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Feb 1, 2023

‘Ghostly’ neutrinos provide new path to study protons

Posted by in category: particle physics

Neutrinos are one of the most abundant particles in our universe, but they are notoriously difficult to detect and study: they don’t have an electrical charge and have nearly no mass. They are often referred to as “ghost particles” because they rarely interact with atoms.

But because they are so abundant, they play a large role in helping scientists answer fundamental questions about the universe.

In groundbreaking research described in Nature —led by researchers from the University of Rochester—scientists from the international collaboration MINERvA have, for the first time, used a beam of neutrinos at the Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory, or Fermilab, to investigate the structure of protons.

Feb 1, 2023

GPT Protein Models Speak Fluent Biology

Posted by in categories: biological, robotics/AI

Artificial intelligence has already shaved years off research into protein engineering. Now, for the first time, scientists have synthesized proteins predicted by an AI model in the lab, and found them to work just as well as their natural counterparts.

Feb 1, 2023

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Posted by in category: futurism

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Feb 1, 2023

The interior design of our cells

Posted by in category: mathematics

Database of 200,000 cell images yields new mathematical framework to understand our cellular building blocks.

Feb 1, 2023

Our Obsession with AI Continues as ChatGPT Dominates Discussions in Academia and Business

Posted by in categories: bitcoin, business, cryptocurrencies, robotics/AI

AI and large language models like ChatGPT are challenging educators and publishers regarding original content creation and what is plagiarism.


AI is the buzzword that has surpassed cryptocurrency these days. And ChatGPT is the Bitcoin equivalent in the unfolding controversy.

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Feb 1, 2023

Meta’s AI expert: ChatGPT is not revolutionary but ‘nicely done’

Posted by in categories: innovation, robotics/AI

Yann LeCun, Meta’s chief artificial intelligence (AI) scientist shared his thoughts on ChatGPT.

ChatGPT has been making headlines worldwide, but not all are impressed. Yann LeCun, Meta’s chief artificial intelligence (AI) scientist, had some harsh words for the program in an hour-and-a-half talk hosted by the Collective Forecast. This online, interactive discussion series is organized by Collective.

“In terms of underlying techniques, ChatGPT is not particularly innovative,” said LeCun on Zoom last week.

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Feb 1, 2023

AI-powered investment fund beats the market

Posted by in categories: finance, robotics/AI, supercomputing

This is still the beginning of what AI can possibly do.

IBM’s Watson supercomputer is working wonders in an area where OpenAI’s ChatGPT does not have much to offer, the stock market. An exchange-traded fund (ETF) is using the power of artificial intelligence (AI) to balance its portfolio and has done pretty well for itself this year, ETF.


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Feb 1, 2023

New OpenAI tool detects if text is written by ChatGPT or another AI

Posted by in categories: education, robotics/AI

Researchers stress that the classifier is “not fully reliable.”

Two months after OpenAI introduced ChatGPT to the public, students flocked to the AI tool to write their assignments, exams, software codes, and whatnot. This resulted in universities beginning to crack down on the usage of ChatGPT. A few science journals even banned the use of the chatbot in their journals.

In what sounds like a solution, OpenAI themselves have released a tool designed to detect if the text has been written by artificial intelligence. In a blog post on Tuesday, OpenAI elaborated on the tool that has been trained to figure out if the text is written by a human or generated by AI, including ChatGPT.

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Feb 1, 2023

AI-powered language model generates functional protein sequences

Posted by in categories: biological, robotics/AI

The first time a language model was used to synthesize human proteins.

Of late, AI models are really flexing their muscles. We have recently seen how ChatGPT has become a poster child for platforms that comprehend human languages. Now a team of researchers has tested a language model to create amino acid sequences, showcasing abilities to replicate human biology and evolution.

The language model, which is named ProGen, is capable of generating protein sequences with a certain degree of control. The result was achieved by training the model to learn the composition of proteins. The experiment marks the first time a language model was used to synthesize human proteins.

Feb 1, 2023

YouTuber MrBeast helps cure blindness in 1,000 people — here’s how

Posted by in category: biotech/medical

The YouTuber has received nearly 70 million views for his video.

MrBeast, the popular YouTuber, has helped 1,000 people see again by offering them free surgery. A trained surgeon completed the procedure, and the joy of those who underwent surgery knew no bounds. The entire event video was uploaded on Sunday and has so far gathered nearly 70 million views.

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