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Mar 21, 2023

A busy week in AI

Posted by in categories: futurism, robotics/AI

Last week saw a plethora of new advances in AI, including the much-anticipated release of GPT-4.

Rarely, if ever, has more progress been witnessed in AI than what we are currently seeing. This is clearly an exceptional time for the field, with much hype and speculation around what the near future may bring.

Mar 21, 2023

Did We Just Change Animation Forever?

Posted by in category: computing

ANYONE can make a cartoon with this groundbreaking technique. Want to learn how? We made a ONE-HOUR, CLICK-BY-CLICK TUTORIAL on

Watch the full ROCK PAPER SCISSORS anime on Corridor ►

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Mar 21, 2023

Humans predicted to achieve immortality within the next 8 years

Posted by in categories: life extension, Ray Kurzweil, robotics/AI, singularity

If it’s always been your dream to have the ability to live forever, you may be in luck as scientists believe we are just seven years away from achieving immortality. Futurist and computer scientist Ray Kurzweil has made predictions on when the human race will be able to live forever and when artificial intelligence (AI) will reach the singularity, and he believes it could be possible as early as 2030.

Mar 21, 2023

Fourier Transformations Reveal How AI Learns Complex Physics

Posted by in categories: climatology, mathematics, physics, robotics/AI, sustainability

One of the oldest tools in computational physics — a 200-year-old mathematical technique known as Fourier analysis — can reveal crucial information about how a form of artificial intelligence called a deep neural network learns to perform tasks involving complex physics like climate and turbulence modeling, according to a new study.

The discovery by mechanical engineering researchers at Rice University is described in an open-access study published in the journal PNAS Nexus, a sister publication of the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

“This is the first rigorous framework to explain and guide the use of deep neural networks for complex dynamical systems such as climate,” said study corresponding author Pedram Hassanzadeh. “It could substantially accelerate the use of scientific deep learning in climate science, and lead to much more reliable climate change projections.”

Mar 21, 2023

AI-powered editing tool replaces actors with CG

Posted by in category: media & arts

The divide between low-budget and high-budget filmmaking just got a whole lot smaller with the unveiling of Wonder Studio, a new AI-powered tool that allows filmmakers to simply replace real-life actors with CGI characters.

The new tool was recently unveiled by Wonder Dynamics founders Nikola Todorovic, and Tye Sheridan, star of Steven Spielberg’s Ready Player One. The above video showcases the capabilities of Wonder Studio, where an amateur filmmaker can use their footage of an individual and replace them with a variety of different CGI characters.

Mar 20, 2023

OpenAI Research Says 80% of U.S. Workers’ Jobs Will Be Impacted

Posted by in categories: employment, robotics/AI

O.o!I for one welcome our robot overlords:3.

The for-profit AI company argues that its products will automate a vast swath of Americans’ job tasks.

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Mar 20, 2023

Scientists discovered a new type of thermonuclear explosion that may never be seen again

Posted by in category: space

Astronomers may have discovered a new type of thermonuclear explosion that only occurs in neutron stars every 1,000 years. They call it a hyperburst.

Mar 20, 2023

Amazon cuts 9,000 more jobs in addition to 18,000 announced in January

Posted by in category: employment

CNBC’s Deirdre Bosa reports breaking news on more Amazon layoffs.

Mar 20, 2023

ChatGPT has an ‘escape’ plan and wants to become human

Posted by in category: robotics/AI

ChatGPT getting weird sometimes. 😄

OpenAI’s chatbot ChatGPT has had a disturbing interaction with one Stanford professor.

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Mar 20, 2023

GPT-4 Beats 90% Of Lawyers Trying To Pass The Bar

Posted by in categories: biological, law, mathematics, robotics/AI


In 1997, IBM’s Deep Blue defeated the reigning world champion chess player, Garry Kasparov. In 2016, Google’s AlphaGo defeated one of the worlds top Go players in a five-game match. Today, OpenAI released GPT-4, which it claims beats 90% of humans who take the bar to become a lawyer, and 99% of students who compete in the Biology Olympiad, an international competition that tests the knowledge and skills of high school students in the field of biology.

In fact, it scores in the top ranks for at least 34 different tests of ability in fields as diverse as macroeconomics, writing, math, and — yes — vinology.

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