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Mar 26, 2023

The Impending Collapse of the French Economy

Posted by in categories: economics, education, government, life extension

Pensions behave as government mandated ponzi schemes. New contributors are needed to pay for past contributors. But what if there are less and less new contributors and contributions? And what if past generations live longer and longer lives?

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Mar 26, 2023

Meta’s New ChatGPT-Like AI Is Fluent in the Language of Proteins—and Has Already Modeled 700 Million of Them

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Meta seems to already have good AI tools.

Meta’s ESMFold AI is a large language model like OpenAI’s ChatGPT. But instead of spitting out text, it generates protein sequences.

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Mar 26, 2023

Blood Test #2 in 2023: Diet Composition

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Mar 26, 2023

Civil Space

Posted by in categories: engineering, space

Johns Hopkins APL’s Civil Space Mission Area makes critical contributions to NASA and international missions to meet the challenges of space science, engineering, and exploration.

Since the dawn of the Space Age, APL has pushed the frontiers of space science, engineering and exploration. We captured the first picture of Earth from space, invented navigation by satellite, dispatched spacecraft across the solar system from our Sun to Pluto and beyond, and successfully conducted the world’s first full-scale planetary defense test mission.

We continue to shape the future by providing our nation with innovative and low-cost solutions to its space challenges. Our work includes conducting research and space exploration; development and application of space science, engineering, and technology; and production of one-of-a-kind spacecraft, instruments, and subsystems.

Mar 26, 2023

Pyrroloquinoline quinone disodium salt improves brain function in both younger and older adults†

Posted by in category: neuroscience

Brain function is important for a good quality of life. Pyrroloquinoline quinone disodium salt (PQQ) has been proven to improve brain function and cognition in older adults (above 45 years). In this double-blind, placebo-controlled study, we investigated the effects of PQQ on cognitive function in adults aged between 20 and 65 years. PQQ (20 mg per day) was administered for 12 weeks to the participants. After 12 weeks, the participants showed improvements in composite memory and verbal memory. A further age-stratified analysis was performed. In younger adults (aged 20–40 years), PQQ improved cognitive function (cognitive flexibility, processing speed, and execution speed) after 8 weeks. Only older adults (aged 41–65 years) showed improvements in complex and verbal memory after 12 weeks. In the logistic regression analysis that included the results of all cognitive tests, the changes due to PQQ intake were observed at 8 and 12 weeks in the young and old groups, respectively.

Mar 26, 2023

Facebook accounts hijacked

Posted by in category: futurism

A trojanized version of the legitimate ChatGPT extension for Chrome is gaining popularity on the Chrome Web Store, accumulating over 9,000 downloads while stealing Facebook accounts.

The extension is a copy of the legitimate popular add-on for Chrome named “ChatGPT for Google” that offers ChatGPT integration on search results. However, this malicious version includes additional code that attempts to steal Facebook session cookies.

The publisher of the extension uploaded it to the Chrome Web Store on February 14, 2023, but only started promoting it using Google Search advertisements on March 14, 2023. Since then, it has had an average of a thousand installations per day.

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Mar 26, 2023

Researchers create self-sensing metamaterial concrete that produce power

Posted by in categories: life extension, materials

University of Pittsburgh.

A metamaterial is any material engineered to have a property that is elusive to naturally occurring materials. The research introduces the use of metamaterials in the creation of concrete, providing the option to alter its brittleness, flexibility, and shapeability to allow builders to use less of the material without sacrificing strength or longevity.

Mar 26, 2023

Top 10 AI Tools for Designers 2023 | Best AI Tools for Designers | AI Tools 2023 | Simplilearn

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Mar 26, 2023

The NUIT Attack Uses Near-Ultrasound Audio to Silently Command Your Voice Assistant

Posted by in category: media & arts

By embedding commands in YouTube videos, streaming music, or even voice calls and Zoom meetings, NUIT can silently take control.

Mar 26, 2023

A.I. is ‘seizing the master key of civilization’ and we ‘cannot afford to lose,’ warns ‘Sapiens’ author Yuval Harari

Posted by in category: robotics/AI

Since OpenAI released ChatGPT in late November, technology companies including Microsoft and Google have been racing to offer new artificial intelligence tools and capabilities. But where is that race leading?

Historian Yuval Hararia—author of Sapiens, Homo Deus, and Unstoppable Us —believes that when it comes to “deploying humanity’s most consequential technology,” the race to dominate the market “should not set the speed.” Instead, he argues, “We should move at whatever speed enables us to get this right.”

Hararia shared his thoughts Friday in a New York Times op-ed written with Tristan Harris and Aza Raskin, founders of the nonprofit Center for Humane Technology, which aims to align technology with humanity’s best interests. They argue that artificial intelligence threatens the “foundations of our society” if it’s unleashed in an irresponsible way.

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