Nuclear Pasta In Neutron Stars May Be The Strongest Material In The Universe

Nuclear pasta in neutron stars may be the strongest material in the universe

A strand of spaghetti snaps easily, but an exotic substance known as nuclear pasta is an entirely different story. Predicted to exist in ultradense dead stars called neutron stars, nuclear pasta may be the strongest material in the universe.

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Many Populations Fear Big Job Loss From Automation

Many populations fear big job loss from automation: survey

NEW YORK (AFP) – The public is broadly fearful that automation will lead to significant job losses, with many populations skeptical the technologies will boost economic efficiency, according to a survey of 10 countries released Thursday.

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Silicon Valley’s Futile Search for Utopia

Silicon Valley’s Futile Search for Utopia Via the ‘Perfect Algorithm’

I find myself thinking quite a bit about algorithms these days. The word itself derives from the Latinized name of the Persian scholar Mohammed ibn-Musa al-Khwarizmi, reputedly the inventor of algebra, who flourished during the Abbasid Caliphate in ninth-century Baghdad. 1200 years later with the…

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Regrowing dental tissue with stem cells from baby teeth

Regrowing dental tissue with stem cells from baby teeth | Penn Today

In a clinical trial led by Songtao Shi of the School of Dental Medicine, stem cells extracted from baby teeth were used to regrow the living tissue in teeth damaged by injury. The promising findings highlight the potential of dental stem cells, which could be used in a wide range of dental procedures, or treating certain systemic diseases.

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Stuart Russell on Artificial Intelligence: What if we succeed?

Stuart Russell on Artificial Intelligence: What if we succeed?

Podcast: Play in new window | Download | Embed Stuart Russell is a professor of Computer Science at UC Berkeley as well as co-author of the most popular textbook in the field – Artificial Intelligence: A Modern Approach.

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Mushrooms could solve the war on plastic, says Kew Gardens

Mushrooms could solve the war on plastic, says Kew Gardens

Fungi could be the key to winning the war on plastic, leading scientists at Kew Gardens has said. The first ever report on the state of the world’s fungi has today revealed that if the natural properties of fungus can be harnessed and developed, plastic could be broken down naturally in weeks rather than years.

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How AI Changed Organ Donation In The US

How AI changed organ donation in the US

There used to be only three ways off of a kidney transplant waiting list. The first was to find a healthy person from within one’s own pool of friends and family, who perfectly matched both the recipient’s blood and tissue types, and possessed a spare kidney he or she was willing to part with.

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AI will create $13 trillion in value by 2030

AI will create $13 trillion in value by 2030 | ZDNet

Consultant firm McKinsey reckons artificial intelligence (AI) will boost productivity way more than the steam engine was able to in the 1800s. McKinsey’s latest forecast of AI’s impact on the global economy is that it will have generated $13 trillion in economic activity across the world by 2030, despite causing upheaval for many people.

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Want To Snag A Job Mining Asteroids Someday?

Want to snag a job mining asteroids someday? You can now get your masters in it.

ASTEROIDS APLENTY. Our solar system has no shortage of asteroids. At last count, NASA estimated there were 781,454 of the rocky bodies orbiting our Sun. Tens of thousands of those are floating between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter in an area appropriately named the asteroid belt.

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Flower-shaped solar panel now sold in the U.S.

Flower-shaped solar panel now sold in the U.S.

Homes of the future will increasingly be built with sustainability in mind; California will require solar panels on all new homes by 2020. But exactly what that solar power might look like may surprise you.

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