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Article Image News Link • GlobalTop Tech, brian wang

OpenAI has determined that the computing used in Artificial Intelligence projects has doubled every 3 months since 2012. This has been an increase of 300,000 times since 2012 versus 12 times if it was following a Moore's law doubling every 18 month

Article Image News Link • Global, by DAVID BURKE

If Technocracy is the 'science of social engineering', then a great milestone has been reached with the discovery that AI robots themselves can manipulate and frame human emotion and will. Furthermore, autonomous social engineering is far more su

Article Image News Link • GlobalTop Tech

huge molecular possibilities...AI is revolutionizing medicine including radiology, pathology, and other medical specialties. Deep learning (DL) technologies are beginning to find applications in drug discovery including areas of molecular docking, tr

Article Image News Link • Global, Jean-Baptiste Mouret

Inria and CNRS are teaming up with the Faculty of Engineering of Cairo University and the HIP Institute (Heritage, Preservation, Innovation) with the support of the Robeauté company and La Fondation Dassault Systèmes to design an innovative robot t

Article Image News Link • GlobalTop Tech, by Curiosity Staff

Robots may soon be more sensitive than humans--at least when it comes to their skin. Researchers from Glasgow University have developed a type of artificial skin that is more sensitive than our own. Just add this to all the ways robots are taking ov

Article Image News Link • GlobalTop Tech, By Marc Raibert

That science fiction future where robots can do what people and animals do may be closer than you think. Marc Raibert, founder of Boston Dynamics, is developing advanced robots that can gallop like a cheetah, negotiate 10 inches of snow, walk upright

Article Image News Link • GlobalTop Tech by brian wang

DARPA Defense Sciences Office (DSO) is seeking information on new capabilities that could be enabled by current and next-generation quantum computers for understanding complex physical systems, improving artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learn

Article Image News Link • Global, by TYLER DURDEN

Using AI to predict the future is reminiscent of the father of Technocracy Henri De Saint-Simon's (1760-1825) statement that "A scientist, my dear friends, is a man who foresees; it is because science provides the means to predict that it is usef

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Across the US, cities are independently passing measures to implement a $15 minimum wage - or mandating higher wages with an eye toward one day achieving that goal. But low-wage workers who are celebrating their fatter paychecks should enjoy the feel