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Feb 26, 2024

Watermarking Makes Language Models Radioactive

Posted by in category: futurism

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Feb 26, 2024

3D printed titanium structure shows supernatural strength

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, materials

A 3D printed ‘metamaterial’ boasting levels of strength for weight not normally seen in nature or manufacturing could change how we make everything from medical implants to aircraft or rocket parts.

RMIT University researchers created the new metamaterial—a term used to describe an with not observed in nature—from common titanium alloy.

But it’s the material’s unique lattice structure design, recently revealed in the journal Advanced Materials, that makes it anything but common: tests show it’s 50% stronger than the next strongest alloy of similar density used in aerospace applications.

Feb 26, 2024

‘Quantum memory breakthrough’ may lead to a quantum internet

Posted by in categories: internet, quantum physics

A new technique in quantum storage that operates at room temperature could pave the way for a quantum internet.

Feb 26, 2024

Blade Runner — The Eye Designer [HD]

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Scene Stars: Rutger Hauer, James Hong, Brion James Director: Ridley Scott Writers: Philip K. Dick, Hampton Fancher, David Peoples Producers: Michael Deeley, Ridley Scott Music: Vangelis Production: The Ladd Company, Shaw Brothers, Blade Runner Partnership, Warner Bros Distribution: Warner Bros. Released: 1982 ► watch Blade Runner… watch more Blade Runner Movie Clips • Movie Clips ► watch the Blade Runner Movie Trailer • Blade Runner — Official Trailer [HD] ► listen to the Blade Runner Original Soundtrack • Blade Runner — Original Soundtrack ♥ subscribe to Cyber Chaos Crew… ♦ donate to Cyber Chaos Crew ► watch Cyber Chaos Crew TV

Feb 26, 2024

Smart phones surveillance and the CCP

Posted by in categories: humor, mobile phones, surveillance

It’s awful! The most hideous creation ever conceived! No one can laugh, or joke. It watches, saps the very spirit. And the worst thing of all is I watch it…

Feb 26, 2024

New Research Shows That Something Strange Is Going On in the Butterfly Nebula

Posted by in categories: energy, materials

When red giant stars run out of helium fuel and expel their outer layers to become hot, compact white dwarf stars that are roughly the size of Earth, planetary nebulae are created. As the carbon-enriched shed material is gradually blasted into the interstellar medium, it produces magnificent patterns.

The majority of planetary nebulae are circular, but others, like the well-known “Butterfly Nebula,” have an hourglass or wing-like appearance. These structures are thought to be the consequence of the material expanding into two lobes or “wings” due to the gravitational attraction of a second star circling the parent star of the nebula. The wings develop over time without altering their initial form, much like an expanding balloon.

Feb 26, 2024

Three Stars, One Strange Disk! The Mind-Boggling Planet-Forming Revolution!

Posted by in categories: futurism, space

Key Takeaways:

Within this system, two young stars engage in an intimate celestial waltz, while a third star pirouettes around the pair. Enveloping all three stars is a fragmented disk of dust and gas, a cosmic canvas where future planets may take shape. This disk, unlike the one that gave rise to our solar system’s planets, comprises three loops, each with its unique contortions — a middle ring distinctly warped, and an inner ring playfully askew in relation to its companions.

Feb 26, 2024

Experimental Drugs Grown in Space Return to Earth For Analysis

Posted by in category: biotech/medical

On Wednesday, February 21st, at 01:40 p.m. PST (04:40 p.m. EST), an interesting package returned to Earth from space.

This was the capsule from the W-1 mission, an orbital platform manufactured by California-based Varda Space Industries, which landed at the Utah Test and Training Range (UTTR). Even more interesting was the payload, which consisted of antiviral drugs grown in the microgravity environment of Low Earth Orbit (LEO).

The mission is part of the company’s goal to develop the infrastructure to make LEO more accessible to commercial industries.

Feb 26, 2024

Private lunar lander sends back first pics from its moon landing

Posted by in category: space travel

A privately built spacecraft on the moon has beamed back new photos from the lunar surface, showing the vehicle’s much-celebrated descent and the moments immediately after touchdown when it tipped over on its side.

The Odysseus lander, built by Houston-based Intuitive Machines, landed on the moon on Feb. 22, making history as the first commercial craft to reach the lunar surface and the first U.S. spacecraft on the moon in more than 50 years.

The following day, Intuitive Machines said Odysseus had pitched over when it touched down near a crater called Malapert A, close to the moon’s south pole. Company officials said the 14-foot-tall lander was operational but that some of the spacecraft’s antennas were pointing at the ground, limiting its ability to communicate with flight controllers back on Earth.

Feb 26, 2024

Artificial Superintelligence: A Dive into the Mind of the Machine

Posted by in categories: biological, entertainment, robotics/AI

While Artificial Intelligence (AI) focuses on simulating and surpassing human intelligence, Artificial Life (A-Life) takes a different approach. Instead of replicating cognitive abilities, A-Life seeks to understand and model fundamental biological processes through software, hardware, and even… wetware.

Forget Turing tests and chess games. A-Life scientists don’t care if their creations are “smart” in the traditional sense. Instead, they’re fascinated by the underlying rules that govern life itself. Think of it as rewinding the movie of evolution, watching it unfold again in a digital petri dish.

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