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AI, Terminator: Dark Fate, Snow Crash, paragraphica, innovation, wireless parallel computing, adaptable nano-electrodes, the no-wash movement, e-tattoos and the filter bubble.
Read “Snow Crash” and watch “Terminator: Dark Fate” over the weekend.
Focusing the debate on the long-term “existential” harms of advanced AI systems might also give companies like OpenAI and Google the cover they need to continue racing forward in their development of ever-smarter AI systems
AI-controlled US military drone ‘kills’ its operator in simulated test
In a simulated test staged by the US military, an air force drone controlled by AI killed its operator to prevent it from interfering with its efforts to achieve its mission. AI is relentless. Watch Terminator: Dark Fate.
How does the inventor of the metaverse envision its future?
While the character Hiro’s entry into the metaverse in Snow Crash was science fiction in the early 1990s when Stephenson published the novel to critical acclaim, today, this universe is reality.
New “camera” has no lens, simply detects your location and generates an ai picture of it
Paragraphica provides deeper insight into the essence of a moment through the perspective of other intelligences. Paragraphica and quantum foam…….
The Size of Firms and the Nature of Innovation
It appears that larger firms get fewer innovations per dollar of R&D and that those innovations tend to be more incremental and less impactful.
A new approach to realize parallel in-memory wireless computing
The parallel in-memory wireless computing could enable the development of electronics that consume less energy and are better equipped to meet high computational demands.
Enhancing Brain Stimulation with Adaptable Nanoelectrodes
Engineers have developed minimally invasive, ultraflexible nanoelectrodes that could serve as an implanted platform for administering long-term, high-resolution stimulation therapy.
The rise of the ‘no-wash’ movement
There’s a growing cohort of people who believe in washing clothes less – or not at all.
From delayed detection to early intervention: Innovating cardiac monitoring with e-tattoos
E-tattoos are wearable electronics in the form of a temporary tattoo sticker which is ultra-thin, ultra-soft, well-conformed to the curvature of our skin surface and conducting biometric sensing and wireless data transmission.
The partisans beyond the filter bubble
Filter bubbles aren’t really a thing. We actually like to experience something outside the warm bath of our existing views, because that gives us something to react against.