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May 28, 2023

This AI Startup Aims To Predict Heart Failure Before It Happens

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, health, mobile phones, robotics/AI

Israeli-based health tech company Cordio has developed machine learning software that can be downloaded to a smartphone and help keeps cardiac patients out of the hospital.

One day in the future.

It’s a simple daily habit that could save their life, because one day after repeating their daily refrain, their doctor might be notified that a patient is at risk of heart failure without immediate care.

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May 28, 2023

Sam Altman shares his optimistic view of our AI future

Posted by in categories: futurism, robotics/AI

OpenAI’s CEO Sam Altman has been touring Europe for the past few days, meeting head of governments and startup communities to talk about AI regulation, ChatGPT and beyond. In his latest on-stage appearance at Station F in Paris, Altman answered questions from local entrepreneurs and shared his views about artificial intelligence.

A few days ago, Altman met with Emmanuel Macron. Station F director Roxanne Varza first asked him about the content of the conversation. As expected, the discussion mostly revolved around regulation. “It was great, we talked about how to get the balance right between protection with this technology and letting it flourish,” Altman said.

He then explained why he’s been traveling from one country to another at a frenetic pace. “The reason for doing this trip is to get out of the Bay Area tech bubble,” he said.

May 28, 2023

This two-wheeled robot is Switzerland’s latest security guard

Posted by in categories: robotics/AI, security

Security guards are extremely useful, some would say necessary. But they can be quite expensive and there simply aren’t enough of them to put them everywhere they need to be.

In Europe, people living in Switzerland have been privy to witnessing a patrol bot, developed by a robotics start-up from ETH Zurich called Ascento, that could soon take the place of human security guards. The machine has thus far been successfully acting as a guard for Swiss security firm Securitas AG.

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May 28, 2023

Genes point to how some bacteria can gobble up electricity

Posted by in category: biological

Year 2021 😗

A new study shows how some microbes absorb and release electrons — a trait that may point to new fuels or ways to store energy.

May 28, 2023

Plants communicate distress using their own kind of nervous system

Posted by in category: futurism


Model mustard plant uses the same signals as animals to relay distress.

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May 28, 2023

Hypersonic hydrogen-powered jet cuts trip from US to Australia to four hours

Posted by in category: futurism


A COMPANY has developed a hypersonic hydron-powered passenger jet that could reduce flight time from America to Australia to just under four hours.

The European startup Destinus has been testing a prototype for several years and completed a successful test flight of a prototype at the end of 2022.

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May 28, 2023

Hyundai and LG partner to build a $4.3 billion-EV battery plant in US

Posted by in categories: sustainability, transportation


With an investment of $4.3 billion, this joint venture (JV) aims to meet the soaring demand for electric vehicles and further solidify the position of both companies in the global EV market. Both LGES and Hyundai Motor Group will each hold a 50 percent stake.

May 28, 2023

Apple’s Key Decision-Makers Behind the New Mixed-Reality Headset

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May 28, 2023

Physicists engineer an atom laser that can stay on forever

Posted by in categories: particle physics, quantum physics

Quantum mechanics dictates that particles like atoms should also be thought of as waves and that technically we can build ‘atom lasers’ containing coherent waves of matter. The problem comes in making these matter waves last, so that they may be used in practical applications.

Now, a team of Amsterdam physicists has shown that this is indeed possible with some manipulation of the concept that underlies the atom laser, the so-called Bose-Einstein Condensate, or BEC for short, according to a press release published on June 10.

May 28, 2023

Google AI-powered Search is rolling out — 3 things to expect and how to sign up

Posted by in categories: internet, robotics/AI

Google, the internet-spanning librarian of all of digital time and space, is expanding access to its new generative AI experience for Search — and you could be among the lucky few to try out this new feature in just a few clicks.

The generative AI experience for Search was unveiled at Google I/O and seeks to provide Googlers with a speedier, more natural approach to finding the information they want online — similar to the offerings of Microsoft’s Bing Chat. One key difference between the two being people actually use Google Search.

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