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May 16, 2022

Wearable NFTs: The Ultimate Guide to be Fashionable in 2022

Posted by in categories: blockchains, business, wearables

It provides an extension of the physical identity to relive themselves as what they want in their dreams with luxurious brands.

Wearable NFTs can provide endless creativity, gender inclusivity, accessibility, and availability for new business models.

Thus, wearable NFTs is known as an eco-friendly alternative to wastage of dress materials and pollution from factories.

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May 16, 2022

CISA warns not to install May Windows updates on domain controllers

Posted by in category: cybercrime/malcode

The U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) has removed a Windows security flaw from its catalog of known exploited vulnerabilities due to Active Directory (AD) authentication issues caused by the May 2022 updates that patch it.

This security bug is an actively exploited Windows LSA spoofing zero-day tracked as CVE-2022–26925, confirmed as a new PetitPotam Windows NTLM Relay attack vector.

Unauthenticated attackers abuse CVE-2022–26925 to force domain controllers to authenticate them remotely via the Windows NT LAN Manager (NTLM) security protocol and, likely, gain control over the entire Windows domain.

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May 16, 2022

Olaf Sporns: Connectivity and Fine-Scale Dynamics of Human Brain Networks

Posted by in categories: computing, neuroscience

Networks (connectivity) and dynamics are two key pillars of network neuroscience – an emerging field dedicated to understanding structure and function of neural systems across scales, from neurons to circuits to the whole brain. In this presentation I will review current themes and future directions, including structure/function relationships, use of computational models to map information flow and communication dynamics, and a novel edge-centric approach to map functional connectivity at fine temporal scales. I will argue that network neuroscience represents a promising theoretical framework for understanding the complex structure and functioning of nervous systems.

This video is part of the SNAC seminar series organized by Mac Shine, Joe Lizier, and Ben Fulcher (The University of Sydney).

May 16, 2022

Yale Research Identifies Causes of Cancer

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, education

A team of researchers led by Yale University.

Established in 1,701, Yale University is a private Ivy League research university in New Haven, Connecticut. It is the third-oldest institution of higher education in the United States and is organized into fourteen constituent schools: the original undergraduate college, the Yale Graduate School of Arts and Sciences and twelve professional schools. It is named after British East India Company governor Elihu Yale.

May 16, 2022

Black hole scientist: ‘Wherever we look, we should see donuts’

Posted by in categories: cosmology, physics

May 16, 2022

Chinese maths genius solves problem overnight that stumped PhDs for months

Posted by in category: futurism

May 16, 2022

The metaverse could generate $3 trillion for the economy by 2031

Posted by in category: economics

May 16, 2022

Dead eyes brought back to life

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, neuroscience

“This new study joins a growing body of scientific evidence that raises questions about the irreversible nature of death…”


Scientists have revived light-sensing neuron cells in organ donor eyes and restored communication between them as part of a series of discoveries that could transform research into the brain-vision system.

May 16, 2022

Is Solar Energy from Outer Space in Our Future? — Part Two: Alternatives to the Geosynchronous Solar Array

Posted by in categories: satellites, solar power, sustainability

Can we deploy a constellation of solar power generating satellites to energize the entire planet? It is feasible.


In this second part of a two-part series, we look at a constellation of solar satellites as an alternative to geosynchronous power arrays.

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May 16, 2022

Robot dog may get to go to the moon

Posted by in categories: mapping, robotics/AI, space

The robotic explorer GLIMPSE, created at ETH Zurich and the University of Zurich, has made it into the final round of a competition for prospecting resources in space. The long-term goal is for the robot to explore the south polar region of the moon.

The south polar region of the moon is believed to contain many resources that would be useful for lunar base operations, such as metals, water in the form of ice, and oxygen stored in rocks. But to find them, an explorer robot that can withstand the extreme conditions of this part of the moon is needed. Numerous craters make moving around difficult, while the low angle of the sunlight and thick layers of dust impede the use of light-based measuring instruments. Strong fluctuations in temperature pose a further challenge.

The European Space Agency (ESA) and the European Space Resources Innovation Center ESRIC called on European and Canadian engineering teams to develop robots and tools capable of mapping and prospecting the shadowy south polar region of the moon, between the Shoemaker and the Faustini craters. To do this, the researchers had to adapt terrestrial exploration technologies for the harsh conditions on the moon.

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