May, 2017

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AI will outperform humans in all tasks in just 45 years

Researchers surveyed 352 machine learning experts to forecast AI progress They say there’s a 50% chance AI will outperform humans in all tasks in 45 years And, they they also found a 50% chance machines will take all jobs in 120 years  AI will outperform humans at translation, truck driving,Read More

China’s New Cybersecurity Legislation Leaves Foreign Organizations Betting –

BEIJING — As China goes to start out imposing a fresh cybersecurity legislation, overseas organizations confront a problem: They realize almost no about this. regulations — that has been rubberstamped from the country’s Parliament a year ago — is element of wideranging attempts by Beijing to control the net withinRead More

America’s missile defense system WORKS

U.S. military shot down mock intercontinental ballistic missile over the Pacific in a successful test fire exercise Ground-based Midcourse Defense (GMD) interceptor was fired from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California and successfully struck its target today  Exercise comes amid high tensions between the U.S. and North Korea over their continuedRead More

Tough Popular Seriously Considered Beauty’s Huge Turn In Progression –

a few weeks ago, a physicist at Stanford asked a rhetorical issue that got me by shock. “Why will there be so much attractiveness?” he questioned. Attractiveness wasn’t what I used to be pondering the entire world was high in when he delivered it-up. The physicist, Manu Prakash, was fascinatedRead More

Behindthescenes at Orchard Program, Difficult to Innovate –

Over A cozy day early a year ago, a startup president called Matt Burton resolved a small grouping of 175 buyers and professionals in the modern glass IAC building in Chelsea. Mr. Burton explained how his business, Orchard Program, previously a service of mortgage info to finance institutions, could shortlyRead More

BMW smart scooter always knows where you want to go

‘BMW Motorrad Concept Link’ uses electric battery packs, and even features a reverse gear Has a touchscreen dashboard, and can be paired with a new smart motorcycles jacket that can change settings on the bike with a swipe on its sleeve Can integrate with online calenders to automatically set destinations,Read More

Hackers Cover Cyberattacks in Social-Media Threads –

SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA — It got only 1 test for European hackers to produce their approach to the pc of the Government standard. Nevertheless the strike didn’t come via an e-mail or even a report hidden in just a relatively simple report. A link, attached with a Facebook articleRead More

Melting glacier released a 6.7 gigaton ‘megawave’

NASA studied Greenland’s hottest summers on record, 2010 and 2012 Found ice in Rink Glacier slid through the glacier’s interior in a gigantic wave May increase the potential for sustained ice loss in Greenland  Could have implications for the future rate of sea level rise By Mark Prigg For Dailymail.comRead More

NASA satellite sees stunning partial solar eclipse

Animation shows lunar transit on May 25, as moon blocked 89 percent of the sun The transit lasted nearly an hour, and took place between 2:24 and 3:17 p.m. EDT As the moon has no atmosphere, the view shows a ‘crisp’ look at its horizon By Cheyenne Macdonald For Dailymail.comRead More

The different factors that influence emoji choice

Factors include popularity, perceived meaning and location on a keyboard People are most likely to use emojis with meaning close to popular words  Although emojis each have a textual description, users don’t see the description Even if a description is informative, it may not be how people interpret the emojiRead More