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This Week’s Awesome Stories From Around the Web (Through September 22)

This Week’s Awesome Stories From Around the Web (Through September 22)

ROBOTICS Meet the Winner of Robotics’ World Cup Editorial Staff | MIT Technology Review “If you are under the impression that the recent soccer World Cup was won by a fine French team that triumphed over Croatia in a dramatic finale, then you were watching the wrong tourna…

sep 22, 18:00
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New Research Shows How Brain-Computer Interaction Is Changing Cinema

New Research Shows How Brain-Computer Interaction Is Changing Cinema

Over the past few years, we have seen the extraordinary development of neural prosthetic technologies that can replace or enhance functions of our central nervous system. For example, devices like brain-computer interfaces (BCIs) allow the direct communication of the brain with a c…

sep 21, 18:00
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The Biggest Tech-Driven Changes Happening in Finance and Banking

The Biggest Tech-Driven Changes Happening in Finance and Banking

The CIA estimates over $80 trillion of global value is stored in cash, banknotes, money markets, and bank accounts. As of 2017, a mere $5 trillion of this was in the form of cold, hard cash. In this two-part series, we’ll cover how the internet, mobile devices, sensors, blockc…

sep 20, 18:30
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Reimagining Education in the Exponential Age

Reimagining Education in the Exponential Age

The future of humanity will be radically different than what we see today. As Ray Kurzweil put it, “We won’t experience 100 years of progress in the 21st century— it will be more like 20,000 years of progress (at today’s rate).” We’ll have the potential to live on Mars, connect our…

sep 20, 18:00
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Thinking Like a Human: What It Means to Give AI a Theory of Mind

Thinking Like a Human: What It Means to Give AI a Theory of Mind

Last month, a team of self-taught AI gamers lost spectacularly against human professionals in a highly-anticipated galactic melee. Taking place as part of the International Dota 2 Championships in Vancouver, Canada, the game showed that in broader strategic thinking and collaborati…

sep 19, 18:00
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MIT’s New Robot Taught Itself to Pick Things Up the Way People Do

MIT’s New Robot Taught Itself to Pick Things Up the Way People Do

Back in 2016, somewhere in a Google-owned warehouse, more than a dozen robotic arms sat for hours quietly grasping objects of various shapes and sizes. For hours on end, they taught themselves how to pick up and hold the items appropriately —mimicking the way a baby gradually lear…

sep 18, 18:00
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This AI Predicts Obesity Prevalence—All the Way from Space

This AI Predicts Obesity Prevalence—All the Way from Space

A research team at the University of Washington has trained an artificial intelligence system to spot obesity—all the way from space. The system used a convolutional neural network (CNN) to analyze 150,000 satellite images and look for correlations between the physical makeup of a n…

sep 17, 18:00
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How to Feed Global Demand for Seafood—Without Harming the Ocean

How to Feed Global Demand for Seafood—Without Harming the Ocean

“You really can’t justify tuna in Chicago as a source of sustenance.” That’s according to Dr. Sylvia Earle , a National Geographic Society Explorer who was the first female chief scientist at NOAA. She came to the Good Food Institute’s Good Food Conference to deliver a call to a…

sep 16, 18:00
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This Week’s Awesome Stories From Around the Web (Through September 15)

This Week’s Awesome Stories From Around the Web (Through September 15)

GENETICS Plan to Build a Genetic Noah’s Ark Includes a Staggering 66,000 Species George Dvorsky | Gizmodo “As its name [G10K] implies, this group had initially planned to sequence the genomes of at least 10,000 vertebrate species, but now, owing to tremendous advances and …

sep 15, 18:00
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New Technique Heals Wounds With Reprogrammed Skin Cells

New Technique Heals Wounds With Reprogrammed Skin Cells

People with severe burns, bedsores, or chronic diseases such as diabetes are at risk for developing wounds known as cutaneous ulcers, which can extend through multiple layers of the skin. Apart from being extremely painful, these wounds can lead to serious, sometimes deadly, infect…

sep 14, 18:00
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