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Dec 10, 2023

21 Younger Biological Age: Supplements, Diet (Blood Test #7 in 2023)

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Dec 10, 2023

Tesla’s Advanced Technology Driving Automotive Domination

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Tesla’s success and potential for “Total Domination” in the automotive industry is driven by their advanced technology and their ability to revolutionize vehicle production.

Questions to inspire discussion.

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Dec 10, 2023

AI is a litmus test for tech optimism

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An easy way to determine how you really feel about the future.

Dec 10, 2023

A New Biomarker for Response to Checkpoint Inhibitors

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Mismatch repair deficiency is a biomarker for predicting response to cancer immune checkpoint inhibitors. A new study may explain why it can fall short.

Dec 10, 2023

The ‘relatively simple’ reason why these tech experts say AI won’t replace humans any time soon

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In just one year, artificial intelligence has gone from being the stuff of science fiction movies to being used as a tool to help us polish our resumes and plan European getaways.

Although generative AI models may be capable of writing emails and reviewing code, these tech experts don’t see them replacing humans any time soon. Here’s why.

Dec 10, 2023

Microsoft’s Edge Copilot AI can’t really summarize every YouTube video

Posted by in category: robotics/AI

The chatbot’s summarization feature relies on preprocessed video data or existing subtitles and transcripts.

One feature added to Microsoft’s AI Copilot in the Edge browser this week is the ability to generate text summaries of videos.

It leans on text from subtitles and transcriptions.

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Dec 10, 2023

Google’s AI note-taking app is now available to users in the US

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NotebookLM is also getting a feature that transforms your notes into another type of document.

NotebookLM got an upgrade.

Dec 10, 2023

The quiet plan to make the internet feel faster

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Engineers and major companies are pushing a technology called L4S that they say could make the web feel dramatically faster.

L4S could fix a problem that even gigabit connections don’t.

Dec 10, 2023

Space Heater Offers 50% Cash Back On Heating By Training AI In Your Home

Posted by in categories: bitcoin, robotics/AI, space

Most space heaters run electricity through high resistance wires to toast your toes. The Heatbit mini, however, trains large language models, builds AI for large corporations, or mines crypto while it warms up your home. In so doing, it pays its owners up to $28/month while in use.

“What we really do is zero-energy computing,” says CEO Alex Busarov, who I met at Web Summit in Lisbon recently.

Bitcoin mining and AI training—which has increased one million times over the last seven years—together consume more energy than the entire United Kingdom, Busarov says. All of that goes to waste as heat, which then itself often needs to be cooled in a data or compute center, costing yet more energy.

Dec 10, 2023

OpenAI Is Now Unambiguously Profit-Driven, And That’s A Good Thing

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The recent drama at OpenAI, where CEO Sam Altman was briefly dismissed by the board of directors only to be rapidly reinstated, has sparked discussion about the company prioritizing profits over its original nonprofit mission.

In fact, no company is purely profit-driven, nor should they be. While profits are paramount to survival in the competitive marketplace, they should always be pursued with a degree of social responsibility. What that means will of course vary from person to person and context to context. Still, profits act like a guardrail that prevents managers of organizations from over-indulging their passions. OpenAI’s strict reversal in recent weeks is a clear-cut example of this.

The embrace of capitalism and the pursuit of profits is not just a pragmatic choice to satisfy investors. It will make OpenAI better at achieving its mission of safe and responsible AI, by curtailing the worst excesses of those with power within the company. In a world where artificial intelligence may hold the key to our future, profit isn’t just good, it’s essential for ensuring progress stays on track and remains ethical.

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