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Dec 1, 2022

Neuralink has an amazing monkey who writes words with his brain

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, computing, Elon Musk, neuroscience

Elon Musk is trying to help the paralyzed to move again, through electrodes in the cerebral cortex.

Neuralink, the strange and somewhat vague brainchild of Elon Musk, held an event Wednesday that the CEO of Tesla, SpaceX and Twitter called a “show and tell.” And show and tell it did — as a monkey welcomed the audience by typing a message through a brain-computer interface.

Neuralink’s product records action potentials of neurons in the brain. This is done by placing an electrode close enough to the synapse of two neurons in the brain and taking a recording of its electrical impulse.

Dec 1, 2022

Volunteers are using a Tinder-like app to help build the world’s largest 3D map of the cosmos

Posted by in category: cosmology

Swipe right to uncover the mysteries of dark energy.

A group of more than 10,000 amateur astronomers spread out over 85 countries has identified roughly 240,000 galaxies over the last two years. Now, the Dark Energy Explorers group aims to recruit even more volunteers and take its work to the next level with a project that could shed new light on the mysterious nature of dark energy, a press statement reveals.

To do so, they must help build the most extensive 3D map of the cosmos by using an app that functions surprisingly like the popular dating app Tinder.

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Dec 1, 2022

AI and one X-ray can potentially predict the risk of a heart attack or stroke

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, robotics/AI

Researchers have created a deep learning method that can predict which patients might be eligible for life-saving medication that can prevent both diseases.

A new artificial intelligence model has been created that uses deep learning to predict the 10-year risk of death from a heart attack or stroke from a single X-ray. The results from the study were presented on Nov. 29 at the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) annual meeting.


AI used to predict patterns of heart attacks and strokes

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Dec 1, 2022

In a first, robot removes a 2.3-inch cancerous tumor from a 61-year-old’s throat

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, robotics/AI

Using the Versius surgical robot permitted a keyhole, or minimal access surgical approach, in an otherwise open surgery.

A robot at Gloucestershire Royal Hospital (GRH), United Kingdom, saved the life of a 61-year-old patient by removing a cancerous tumor from their throat, in what can be called a first in the country.

“To have been given a second chance to see my grandchildren, my children, and my wife has meant so much to me. The team at the GRH saved my life, and I’ll be forever grateful to them for doing so,” Nugent told Gloucestershire Live in an interview.

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Dec 1, 2022

Tech-crackdown in China: Alibaba’s Jack Ma found ‘painting watercolors’ in Japan

Posted by in category: business

The tech billionaire has been living in Tokyo for six months after the fallout with the Chinese state.

Jack Ma, the founder of the $211.48 billion worth fortune Alibaba, has been located in Japan after the fallout with the Chinese communist state.

“The richest business leader in China has been living in central Tokyo, amid Beijing’s continuing crackdown on the country’s technology sector and its most powerful businessmen,” said FT.

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Dec 1, 2022

European Central Bank warns that Bitcoin’s days might be over soon

Posted by in categories: bitcoin, cryptocurrencies

The recent price stabilization was the last gasp, according to experts.

The world’s most popular cryptocurrency, Bitcoin, is on its way to irrelevance, according to the Director General of the European Central Bank and his adviser. In a recent blog post, the duo questioned the utility of Bitcoin as a form of alternate currency and the value it has created for society thus far.

The comments come at a time when the cryptocurrency industry is reeling under a shock from the collapse of FTX, one of the largest crypto exchanges in the world.

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Dec 1, 2022

Elon Musk meets Apple CEO Tim Cook, says issues resolved

Posted by in category: Elon Musk

After breathing fire, Musk calls it a misunderstanding.

Elon Musk, Twitter’s owner and CEO, has now said that the feud with Apple is resolved after meeting CEO Tim Cook at the latter’s campus in Cupertino, California, The New York Times.


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Dec 1, 2022

A man fell down from a cruise ship and survived for 15 hours at sea

Posted by in category: futurism

He survived despite hypothermia.

On Thanksgiving that we left behind, a miracle happened. A 28-year-old man fell from one of Carnival’s cruise ships and went missing in the Gulf of Mexico. He was rescued after “15 hours.”

He was rescued 20 miles south of Southwest Pass.

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Dec 1, 2022

Astronomers Successfully Map 8,000 Galaxies and Make an Incredible Discovery

Posted by in category: space

Pavo-Indus Supercluster.

Southern Supercluster, including Fornax Cluster (S373), Dorado, and Eridanus clouds.

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Dec 1, 2022

Discovery of a novel quantum state analogous to water that won’t freeze

Posted by in categories: particle physics, quantum physics

Water that simply will not freeze, no matter how cold it gets—a research group involving the Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf (HZDR) has discovered a quantum state that could be described in this way.

Experts from the Institute of Solid State Physics at the University of Tokyo in Japan, Johns Hopkins University in the United States, and the Max Planck Institute for the Physics of Complex Systems (MPI-PKS) in Dresden, Germany, managed to cool a special material to near .

They found that a central property of atoms—their alignment—did not “freeze,” as usual, but remained in a “liquid” state. The new quantum material could serve as a model system to develop novel, highly sensitive quantum sensors. The team has presented its findings in the journal Nature Physics.

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