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Feb 4, 2023

Prof. LUCIANO FLORIDI — ChatGPT, Superintelligence, Ethics, Philosophy of Information

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We are living in an age of rapid technological advancement, and with this growth comes a digital divide. Professor Luciano Floridi of the Oxford Internet Institute / Oxford University believes that this divide not only affects our understanding of the implications of this new age, but also the organization of a fair society.

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Feb 4, 2023

The AI Arms Race Heats Up: China’s Baidu LAUNCHING ChatGPT Rival!

Posted by in categories: military, robotics/AI

Watch as Baidu, the leading Chinese tech giant, takes on the world-renowned AI model ChatGPT in this exciting showcase of cutting-edge technology. Discover how China is establishing itself as a major player in the global AI arms race and learn about the advancements Baidu is making in the field.

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Feb 4, 2023

ChatGPT Vs. Google’s Apprentice Bard

Posted by in category: robotics/AI

The Quest for the Ultimate AI Language Model: ChatGPT vs. Google’s Apprentice Bard. “ChatGPT Vs. Google’s Apprentice Bard: Who Will Win?” is published by Liquid Ocelot in InkWater Atlas.

Feb 4, 2023

The Difference Between Speaking and Thinking

Posted by in category: robotics/AI

The human brain could explain why AI programs are so good at writing grammatically superb nonsense.

Feb 4, 2023

Researchers reveal microscopic quantum correlations of ultracold molecules

Posted by in categories: particle physics, quantum physics

Physicists are increasingly using ultracold molecules to study quantum states of matter. Many researchers contend that molecules have advantages over other alternatives, such as trapped ions, atoms or photons. These advantages suggest that molecular systems will play important roles in emerging quantum technologies. But, for a while now, research into molecular systems has advanced only so far because of long-standing challenges in preparing, controlling and observing molecules in a quantum regime.

Now, as chronicled in a study published in Nature (“Probing site-resolved correlations in a spin system of ultracold molecules”), Princeton researchers have achieved a major breakthrough by microscopically studying molecular gases at a level never before achieved by previous research. The Princeton team, led by Waseem Bakr, associate professor of physics, was able to cool molecules down to ultracold temperatures, load them into an artificial crystal of light known as an optical lattice, and study their collective quantum behavior with high spatial resolution such that each individual molecule could be observed.

“We prepared the molecules in the gas in a well-defined internal and motional quantum state. The strong interactions between the molecules gave rise to subtle quantum correlations which we were able to detect for the first time,” said Bakr.

Feb 4, 2023

Revolutionizing electronics: The rise of spintronics technology

Posted by in categories: computing, particle physics

Spintronics is a technology that utilizes the spin of electrons — in addition to their charge — in order to store and process information. Unlike traditional electronics, which rely on the movement of electrons to perform their functions, spintronics uses the intrinsic angular momentum of electrons to achieve the same results. Spintronics offers the potential to address some limitations of traditional, charge-based computing and it has the potential for developing new types of devices such as spin-based transistors and logic gates.

Feb 4, 2023

Moon Exerts Obscure Tidal Force ‘Plasma Ocean’ That Creates Fluctuation on Earth’s Magnetosphere, Study Reveals

Posted by in category: space

Unknown tidal force from the moon called ‘Plasma Ocean’ creates fluctuation on the earth’s magnetosphere layer, based on the newest study. Read to learn how this occurence will affect the planet!

Feb 3, 2023

After Cousin’s Diagnosis, Researcher Builds Non-Invasive Device To Detect Breast Cancer

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

Researcher Geetha Manjunath quit her job to launch Thermalytix, an AI solution that offers a radiation free and non invasive way to detect breast cancer in women.

Feb 3, 2023

Until further notice, think twice before using Google to download software

Posted by in category: cybercrime/malcode

Searching Google for downloads of popular software has always come with risks, but over the past few months, it has been downright dangerous, according to researchers and a pseudorandom collection of queries.

“Threat researchers are used to seeing a moderate flow of malvertising via Google Ads,” volunteers at Spamhaus wrote on Thursday. “However, over the past few days, researchers have witnessed a massive spike affecting numerous famous brands, with multiple malware being utilized. This is not ‘the norm.’”.

Feb 3, 2023

This one-atom chemical reaction could transform drug discovery

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, chemistry

Pharmaceutical synthesis is often quite complex; simplifications are needed to speed up the initial phase of drug development and lower the cost of generic production. Now, in a study recently published in Science, researchers from Osaka University have discovered a chemical reaction that could transform drug production because of its simplicity and utility.

Pharmaceuticals generally contain a few tens of atoms and a similar number of chemical bonds between the atoms. Thus, designing complex architectures from simple precursors using the techniques of usually requires careful planning and tedious, incremental steps.

The gold standard in drug synthesis is to create, in one step, as many chemical bonds as possible. In principle, adding one atom—by forming four bonds in one step—to a drug precursor can be a means of doing so. Unfortunately, atomic carbon is generally too unstable for use in common chemical reaction conditions. This is the problem that the researchers sought to address.

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