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Jan 30, 2023

Mercedes Claims to Have Achieved Level 3 Automation, Beating Tesla

Posted by in categories: robotics/AI, transportation

German automaker Mercedes-Benz claims to have achieved Level 3 autonomy — “conditionally automated” vehicles that can monitor their driving environment and make informed decisions on behalf of the driver, but still require humans to occasionally take over — in the United States, an incremental but noteworthy step towards a future void of steering wheels and foot pedals.

“It is a very proud moment for everyone to continue this leadership and celebrate this monumental achievement as the first automotive company to be certified for Level 3 conditionally automated driving in the US market,” said Mercedes-Benz USA CEO Dimitris Psillakis in a statement.

Jan 30, 2023

AI has caused a renaissance of tech industry R&D, says Meta’s chief AI scientist

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There are many promising commercial applications already that may lead to productivity increases, but, ultimately, AI must develop an ability to plan if it is to truly advance, says Yann LeCun.

Jan 30, 2023

I made a 32bit Computer in Minecraft and ran Tetris on it!

Posted by in categories: computing, mathematics, media & arts, space

Join the ORE community to learn about computational redstone like this at:

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Jan 30, 2023

The Zombifying Mushrooms in HBO’s ‘The Last of Us’ Are Real. Should You Be Worried?

Posted by in category: futurism

We spoke to a real scientist about the potential for a fungus-driven zombie apocalypse.

Jan 30, 2023

Scientists Actually Did It: They Built a Real Working Tractor Beam

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One that manipulates objects and everything.

Jan 30, 2023

The Rise of Automated Robots in the Future of Car Maintenance and Driving

Posted by in categories: business, employment, robotics/AI, transportation

The automobile business is continuously evolving, and as technology advances, we are seeing a shift toward a future of automated robots in the car maintenance sector. This move is expected to have a number of advantages, including greater accuracy and efficiency in automotive maintenance, as well as the capacity to work on older vehicles that traditional mechanics may be unfamiliar with.

As the owner of an older family truck, I have direct knowledge of the difficulty in finding a mechanic willing to work on their vehicle even if it is well kept up. With the emergence of automated robots, there will be no need to rely on human mechanics, as robots will be capable of doing the required jobs with ease. They will be able to detect faults and undertake routine maintenance, such as replacing belts, radiators, and other parts, without specialist training or knowledge.

The benefits of automated robots in automotive repair go beyond increased productivity. The robots will be built to work on a wide range of automobiles, regardless of age, allowing owners of older vehicles to maintain their vehicles without having to worry about finding a mechanic ready to work on them. Furthermore, automated robots will improve automotive maintenance accuracy since they will be equipped with cutting-edge technology and will be able to complete duties with precision and speed.

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Jan 30, 2023

AI Replicated Evolution and Generated New Enzymes as Good as Natural Ones

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Of those 100 proteins, the team created five of the artificial proteins and tested their functionality in cells, seeing how well they compared to an enzyme found in chicken eggs aptly named “hen egg white lysozyme” (HEWL). Two of the proteins demonstrated activity similar to HEWL, breaking down bacteria’s cell walls.

“The enzymes work (out-of-the-box) as well as proteins that have evolved over millions of years of evolution,” Madani said. The team also found that the model was able to capture evolutionary patterns, without specifically being trained to do so.

While AI has been used to generate proteins, this study differs a bit from prior research and further expands the idea of what is possible with language models.

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Jan 30, 2023

The Word “Quantum” Invokes the Notion of Strange Physics and States of Matter

Posted by in categories: computing, quantum physics

I recently learned some new things about quantum materials, states, and computing.

My latest discoveries about the curious world of quantum physics and discoveries that may significantly impact the future.

Jan 30, 2023

US House panel to vote next month on possible TikTok ban | Latest News | WION

Posted by in category: futurism

The House Foreign Affairs Committee plans to hold a vote next month on a bill aimed at blocking the use of China’s popular social media app TikTok in the United States, the committee confirmed.

#tiktok #tiktokban #unitedstates.

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Jan 30, 2023

Neuromorphic dynamics and information processing in self-organised nanowire networks

Posted by in category: nanotechnology

Tenth International Conference on Guided Self-Organization (GSO-2022), 12–13 December 2022, Auckland, New Zealand.

Keynote talk (12 December 2022, morning). Prof. Zdenka Kuncic, University of Sydney, Australia.

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