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Nov 7, 2021

Time for an Honest Scientific Discourse on AI & Deep Learning, with Gary Marcus

Posted by in category: robotics/AI

In this episode of the “Artificial Intelligence & Equality Initiative” podcast, Senior Fellow Anja Kaspersen sits down with Gary Marcus, a cognitive scientist, author, and entrepreneur, to discuss the need for an open and healthy scientific.

Nov 7, 2021

$1.1M NIH Grant Will Further AI-powered Research Analysis

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, health, robotics/AI

A team of scientists from the University of Florida (UF) will use a $1.1 million grant to further their work on the use of artificial intelligence-or AI-powered medical research for predicting and diagnosing Parkinson’s disease while maintaining patient privacy.

This grant, from the National Institutes for Health (NIH), will allow the scientists to train artificial neural network models — computer systems modeled on the human brain and nervous system — and further develop AI technologies that can predict and diagnose Parkinson’s, according to a press release.

“The proposed research will remove a major roadblock that restricts medical data accessibility and hinders cloud-based operations of deep-learning artificial neural networks for biomedical research,” the investigators said.

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Nov 7, 2021

Artificial photosynthesis turns CO2 into sustainable fuel

Posted by in categories: solar power, sustainability, transportation

AArtificial photosynthesis turns CO2 into sustainable fuel: Carbon capture is the idea of taking CO2 from the air and storing it. Carbon conversion is taking that same CO2 and turning it into something useful. CO2 can be used for a number of products, but one of the most exciting is alternatives to fossil fuels.

If we look at what’s possible with batteries today, you can do a lot. You can electrify certain portions of aviation, but they’re just never gonna touch that jumbo jet full of a couple of hundred passengers going a thousand miles. And that’s where sustainable aviation fuels come in.

Jason Salfi, CEO of Dimensional Energy, a company using artificial photosynthesis to produce carbon-neutral alternatives to fossil fuels. Their first product, a carbon-neutral jet fuel.

Nov 7, 2021

The Wall Street Journal

Posted by in categories: sustainability, transportation

Billionaire CEO pledged to abide by vote’s outcome after asking whether he should sell 10% of his Tesla shares.

Nov 7, 2021

If the universe is a giant computer simulation, here’s how many bits would be required to run it

Posted by in categories: computing, space

How many bits does the universe contain? A lot.

A trippy new estimate calculates the total number of bits in the visible universe.

Nov 7, 2021

At the risk of contradicting on of the most influential and forward thinking leaders of our time, Mark Zuckerberg This technology isn’t isn’t the future…

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Nov 7, 2021

Imaging intact human organs with local resolution of cellular structures using hierarchical phase-contrast tomography

Posted by in category: biotech/medical

Hierarchical phase-contrast tomography (HiP-CT) enables multiscale imaging of any region within an intact human organ down to cellular resolution. HiP-CT of five organ types revealed 3D morphological features in healthy and diseased tissue.

Nov 7, 2021

Artificial intelligence may cause breakthrough to improve weapons’ parameters — Putin

Posted by in categories: innovation, robotics/AI

Putin stressed that the work on a unified system of reference data for shaping the program was already underway at the Ministry.

“The key task here is to ensure the weapon systems and equipment that will be manufactured and supplied to the armed forces under this program should reliably protect Russia from potential threats,” he concluded.

Nov 7, 2021

K Line leads joint project on AI-based navigation for autonomous ships

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The agreement is part of K Line’s Initiative for Expediting Implementation of Autonomous Ships.

The joint R&D project aims to develop a system that will prevent serious maritime accidents such as ship collisions and groundings and that will lead to autonomous ship operations by combining K Line’s manoeuvring knowledge and experience in safe ship operation over many years, JRC marine equipment’s knowledge and advanced radio technology developed, and YDK’s steering and propulsion control technology.

The aim is to develop a comprehensive system that will further improve the safety of ship operations by utilising the knowledge and technologies of the three partners in each process from situation awareness by the seafarer to maneuvering control of the ship, combined with the most advanced technologies provided by Groke Technologies, Fujitsu, and Forum8.

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Nov 7, 2021

Reinforcement learning frustrates humans in teamplay, MIT study finds

Posted by in category: futurism

A new study by MIT Lincoln Laboratory shows Hanabi players are frustrated when teamed up with top-performing reinforcement learning systems.

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