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Apr 18, 2024

Tesla’s Risky Move Towards Autonomy and Self-Driving Technology

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Tesla’s aggressive push towards autonomy and the development of self-driving technology has the potential to drastically change the automotive industry and disrupt the competition.

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Apr 18, 2024

Dense Layers

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Dense layer is commonly used layer in neural networks. Neurons of the this layer are connected to every neuron of its preceding layer.

Apr 18, 2024

Charge travels like light in bilayer graphene

Posted by in categories: computing, nanotechnology, particle physics

An international research team led by the University of Göttingen has demonstrated experimentally that electrons in naturally occurring double-layer graphene move like particles without any mass, in the same way that light travels.

Furthermore, they have shown that the current can be “switched” on and off, which has potential for developing tiny, energy-efficient transistors – like the light switch in your house but at a nanoscale.

The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), USA, and the National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS), Japan, were also involved in the research. The results were published in Nature Communications (“Probing the tunable multi-cone band structure in Bernal bilayer graphene”).

Apr 18, 2024

AI could help the US be less terrible at recycling

Posted by in categories: robotics/AI, sustainability

EverestLabs is among a group of AI startups disrupting the waste sector by using 3D cameras, machine learning, and robots.

Apr 18, 2024

Amazon Is Taking Spammers’ Money to Serve Ads for AI-Generated Books on Kindle Lock Screens

Posted by in categories: economics, robotics/AI

By paying Amazon for lock screen ads, the AI-generated book scammers intend to make money by abusing the Kindle Unlimited program.

Apr 18, 2024

AI could gobble up a quarter of all electricity in the U.S. by 2030 if it doesn’t break its energy addiction, says Arm Holdings exec

Posted by in categories: mobile phones, robotics/AI

Right now generative AI has an “insatiable demand” for electricity to power the tens of thousands of compute clusters needed to operate large language models like OpenAI’s GPT-4, warned chief marketing officer Ami Badani of chip design firm Arm Holdings.

If generative AI is ever going to be able to run on every mobile device from a laptop and tablet to a smartphone, it will have to be able to scale without overwhelming the electricity grid at the same time.

“We won’t be able to continue the advancements of AI without addressing power,” Badani told the Fortune Brainstorm AI conference in London on Monday. “ChatGPT requires 15 times more energy than a traditional web search.”

Apr 18, 2024

A24 Admits Those Ads for “Civil War” Were AI-Generated

Posted by in categories: entertainment, robotics/AI

A24 released a series of realistic apocalyptic scenes on Instagram promoting the Civil War movie, but the images are AI generated.

Apr 18, 2024

Farewell to metals in industry forever: the material that science fiction predicted and has just been produced

Posted by in categories: futurism, materials

A new, microscopic material will end with metals in industry: this is the new futuristic alternative that you will see from now on.

Apr 18, 2024

Reductionism vs. emergence: Are you “nothing but” your atoms?

Posted by in categories: particle physics, space

Reductionism offers a narrow view of the Universe that fails to explain reality.

Apr 18, 2024

Never-Before-Seen Quantum Hybrid State Discovered on Arsenic Surface

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

Physicists have just found something no one expected, lurking on the surface of an arsenic crystal.

While undertaking a study of quantum topology – the wave-like behavior of particles combined with the mathematics of geometry – a team found a strange hybrid of two quantum states, each describing a different means of current.

“This finding was completely unexpected,” says physicist M. Zahid Hasan of Princeton University. “Nobody predicted it in theory before its observation.”

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