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Nov 27, 2022

The REAL Possibility of Mapping Alien Planets!

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Nov 27, 2022

How Will AI And 5G Power the Next Wave Of Innovation?

Posted by in categories: internet, robotics/AI

The combined force of these disruptive technologies (AI and 5G) enables fast, secure, and ubiquitous connectivity of cost-efficient smart networks and IoT (Internet-of-Things) devices. This convergence point is essential to concepts like intelligent wireless edge.

5G and AI, the connected digital edge

Artificial intelligence and 5G are the two most critical elements that would empower futuristic innovations. These cutting-edge technologies are inherently synergistic. The rapid advancements of AI significantly improve the entire 5G ecosystem, its performance, and efficiency. Besides, 5G-connected devices’ proliferation helps drive unparalleled intelligence and new improvements in AI-based learning and inference. Moreover, the transformation of the connected, intelligent edge has commenced as on-device intelligence has garnered phenomenal traction. This transformation is critical to leveraging the full potential of 5G’s future. With these prospects, these technologies hold enough potential to transform every industry. Here’s how the combination of AI and 5G has been reshaping industries.

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Nov 27, 2022

This Hydrogen-Powered Carcopter Is A Real-Life Star Wars Podracer

Posted by in categories: sustainability, transportation

Now, there’s another flying race car concept in the game. French startup Maca Flight revealed a new hydrogen-powered flying race car concept at the 2022 CES and it’s remarkably similar to the podracers in the Star Wars universe.

A green flying race car concept

Called a carcopter, a portmanteau of the words car and helicopter, Maca S11 is designed for speed and sustainability. And unlike others in its class, it’s powered by a hydrogen fuel cell instead of a conventional battery. The company states that the eVTOL is priced at just over $900,000 and that it will be ready to hit the racetrack in 2023.

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Nov 27, 2022

Epigenetic Test #3: What’s My Biological Age?

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

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Nov 27, 2022

Research reveals the links between viruses and Alzheimer’s disease

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, neuroscience

Dr Ruth Itzhaki explains her life in Alzheimer’s research, looking into the way infectious illnesses might increase chances of developing the disease.

Nov 27, 2022

Quantum Breakthrough: Scientists Extend Qubit Lifetimes

Posted by in categories: innovation, quantum physics

Stability in Asymmetry By breaking the symmetry of their environment, scientists demonstrate a new technique for extending the length of time qubits can retain information. What happened Scientists have shown that by changing the surrounding crystal’s structure to be less symmetric, they may prolong the lifetime of a molecular qubit.

Nov 27, 2022

Unprecedented Detail: Researchers Capture How Genes Fold and Work

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, computing, genetics, health

The technology, which was created by Barcelona-based researchers at the Centre for Genomic Regulation (CRG) and the Institute for Research in Biomedicine (IRB Barcelona), combines high-resolution microscopy with sophisticated computer modeling. It is the most comprehensive technique to date for studying the shape of genes.

The new technique allows researchers to create and digitally navigate three-dimensional models of genes, seeing not just their architecture but also information on how they move or how flexible they are. Understanding how genes function might help us better understand how they influence the human body in both health and disease since almost every human disease has some genetic basis.

Nov 27, 2022

Frontier Airlines drops its customer service line

Posted by in category: futurism

The budget airline says customers will no longer be able to call a live agent by phone. Frontier is encouraging customers to instead reach out by text, social media and WhatsApp.

Nov 27, 2022

Hackers attacking energy sector using decades-old software, says Microsoft

Posted by in categories: cybercrime/malcode, energy, internet

Boa, an open-source web server suitable for embedded applications that was discontinued since 2005 is now becoming a security threat because of the complex nature of how it was built into the internet of things (IoT) device supply chain. A recent report by tech major Microsoft said that hackers are exploiting vulnerabilities in the software to target organizations in the energy sector.

Microsoft researchers revealed in an analysis that a vulnerable open-source component in the Boa web server, is used widely in a range of routers and security cameras as well as popular software development kits (SDKs), a set of tools that allow developers to write or use an existing framework to develop applications for a given platform.

Despite the software being discontinued a nearly two decades ago, Microsoft reports that attackers are continuing their attempts to exploit the flaws of the Boa web servers which include a high-severity information disclosure bug (CVE-2021–33558) and another arbitrary file access flaw (CVE-2017–9833). An unauthenticated attacker could exploit these vulnerabilities to obtain user credentials and leverage them for remote code execution.

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Nov 27, 2022

Evidence of Higgs boson contributions to the production of Z boson pairs at high energies

Posted by in categories: particle physics, quantum physics

The Higgs boson, the fundamental subatomic particle associated with the Higgs field, was first discovered in 2012 as part of the ATLAS and CMS experiments, both of which analyze data collected at CERN’s Large Hadron Collider (LHC), the most powerful particle accelerator in existence. Since the discovery of the Higgs boson, research teams worldwide have been trying to better understand this unique particle’s properties and characteristics.

The CMS Collaboration, the large group of researchers involved in the CMS experiment, has recently obtained an updated measurement of the width of the Higgs boson, while also gathering the first evidence of its off-shell contributions to the production of Z boson pairs. Their findings, published in Nature Physics, are consistent with predictions.

“The quantum theoretical description of fundamental particles is probabilistic in nature, and if you consider all the different states of a collection of particles, their probabilities must always add up to 1 regardless of whether you look at this collection now or sometime later,” Ulascan Sarica, researcher for the CMS Collaboration, told “When analyzed mathematically, this simple statement imposes restrictions, the so-called unitarity bounds, on the probabilities of particle interactions at high energies.”

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