Sunday, May 20, 2018

Calum Chace Looks At The Possibility of Two Singularities in His New Book

⯀ Artificial intelligence can turn out to be the best thing ever to happen to humanity, making our future wonderful almost beyond imagination. But only if we address head-on the challenges that it will raise argues Calum Chace in his new book.
How Artificial Intelligence Is Set To Change the World of Business

⯀ The dawn of artificial intelligence has come. Machine learning and computer systems that are AI-enabled depict the same reasoning and cognitive capabilities as human beings and sometimes even higher.
Get In Shape By Following These Fitness Tips

Fitness
⯀ Everybody needs to be a huge success in maintaining the body shape. But, for the majority, it's an utter failure. Why? Probably they may not have got the proper guidance. As weight loss doctors say, a wrong path in the process of losing weight can lead to severe health problems in individuals. Therefore, one must take advice from a veteran professional before attempting to try out any physical exercises or workouts.

Friday, May 18, 2018


⯀ Visit any tech-based blog or visit the ‘technology’ tab on any mainstream media website and there are two letters you will find everywhere. AI or Artificial Intelligence is big news, it is already changing the way we live and is set to disrupt many industries in the next few years. It is making such a big splash due to the fact that it has the potential to make huge improvements in efficiency and decreases in human error. However, there are also concerns over how it might replace those in jobs and also take out the element of human judgement, which is important in many spaces.

Thursday, May 17, 2018

Can We Build a Brain?

⯀ The new series “NOVA Wonders” takes viewers on a journey to the frontiers of science, where researchers are tackling some of the biggest questions about life and the cosmos. One of these questions was about the development of artificial intelligence, "Can We Build a Brain?"
Satellite Internet: How was This Technology Developed?

⯀ “Satellite Internet access” is something that’s becoming increasingly familiar to many people in this day and age. If you like the idea of Internet service that’s speedy, efficient and convenient to the max, then the satellite route may be up your alley.

Wednesday, May 16, 2018

Bike Racing Team Uses 3D Printers Inside The Pit Box

⯀ A motorbike racing team is embracing 3D printing as a way to get parts fast and easy.
4 Interesting Reasons Why You Should Get a Nanny Cam

Gadgets
⯀ Technology has brought very many advancements. With it has come the nanny cam. This camera has brought so much debate with many people looking at it as an invasion of privacy. However, if you your research well, the hidden camera has helped several mothers to rescue their chill from ill-intending nannies.

Tuesday, May 15, 2018

Water Plumes Identified on Jupieter's Moon Europa By Analyzing 20 Year Old Data

Europa
⯀ New science, mined from the archives. Data from NASA Galileo orbiter launched a generation ago yields new evidence of plumes, eruptions of water vapor, from Jupiter's moon Europa.
A Therapeutic Mindfulness App Jinglow- Be Confident and Think Better

Apps
⯀ Jinglow is a customisable therapeutic mindfulness recording studio that goes with you
wherever you go. With the app, listen to guided meditations, positive affirmations, and white noise whenever you need to, wherever you are.

Monday, May 14, 2018

Memory Transferred Between Sea Snails

⯀ Memory transfer has been at the heart of science fiction for decades, but it may be one step closer to fact, pending research done on aquatic snails. A team claims to have successfully transplanted memories by transferring a form of genetic information called RNA from one snail into another.
Neural Networks Used to Predict Patient Outcomes Using Electronic Health Record Data

⯀ A new deep learning model developed by Google uses big data from electronic health records and predicts clinical outcomes more accurately than traditional models. This paper represents the beginning of the work that is needed to test the hypothesis that machine learning can be used to improve healthcare.
New Findings Indicate Mutliverse Would Support Life

⯀ According to new research, a multiverse, where our universe is only one of many, might not be as inhospitable to life as previously thought.
Why (and How) Caregivers Should Prioritize Self-Care

⯀ A 2017 survey commissioned by the Alzheimer’s Association learned that emotional and physical stress were the top two challenges faced by people who care for Alzheimer’s patients. Two out of three caregivers said they felt isolated or alone, and one in five wished they had created a network of caregivers.