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Neil deGrasse Tyson: Why Elon Musk is more important than Jeff Bezos, Steve Jobs and Mark Zuckerberg: “here's the difference: Elon Musk is trying to invent a future... he is thinking about society, culture, how we interact, what forces need to be in play to take civilization into the next century."
If an eye doctor looked at a retinal photo, the chance of getting gender correct would be 50-50. But deep learning training led to an AUC of 0.97. And we have no idea what features machines are "seeing" the make this possible.
NASA’s Quiet Supersonic Technology Project Passes Major Milestone: NASA has officially committed to a development timeline that will lead to the first flight of its X-59 Quiet Supersonic Technology (QueSST) aircraft in just three years.
How technological progress is making it likelier than ever that humans will destroy ourselves - This is the argument made by Oxford professor Nick Bostrom, director of the Future of Humanity Institute, in a new working paper, “The Vulnerable World Hypothesis.”
Smart Car Technologies Save Drivers $6.2 Billion on Fuel Costs Each Year: Time-mapping and route optimization, lane-keeping warnings, and various forms of cruise control, among other technologies, translates into billions of savings.
"This whole idea of terraforming Mars, as respectful as I can be, are you guys high?" Nye said in an interview with USA TODAY. "We can't even take care of this planet where we live, and we're perfectly suited for it, let alone another planet."
Bill Gates wants to bring a new kind of technology to Hawaii: The reinvented toilet - Hawaii environmental leaders say billionaire Bill Gates wants to help Hawaii in its quest to eliminate cesspools.
Rooting Vehicles! The days of touch screen dashboards, optional front windshields and self driving cars are around the corner, and with these great advances; the continued desire to improve shiny new toys!
After galloping along for the past two years, the global economy is showing signs of weakening, with the United States, China and Europe all facing the rising threat of a slowdown. U.S. stock indexes, once up around 10 percent for the year, have surrendered all their 2018 gains.
Ministers from ten EU countries have urged the European Commission to chart a “credible and detailed” path towards net-zero emissions in 2050, ahead of the launch of a landmark climate strategy next week.
Human images from the world's first total-body medical scanner unveiled - EXPLORER, the world’s first medical imaging scanner that can capture a 3-D picture of the whole human body at once, has produced its first scans.
Now We Can Charge An Aircraft Wirelessly From The Ground While It’s In Flight - Technology can transfer up to 12 kW at a distance of 8 meters (over 26 ft) so far. It also claims an efficiency of 80%, presumably at up to 8 meters.
To cut down on emissions, UH students and volunteers plant 1,000 trees in a single day: Teams participated in Carbon Neutrality Challenge, joint project of UH Manoa and other organizations, which aims to test feasibility of restoring local ecosystems to while reducing state’s carbon emissions.
Big Oil Doesn’t Like EV Subsidies, Just Its Own Giant Subsidy: Dump your garbage on your neighbor’s lawn and you’ll wind up paying to have it removed. Release 20 pounds of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere by burning a gallon of gasoline, and it’s a freebie.
Waste fish parts will be used to power ships in a new initiative to use green energy for polluting cruise liners. Norwegian company to fuel liners with biogas made from leftovers of fish processing.