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Jun 8, 2023

Here’s Where Air Quality Will Worsen As New York, Philadelphia And Toronto Are Blanketed In Wildfire Smoke

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The haze of smoke from Canadian wildfires that smothered New York and New England in dark clouds Tuesday night is expected to linger throughout the week, and intensify in some areas as officials urge residents to stay inside and schools cancel outdoor activity amid “unhealthy” and “hazardous” air-quality levels.

New York City

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Jun 8, 2023

How AI is Helping Us Break Free From The 9-to-5 Grind

Posted by in category: robotics/AI

😀 😍 Basically chat gpt 4 is a big disruptive program but the positives outweigh the negatives. For instance we could get our usual work done really fast in seconds instead of hours. Much like the Jetsons chat gpt4 will allow us to be free of the grind of too much labor or work but allow for better lifestyles. Too often mental labor was too hard to do or only for people who were talented enough but now anyone can do any task with chat gpt4 this will create a greater AI gold rush also allow for better start ups to achieve what was once only for the few.

Explore the transformative impact of AI in reshaping work hours and fostering flexibility for a healthier work-life balance.

Jun 8, 2023

This entrepreneur is blending technology and art to champion the tech world

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Tobi Alaji grew up as an artist who loved designing and creating new things. Today, she has merged her love for art and skill in software development to build the tech empire, ‘TECHTEE’ which she runs. TechTee is a digital agency and software house that creates an all-around digital experience by combining the best software with the most intriguing customer-centered designs.

TechTee is one of the world’s first Black-owned and woman-founded digital agency according to nftnow. The company boasts of collaborations with famous companies like Deutsche Bank, La Perla, NBC, M&S, and Apple, among others.

In an interview with Business Leader, she shared that she never wanted to own a business growing up because she never understood what it entailed. However, when she was 17, Tobi taught herself Java from a software development book she picked in the Shepherds Bush Library. Since then, she continued to teach herself and practice coding.

Jun 8, 2023

Researchers detect elusive planets with CHEOPS

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With the help of the CHEOPS space telescope an international team of European astronomers managed to clearly identify the existence of four new exoplanets. The four mini-Neptunes are smaller and cooler, and more difficult to find than the so-called Hot Jupiter exoplanets which have been found in abundance. Two of the four resulting papers are led by researchers from the University of Bern and the University of Geneva who are also members of the National Centre of Competence in Research (NCCR) PlanetS.

CHEOPS is a joint mission by the European Space Agency (ESA) and Switzerland, under the leadership of the University of Bern in collaboration with the University of Geneva. Since its launch in December 2019, the extremely precise measurements of CHEOPS have contributed to several key discoveries in the field of exoplanets.

NCCR PlanetS members Dr. Solène Ulmer-Moll of the Universities of Bern and Geneva, and Dr. Hugh Osborn of the University of Bern, exploited the unique synergy of CHEOPS and the NASA satellite TESS, in order to detect a series of elusive exoplanets. The planets, called TOI 5,678 b and HIP 9,618 c respectively, are the size of Neptune or slightly smaller with 4.9 and 3.4 Earth radii.

Jun 8, 2023

Crops grown without sunlight could help feed astronauts bound for Mars

Posted by in categories: food, space

Plants modified to grow in the dark could also provide fresh produce in extreme environments on Earth.

Jun 8, 2023

Scientists discover “elixir of life” that slows aging

Posted by in categories: food, life extension

A common nutrient found in everyday foods might be the key to a long and healthy life, according to researchers from Columbia University.

The nutrient in question is taurine, a naturally occurring amino acid with a range of essential roles around the body.

Not only does the concentration of this nutrient in our bodies decrease as we age, but supplementation can increase lifespan by up to 12 percent in different species.

Jun 8, 2023

Tim Cook has been telling us AR is the future for years

Posted by in categories: augmented reality, mobile phones

September 2021: In an interview with tech YouTuber iJustine, Cook said that he was AR’s number one fan and reiterated his hopes for it as a collaboration tool.

I am so excited about AR. I think AR is one of these very few profound technologies that we will look back on one day and went, how did we live our lives without it? And so right now you can experience it in thousands of ways using your iPad or your iPhone, but of course, those will get better and better over time.

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Jun 8, 2023

What industries will feel the most impact from artificial intelligence? | ABC News

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, employment, robotics/AI

Research has found, while AI could lead to the creation of 69 million new jobs worldwide, it could also result in the loss of 83 million existing jobs.

Alex Jenkin from the WA Data Science Innovation Hub says it’s more likely people will be replaced by someone who can use AI tools like ChatGPT, rather than artificial intelligence itself.

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Jun 8, 2023

“It’s a Black hole!” James Webb Telescope Discovers 45,000+ Galaxies at the Edge of the Universe!

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“The Universe Came From a Black Hole” String Theory Founder Reveals James Webb Telescope’s New Image. Deep within dense star clusters, something extraordinary dwells: Stars. But these, are no ordinary stars, but colossal celestial beings, known as supermassive stars. And now, their existence has been unveiled by the piercing gaze of the James Webb Space Telescope.

According to the standard model of cosmology, after the universe came out of the big bang, it took between 500 million to 1 billion years for the first stars to form. That however, is changing.

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Jun 8, 2023

Olaf Stapledon’s Cosmology of Peace

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In his science fiction classic Star Maker, he imagines a way to overcome fascism on a galactic scale.

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