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Oct 29, 2016

How Smart Beta ETFs of the Future Will Use AI

Posted by in categories: bioengineering, biological, computing, economics, finance, information science, quantum physics, robotics/AI

Anyone who does not have QC as part of their 5+Yr Roadmap for IT are truly exposing their company as well as shareholders and customers. China, Russia, Cartels, DarkNet, etc. will use the technology to extort victims, destroy companies, economies, and complete countries where folks have not planned, budget, skilled up, and prep for full replacement of their infrastructure and Net access. Not to mention companies who have this infrastructure will provide better services/ CCE to svc. consumers.

In a recent article, we highlighted a smart beta ETF called the “Sprott BUZZ Social Media Insights ETF” that uses artificial intelligence (AI) to select and weight stocks. If we stop and think about that for a moment, that’s a pretty cool use of AI that seems well ahead of its time. Now we’re not saying that you should go out and buy this smart beta ETF right away. It uses social media data. We know that on social media, everyone’s an expert and many of the opinions that are stated are just that, opinions. However some of the signals may be legitimate. Someone who just bought Apple is likely to go on telling everyone how bullish they are on Apple shares. Bullish behavior is often accompanied by bullish rhetoric. And maybe that’s exactly the point, but the extent to which we’re actually using artificial intelligence here is not that meaningful. Simple scripting tools go out and scrape all this public data and then we use natural language processing (NLP) algorithms to determine if the data artifacts have a positive or negative sentiment. That’s not that intelligent, is it? This made us start to think about what it would take to create a truly “intelligent” smart beta ETF.

What is Smart Beta?

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Oct 29, 2016

Scientists Target 2026 As The Year of The First Synthetic Genome

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, futurism

Less than 10 years.

In Brief:

  • A human genome contains 3 billion base pairs, one project is seeking to write a complete human genome, besting current efforts able to produce 1 million pairs.
  • The researchers are looking to the future in hopes that their work will spur even further growth in science and technology.

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Oct 29, 2016

Stanford Scientist: We’ll Have A Century of Medical Advances in the Next Decade

Posted by in category: biotech/medical

Nice!!!! Plus, we must keep in mind advances are accelerating like never before because tech industry is helping us knock out 2 things under each program due to the new usage of synthetic bio in systems and hardware. Example, DNA storage, MSFT’s work in other Synbio is also streamlined to find a cure for diabetes, Google and its own Synbio work is also inherently able to be used to help find a cure for cancer, etc.

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Oct 29, 2016

Video Friday: Russian Android, Swarm User Interface, and Robot Drone Man

Posted by in categories: drones, robotics/AI

Your weekly selection of awesome robot videos.

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Oct 29, 2016

Google, Microsoft, Apple, And the CIA Are Building Machines To Usher in ‘New Age’ Artificial Intelligence

Posted by in category: robotics/AI

Glad folks have realized. However, this has been going on for a while; AI-QC is a different twist on things in the more recent 5 years.

Google, Microsoft, Apple, and the CIA are working on new artificial intelligence technologies, that paint a very 1984 picture of the USA.

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Oct 29, 2016

Mars Medical Challenge Asks Students to Design 3D Printable Items to Keep Astronauts Healthy on Mars

Posted by in categories: 3D printing, biotech/medical, education, engineering, space travel

The team of NASA, the American Society of Mechanical Engineering (ASME), and online educational platform Future Engineers has been a lot of fun to follow over the last year. Their collaborative 3D Printing in Space Challenges have resulted in some amazing, ingenious inventions from children as young as five years old, all aimed at improving the daily lives of astronauts now and in the future, on the International Space Station and, one day, on Mars.


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Oct 29, 2016

First Surgeries Performed with 3D Printed Posterior Spine Truss System

Posted by in category: 3D printing

Curved posterior spine truss system implant.

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Oct 29, 2016

The Nine Billion Names Of God

Posted by in categories: information science, mathematics, particle physics, quantum physics

Quantum theory is strange and counterintuitive, but it’s very precise. Lots of analogies and broad concepts are presented in popular science trying to give an accurate description of quantum behavior, but if you really want to understand how quantum theory (or any other theory) works, you need to look at the mathematical details. It’s only the mathematics that shows us what’s truly going on.

Mathematically, a quantum object is described by a function of complex numbers governed by the Schrödinger equation. This function is known as the wavefunction, and it allows you to determine quantum behavior. The wavefunction represents the state of the system, which tells you the probability of various outcomes to a particular experiment (observation). To find the probability, you simply multiply the wavefunction by its complex conjugate. This is how quantum objects can have wavelike properties (the wavefunction) and particle properties (the probable outcome).

No, wait. Actually a quantum object is described by a mathematical quantity known as a matrix. As Werner Heisenberg showed, each type of quantity you could observe (position, momentum, energy) is represented by a matrix as well (known as an operator). By multiplying the operator and the quantum state matrix in a particular way, you get the probability of a particular outcome. The wavelike behavior is a result of the multiple connections between states within the matrix.

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Oct 29, 2016

FUNCTION FOLLOWS FORM in the Quantum world, with a NEW splitting and pairing massless Black Hole

Posted by in categories: cosmology, quantum physics

Perfect for Halloween — the big Pumpkin Star story.

According to Quantum FFF Theory, stars are formed between dual new physics black holes called Herbig Haro pressure cookers.

The dual black holes can have different sizes and different capacities to produce different sized stars.

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Oct 29, 2016

New Evidence for the Existence of Majorana Fermions Has Been Uncovered

Posted by in categories: computing, particle physics, quantum physics

In Brief:

  • 80 years after it was first theorized, researchers have found more evidence for the existence of a fermion that’s its own antiparticle.
  • The discovery of Majorana fermions could be the key to developing usable quantum computers.

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