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Saturday 20th July 2019

This Week’s Awesome Stories From Around the Web (Through July 20)

ROBOTICS Boston Dynamics’ Robots Are Preparing to Leave the Lab—Is the World Ready? James Vincent | The Verge “After decades of kicking machines in parking lots, the company is set to launch its first ever commercial bot later this year: the quadrupedal Spot. It’s a crucial test for a company that’s spent decades pursuing long-sighted […]

Friday 19th July 2019

A Layer of ‘Aerogel’ Could Make Mars Habitable and Even Enable Life to Develop There

Transforming the red planet to support life has long been a dream of science fiction. Mars is now too cold to support life. Its atmosphere is also too thin to protect any living organisms from harmful radiation. But a new study suggests that local conditions could be changed using an inch of “aerogel,” a synthetic […]

Thursday 18th July 2019

The First Complete Brain Wiring Diagram of Any Species Is Here

For a humble, microscopic worm with only 302 neurons, C. elegans has had a lot of firsts. It was the first multicellular animal to have its whole genome sequenced. It was also the spark that lit the connectome fire—the revolutionary idea that mapping the entirety of connections among neurons will unveil secrets of our minds, […]

Wednesday 17th July 2019

How Will We Store Three Septillion Bits of Data? Your Metabolome May Have the Answer

Thanks to the cloud, it’s hard to imagine that we’ll ever run out of data storage. But by 2040, we may be swarmed by three septillion bits of data, and Earth will run out of chip-grade silicon. According to one estimate, current data farms will last a century, if that. For the “big data” revolution […]

Tuesday 16th July 2019

How Tech Can Help Curb Emissions by Planting 500 Billion New Trees

Trees are a low-tech, high-efficiency way to offset much of humankind’s negative impact on the climate. What’s even better, we have plenty of room for a lot more of them. A new study conducted by researchers at Switzerland’s ETH-Zürich, published in Science, details how Earth could support almost an additional billion hectares of trees without […]

Monday 15th July 2019

The Poker-Playing AI That Beat the World’s Best Players

Poker is a powerful combination of strategy and intuition, something that’s made it the most iconic of card games and devilishly difficult for machines to master. Now an AI built by Facebook and Carnegie Mellon University has managed to beat top professionals in a multiplayer version of the game for the first time. Games have […]

Sunday 14th July 2019

This Chatbot has Over 660 Million Users—and It Wants to Be Their Best Friend

Your New Best Friend? Making a new friend is a complex business. You might begin with small talk: introductions, explorations. Perhaps you bond over something you have in common: shared tastes or interests. Gradually, you’ll open up more emotionally: telling your new friend personal stuff, coming to them with your problems. Maybe they become a […]

Saturday 13th July 2019

This Week’s Awesome Stories From Around the Web (Through July 13)

ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE ‘Superhuman’ AI Crushes Pros at Six-Player Texas Hold’em George Dvorsky | Gizmodo “[Roman Yampolskiy] said, ‘Poker in particular has been an early sandbox for AI, and to show such a level of dominance in an unrestricted version of poker with many players has been a holy grail of research since the early days […]

Friday 12th July 2019

So Far Cultured Meat Has Been Burgers—the Next Big Challenge Is Animal-Free Steaks

The meat you eat, if you’re a carnivore, comes from animal muscles. But animals are composed of a lot more than just muscle. They have organs and bones that most Americans do not consume. They require food, water, space, and social connections. They produce waste. Farmers spend a lot of energy and resources to grow […]

Thursday 11th July 2019

The Pentagon’s New Laser-Based Tool Uses Your Heartbeat to Track You

The government’s hefty arsenal of surveillance tools just welcomed a powerful new member. Rather than monitoring an external device—a bug or a smartphone—or even the exterior features of your face, the new tech aims straight for your heart. Literally. First reported by MIT Technology Review, the US Pentagon is developing an infrared laser that captures […]

Wednesday 10th July 2019

Cancer-Killing Living Drug Is Made Safer With a Simple Off Switch

When it comes to battling cancer, our most powerful weapon is also our most dangerous. You’ve heard of CAR-T: the cellular immunotherapy extracts a patient’s own immune cells, amps up their tumor-hunting prowess using gene therapy, and infuses the super-soldiers back into the patient to pursue and rip their targets to shreds—literally. Since late 2017, […]

Tuesday 9th July 2019

Alphabet Releases Its Master Plan for Toronto’s New Smart City

Ever dreamed of living in a giant experiment? If so, Toronto may be the city for you. Sidewalk Labs has released blueprints for its proposed waterfront smart city and, depending who you ask, it’s either going to be the pinnacle of modern living or an Orwellian nightmare. Cities typically develop in a pretty organic fashion, […]

Monday 8th July 2019

Virtual Influencers Are on the Rise. How Far Will Their Influence Go?

