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Oct 8, 2017

“Liquid Terminator” experiment

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This metal never ceases to amaze. Look what it does to this pot!

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Oct 8, 2017

You can now have your monitor inside your desk!

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This kind of technology is ideal for sharing data with clients.

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Oct 8, 2017

This company is 3D printing objects

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This could change the way we build just about anything.

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Oct 8, 2017

Japan brings out the bazooka in AI war with China

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China may have the clear lead in the development of artificial intelligence (AI) systems in the region, but Japan’s government, realising how vital the sector is to its economic future, has intervened in the hopes of levelling the playing field.

Japan announced in late August that it is planning to invest billions of yen to fund next-generation semiconductors and other technologies critical to AI development.

Billions of yen in public investment could help firms innovate, but analysts say the nation may never catch up with China and the US, global tech leaders that show no signs of slowing down.

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Oct 8, 2017

Google has unveiled plans to build quantum machines that are vastly superior to classical computers

Posted by in categories: computing, quantum physics

Intelligent Machines

Google reveals blueprint for quantum supremacy.

The ability of quantum machines to outperform classical computers is called quantum supremacy. Now Google says it has this goal firmly in its sights.

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Oct 7, 2017

Planetary Resources’ Exploration Program

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Planetary Resources’ Exploration Mission.

Planetary Resources is embarking on the world’s first commercial deep space exploration mission. The purpose is to identify and unlock the critical water resources necessary for human expansion in space.

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Oct 7, 2017

Photographic Age Biomarker in Mice

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We are using A.I. and Computer Vision Techniques to Determine Age and Assess the Effect of Therapies Against Aging in Mice, Increasing the Pace of Life Extension Research. Please subscribe, share, and fund our campaign today! ►Campaign Link: ►Subscribe:

MouseAGE is working to develop the first photographic biomarker of aging in mice to help validate potential anti-aging interventions, save animal lives, and greatly speed up the pace of longevity research.

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Oct 7, 2017

Gun violence costs America $229 billion a year—more than $700 for every man, woman, and child

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The Annual Cost of Gun Violence Exceeds $229 Billion. #MAGA

The True Cost of Gun Violence in America The data the NRA doesn’t want you to see.

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Oct 7, 2017

Human longevity will be the world’s biggest industry

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Our latest Master Investor Magazine lines up hard-hitting experts offering you FREE advice on how to profit from it.

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Oct 7, 2017

The Business of Artificial Intelligence

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Like so many other new technologies, however, AI has generated lots of unrealistic expectations. We see business plans liberally sprinkled with references to machine learning, neural nets, and other forms of the technology, with little connection to its real capabilities. Simply calling a dating site “AI-powered,” for example, doesn’t make it any more effective, but it might help with fundraising. This article will cut through the noise to describe the real potential of AI, its practical implications, and the barriers to its adoption.

What it can — and cannot — do for your organization.

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