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Jan 28, 2023

Rejuvenation Olympics

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, genetics, information science, life extension

Epigenetic Leaderboard The Rejuvenation Olympics – where you win by never crossing the finish line See How You Rank Top 15 largest age reversals validated by phenotypically trained epigenetic methylation algorithms Rank Name % Improved From Baseline Chronological Age Baseline PACE PACE Of Aging Now (Mean Of 3 Tests) Managing Doctor 1 Bryan […].

Jan 28, 2023

Amazing New Google AI Learns Millions of Tasks In Minutes w/o Training + Reinforcement Learning

Posted by in categories: innovation, robotics/AI

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Breakthrough Google DeepMind Adaptive AI agents, known as AdA, are able to learning millions of tasks within minutes each with reinforcement learning, matching the speed and ability of a skilled human gamer, all without using training data. A New InstructPix2Pix text to image artificial intelligence can do photo editing with simple text instructions. A new dataset called OMMO enables novel view synthesis, surface reconstruction, and multi-modal NeRF.

AI News Timestamps:
0:00 New Google DeepMind Reinforcement Learning AI
3:11 New InstructPix2Pix Artificial Intelligence.
6:29 OMMO NeRF View Synthesis.

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Jan 28, 2023

AI Influencers From the Post-ChatGPT Era

Posted by in category: robotics/AI

A new stage in the history of AI marked by the emergence of a new type of hype.

Jan 28, 2023

How will Google solve its AI conundrum?

Posted by in categories: military, robotics/AI

Microsoft made a multibillion dollar investment in OpenAI, the creator of ChatGPT, reigniting an old rivalry with Google. The move also set off an “AI arms race” that puts Google at risk. FT explains.

Jan 27, 2023

What is steel scrap and how can it help us reach net zero?

Posted by in category: futurism

Recycled steel scrap is a low-emitting source of the metal – but we must improve how it is collected and produced in order to help decarbonize the steel industry.

Jan 27, 2023

🧬 The Age of A.I., Longevity and Biotech

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, life extension, robotics/AI

The 2020s are the nascent era of Drug discovery sped up by machine learning.

Jan 27, 2023

Even simple motions make ripples across brain, study finds

Posted by in category: neuroscience

Even a simple movement like pushing a button sends ripples of activity throughout networks of neurons spanning across the brain, new University of Oregon research shows.

The finding highlights just how complex the is, challenging the simplified textbook picture of distinct areas dedicated to specific functions.

“It’s really well known that that the primary motor cortex controls output,” said Alex Rockhill, a graduate student in the lab of human physiology professor Nicki Swann. “But there’s a lot more to movement than this one brain area.”

Jan 27, 2023

AI’s Future: The Role of Prompt Engineering

Posted by in categories: internet, robotics/AI

“The future of AI is much bigger than anyone realizes — not just in terms of technology, but in its impact on society as a whole.” — Mark Zuckerberg

Prompt engineering is a process of crafting optimized input texts (prompts) to generate accurate results from the artificial intelligence model. By the launch of ChatGPT, prompt engineering is the booming term in internet. Actually what is its deep meaning and is it be the future of AI. Prompt engineering is a relatively new field that focuses on the design and development of systems that can generate human-like prompts, such as text, speech, and images. These prompts can be used to interact with users in a more natural and intuitive way, making it easier for them to understand and use AI-powered systems.

By the advance of artificial intelligence models like ChatGPT, midjourney and stable diffusion which are enriched with high potential people are confused how to use it and what are the optimized prompts that could be used to extract the full potential of these models. One key aspect of prompt engineering is data preprocessing and preparation. This includes cleaning, normalizing, and formatting the data used to train the model, so that it is in the right format and of high quality.

Jan 27, 2023

After Google Docs, hackers turn to Microsoft OneNote to target users with malware

Posted by in categories: cybercrime/malcode, finance

Cyber attackers around the world are looking at alternate file attachment types to trap users with phishing and malware attacks, according to a report by Bleeping Computer. The alternate attachment types come in the form of online, open-source file attachments, and the latest type that has now been spotted includes Microsoft OneNote files. According to the report, hackers are exploiting OneNote attachments in emails to trick users into downloading malware.

The report stated that hackers switched to OneNote, Microsoft’s online note-taking alternative to Word, after the company disabled ‘macros’ by default in email attachments. The latter, which refer to code snippets that execute a command upon a user opening the email attachment, were long since used by attackers to get users to download malware attachments.

By using macros, hackers would store malware within Microsoft Word or Excel documents. Once a user opened the attachment, the malware would get triggered automatically. These malware, in turn, could be used for a wide range of attacks — including remote code execution, botnets, financial or identity theft, or even spyware.

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Jan 27, 2023

Where Is Tech Going in 2023?

Posted by in categories: business, robotics/AI, security

A group of McKinsey’s technology practice leaders have taken a look at what 2023 might hold, and offer a few new year’s tech resolutions to consider: 1) Look for combinatorial trends, in which the sum impact of new technologies create new opportunities. 2) Prep boards for tipping point technologies. 3) Relieve the bureaucratic burden on your engineers to increase their productivity. 4) Look for new opportunities in the cloud. 5) Take advantage of how the cloud is changing security. 6) Take advantage of decentralized AI capabilities — and what this technology might mean for your business model.

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Six trends that will define the next year, according to McKinsey experts.

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