” terminology is something that I demonstrably disfavor as a phraseology, for the reasons stated at the link here, but anyway generally connotes that generative AI can produce specious or fabricated answers). And so on.

All in all, you might declare that we are immersed in the Wild West of AI-based human mental health advisement, which is taking place surreptitiously yet in plain sight, and lacks the traditional kinds of checks and balances that society expects to protectively be instilled.

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Dec 8, 2023

Rotor: World’s largest uncrewed drone helicopter enters production

Posted by in categories: drones, robotics/AI

R550X can carry loads of up to 1,200 pounds, boasts a flight time exceeding three hours, and a top speed of 150 miles per hour.

Rotor Technologies Inc., a firm engaged in the development of autonomous vertical takeoff and landing (VTOL) aircraft, has unveiled and commenced the production of what it claims to be the “largest uncrewed civilian helicopter on the market.”

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Dec 8, 2023

This company can convert your fuel car into an EV — in just a day

Posted by in categories: sustainability, transportation

E-Revolt cuts conversion time from weeks to just a day.

Converting a fuel-run car to a fully electric car in 24 hours sounds unbelievable, but that’s what German startup e-Revolt claims it can do.

Normally this conversion process takes weeks, but e-Revolt’s battery design and workflow are revolutionizing this landscape.

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Dec 8, 2023

Dassault’s newest jet is powered by P&W’s 14,000-pound thrust engine

Posted by in categories: business, transportation

The powerful jet engine will help reduce travel times between popular global destinations in an environment-friendly manner.

Dassault Aviation’s newest business jet Falcon 6X has entered service powered by Pratt and Whitney’s (PW) 812D engines offering 14,000 pounds (lbs) of thrust. The engines underwent rigorous testing since their selection five years ago and will now help the first extra wide-body business jet zoom around the world at 0.9 Mach.

Dassault’s newest offering aims to redefine the travel experience by offering unparalleled comforts of space and luxury in a business jet. The extra wide body design of the aircraft is further enhanced by the “uninterrupted lines” feature of the cabin that de-clutters in interiors like never before.

Dec 8, 2023

Space telescope spots ‘superflares’ 10,000 times brighter than Sun — Study

Posted by in categories: energy, physics, space

Scientists have developed a model to better understand the physics of the powerful superflares emitted by stars far beyond our solar system.

Solar flares, which are rapid and strong bursts of energy and radiation that originate from the Sun’s surface, are known to be emitted into space by our Sun.

NASA’s Kepler and TESS missions, however, have discovered several stars may produce superflares that are 100–10,000 times brighter than those emitted by our Sun.

Dec 8, 2023

In 6 years, a digital twin will begin testing personalized stroke care

Posted by in category: biotech/medical

This technology customizes treatment methods by testing them virtually on digital copies of individual patients, changing how medical care is personalized for people with strokes.

This personalized medical technology tailors treatments by virtually testing on digital patient replicas, revolutionizing personalized stroke care.

Dec 8, 2023

Tianhe Xingyi: China unveils the ‘fastest’ homegrown supercomputer

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

No specifications have been revealed, but officials have claimed that it surpasses the capabilities of the famous Tianhe-2 supercomputer.

The National Supercomputing Center (NSC) in Guangzhou, China, has unveiled the Tianhe Xingyi, a homegrown supercomputer, at an industrial event in Guangdong Province, which several media reports have confirmed. The NSC is the parent organization under whose guidance the Tianhe-2 supercomputer was also developed.

Supercomputers are a crucial component of a nation’s progress as they aid in solving the most complex and technical problems. The US has conventionally led the world in hosting the fastest supercomputers, as captured by the TOP500 listings, while also leading in the absolute number of supercomputers available to its researchers.

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