In early April 2019, something was suddenly very different about Kentucky Fried Chicken’s Instagram account. In lieu of retro-style pictures of chicken, a decidedly 21st-century Colonel Sanders with ‘Secret Recipe For Success’ tattooed across his abs starting posting. In one post, he was cracking jokes with celebrities. In others, riding a horse, at a business […]

Sunday 7th July 2019

How the US Will Get to a 50 Percent Renewable Electric Economy by 2030

By 2030, more than 50 percent of the US economy will run on electricity derived from renewables. What are the implications as we shift the US and global energy economies away from fossil fuels? For the first time ever, our harnessing of renewable energy has surpassed domestic reliance on coal, a critical milestone for democratizing energy. […]

Saturday 6th July 2019

This Week’s Awesome Stories From Around the Web (Through July 6)

ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE Machine Learning Has Been Used to Automatically Translate Long-Lost Languages Emerging Technology from the arXiv | MIT Technology Review “Some languages that have never been deciphered could be the next ones to get the machine translation treatment.” NEUROSCIENCE Scientists Are Giving Dead Brains New Life. What Could Go Wrong? Matthew Shaer | The [R...

Friday 5th July 2019

Facebook Claims Libra Offers Economic Empowerment to Billions—an Economist Is Skeptical

Facebook is joining the cryptocurrency craze. Should we be concerned? The social network site on June 18 said it’s launching a new cryptocurrency called Libra with the help of 27 partners, including MasterCard, Visa, ebay, and Uber. In simple terms, Libra is meant to replace the paper bills in your wallet or purse with a […]

Wednesday 3rd July 2019

Could Lab-Grown Brains Develop Consciousness?

There’s a very un-sexy view of consciousness: our rich, meaningful inner experience of self and other is nothing but electrical and chemical chattering inside our brains. If you, like many scientists, subscribe to this theory, then a difficult question naturally follows: at what point does electro-chemical activity in dissected brain-like tissue become conscious? Yes, I’m […]

Tuesday 2nd July 2019

This Radical New DNA Microscope Reimagines the Cellular World

It’s not every day that something from the 17th century gets radically reinvented. But this month, a team from the Broad Institute at MIT and Harvard took aim at one of the most iconic pieces of lab ware—the microscope—and tore down the entire concept to recreate it from scratch. I’m sure you have a mental […]

Monday 1st July 2019

The LightSail-2 Mission Launched Last Week. It Could Shape the Future of Solar Spaceflight

Just like the early explorers harnessed the wind to sail around the world, scientists have long dreamed of using light to sail through the cosmos. Last week an ambitious trial of a technology called LightSail-2 took to the skies aboard SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy rocket. The idea of solar sailing has a long pedigree. As far […]

Sunday 30th June 2019

Can AI Save the Internet from Fake News?

There’s an old proverb that says “seeing is believing.” But in the age of artificial intelligence, it’s becoming increasingly difficult to take anything at face value—literally. The rise of so-called “deepfakes,” in which different types of AI-based techniques are used to manipulate video content, has reached the point where Congress held its first hearing last […]

Saturday 29th June 2019

This Week’s Awesome Stories From Around the Web (Through June 29)

MINIATURIZATION Self-Assembling Microrobots Can Be Programmed to Form a Tiny Steerable Car Luke Dormehl | Digital Trends “Remember the way that different ‘Zords’ in Power Rangers joined to together to form a larger Megazord? It’s basically that—only with self-assembling robots between 40 to 50 micrometers in size. That’s around half the diameter of a single […]

Friday 28th June 2019

The Biggest Offshore Wind Project in the US Is Underway

From the steady growth in market share of electric cars to continuous improvement and expansion of solar energy technology, it appears the world is going renewable—the age of fossil fuels is slowly but surely being left behind. For whatever reason, wind power doesn’t get as much love as solar, but it’s growing quickly, with massive […]

From Miniature Satellites to Giant Sun Shields–the Extreme Technology Transforming Space Engineering

This year marks the 50th anniversary of the first Apollo moon landing. This was possible thanks to an extraordinary acceleration of space technology. Within a remarkably short period of time leading up to the event, engineers had mastered rocket propulsion, on-board computing, and space operations, partially thanks to an essentially unlimited budget. Since the days […]

Thursday 27th June 2019

Scientists Can Now Clone Brain Organoids. Here’s Why That Matters

An army of free-floating minibrain clones are heading your way! No, that’s not the premise of a classic sci-fi brain-in-jars blockbuster. Rather, a team at Harvard has figured out a way to “clone” brain organoids, in the sense that every brain blob, regardless of what type of stem cell it originated from, developed nearly identically […]

Wednesday 26th June 2019

Making Algorithms More Like Kids: What Can Four-Year-Olds Do That AI Can’t?

Instead of trying to produce a programme to simulate the adult mind, why not rather try to produce one which simulates the child’s? If this were then subjected to an appropriate course of education one would obtain the adult brain. Alan Turing famously wrote this in his groundbreaking 1950 paper Computing Machinery and Intelligence, and […]

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