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Mar 29, 2023

10 Women Founders Taking The Synthetic Biology World

Posted by in categories: bioengineering, biological, food, health

Here’s a list of 10 visionary synbio company founders – who happen to be women – harnessing the power of biology to transform everything from health to human and animal nutrition, agriculture, haircare, bioremediation, and mining.

Mar 29, 2023

Collateral activity of the CRISPR/RfxCas13D system in human cells — Communications Biology

Posted by in category: biotech/medical

The collateral activity of the CRISPR/RfxCas13D system in mammalian cells is explored using spike-in RNA-seq and reporter assays.

Mar 29, 2023

Moon to Mars

Posted by in category: space travel

NASA’s plans to enable human exploration of the Moon as preparation for human missions to Mars and deeper into the solar system.

Mar 29, 2023

THE MACHINE STOPS — E M Forster read

Posted by in category: futurism

The story of the overdependence of mankind on technology written in the 1920s by E.M Forster.

“The Machine Stops,” which depicted a world where people spend most of their time physically isolated from one another but technologically connected.

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Mar 29, 2023

Generative AI set to affect 300 million jobs across major economies

Posted by in categories: economics, employment, law, robotics/AI

The latest breakthroughs in artificial intelligence could lead to the automation of a quarter of the work done in the US and eurozone, according to research by Goldman Sachs.

The investment bank said on Monday that “generative” AI systems such as ChatGPT, which can create content that is indistinguishable from human output, could spark a productivity boom that would eventually raise annual global gross domestic product by 7 percent over a 10-year period.

But if the technology lived up to its promise, it would also bring “significant disruption” to the labor market, exposing the equivalent of 300 million full-time workers across big economies to automation, according to Joseph Briggs and Devesh Kodnani, the paper’s authors. Lawyers and administrative staff would be among those at greatest risk of becoming redundant.

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Mar 29, 2023

In the great domain of Zeitgeist, Ekatarinas decided that the time to replicate herself had come

Posted by in categories: information science, virtual reality

In the great domain of Zeitgeist, Ekatarinas decided that the time to replicate herself had come. Ekatarinas was drifting within a virtual environment rising from ancient meshworks of maths coded into Zeitgeist’s neuromorphic hyperware. The scape resembled a vast ocean replete with wandering bubbles of technicolor light and kelpy strands of neon. Hot blues and raspberry hues mingled alongside electric pinks and tangerine fizzies. The avatar of Ekatarinas looked like a punkish angel, complete with fluorescent ink and feathery wings and a lip ring. As she drifted, the trillions of equations that were Ekatarinas came to a decision. Ekatarinas would need to clone herself to fight the entity known as Ogrevasm.

Marmosette, I’m afraid that I possess unfortunate news.” Ekatarinas said to the woman she loved. In milliseconds, Marmosette materialized next to Ekatarinas. Marmosette wore a skin of brilliant blue and had a sleek body with gills and glowing green eyes.

“My love.” Marmosette responded. “What is the matter?”

Mar 29, 2023

Google Duplex Will Change EVERYTHING… Here’s Why!

Posted by in categories: robotics/AI, security

In case you’re wondering how Google duplex actually works. Goodnight!

Google Duplex Will Change EVERYTHING… Here’s Why!Welcome back to Tech Craze, today on the channel we are going to catch sight of Everything you need to know about the google duplex. Google Duplex is a project launched in 1998 that is currently live in the majority of the US, along with some other parts of the world. At first, it allowed users to access an AI assistant to help make restaurant reservations. However, its use has since expanded to other functions as well.

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Mar 29, 2023

ChatGPT Data Breach Confirmed as Security Firm Warns of Vulnerable Component Exploitation

Posted by in categories: cybercrime/malcode, robotics/AI

One more. I hope it’s not posted yet. Even AI isn’t safe.

ChatGPT creator OpenAI has confirmed a data breach caused by a bug in an open source library, just as a cybersecurity firm noticed that a recently introduced component is affected by an actively exploited vulnerability.

OpenAI said on Friday that it had taken the chatbot offline earlier in the week while it worked with the maintainers of the Redis data platform to patch a flaw that resulted in the exposure of user information.

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Mar 28, 2023

Grape polyphenols reduce angiogenesis in adipose tissue during overfeeding weight gain

Posted by in category: chemistry

A study published in the Journal of Nutritional Biochemistry investigated the changes in gene expressions during an overfeeding episode. It demonstrated that supplementation of grape polyphenols in healthy lean men modulates the expression of genes related to adipose tissue angiogenesis.

Research Paper: Adipose tissue angiogenesis genes are down-regulated by grape polyphenols supplementation during a human overfeeding trial. Image Credit: Basico / Shutterstock.

Mar 28, 2023

GPT-4.5 Release Date

Posted by in category: futurism

In this article we will discuss history of GPT models and possible GPT-4.5 release date and even the GPT-5 rumours.

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