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Oct 14, 2021

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Posted by in category: futurism

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Oct 14, 2021

“More Life Into a Time Without Boundaries.” Jeanette Winterson Considers the Bigger Picture of AI

Posted by in categories: biological, Ray Kurzweil, robotics/AI, singularity

In 2009—four years after it was published—I read Ray Kurzweil’s The Singularity Is Near. It is an optimistic view of the future—a future that depends on computational technology. A future of superintelligent machines. It is also a future where humans will transcend our present biological limits.

I had to read the book twice—once for the sense and once for the detail.

After that, just for my own interest, year-in, year-out, I started to track this future; that meant a weekly read through New Scientist, Wired, the excellent technology pieces in the New York Times and the Atlantic, as well as following the money via the Economist and Financial Times. I picked up any new science and tech books that came out, but it wasn’t enough for me. I felt I wasn’t seeing the bigger picture.

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Oct 14, 2021

Reversing blindness with stem cells

Posted by in category: biotech/medical

Gamm cautions against expecting too much, too soon. “It’s unreasonable to think that we are going to cure blindness in general, just like we’re not going to cure cancer with one magic bullet,” he says. “What we hope to do is make a meaningful change in a patient’s visual function, such that their activities of daily life are improved.”


Regenerative therapies for the eyes could help to save vision in people with glaucoma, macular degeneration and damaged corneas.

Oct 14, 2021

Harvard University professor geneticist Dr. George Church stops by the Institute

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

Talking about RejuvenateBio starts at 20:30. Mentions there are 300 known genes concerning human aging and 45 of those have been tested in mice with what sounds like success.


Wow! Where do I start. I woke up and seen Dr. George Church on Bloomberg news. They was discussing a new biotech startup company called Rejuvenate Bio. A life extension company that seeks to reverse aging in dogs. Then apply that knowledge to humans. I ask Dr. Church about what he thinks is the cause of aging. t. Dr. Church thinks its a genetic reason why we age. Dr. Church is a cofounder of a company called Colossal is a company that wants to create a hybrid between the east asian elephant and the woolly mammoth. The purpose of doing this is to fight climate change and prevent the extinction of the east asian elephant.

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Oct 14, 2021

3D Printed Wax

Posted by in category: futurism

3D printed wax is used to create molds thanks to the 3D lost wax casting technique. Learn more about it!

Oct 14, 2021

US Army Funds ‘Sleeping Cap’ To Help Your Brain Clear Out Waste

Posted by in categories: military, neuroscience

We’ve all experienced brain fog and the drowsiness that comes with getting too little sleep. But what exactly happens in our brain during sleep that prepares us for another day in the morning? To understand how the brain disposes of so-called “metabolic waste”, teams of researchers are working on a study with $2.8 million funding from the U.S. Army who is looking to combat sleep disorders among the military. The scientists’ ultimate aim is to develop a “sleeping cap” that would analyze how fluids within the brain may be flushing out toxic, memory-impairing proteins while you sleep. The sleeping cap that the researchers aim to create would be lightweight and portable, with the ability to both track and stimulate the flow of the cerebrospinal fluid. In this way, the researchers hope to be able to treat sleeping disorders as they happen. all experienced brain fog and the drowsiness that comes with getting too little sleep. But what exactly happens in our brain during sleep that prepares us for another day in the morning? To understand how the brain disposes of so-called “metabolic waste”, teams of researchers are working on a study with a $2.8 million funding from the U.S. Army who is looking to combat sleep disorders among the military. The scientists’ ultimate aim is to develop a “sleeping cap” that would analyze how fluids within the brain may be flushing out toxic, memory-impairing proteins while you sleep.

Oct 14, 2021

‘Lost’ Picasso nude comes out of hiding, thanks to artificial intelligence and 3D printing

Posted by in categories: 3D printing, robotics/AI

AI paints a Picasso nude, just like Pablo did.


“Lost” Picasso nude comes out of hiding, thanks to artificial intelligence and 3D printing.

Oct 14, 2021

Holography-based 3D printing produces objects in seconds instead of hours

Posted by in categories: 3D printing, biotech/medical

O,.o! Circa 2017


3D printers are useful devices for all kinds of reasons, but most have a critical weakness: they simply take a long time to actually make anything. That’s because additive manufacturing generally works by putting down an object one microscopic layer at a time. But a new holographic printing technique makes it possible to create the entire thing at once — in as little as a second or two.

Light-based 3D printing techniques generally use lasers to cause a layer of resin to harden in a pattern, but like extrusion printers, they have to do it layer by layer. If the laser shined all the way through the liquid resin, it would cause a big line of it to cure.

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Oct 14, 2021

The Real Reason Countries Are Going Back To The Moon

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

Discusses why people so interested about going back to the moon.

Rare earths, minerals, helium 3 etc. And it might be first come first serve.

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Oct 14, 2021

5 Tech Trends Your Small Business Can Utilize Daily

Posted by in category: business

Technology is a critical component of company success. After all, it enables the management of data flow, the tracking of operations, the maintenance of personnel records, the enhancement of connection, and the improvement of customer assistance. Most importantly, it removes the need for human and physical resources in the majority of commercial activities…

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