The AI experts and scientists have recently signed an open letter urging the United Nations to ban autonomous robots. The robotics industry leaders like Elon Musk and Google’s Mustafa Suleyman, the co-creator of DeepMind, they together warned the UN that they don’t have to act if it’s too late. Read the Post Elon Musk Leads Call To The UN To Ban Autonomous Robots Before It’s Too Late
Artificial intelligence has been in around us from a couple of years now. But this technology made to gather the attention of many with some interesting incidents. Mark Zuckerberg, the Facebook’s CEO is always found sharing a clear thought stating- AI would be the future of tech world. His thoughts and interest are not just limited to the self-operating systems like Facebook rather he is actively working on many other projects that are based on AI. Read the Post Mark Zuckerberg and Priscilla Chan Explaining Their Personal Experience About ‘Jarvis’
“An evolving Italian Surgeon has claimed that people who have their brains frozen, could be thawed within three years.”
The Director of the Turin Advanced Neuromodulation Group, Professor Sergio Canavero, is proposing to accomplish the first-ever Cryogenically frozen and thawed human head transplant within a time frame of 10 months and afterward, he wants to begin trials on the brain transplants.
Supersapiens’ writer-director Markus Mooslechner states a core question that: as artificial intelligence rapidly blurs the…
Once, Justin Kao during his drive was listening to the National Public Radio and heard about the latest discovery of “sweet tooth gene”. Kao is fond of eating cookies and thought to pay $5 to know if he could have that. Later, he thought that there could be millions of people who would be willing to pay bucks for revealing the tidbits in their DNA. Justin Kao, the co-founder of Helix San Francisco based company that secured $100 million in the last summer in a quest to create the first app store for genetic information.
Read the Post The DNA App Store- Helix: Sequence Once, Query Often