NASA PLANET WASP 18b LATEST EXOPLANET HUBBLE SPACE PICTURES IMAGES GAS

NASA PLANET WASP 18b LATEST EXOPLANET HUBBLE SPACE PICTURES IMAGES GAS

The composition of WASP-18b defies all expectations,” said Kyle Sheppard of NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland, lead author of the paper published in the Astrophysical Journal Letters. “We don’t know of any other extrasolar planet where carbon monoxide so completely dominates the upper atmosphere.”

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Source: Independent

ROBOTS WON’T STEAL OUR JOBS IF WE PUT WORKERS AT CENTER OF AI REVOLUTION

 

ROBOTS WON’T STEAL OUR JOBS IF WE PUT WORKERS AT CENTER OF AI REVOLUTION

We have been exploring these issues for years as part of our ongoing discussions on how to remake labor for the 21st century. In our recently published book, “Shaping the Future of Work: A Handbook for Change and a New Social Contract,” we describe why society needs an integrated strategy to gain control over how future technologies will affect work.”

Source: Futurism

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IBM IS MODELING NEW AI AFTER THE HUMAN BRAIN

 

IBM IS MODELING NEW AI AFTER THE HUMAN BRAIN

Currently, artificial intelligence (AI) technologies are able to exhibit seemingly-human traits. Some are intentionally humanoid, and others perform tasks that we normally associate strictly with humanity — songwriting, teaching, and visual art.”

But as the field progresses, companies and developers are re-thinking the basis of artificial intelligence by examining our own intelligence and how we might effectively mimic it using machinery and software. IBM is one such company, as they have embarked on the ambitious quest to teach AI to act more like the human brain.”

Source: Futurism

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11 BILLION-DOLLAR MEGA-PROJECTS THAT WILL TRANSFORM THE WORLD’S GREATEST CITIES BY 2035

 

11 BILLION-DOLLAR MEGA-PROJECTS THAT WILL TRANSFORM THE WORLD’S GREATEST CITIES BY 2035

The world is rapidly urbanizing. The United Nations predicts that the number of people living in cities could double by 2050 — to 6.5 billion.

These cities will likely look very different (and in some neighborhoods, gentrified) in the coming decades. Take a look at some of the biggest urban projects under construction below.

Source: Futurism

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