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May 19, 2024

Our brains trick us into thinking consciousness can reside outside the body, new Northeastern research proves

Posted by in category: neuroscience

Iris Berent argues that the debate stems from the delusional biases in the way humans think about the separation of body and mind.

May 19, 2024

Elon Musk debuts Starlink satellite internet service in Indonesia

Posted by in categories: Elon Musk, health, internet, satellites

Elon Musk traveled to Bali this weekend to officially launch Starlink, the SpaceX satellite internet service, in Indonesia this Sunday.

At a launch event with ministers in a health clinic in Indonesia, Musk stressed the significance of providing internet access to far-reaching corners of the vast archipelago, comprised of 17,000 islands across three time zones.

May 19, 2024

Using DNA origami, researchers create diamond lattice for future semiconductors of visible light

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, nanotechnology

The shimmering of butterfly wings in bright colors does not emerge from pigments. Rather, photonic crystals are responsible for the play of colors. Their periodic nanostructure allows light at certain wavelengths to pass through while reflecting other wavelengths. This causes the wing scales, which are in fact transparent, to appear so magnificently colored.

May 19, 2024

Tower Two Breaks Ground! Starbase Flyover Update 41

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May 19, 2024

Biohybrid robotic hand may help unravel complex sensation of touch

Posted by in category: robotics/AI

Brain-machine interfaces are devices that enable direct communication between a brain’s electrical activity and an external device such as a computer or a robotic limb that allows people to control machines using their thoughts.

May 19, 2024

Scientists move closer to connecting cities with quantum internet

Posted by in categories: internet, quantum physics

Experiments in Netherlands, China, and US demonstrate how qubits can be stored in ‘quantum memory’ and transmitted via fiber optics.

May 19, 2024

Decoding the business of brain–computer interfaces

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, business, computing, neuroscience

Here’s a nice article discussing the progress of the brain-computer interface industry, some existing startups in the space, and where the industry may go in the future.

Fifty years after the term brain–computer interface was coined, the neurotechnology is being pursued by an array of start-up companies using a variety of different technologies. But the path to clinical and commercial success remains uncertain.

May 19, 2024

Neuromorphic Computing: The Future of Artificial Intelligence

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

In the vast and ever-evolving landscape of technology, neuromorphic computing emerges as a groundbreaking frontier, reminiscent of uncharted territories awaiting exploration. This novel approach to computation, inspired by the intricate workings of the human brain, offers a path to traverse the complex terrains of artificial intelligence (AI) and advanced data processing with unprecedented efficiency and agility.

Neuromorphic computing, at its core, is an endeavor to mirror the human brain’s architecture and functionality within the realm of computer engineering. It represents a significant shift from traditional computing methods, charting a course towards a future where machines not only compute but also learn and adapt in ways that are strikingly similar to the human brain. This technology deploys artificial neurons and synapses, creating networks that process information in a manner akin to our cognitive processes. The ultimate objective is to develop systems capable of sophisticated tasks, with the agility and energy efficiency that our brain exemplifies.

The genesis of neuromorphic computing can be traced back to the late 20th century, rooted in the pioneering work of researchers who sought to bridge the gap between biological brain functions and electronic computing. The concept gained momentum in the 1980s, driven by the vision of Carver Mead, a physicist who proposed the use of analog circuits to mimic neural processes. Since then, the field has evolved, fueled by advancements in neuroscience and technology, growing from a theoretical concept to a tangible reality with vast potential.

May 19, 2024

3 Companies Already Working on the Next Phase of Artificial Intelligence (AI)

Posted by in categories: business, quantum physics, robotics/AI, supercomputing

These businesses are building tech that could exceed the abilities of today’s AI.

The field of artificial intelligence is still in its early years, yet several businesses are already working on technology that can become the foundation for AI’s future. These companies are developing quantum computing systems capable of processing mountains of data in seconds, which would take decades for a conventional computer.

Quantum machines can execute multiple computations simultaneously, accelerating processing time, while typical computers must process data in a linear fashion. This means quantum systems can evolve AI beyond the abilities of the most powerful supercomputers, enabling AI to drive cars and help find cures to diseases.

May 19, 2024

Protein assembly research shows molecular roll of the dice delivers winning combinations

Posted by in category: biotech/medical

Australian researchers have shed light on the shape-shifting capabilities of protein assemblies, with results that could revolutionize fields from biomanufacturing to vaccine development.

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