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Five Ways the Superintelligence Revolution Might Happen
Science & Tech  (tags: Artificial Intelligence, Research, Development, Super Intelligence )

Brian
- 81 days ago - theconversation.com
"A survey of leading researchers in AI suggests that there is a 50% probability that human-level machine intelligence will have been attained by 2050."
Bill Gates: We Need Energy Miracles
Science & Tech  (tags: Bill Gates, Energy, Research, Development, Climate Change, Carbon Emissions, Technology, Wind, Solar, Intermittency, Next Gen Nuclear, Energy Efficiency, Energy Demand )

Brian
- 176 days ago - gatesnotes.com
"We need a massive amount of research and development on clean energy: new ways to stabilize the intermittent flows from wind and solar; cheaper, more efficient solar panels; better equipment for managing energy; next-gen nuclear plants..."
Thorium
Science & Tech  (tags: Thorium, Element, Energy, Energy Technology, Nuclear Energy, Abundance, Low Waste Production, Recycling, Zero Emissions, Non-Weaponization, Safety, Research, Development, China, India, Russia )

Brian
- 184 days ago - world-nuclear.org
"Thorium fuel cycles offer attractive features, including lower levels of waste generation, less transuranic elements in that waste, and providing a diversification option for nuclear fuel supply."
China Establishes Advanced Science Research Centers
Science & Tech  (tags: China, science, technology, research, development, energy, thorium )

Brian
- 340 days ago - news.xinhuanet.com
"China has begun establishing five innovation centers that will unite the country's leading talents for research in advanced science and technology fields, according to the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS)."
Expedition Seeks To Save Florida's 'Terra Incognita'
Science & Tech  (tags: Florida Wildlife Corridor Expedition, unknown land, trek across Florida, wildlife, development, wildlife corridor needed, connecting wildlife areas )

Judy
- 971 days ago - npr.org
On Sunday, these four adventurers mark the end of a 1,000-mile trek across Florida, from the tip of the Everglades to the Okefenokee Swamp.
I Give Because I'M a Skeptic
Science & Tech  (tags: social media, volunteerism, development, africa, orphans, widows, women, children, poverty, love, hope, fun, cool, business, discovery, computers, computer, interesting, Gizmos, internet, humans, news, society, tech, world )

Brian
- 1475 days ago - travelwithfvi.blogspot.com
Some time ago, I graduated college and went about looking for a job that would make me exceedingly wealthy, powerful, and enviable. The job I found was just a shade different (about as different as chalk and cheese), but nonetheless provided me ..
Researchers Develop New Polymer Film That Bends With Light
Science & Tech  (tags: polymer, polymer film, bends with light, development, Riken, the University of Tokyo, Japan, azobenzene, Riken Advanced Science Institute, muscles, battery, technology, research )

Naoko
- 1505 days ago - mdn.mainichi.jp
Researchers from science institute Riken and the University of Tokyo have succeeded in creating a polymer that bends when exposed to light, providing hope for the development of new muscle-like devices and battery materials.
New Rocket Engine Could Reach Mars in 40 Days
Science & Tech  (tags: development, humans, nasa, news, NewTechnology, performance, science, space solar power, space )

Dan
- 1745 days ago - space.com
A NASA astronaut has developed a revolutionary new rocket engine that can put a three-person crew on Mars. Extra power for the mission could easily come from space-based solar power via microwaves as described in the book Sunstroke by David Kagan.
Scientists Develop New Plastic Made From Sugar That Can Be Composted
Science & Tech  (tags: science, technology, research, development, plasics, sugar )

Beatrice
- 1764 days ago - telegraph.co.uk
Plastics could be made from sugar and composted at home.It could soon be composted at home along with organic waste. Researchers at Imperial College London have managed to transforms sugars found in fast growing trees and grasses into a large molecule
100 Eye-Opening Lectures on the Future of Engineering
Science & Tech  (tags: Engineering, lectures, technology, development, Internet )

Sophie
- 1776 days ago - toponlineengineeringdegree.com
These lectures - all TED Talks from men and women on the cutting edge of development - look at the limitless potential of sciences that support and are supported by engineering. Some provide goods and services to protect the environment.
Company Develops New Type of Computer Mouse
Science & Tech  (tags: science, technology, research, development, computer mouse, invention )

Beatrice
- 1786 days ago - infoniac.com
Deanmark Ltd. , a company based in Canada, has developed a special computer mouse that attaches to the user's fingers and wrist, thus considerably improving the navigation speed and accuracy when you work at a computer. The company's invention, called
Passion and Patience in Web Design Degrees
Science & Tech  (tags: Web Design Degree, Programming, Software Engineering, Development )

Nancy
- 1870 days ago - webdesignschoolsguide.com
Web design degrees require a focus on computer programming and development, although it caters exclusively to the design aspect, which allows students to experiment with their inner creativity.
Parallel Universes Beguile Science
Science & Tech  (tags: earth, development, Parallel Universes, space )

Brian
- 2544 days ago - chinadaily.com.cn
We may not be able -- as least not yet -- to prove they exist, many serious scientists say, but there are plenty of reasons to think that parallel dimensions are more than figments of eggheaded imagination.
Immune System May Target Some Brain Synapses
Science & Tech  (tags: humans, brain, development, neurons, synapses, complements, immune system )

Eduardo
- 2561 days ago - scienceblog.com
A baby's brain has a lot of work to do, growing more neurons and connections. Later, a growing child's brain begins to pare down these connections until it develops into the streamlined brain of an adult.
"Vibrating Mice" Develop Less Fat, Study Shows
Science & Tech  (tags: mice, development, fat, research, science, stem cells, vibration )

Eduardo
- 2615 days ago - news.nationalgeographic.com
Laboratory mice that spent 15 minutes a day on a vibrating platform developed 28 percent less fat than control mice during a recent experiment. These mice experienced very subtle, almost undetectable, tremors.
 

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