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Dec 10, 2023

Nick Bostrom: How AI will lead to tyranny

Posted by in category: robotics/AI

📰 Subscribe to UnHerd today at: http://unherd.com/joinUnHerd’s Flo Read meets Nick Bostrom. In the last year, artificial intelligence has progressed from a s…

Dec 9, 2023

Admiral Grace Hopper Explains the Nanosecond

Posted by in category: computing

Admiral Grace Hopper was one of the first programmers of the Harvard Mark I computer. She developed the first compiler for a computer programming language…

Dec 9, 2023

REVERSE AGING To Prevent &Treat Diseases 2023 Nov Update

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

Dr. David Sinclair presents about the new update on epigenetic reprogramming on reversing aging to prevent and treat rare and common diseases in this video.

Dec 9, 2023

Humanoid Robot Showdown: Tesla Bot vs Figure 01

Posted by in category: robotics/AI

Head to head comparison of the two top robotic companies that seem to be the most advanced at this time: Figure 1 and Tesla’s Optimus. Robotics expert Dr. Scott Walter does a deep dive comparison. My website: https://www.herbertong.com Get Free TESLA Milestone Tables Check out the MOST comprehensive library of resources for the $TSLA Investor Scott Walter is an Aerospace Engineer with a Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering and has co-founded two robotics companies.

Dec 9, 2023

SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy to Rescue Hubble: Good News for SpaceX, Bad News for NASA

Posted by in category: space travel

SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy rocket is set to play a significant role in upcoming space missions, including potentially repairing the Hubble Space Telescope, and is making strides in space exploration alongside other companies and countries.

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Dec 9, 2023

Musk just declared SpaceX launch 80% of Earth’s payloads 2023 but STARSHIP will enable 1000 times more payload

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SpaceX’s Starship has the potential to revolutionize space exploration and launch costs, posing a significant challenge to China’s aspirations for space supremacy.

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Dec 9, 2023

SpaceX Unveils Major Upgrades and Plans for Starship Program

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SpaceX has made significant upgrades to their launch site and achieved success with the hot staging system, signaling progress towards the next Starship flight, and revealed new details and plans for the future of the Starship program.

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Dec 9, 2023

Astronomers calculate which exoplanets are most likely to have water

Posted by in categories: energy, space

Astronomers know of about 60 rocky exoplanets orbiting in the habitable zones of their stars. When they try to determine how habitable these planets might be, detecting water in their atmospheres plays a huge role. But what if there was another way of measuring the water content in these worlds?

Researchers are developing a way of modeling these worlds to determine how much water they have.

Habitability likely requires , as far as we can tell. But detecting water is next to impossible. The next best thing is to use the tools we have—like the James Webb Space Telescope—to detect and characterize exoplanet atmospheres. But despite the JWST’s power, it can’t examine every exoplanet atmosphere. Some are beyond its reach. But one team of researchers is using what we do know about exoplanets, tidal heating, and radiogenic heating to try to determine which exoplanets might have oceans, either on the surface or under the surface.

Dec 9, 2023

Memories Help Brains Recognize New Events Worth Remembering

Posted by in categories: futurism, neuroscience

Memories may affect how well the brain will learn about future events by shifting our perceptions of the world.

Dec 9, 2023

NASA Receives Laser Signal From 10 Million Miles Away

Posted by in category: space

NASA has been laser-beamed data from millions of miles away — and it was a message the agency sent itself.

In a press release, the NASA-funded Jet Propulsion Lab at Caltech said that it has achieved “first light” laser communication via its Deep Space Optical Communications (DSOC) experiment, which was launched last month on the Psyche spacecraft that’s currently making its way to the asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter.

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