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Dec 4, 2023

Quantum computers could solve problems in minutes that would take today’s supercomputers millions of years

Posted by in categories: economics, health, quantum physics, supercomputing

“We’re looking at a race, a race between China, between IBM, Google, Microsoft, Honeywell,” Kaku said. “All the big boys are in this race to create a workable, operationally efficient quantum computer. Because the nation or company that does this will rule the world economy.”

It’s not just the economy quantum computing could impact. A quantum computer is set up at Cleveland Clinic, where Chief Research Officer Dr. Serpil Erzurum believes the technology could revolutionize the world of health care.

Quantum computers can potentially model the behavior of proteins, the molecules that regulate all life, Erzurum said. Proteins change their shape to change their function in ways that are too complex to follow, but quantum computing could change that understanding.

Dec 4, 2023

OpenAI Agreed to Buy $51 Million of AI Chips From a Startup Backed by CEO Sam Altman

Posted by in category: robotics/AI

Documents show that OpenAI signed a letter of intent to spend $51 million on brain-inspired chips developed by startup Rain. OpenAI CEO Sam Altman previously made a personal investment in Rain.

Dec 4, 2023

China, US agree on AI risks, but can they see past military tech rivalry?

Posted by in categories: military, robotics/AI

US-China consensus on regulating the military use of AI mentions no specifics, amid challenge posed by the lack of a common definition for such systems Mutual vulnerability could still push the rival powers to create a common set of binding regulations, observers say.

Dec 4, 2023

Google delays its ChatGPT 4 rival ‘Gemini’ until next year over language issues

Posted by in category: robotics/AI

Now, the AI-powered products that were supposed to get a Gemini boost, such as the Bard chatbot, will have to wait until next year.

Justin Sullivan/Getty Images.

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Dec 4, 2023

Saudi Arabia’s plan to become the crown prince of gaming

Posted by in category: entertainment

With avowed ‘massive gamer’ Mohammed bin Salman at the helm, the kingdom’s insatiable appetite and bottomless riches are already remaking the global video game industry.

You could call it the summer that Saudi Arabia swallowed sports.

Dec 4, 2023

EyeD: This handheld device detects brain injury in minutes

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, neuroscience

This can be helpful for first responders in treating victims and patients with traumatic brain injury.

Zorica Nastasic/iStock.

How EyeD works?

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Dec 4, 2023

NASA may not land humans on the Moon by 2025, US watchdog says why

Posted by in category: space

Technical and schedule risks threaten NASA’s Artemis III mission.


The Human Landing System is “exceptionally optimistic”

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Dec 4, 2023

This brilliant robot uses AI to make your garden weed free

Posted by in categories: food, robotics/AI, sustainability

Now you can sit back and relax in your easy chair as your garden is weeded.


As anyone who has tended to a garden knows, weeding is time-consuming and energy-draining. Scale it up to a farm, and it becomes a logistical nightmare. Traditional herbicides, though efficient, pose potential threats to people, animals, and the environment.

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Dec 4, 2023

Flying electric car Doroni H1 is now airworthy, says FAA

Posted by in categories: sustainability, transportation

Receiving the FAA’s Airworthiness Certification is not just a milestone for our company, but a leap forward for the entire field of personal air mobility.

Doroni Aerospace.

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Dec 4, 2023

New research links world record holding material to hydrogen generation

Posted by in categories: nanotechnology, physics, solar power, sustainability

With a hydrogen production rate of 139 millimoles per hour and per gram of catalyst, the material holds the world record for green hydrogen production with sunlight.


Professor Emiliano Cortés, a leading figure in experimental physics and energy conversion at LMU, and Dr. Matías Herrán, a postdoc researcher at the Fritz Haber Institute of the Max Planck Society, delved into the intricate world of nanotechnology to develop high-performance nanostructures that could revolutionize solar energy utilization.

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