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Feb 28, 2024

Programming Cells to Organize their Molecules may open the door to New Treatments

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Researchers can engineer cells to express new genes and produce specific proteins, giving the cells new parts to work with. But, it’s much harder to provide cells with instructions on how to organize and use those new parts. Now, new tools from University of Wisconsin–Madison researchers offer an innovative way around this problem.

Their research is published in the journal Cell.

Everything a cell does depends on how molecules are organized within the cell. Inside our cells—all cells—proteins and other molecules undergo organization and reorganization to carry out cellular function. Like a fleet of commuter trains moving at scheduled intervals along their different routes, proteins within a cell are organized in time and space to carry out complex but predictable functions.

Feb 28, 2024

Artificial Consciousness and New Language Models: The changing fabric of our society — DeepFest 2023

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Joscha Bach, Principal AI Engineer at Intel Labs Cognitive Computing group and member of our Scientific Advisory Board, and Rana Gujral, CEO at Behavioral Signals, on a FIRESIDE CHAT to talk about Artificial Consciousness and New Language Models: The changing fabric of our society, at DeepFest 2023.

Feb 28, 2024

David Chalmers on Technophilosophy

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Feb 28, 2024

The Bet on Consciousness

Posted by in categories: innovation, neuroscience

Philosopher David Chalmers and neuroscientist Christof Koch made a bet in 1998 on a breakthrough in consciousness research within 25 years. Now the bet is settled – thanks to the journalist Per Snaprud, neuroscience editor at the Swedish popular science magazine Forskning \& Framsteg. Here’s a conversation that was held between the three at New York university on June 24:th 2023.

Feb 28, 2024

The Era of 1-bit LLMs: All Large Language Models are in 1.58 Bits

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Join the discussion on this paper page.

Feb 28, 2024

Paper page — Sora: A Review on Background, Technology, Limitations, and Opportunities of Large Vision Models

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Join the discussion on this paper page.

Feb 28, 2024

Wearable Digital Health Technology for Epilepsy

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Review Article from The New England Journal of Medicine — Wearable Digital Health Technology for Epilepsy.

Feb 28, 2024

More than just neurons: Scientists create new model for studying human brain inflammation

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

The brain is typically depicted as a complex web of neurons sending and receiving messages. But neurons only make up half of the human brain. The other half—roughly 85 billion cells—are non-neuronal cells called glia.

The most common type of glial cells are , which are important for supporting neuronal health and activity. Despite this, most existing laboratory models of the human brain fail to include astrocytes at sufficient levels or at all, which limits the models’ utility for studying brain health and disease.

Now, Salk scientists have created a novel organoid model of the human brain—a three-dimensional collection of cells that mimics features of human tissues—that contains mature, functional astrocytes. With this astrocyte-rich model, researchers will be able to study inflammation and stress in aging and diseases like Alzheimer’s with greater clarity and depth than ever before.

Feb 28, 2024

Intel puts 1nm process (10A) on the roadmap for 2027 — also plans for fully AI-automated factories with ‘Cobots’

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1nm chips to arrive in late 2027.

Feb 28, 2024

Future AI’s Figure 01 seen at work in a warehouse rivaling Optimus

Posted by in categories: Elon Musk, robotics/AI

Just days after Elon Musk shared the progress of Tesla’s Optimus robot, Figure AI has released an image of its own humanoid robot at work.

Called “Figure 01,” this humanoid robot is seen being put to work in a warehouse.

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