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Feb 3, 2023

Scientists Find the Holy Grail: the Reason Why Lithium-Metal Batteries Fail

Posted by in category: energy

We always knew they’d power the EV revolution… if we ever learned why they short circuit. Mission accomplished.

Feb 3, 2023

Even An AI Is Telling Us We Have Already Missed Making The Paris Climate Agreement 1.5 Celsius Target

Posted by in categories: climatology, mapping, robotics/AI

Hurricane Sandy was an extreme weather event. But a Stanford-Colorado State AI forecasts accelerated warming with a high probability of future Sandys.


An AI neural network studies historical maps and data to accurately predict a rise of 1.1 C by 2022, 1.5 by the mid-2030s, and 2.0 by 2050.

Feb 3, 2023

Restaurants can’t find workers because they’ve found better jobs

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

Robots are coming. And since the workers are already leaving the industry, no one will be harmed and service will be cheaper. Loving it!


Nearly three years since the coronavirus pandemic upended the labor market, restaurants, bars, hotels and casinos remain perpetually short-staffed. But these workers didn’t disappear, they found better jobs.

Feb 3, 2023

Scientists Use Exotic DNA To Help Create “Climate-Proof” Crops

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

The incorporation of exotic DNA

DNA, or deoxyribonucleic acid, is a molecule composed of two long strands of nucleotides that coil around each other to form a double helix. It is the hereditary material in humans and almost all other organisms that carries genetic instructions for development, functioning, growth, and reproduction. Nearly every cell in a person’s body has the same DNA. Most DNA is located in the cell nucleus (where it is called nuclear DNA), but a small amount of DNA can also be found in the mitochondria (where it is called mitochondrial DNA or mtDNA).

Feb 3, 2023

Mapping and modeling human brain networks

Posted by in categories: mapping, neuroscience

Olaf Sporns.
September 15, 2014

Abstract: Recent years have seen a rapid expansion of empirical and theoretical studies in connectomics – the emerging science of structural and functional brain networks. In this talk I will survey some of the recent advances and a few of the challenges for connectomics research, with an emphasis on human brain connectivity. Of particular interest are studies that employ network science methods for analyzing and modeling connectivity patterns. These studies have shown the existence of highly connected hub regions that play crucial roles in brain communication and the integration of information. Future applications of brain modeling and computation for understanding brain function and dysfunction will also be discussed. Overall, the new field of connectomics offers a unique opportunity for building a theoretical understanding of the function of the human brain.

Feb 3, 2023

Technology in 2050

Posted by in category: futurism

How do u think the future technology gonna look like?

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Feb 3, 2023

Google CEO Sundar Pichai says users will be able to interact directly with AI features in its search engine ‘very soon’

Posted by in category: robotics/AI

He really wants to squash the competition.


AI “is the most profound technology” the company is working on, Pichai said. He first mentioned Google’s plans to become “AI-first” several years ago.

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Feb 3, 2023

New Exoplanet With Potential Signs of Life Discovered; Earth-Sized Habitable World Is 31 Light-years Away

Posted by in category: space

A new exoplanet could be the next habitable zone that researchers have been looking for, according to a report.

Earth-Sized New Exoplanet Shows Signs of Life

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Feb 3, 2023

The Schrödinger Equation in its Various Forms

Posted by in categories: information science, quantum physics

Perhaps no equation in quantum physics is as ubiquitous as the Schrödinger equation. In this article we will explain and relate these various forms.

Feb 3, 2023

Leonard Susskind on Wigner’s friend in Copenhagen vs Everett interpretation

Posted by in category: futurism

Copenhagen vs Everett interpretation.

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