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Dec 8, 2023

Unlocking the Secrets of Aging: Science, Studies, and Interventions for Longer, Healthier Lives

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, genetics, life extension, science

In this episode, Dr. David Sinclair and co-host Matthew LaPlante discuss why we age. In doing so, they discuss organisms that have extreme longevity, the genes that control aging (mTOR, AMPK, Sirtuins), the role of sirtuin proteins as epigenetic regulators of aging, the process of “ex-differentiation” in which cells begin to lose their identity, and how all of this makes up the “Information Theory of Aging”, and the difference between “biological age” and “chronological age” and how we can measure biological age through DNA methylation clocks. #Aging #DavidSinclair #Longevity

Dec 8, 2023

NMN, NR, Resveratrol, Metformin & Other Longevity Molecules

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, life extension

In this week’s episode, Dr. David Sinclair and co-host Matthew LaPlante zero in on drugs and supplements that have been reported to combat aspects of aging. They share the latest experimental and clinical data for NAD boosters (these being NR, NMN, NAD IV drips and shots), resveratrol, fisetin, quercetin, rapamycin, spermidine, metformin, and berberine.

Dec 8, 2023

Google Admits Gemini AI Promotional Video Was Fabricated

Posted by in category: robotics/AI

Earlier this week, Google launched its Gemini AI platform that ‘wowed’ the tech world. A video posted on YouTube showcased the new AI model’s capabilities to process and reason with text, images, audio, video, and code. However, it has since come to light that Google staged the hands-on video demonstration of Gemini AI.

Bloomberg reports that Google modified interactions with Gemini AI to create the demonstration video. The video is titled “Hands-on with Gemini: Interacting with Multimodal AI.”

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Dec 8, 2023

‘World’s Newest Island’ Seen Growing From Space in Satellite Photos

Posted by in category: satellites

This island is on the rise.

Dec 8, 2023

Europe reaches a deal on the world’s first comprehensive AI rules

Posted by in categories: law, robotics/AI, surveillance

LONDON (AP) — European Union negotiators clinched a deal Friday on the world’s first comprehensive artificial intelligence rules, paving the way for legal oversight of technology used in popular generative AI services like ChatGPT that has promised to transform everyday life and spurred warnings of existential dangers to humanity.

Negotiators from the European Parliament and the bloc’s 27 member countries overcame big differences on controversial points including generative AI and police use of facial recognition surveillance to sign a tentative political agreement for the Artificial Intelligence Act.

“Deal!” tweeted European Commissioner Thierry Breton, just before midnight. “The EU becomes the very first continent to set clear rules for the use of AI.”

Dec 8, 2023

What is generative AI and how does it work? — The Turing Lectures with Mirella Lapata

Posted by in categories: futurism, robotics/AI

How are technologies like ChatGPT created? And what does the future hold for AI language models? This talk was filmed at the Royal Institution on 29th September 2023, in collaboration with The Alan Turing Institute.

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Dec 8, 2023

Tesla Cybertruck: Engineering Analysis & Innovative Features

Posted by in categories: engineering, innovation


Sandy delves deep into the details about the specs of the Tesla Cybertruck. Munro Live is a YouTube channel that features Sandy Munro and other engineers from Munro & Associates. Munro is an engineering consulting firm and a world leader in reverse engineering, costing, and teardown benchmarking. Munro Home of Lean Design.

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Dec 8, 2023

Brain implants revive cognitive abilities long after traumatic brain injury

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, neuroscience

The results of the clinical trial were published Dec. 4 in Nature Medicine.

More than 5 million Americans live with the lasting effects of moderate to severe traumatic brain injury — difficulty focusing, remembering and making decisions. Though many recover enough to live independently, their impairments prevent them from returning to school or work and from resuming their social lives.

Dec 8, 2023

Google drops Gemini to end ChatGPT’s reign. Who will win this AI-war?

Posted by in category: robotics/AI

Google released the first phase of its next-generation AI model, Gemini reflects years of efforts from inside Google, overseen and driven by its CEO, Sundar Pichai.

Dec 8, 2023

Clean Drinking Water From Thin Air? Scientist’s Breakthrough Revolutionises Access to Pure Water

Posted by in categories: innovation, sustainability

SOURCE, a US-based company founded by Dr. Cody Friesen, is making waves in the renewable energy sector. They have innovated the one-of-a-kind Hydropanel which is a sustainable water technology that uses the power of the sun to extract an clean drinking water from the air.

This article has been sponsored by SOURCE

“But what if clean water could be conjured from thin air, materialising from nothingness to fill glasses, water dispensers, and reservoirs as pure magic? It’s not mission impossible; it’s science — and it could very well become a not-so-distant reality.”

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