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Aug 4, 2019

Founders: A wonderful news on the creation of an organisation, Academy for Health and Lifespan Research, founded by the giants in aging and healthy life extension research: …

Posted by in categories: innovation, life extension

Inaugural Academy for Health and Lifespan Research (AHLR) …towards achieving the goal of not just accelerating longevity research, but making sure that its implications are accessible to all…”

The Academy is comprised of an elite group of world-renowned researchers, scientists and clinicians, all united toward making breakthroughs in longevity both accelerated & accessible.

Aug 4, 2019

SpaceShipTwo Wings Systems Installation

Posted by in category: space travel

What’s the latest with the next spaceship we’re building for Virgin Galactic? The wing structure is complete! Watch as we made preparations to install landing gear, RCS systems, flight controls and pneumatic tubing which powers the feathering system

Aug 4, 2019

Alternate Endings: Six New Ways to Die in America (2019) | Official Trailer | HBO

Posted by in category: futurism

Directed and produced by Perri Peltz and Matthew O’Neill (HBO’s Axios), Alternate Endings: Six New Ways to Die in America offers a fascinating look at the varied ways Americans are choosing to both find meaning and celebrate life as it comes to an end.

Alternate Endings: Six New Ways to Die in America premieres August 14 at 8 PM on HBO. #HBO #HBODocs #AlternateEndings

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Aug 4, 2019

7 Chinese tech giants that are poised to be global power players

Posted by in categories: internet, quantum physics, robotics/AI

China has declared its ambition to dominate the technology sector from 5G and artificial intelligence to robotics and quantum computing. Joining the infrastructure firms on this year’s list are technology firms such as Alibaba,, Tencent, Xiaomi, and BOE. Huawei was not included as it is a private entity.

China’s ambition to dominate the technology sector from 5G and artificial intelligence to robotics and quantum computing is bearing fruit.

Aug 4, 2019

MTOR as a central regulator of lifespan and aging

Posted by in category: life extension

Read the latest article version by David Papadopoli, Karine Boulay, Lawrence Kazak, Michael Pollak, Frédérick A. Mallette, Ivan Topisirovic, Laura Hulea, at F1000Research.

Aug 3, 2019

Sleep hacking: How to control your mitochondrial clocks

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, life extension, neuroscience

Quality sleep is foundational to good health — and a key strategy for anti-aging. In this video, best-selling wellness author Dave Asprey explains how you can hack your sleep and, in doing so, stave off diabetes, cancer, and even Alzheimer’s.

Aug 3, 2019

CHIPSA Scientific Forum Brings Legitimacy To “Alternative Medicine“

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, genetics

It’s not everyday that you see some of the worlds leading cancer scientists attending a scientific forum put on by a hospital from Mexico. But CHIPSA hospital isn’t your average hospital and the scientists showed presenting their research, much of which they are working on with CHIPSA.

Take for instance Dr. Franco Marincola. The fa med former chief of immunogenetics for the NIH, editor of 9 peer reviewed publications and co-author of the textbook mosts oncologists use for immunotherapy reference. Dr. Marincola joined the CHIPSA Scientific advisory board in June and speaks highly of their work and passion for translational science.

Or Dr. Vijay Mahant, who did his post doctorate at MD Anderson in 1985 and invented the prostate cancer test that is widely used today. He also co-founded auto-genomics a leading liquid biopsy company that is studying diagnosing cancer through the blood.

Aug 3, 2019

What Would Our Solar System Be Like Without Jupiter?

Posted by in category: space

Is Jupiter the reason for life on Earth?

Aug 3, 2019

Beginning on September 26 Photo

Posted by in category: terrorism

1950, the crew of a U.S. Navy minesweeper ship spent six days spraying Serratia marcescens and Bacillus globigii into the air about two miles off the northern California coast. The project was called €œOperation Sea Spray, € and its aim was to determine the susceptibility of a big city like San Francisco to a bioweapon attack by terrorists.…d-45rvMGkQ

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Aug 3, 2019

How to Hack a Face: From Facial Recognition to Facial Recreation

Posted by in categories: cybercrime/malcode, information science, mobile phones, privacy, robotics/AI, surveillance

Given that going viral on the Internet is often cyclical, it should come as no surprise that an app that made its debut in 2017 has once again surged in popularity. FaceApp applies various transformations to the image of any face, but the option that ages facial features has been especially popular. However, the fun has been accompanied by controversy; since biometric systems are replacing access passwords, is it wise to freely offer up our image and our personal data? The truth is that today the face is ceasing to be as non-transferable as it used to be, and in just a few years it could be more hackable than the password of a lifetime.

Our countenance is the most recognisable key to social relationships. We might have doubts when hearing a voice on the phone, but never when looking at the face of a familiar person. In the 1960s, a handful of pioneering researchers began training computers to recognise human faces, although it was not until the 1990s that this technology really began to take off. Facial recognition algorithms have improved to such an extent that since 1993 their error rate has been halved every two years. When it comes to recognising unfamiliar faces in laboratory experiments, today’s systems outperform human capabilities.

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