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Mar 26, 2023

Researchers create self-sensing metamaterial concrete that produce power

Posted by in categories: life extension, materials

University of Pittsburgh.

A metamaterial is any material engineered to have a property that is elusive to naturally occurring materials. The research introduces the use of metamaterials in the creation of concrete, providing the option to alter its brittleness, flexibility, and shapeability to allow builders to use less of the material without sacrificing strength or longevity.

Mar 26, 2023

Top 10 AI Tools for Designers 2023 | Best AI Tools for Designers | AI Tools 2023 | Simplilearn

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In this video, “Top 10 AI Tools for Designers 2023,” we will learn about the top 10 AI tools and their features, pros, and cons. Also, we will cover the Best AI tools for Designers as per the features and pricing. Finally, we will pick the best among the top 10 AI tools.

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Mar 26, 2023

The NUIT Attack Uses Near-Ultrasound Audio to Silently Command Your Voice Assistant

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By embedding commands in YouTube videos, streaming music, or even voice calls and Zoom meetings, NUIT can silently take control.

Mar 26, 2023

A.I. is ‘seizing the master key of civilization’ and we ‘cannot afford to lose,’ warns ‘Sapiens’ author Yuval Harari

Posted by in category: robotics/AI

Since OpenAI released ChatGPT in late November, technology companies including Microsoft and Google have been racing to offer new artificial intelligence tools and capabilities. But where is that race leading?

Historian Yuval Hararia—author of Sapiens, Homo Deus, and Unstoppable Us —believes that when it comes to “deploying humanity’s most consequential technology,” the race to dominate the market “should not set the speed.” Instead, he argues, “We should move at whatever speed enables us to get this right.”

Hararia shared his thoughts Friday in a New York Times op-ed written with Tristan Harris and Aza Raskin, founders of the nonprofit Center for Humane Technology, which aims to align technology with humanity’s best interests. They argue that artificial intelligence threatens the “foundations of our society” if it’s unleashed in an irresponsible way.

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Mar 25, 2023

Time of day matters when it comes to cancer diagnosis and treatment, says metastasis study

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, health

Your circadian rhythm doesn’t just govern your sleeping schedule; it can also impact cancer development, diagnosis, and treatment. In a review paper published in the journal Trends in Cell Biology, researchers discuss the role of circadian rhythms in tumor progression and spread and describe how we could better time when patients are tested for cancer and when they receive therapies to improve diagnostic accuracy and improve treatment success.

“The circadian rhythm governs most of the cellular functions implicated in cancer progression, and therefore its exploitation opens new promising directions in the fight against metastasis,” write the authors, molecular oncologists Zoi Diamantopoulou, Ana Gvozdenovic, and Nicola Aceto from the ETH Zurich in Switzerland.

Our circadian rhythms help our bodies synchronize different tasks throughout the day, including gene expression, immune function, and cell repair. We’ve long known that chronically disrupted circadian rhythms—as a result of erratic sleep patterns, jet lag, or , for example—can predispose us to a number of health issues, including cancer. More recent work has shown that circadian rhythms are not only involved in tumor onset, but also govern and metastasis, the colonization of secondary sites within the body.

Mar 25, 2023

What If Humanity Were an Omega Civilization? | Unveiled

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Mar 25, 2023

“Godfather of artificial intelligence” weighs in on the past and potential of AI

Posted by in categories: government, robotics/AI

Hinton, who works with Google and mentors AI’s rising stars, started looking at artificial intelligence over 40 years ago, when it seemed like something out of a science fiction story. Hinton moved to Toronto, Canada, where the government agreed to fund his research.

“I was kind of weird because I did this stuff everyone else thought was nonsense,” Hinton told CBS News.

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Mar 25, 2023

Grimes said she got a brain gadget for her birthday from a company competing with Elon Musk’s Neuralink

Posted by in categories: computing, Elon Musk, mathematics, media & arts, neuroscience, sustainability

Neurosity’s headset uses electroencephalogram technology, or EEG, to measure brain activity by placing small metal electrodes on a person’s scalp. If the electrodes detect decreased electrical activity in the brain, the Crown plays music and sounds, or pulses vibrations, hoping those actions will help the user focus.

But some developers, it seems, have taken Neurosity’s tech a step further, turning the Crown into a more traditional brain computer interface that can allow users to control a computer using only their mind.

One owner of the gadget claimed they’ve used it to drive a Tesla, moving the electric car short distances by doing some mental math, which signals to the device that the person wearing it is exerting a lot of cognitive effort.

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Mar 25, 2023

Carbon Nanotubes for Digital Logic

Posted by in categories: computing, nanotechnology

Speaker: George Tulevski, materials science engineer at IBM Research.

The exceptional electronic properties of carbon nanotubes, coupled with their small size, makes them ideal materials for future nanoelectronic devices. The integration of these materials into advanced microprocessors requires a radical shift in fabrication from conventional top-down process to bottom-up assembly where advances in sorting and directed assembly are needed. This presentation will briefly describe the challenges to future transistor scaling, highlight the advantages of employing carbon nanotubes for digital logic and describe the recent progress in this area.

Mar 25, 2023

Carbon nanotube transistors outperform silicon for first time ever

Posted by in categories: computing, mobile phones, nanotechnology

In a world first, a team of University of Wisconsin-Madison materials engineers have created carbon nanotube transistors that outperform state-of-the-art silicon transistors.

A big milestone for nanotechnology, this breakthrough could enable longer battery life, faster wireless communication and faster processing speeds for devices like smartphones and laptops.

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