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Dec 10, 2023

EU makes history with world’s first AI regulation agreement

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In a landmark move with far-reaching implications, the European Union has reached a historic agreement on the world’s first comprehensive artificial intelligence (AI) regulation. This ambitious legislation, dubbed the “AI Act,” paves the way for ethical and responsible AI development while minimizing the potential risks of this transformative technology.

AI Act

The EU was ahead of the game when it released its initial AI rulebook in 2021, but the rise of generative AI caused officials to update their proposal.

Dec 10, 2023

Miracle at 17,300 feet: Pilot survives being sucked out of plane for 20 minutes

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In the world of aviation, safety is paramount. Yet, even with the most stringent regulations and meticulous maintenance, unforeseen circumstances can arise, pushing the boundaries of human courage and resilience. The story of British Airways flight BA5390, which took place on June 10, 1990, is a testament to this.

It’s a tale of chaos, quick thinking, and extraordinary bravery, culminating in a miraculous survival against all odds.

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Dec 10, 2023

Google’s Gemini AI is already closing in on Microsoft-backed ChatGPT

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Has the search engine behemoth shut down chatter on ‘Where is Google on AI?’

Alphabet shares ended 5.3% higher as Wall Street cheered the launch of Gemini, saying its new AI model could narrow the gap Microsoft-backed OpenAI race.

Dec 10, 2023

This new robotic catheter will make your heart surgeries safer

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This robotic catheter can be large and small, rigid and maneuverable.

Researchers at Boston University developed a robotic catheter with shape-shifting abilities for safer, less invasive cardiac surgeries.

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Dec 10, 2023

New DNA nanobots can replicate themselves using UV light

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, nanotechnology

An international team of scientists has collaborated to develop a new DNA-based nanobot that can self-replicate indefinitely under the right conditions.

A new study has been published showcasing a new DNA-based nanobot that could open the door to producing life-saving drugs in the human body.

Dec 10, 2023

Rigetti Launches Novera QPU, the Company’s First Commercially Available QPU

Posted by in categories: computing, quantum physics

Rigetti announced the launch of its Novera™ QPU — a 9-qubit quantum processing unit.

Rigetti Computing announced the launch and sale of the company’s Novera™ QPU, a 9-qubit quantum processing unit.

Dec 10, 2023

Gene editing gone wrong: Scientists accidentally create angry hamsters

Posted by in categories: bioengineering, biotech/medical, genetics

A team of scientists used gene editing to create what they thought would be a calmer rodent. Instead, the gene-edited rodents were angrier.

Dec 10, 2023

Is AI the Future of Breast Cancer Detection? — with Dr Tasha

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

Today, I am going to talk about how AI is already making a significant impact in the realm of breast cancer diagnosis, particularly in the critical task of r…

Dec 10, 2023

Jensen Huang of Nvidia on the Future of A.I. | DealBook Summit 2023

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Jensen Huang, the C.E.O. of Nvidia, the world’s leading maker of chips for artificial intelligence, discusses rising competition in the industry and why he e…

Dec 10, 2023

How Will We Know When AI is Conscious?

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Siri, write this down immediately. A movie where robots are performing reverse-Turing tests on humans to see if we’re smart enough to be considered sentient…

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