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Mar 20, 2023

Dr. Emily Osborne Ph.D. — Research Scientist — Ocean Chemistry and Ecosystems Division — NOAA/AOML

Posted by in categories: biological, chemistry, climatology, health, robotics/AI

Studying Our Ocean’s History To Understanding Its Future — Dr. Emily Osborne, PhD, Ocean Chemistry & Ecosystems Division, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)

Dr Emily Osborne, Ph.D. ( is a Research Scientist, in the Ocean Chemistry and Ecosystems Division, at the Atlantic Oceanographic and Meteorological Laboratory.

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Mar 20, 2023

GPT4 Can Replace Jobs

Posted by in categories: education, employment, robotics/AI, transportation

😗 I am actually pretty happy about this because full automation will simply life rather than needing as much education the AI can do most of the work much like the star trek computer. Full automation will allow for more freedom even from common tasks allowing the AI to most of the thinking and tasks.

A senior developer tested GPT4 for programming. GPT4 gave the Terraform script code for a single instance of the Fargate API. GPT4 knows that the code will not scale to 10,000 requests per second. It then describes how to create an auto-scaling group and make the modifications to scale the code with AWS and configure the application load balancer.

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Mar 20, 2023

AI Develops Cancer Drug in 30 Days, Predicts Life Expectancy with 80% Accuracy

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

AI technologies invented by scientists at the University of British Columbia and B.C. Cancer has succeeded in discovering a previously-unknown treatment pathway for an aggressive form of liver cancer, designing a new drug to treat it in the process.

The team also deployed AI to determine a patient’s life expectancy, by having it analyze doctors’ notes. The AI reportedly has an 80 percent accuracy rate in its predictions.

The medical advances came about thanks to AlphaFold, a protein structure database featuring AI analysis that can design potential medicines. The team’s work focused on hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC), which is a common and aggressive form of liver cancer.

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Mar 20, 2023

Musk sets automatic poop emoji response for all Twitter press requests

Posted by in category: Elon Musk

Twitter CEO Elon Musk has set an automatic poop emoji for all press requests.

Musk is an advocate of free speech but since Twitter requires some moderation in the modern age this has given rise to issues surrounding censorship.

The mass layoffs during Musk’s tenure, which have drawn criticism, included staff members working in communications, leading to worries about the company’s approach to speaking with the press.

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Mar 20, 2023

ChatGPT stopped working for users worldwide

Posted by in category: robotics/AI

“I feel like a child who lost a parent in a shopping mall; please give me back my precious ChatGPT,” said one user.

ChatGPT, a viral chatbot from OpenAI, stopped working Monday (20 March), with user complaints pouring in around 4:09 AM EDT (8:09 AM GMT), according to Downdetector, a website that tracks outages.

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Mar 20, 2023

The universe has a Hubble constant problem

Posted by in categories: cosmology, futurism

Differences in the way that the Hubble constant—which measures the rate of cosmic expansion—are measured have profound implications for the future of cosmology.

Mar 20, 2023

New Ultralight Material Is Tougher than Steel and Kevlar

Posted by in categories: nanotechnology, particle physics

A joint research project’s findings have just been published in the journal Nature Materials from engineers from MIT, Caltech, and ETH Zurich that has yielded a “nano-architectured” material that could prove stronger than Kevlar and steel. This material, once scaled, could provide a means of developed lightweight, protective coverings, blast shields, and other impact-resistance materials and armors for various industries.

The material is less than a width of a human hair, but still able to prevent the tiny, high-speed particles from penetrating it. According to the researchers behind the project, when compared with steel Kevlar, aluminum rother impact-resistant materials of comparable weight, the new nanotech armor outperforms them all.

Mar 20, 2023

Electroactive bacterium generates well-defined nanosized metal catalysts with remarkable water-splitting performance

Posted by in categories: biological, chemistry, nanotechnology, particle physics, sustainability

A biological method that produces metal nanoclusters using the electroactive bacterium Geobacter sulfurreducens could provide a cheap and sustainable solution to high-performance catalyst synthesis for various applications such as water splitting.

Metal nanoclusters contain fewer than one hundred atoms and are much smaller than nanoparticles. They have unique electronic properties but also feature numerous active sites available for catalysis on their surface. There are several synthetic methods for making nanoclusters, but most require multiple steps involving and harsh temperature and pressure conditions.

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Mar 20, 2023

How AI could upend the world even more than electricity or the internet

Posted by in categories: employment, internet, robotics/AI

The rise of artificial general intelligence — now seen as inevitable in Silicon Valley — will bring change that is “orders of magnitude” greater than anything the world has yet seen, observers say. But are we ready?

AGI — defined as artificial intelligence with human cognitive abilities, as opposed to more narrow artificial intelligence, such as the headline-grabbing ChatGPT — could free people from menial tasks and usher in a new era of creativity.

But such a historic paradigm shift could also threaten jobs and raise insurmountable social issues, experts warn.

Mar 20, 2023

A Cognitive Revolution in Animal Research

Posted by in category: neuroscience

Animal ‘personalities’ are forcing scientists to rethink basic research.

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