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Robots are breaking out of their cages on the factory floor, and here's what they are doing

As companies aim to increase production, the demand for large-scale industrial robots is accelerating around the world. Yet while these robots are revolutionizing companies, their interactivity with co-workers could introduce the possibility of injury. One company is planning to change that.

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Can We Travel Faster Than Light? with Dr. Miguel Alcubierre

Can humanity build an Alcubierre warp drive? Can we go faster than light? Dr. Miguel Alcubierre was inspired by Star Trek the Next Generation's example of warp drive faster than light technology on the starship Enterprise. In 1994 he wrote a paper on how we could bend and warp space and time to travel faster than light within the rules of Einstein's general relativity.

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A German Circus Uses Stunning Holograms Instead of Live Animal Performers

At performances of Circus Roncalli in Germany, an elephant stands before the audience, its ears flapping and trunk wagging. It hoists up its hind legs as the crowd applauds. Then it disappears. The elephant, like the other animals featured in Circus Roncalli, is a 3-D hologram-a tech-savvy effort to preserve the flavor of historic circuses while eliminating concerns of animal cruelty.

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What if you could use diamonds instead of GPS to navigate? | Sifted

What if you could use diamonds instead of GPS to navigate? It is a proposition that has all the elements of a James Bond thriller: quantum mechanics, high-tech gemstones and, yes, spies. Lockheed Martin, the US defence contractor and Europe's Element Six, the synthetic diamond-producing arm of diamond company De Beers, are working on a navigation technology that would be perfect for covert operations because it is untrackable.

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AI deepfakes are now as simple as typing whatever you want your subject to say

In the latest example of deepfake technology, researchers have shown off new software that uses machine learning to let users edit the text transcript of a video to add, delete, or change the words coming right out of somebody's mouth.

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Editorial: A study in surveillance

THE ISSUE: A school district has installed a security system that uses facial recognition technology. THE STAKES: A moratorium on its use in schools would give the state time to set some rules - and weigh privacy concerns. These days, privacy seems a quaint notion: We give it away for convenience and online perks.

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SAIC Motor says world's biggest hydrogen-refueling station launched in Shanghai

Shanghai (Gasgoo)- The world s biggest and highest-level hydrogen-refueling station has been officially launched on June 5 at the Shanghai Chemical Industry Pa

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Interview with 2020 Presidential Candidate Andrew Yang: Krassencast Episode 17

In this episode we interview 2020 Democratic Presidential Candidate Andrew Yang. He discusses his opposition to President Trump as well as his idea of a $1,000/month freedom dividend, why artificial intelligence must be taken seriously, and his support for bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, among many other things.

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How AI is catching people who cheat on their diets, job searches and school work

Artificial intelligence is putting new teeth on the old saw that cheaters never prosper. New companies and new research are applying the cutting edge technology in at least three different ways to combat cheating - on homework, on the job hunt and even on one's diet.

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Widespread use of hydrogen energy essential for decarbonized society

Although the government views next-generation hydrogen energy as the most viable means of ushering in a decarbonized society, promoting the full-scale spread of that energy will be an arduous task. The public and private sectors should make even greater efforts to achieve this.

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"Is it unethical to not tell my employer I've automated my job?"

Roughly two years ago, a post on workforce question-and-answer site Workplace StackExchange generated a lively debate. The post, which has since been viewed nearly a half-million times, was by a user named Etherable, who designed an algorithm that transformed the substance of a 40-hour workweek into a two-hour project.

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Ai Build introduces computer vision for 3D printing quality control

Ai Build, a London-based AI and automated 3D printing specialist, has introduced a real-time quality inspection tool. Using computer vision and AI, the new feature of the AiMaker fleet will help improve the accuracy of large-scale 3D printing projects. According to Daghan Cam, CEO of Ai Build, "The milestone we are announcing today is a result of our [...]

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Artificial intelligence is coming. Will Congress be ready?

It can help trace missing children, but misidentifies people of color. It can help detect cancer, but may recommend the wrong cure. It can help track criminals, but could aid foreign enemies in targeting voters. It can improve efficiency, but perpetuate long-standing biases.

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How Far Are We From Achieving Artificial General Intelligence?

Although the vast gap between human intelligence and current AI capabilities push the expected materialization of artificial general intelligence far into the future, the unpredictably rapid growth of AI gives the impression that we won't have to wait too long to see generally intelligent machines.

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Think tank: Solving Air Force issues with artificial intelligence

CLOSE Air University's Squadron Officer School students pitch ideas to panel of experts Squadron Officer School students listen as they receive initial feedback on their Think Tank elective presentation, May 31, 2019, Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama. The students were given the challenge to figure out how Artificial Intelligence could be used to solve Air Force issues and better processes.

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