Page 4

Feb 26, 2021

Red Canary researchers find evidence of malware on 30,000 infected Apple computers

Posted by in category: cybercrime/malcode

A team of researchers at security firm Red Canary has found evidence of a new kind of malware infecting Apple brand computers. They claim on their website that they have found evidence of the malware, which they have named Silver Sparrow, infecting up to 30000 Mac computers.

Feb 26, 2021

Episode 39 — What NASA’s Perseverance Rover Is Teaching Us About Management and Logistics

Posted by in categories: robotics/AI, space

Great new episode with the details on how NASA JPL’s successful Mars rover program kept the Perseverance rover on track. JPL chief engineer Rob Manning gives us an inside look at the strategies NASA used to make sure the latest rover made a spectacular landing.

NASA’s Rob Manning, JPL’s Chief Engineer, discusses management, logistics, innovation and the future of robotic Mars exploration in this unique episode. With this week’s successful landing of the Perseverance rover on an ancient river delta, NASA ups its game at a time when the rest of the country badly needs some encouraging news. Manning talks about how JPL keeps itself on track when finessing complicated billion-dollar initiatives.

Continue reading “Episode 39 --- What NASA’s Perseverance Rover Is Teaching Us About Management and Logistics” »

Feb 26, 2021

Feast Your Eyes on the First-Ever Mars 2020 Mission Videos

Posted by in category: space

Get a guided tour of the Perseverance rover landing on the red planet from NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory engineer Ian Clark:

Feb 26, 2021

Martian Ripples in 4K

Posted by in categories: robotics/AI, space

A video of Martian Ripples in the highest quality. All the images you’re going to see are taken by NASA rovers and orbiters in Mars, boosted in quality with AI technology.

The wind has shaped the Martian landscape for much of its history and continues to play a major role today. Here we analyzed Martian Ripples and the similarities they have the ripples here on Earth.

Other information that can be found in this video:
📌- Real images of Martian Ripples.
📌- The density of the Martian Atmosphere.
📌- How these ripples are created?!
📌- Size of Martian Ripples.
📌- Rover’s Tire Track on Mars (image)
📌- Perseverance rover mission.

Feb 26, 2021

Mars landings that did (and didn’t) go to plan

Posted by in category: space

With two missions due to land on Mars in 2021, we look back at 60 years of attempts to get to the Red Planet.

Feb 25, 2021

How Elon Musk’s 700 MPH Hyperloop Concept Could Become The Fastest Way To Travel

Posted by in categories: Elon Musk, transportation

Current high-speed bullet trains can bring passengers from Paris to London or Tokyo to Kyoto within 2.5 hours. Hyperloops theoretically could bring passengers from Los Angeles to San Francisco in less than 45 minutes.

Feb 25, 2021

Reinforcement learning algorithms score higher than humans, other AI systems at classic video games

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

A team of researchers at Uber AI Labs in San Francisco has developed a set of learning algorithms that proved to be better at playing classic video games than human players or other AI systems. In their paper published in the journal Nature, the researchers explain how their algorithms differ from others and why they believe they have applications in robotics, language processing and even designing new drugs.

Feb 25, 2021

How Europe’s €100 billion science fund will shape 7 years of research

Posted by in category: science

But Horizon Europe also includes new elements that reflect increasing attention to open science, equality, interdisciplinary research and practical applications. Here, Nature takes a look at some of the major changes.

As Horizon Europe issues its first call for grants, Nature reviews some big changes — from open science to goal-oriented ‘missions’.

Feb 25, 2021

Electric Walking Bike

Posted by in categories: innovation, transportation

A very unique invention. 😃

This electric walking bike is a treadmill on wheels.

Feb 25, 2021

Artificial intelligence is killing choice and chance – changing what it means to be human

Posted by in categories: mobile phones, robotics/AI

FEATURE (THE CONVERSATION) — The history of humans’ use of technology has always been a history of co-evolution.

Philosophers from Rousseau to Heidegger to Carl Schmitt have argued that technology is never a neutral tool for achieving human ends. Technological innovations – from the most rudimentary to the most sophisticated – reshape people as they use these innovations to control their environment. Artificial intelligence is a new and powerful tool, and it, too, is altering humanity.

Continue reading “Artificial intelligence is killing choice and chance – changing what it means to be human” »

Page 4 of 5,55312345678Last