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Dec 9, 2022

It’s Official — GPT-3 Is Replacing Programmers…

Posted by in categories: blockchains, information science

As someone who’s very involved with tech, this discovery is both terrifying and exciting for me. The tech that I will be showing in this video has the potential to be extremely useful but also incredibly horrifying.

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Dec 9, 2022

How Starlink & T-Mobile’s partnership will impact 5G for the better for AI cameras

Posted by in categories: mobile phones, robotics/AI

Starlink and T-Mobile’s partnership will be revolutionary for cellular service and Smarter AI CEO Chris Piche had some thoughts on how the new partnership will impact 5G capability for the automotive industry.

Chris, who has created services including AT&T TV, BBM Video, Poly Video, and STUN/TURN/ICE shared his thoughts on the effect of 5G on vehicles and telecommunications in an interview with Teslarati.

AI CAMERAS, TESLA, STARLINK & AUTONOMOUS VEHICLES Before founding Smarter AI, the Top 40 under 40 entrepreneur’s company created a technology that BlackBerry licensed to enable voice and video calling. This gave Chris a front-row seat to witness the speed at which technology can transform markets.

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Dec 9, 2022

Scientists Discover Oldest DNA Ever, Revealing 2 Million-Year-Old Lost World

Posted by in category: biotech/medical

The DNA is by far the oldest ever discovered, giving scientists an unprecedented glimpse of a lost ecosystem with “no modern analogue.”

Dec 9, 2022

EctoLife: The World’s First Artificial Womb Facility

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, genetics

The world’s first artificial womb facility, EctoLife, will be able to grow 30,000 babies a year. It’s based on over 50 years of groundbreaking scientific research conducted by researchers worldwide.

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Dec 9, 2022

This U.S. company manufactures low-cost, high-quality robotic limbs for Ukraine-Russia war victims

Posted by in categories: business, finance, robotics/AI

Thousands of Ukrainian soldiers and civilians are suffering unimaginable injuries in the country’s war with Russia. Many of the more seriously wounded have lost one or more limbs. Now a company in New York is stepping up to help. For access to live and exclusive video from CNBC subscribe to CNBC PRO:

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Dec 9, 2022

Canada’s TC Energy has shut the Keystone pipeline after one of the largest onshore spills saw 14,000 barrels leak into a Kansas creek

Posted by in categories: energy, sustainability

Canada’s TC Energy has shut the Keystone pipeline — which connects Alberta to the US — after 14,000 barrels of crude oil spilled into a creek in Kansas.

Pipe operator TC Energy announced the pipeline’s shutdown at 5.35 a.m. CT on Thursday. The Canadian company said it initiated an energy shutdown and response at 8 p.m. CT on Wednesday after alarms went off detecting a pressure drop in the system.

The cause of the leak is not known. It is not immediately clear as of presstime when the pipeline is expected to come back online.

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Dec 9, 2022

How AI found the words to kill cancer cells

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

Using new machine learning techniques, researchers at UC San Francisco (UCSF), in collaboration with a team at IBM Research, have developed a virtual molecular library of thousands of “command sentences” for cells, based on combinations of “words” that guided engineered immune cells to seek out and tirelessly kill cancer cells.

The work, published online Dec. 8, 2022, in Science, represents the first time such sophisticated computational approaches have been applied to a field that until now has progressed largely through ad hoc tinkering and engineering cells with existing—rather than synthesized—molecules.

The advance allows scientists to predict which elements—natural or synthesized—they should include in a cell to give it the precise behaviors required to respond effectively to complex diseases.

Dec 9, 2022

Researchers harvest electricity from wood soaking in water

Posted by in categories: energy, engineering

Water and wood may one day be all that’s needed to provide electrical power for a household. At a time when energy is a critical issue for many millions of people worldwide, scientists in Sweden have managed to generate electricity with the help of these two renewable resources.

The method reported by researchers at KTH Royal Institute of Technology focuses on what naturally happens after is placed in water, and the water evaporates. Transpiration, a process in which water moves through a plant, is constantly occurring in nature. And it produces small amounts of , known as bioelectricity.

Yuanyuan Li, assistant professor at the Division of Biocomposites at KTH, says that with some nanoengineering of wood—and pH tuning—small but promising amounts of electricity can now be harvested.

Dec 9, 2022

Meet the dearMoon Crew!

Posted by in category: space travel

Meet the crew joining Yusaku Maezawa on this lunar mission aboard SpaceX’s Starship.

Dec 9, 2022

Transcranial photobiomodulation enhances visual working memory capacity in humans

Posted by in category: futurism

Transcranial photobiomodulation (at 1,064 nm) applied to the right prefrontal cortex improves visual working memory capacity.

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