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Sep 2, 2018

The Potential of Deep Learning Technology to Transform Health Care

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

In this Viewpoint, Geoffrey Hinton of Google’s Brain Team discusses the basics of neural networks: their underlying data structures, how they can be trained and combined to process complex health data sets, and future prospects for harnessing their unsupervised learning to clinical challenges.

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Sep 2, 2018

Watch this new printer shoot droplets with 100 times Earth’s gravitational force

Posted by in category: futurism

Sound waves rip droplets from a nozzle, “like picking apples from a tree.”

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Sep 2, 2018

Advanced Artificial Intelligence Could Run The World Better Than Humans Ever Could

Posted by in categories: futurism, robotics/AI

Humanity is terrible at planning for the distant future. If we build advanced artificial intelligence, it might save us from ourselves.

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Sep 2, 2018

Singapore has the Best Airport in the World

Posted by in category: transportation

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Singapore’s Changi Airport is the world’s best airport. ✈️.

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Sep 2, 2018

Watch This Robot Spider Come to Life

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

This robot spider could one day be used in medical procedures.

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Sep 2, 2018

Neuralink: How The Human Brain Will Download Directly From a Computer

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

As an immediate application, Neural Lace could potentially help patients suffering from brain injuries and certain illnesses. However, the utimate goal and mission of Neuralink are to successfully merge the human brain with machine, fusing human intelligence with Artificial Intelligence. As a result, this is expected to bring humanity up to a higher level of cognitive reasoning.

Neural Lace: How it works

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Sep 2, 2018

The world’s first lab grown meat restaurant

Posted by in category: food

(not a real restaurant; just an art project)


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Sep 2, 2018

Genetic Engineering Achieves Inter-Species Bacteria Communication

Posted by in categories: bioengineering, genetics

Researchers at the Wyss Institute were successful in engineering different species of bacteria that can talk to each other.

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Sep 2, 2018

This Invention Will Keep Water Running After a Caribbean Hurricane Hits

Posted by in categories: climatology, innovation

Now, another hurricane season is already underway in the Caribbean.

Our research on rainwater harvesting — a low-cost, low-tech way to collect and store rainwater — suggests this technique could be deployed across the Caribbean to improve these communities’ access to water both after storms and in everyday life.

Even before hurricanes Maria and Irma hit last September, some Caribbean islands were unable to provide reliable clean water for drinking and washing to all residents.

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Sep 2, 2018

New pill could see humans live to 150 ‘for the price of a coffee’

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, life extension

An extraordinary new anti-ageing technique could see humans live to 150 years old and allow them to regrow their organs by 2020.

Harvard Professor David Sinclair and researchers from the University of New South Wales developed the new process, which involves reprogramming cells.

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