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Nov 27, 2022

Microsoft Uses Transfer Learning to Train Autonomous Drones

Posted by in categories: drones, robotics/AI

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The model is able to transfer knowledge between a simulated environment and real-world settings.

Nov 27, 2022

Super Intelligent A.I. is Neither Necessary nor Desirable

Posted by in category: robotics/AI

A.I. Risk and the dangers of the cult of AGI.

Nov 27, 2022

Researchers are building robots that can build themselves

Posted by in categories: particle physics, robotics/AI

Researchers at MIT’s Center for Bits and Atoms are working on an ambitious project, designing robots that effectively self-assemble. The team admits that the goal of an autonomous self-building robot is still “years away,” but the work has thus far demonstrated positive results.

At the system’s center are voxels (a term borrowed from computer graphics), which carry power and data that can be shared between pieces. The pieces form the foundation of the robot, grabbing and attaching additional voxels before moving across the grid for further assembly.

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Nov 27, 2022

Robotics Breakthrough Builds Anything

Posted by in categories: information science, robotics/AI, transportation

MIT researchers have devised an algorithm using voxels robotics devices to build anything from houses to planes to cars and even other robots by using a grid system that transfers knowledge to determine when to build what, and when to build other robot builders. New Google Deepmind video game artificial intelligence develops agents that can talk, listen, ask questions, navigate, search and retrieve information, control things, and do a range of other intelligent tasks in real-time. New Non-invasive brain computer interface device transmits information through optic nerve to compete with Neuralink BCI.

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0:00 Robotics Breakthrough Builds Anything — Even Robots.
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Nov 27, 2022

Identity in the metaverse: Creating a global identity system

Posted by in category: futurism

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With the advent of the metaverse, the need for a global identity system has become apparent. There are many different ways to create an identity in the metaverse, but no single system is universally accepted.

The challenge is usually two-fold: first, how to create an identity that is accepted by all the different platforms and services in the metaverse, and second, how to keep track of all the different identities a person may have.

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Nov 27, 2022

2001: A Space Odyssey

Posted by in categories: computing, media & arts, space travel

http://www.hbomax.com Stanley Kubrick redefined the limits of filmmaking in his classic science fiction masterpiece, a contemplation on the nature of humanity, 2001: A Space Odyssey. Stone Age Earth: In the presence of a mysterious black obelisk, pre-humans discover the use of tools—and weapons—violently taking first steps toward intelligence. 1999: On Earth’s moon astronauts uncover another mysterious black obelisk. 2001: Between Earth and Jupiter, the spacecraft’s intelligent computer makes a mistake that kills most of the human crew—then continues to kill to hide its error. Beyond Time: The sole survivor of the journey to Jupiter ascends to the next level of humanity.

Nov 27, 2022

The REAL Possibility of Mapping Alien Planets!

Posted by in categories: mapping, physics, space

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Nov 27, 2022

How Will AI And 5G Power the Next Wave Of Innovation?

Posted by in categories: internet, robotics/AI

The combined force of these disruptive technologies (AI and 5G) enables fast, secure, and ubiquitous connectivity of cost-efficient smart networks and IoT (Internet-of-Things) devices. This convergence point is essential to concepts like intelligent wireless edge.

5G and AI, the connected digital edge

Artificial intelligence and 5G are the two most critical elements that would empower futuristic innovations. These cutting-edge technologies are inherently synergistic. The rapid advancements of AI significantly improve the entire 5G ecosystem, its performance, and efficiency. Besides, 5G-connected devices’ proliferation helps drive unparalleled intelligence and new improvements in AI-based learning and inference. Moreover, the transformation of the connected, intelligent edge has commenced as on-device intelligence has garnered phenomenal traction. This transformation is critical to leveraging the full potential of 5G’s future. With these prospects, these technologies hold enough potential to transform every industry. Here’s how the combination of AI and 5G has been reshaping industries.

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Nov 27, 2022

This Hydrogen-Powered Carcopter Is A Real-Life Star Wars Podracer

Posted by in categories: sustainability, transportation

Now, there’s another flying race car concept in the game. French startup Maca Flight revealed a new hydrogen-powered flying race car concept at the 2022 CES and it’s remarkably similar to the podracers in the Star Wars universe.

A green flying race car concept

Called a carcopter, a portmanteau of the words car and helicopter, Maca S11 is designed for speed and sustainability. And unlike others in its class, it’s powered by a hydrogen fuel cell instead of a conventional battery. The company states that the eVTOL is priced at just over $900,000 and that it will be ready to hit the racetrack in 2023.

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Nov 27, 2022

Epigenetic Test #3: What’s My Biological Age?

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, genetics, life extension

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