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Mar 27, 2023

Bias inherent in ChatGPT’s database says OpenAI CEO Sam Altman

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Sam Altman, the CEO of OpenAI, sat down with Lex Fridman for a frank discussion on a variety of subjects, including the contentious question of whether the language model GPT is “too woke” or prejudiced.

Although admitting that the term “woke” has changed over time, Altman finally conceded that it is prejudiced and probably always will be, according to the interview published by Fridman on Saturday.

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Mar 27, 2023

How cell mechanics influences everything

Posted by in categories: bioengineering, biotech/medical, chemistry

“People study cells in the context of their biology and biochemistry, but cells are also simply physical objects you can touch and feel,” Guo says. “Just like when we construct a house, we use different materials to have different properties. A similar rule must apply to cells when forming tissues and organs. But really, not much is known about this process.”

His work in cell mechanics led him to MIT, where he recently received tenure and is the Class of ’54 Career Development Associate Professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering.

At MIT, Guo and his students are developing tools to carefully poke and prod cells, and observe how their physical form influences the growth of a tissue, organism, or disease such as cancer. His research bridges multiple fields, including cell biology, physics, and mechanical engineering, and he is working to apply the insights from cell mechanics to engineer materials for biomedical applications, such as therapies to halt the growth and spread of diseased and cancerous cells.

Mar 27, 2023

Do We Live In a Simulation? Experiment To Prove/Disprove It

Posted by in categories: bitcoin, cryptocurrencies, quantum physics

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Hello and welcome! My name is Anton and in this video, we will talk about an experiment that may be able to show whether we live in a simulation.
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Mar 27, 2023

Madeline A. Lancaster on Modeling human brain development in cerebral organoids

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, neuroscience

Prof. Madeline A. Lancaster (MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology Cambridge, UK) on “Modeling human brain development in cerebral organoids”, at the FENS-SfN Summer School 2018 on Neural stem cells, brain organoids and brain repair, which was held on 3–9 June 2018 in Bertinoro, Italy.

Mar 27, 2023

Rare Megamouth Sharks Spotted in San Diego for the First Time

Posted by in category: futurism

Megamouth sharks are extremely elusive, and not much is known about them. However, a pair of rare fish have been spotted swimming off the coast of San Diego.

Megamouth Sharks in San Diego

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Mar 27, 2023

Artificial ‘creativity’ is unstoppable. Grappling with its ethics is up to us

Posted by in categories: ethics, robotics/AI

If all artists take inspiration from previous artists’ work, does AI art really pose a new threat to human creativity?

Mar 27, 2023

Engineering breakthrough in softbotics

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

“Introducing the first soft material that can maintain a high enough electrical conductivity to support power hungry devices.” and self-healing.

The newest development in softbotics will have a transformative impact on robotics, electronics, and medicine. Carmel Majidi has engineered a soft material with metal-like conductivity and self-healing properties that, for the first time, can support power-hungry devices.

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Mar 27, 2023

An Update on the Yemeni FSO Safer Oil Tanker in the Red Sea

Posted by in categories: food, sustainability

An oil tanker abandoned and anchored in the Red Sea could produce an oil spill that would spread over the southern half of the body of water and block ports, close desalination plants, and produce a food and water crisis for the people of Yemen.

A UN rescue plan for the rusting tanker off Yemen’s coast has ballooned in cost to $129 million. So far money raised is $34 million short.

Mar 27, 2023

Air ‘gun’ could deliver vaccines and other medication painlessly

Posted by in category: biotech/medical

Could a puff of air one day replace the needle in delivering medicines and vaccines? These scientists are working on it.

Mar 27, 2023

Dr. Annie Kritcher, Ph.D. — National Ignition Facility — LLNL — Tapping The Power Of The Stars

Posted by in categories: economics, engineering, military, nuclear energy, physics

Tapping The Power Of The Stars — Dr. Andrea Kritcher Ph.D., Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, U.S. Department of Energy.

Dr. Andrea (Annie) Kritcher, Ph.D. is a nuclear engineer and physicist who works at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory ( She is the design lead of the HYBRID-E capsule technology within Lawrence Livermore’s Inertial Confinement Fusion (ICF) program, and is a member of the ICF leadership team and lead designer for shot N210808, at their National Ignition Facility, a recent experiment that heralded a significant step towards a fusion break-even target. She was elected Fellow of the American Physical Society in 2022.

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