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Renowned AI researcher Geoffrey Hinton made headlines when he left Google to warn the world about AI threats such as mass fake news and autonomous weapons. He kept a low profile with another thesis.

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Researchers have predicted the collapse of the AMOC could happen any time between 2025 and 2095 — far sooner than previous predictions, although not all scientists are convinced.

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I wonder will 2023 be remembered as the year the 'AI taking jobs' conversation went mainstream?

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Chargers must be every 60km, and be able to be used by everyone.

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I feel like most people today believe that we are about to reach a pivotal moment as a society - with pentagon releasing information about UFOs, chatgpt/AI, etc., but I’m curious… have humans always thought this way?

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That Big Tech is being undermined by open source in its quest for AI dominance is reassuring good news.

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Ethylene generation was reduced to one-tenth of that in the wild type, with the skin color remaining green and the fruit remaining firm.

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single shot of klotho, a protein linked to longevity, boosted older monkeys’ working memories for at least two weeks — the best evidence yet that it may be able to combat age-related cognitive decline in people, too.

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Recent work suggests that language models such as GPT can make human-like judgments across a number of domains.

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This topic is interesting, as the idea seems much more viable from the Moon's surface than Earth's.

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This is the newest of a few startups trying this approach (or something similar) for space launch.

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