The Transhumanist Posts

09/07/2017 / / Biotechnology

Researchers at the Pittsburgh University; have recently uncovered the mechanism by which neurons maintain the process of simultaneous sending of signals to other neurons. The new findings that were made in mice and fruit flies are challenging the existing principle about how the chemical signals that are released by the neurons; dopamine communicates. These may have important associations for many of the dopamine-related diseases, including the Parkinson’s disease, schizophrenia, and addiction.

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09/06/2017 / / Biotechnology

A Pill that could be used for reversing the signs of aging moved a step closer as soon as the scientist made one of the major breakthroughs. They have been successful in discovering a drug that could have a dramatic effect on restoration of hair, energy levels, and kidney functions. The pill detects and destroys the broken cells that get accumulated as we start aging.

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09/05/2017 / / Biotechnology
09/04/2017 / / Technology

Microsoft made an impact in the world of devoted AI hardware today. The company introduced a low-latency and high-speed system serving of machine learning models. The team proposed a new system called Brainwave that will grant developers access to deploy machine learning models onto programmable silicon and will allow achieving high performance beyond what they could get from a CPU and GPU.

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09/01/2017 / / Technology

What are we Expecting?

Since years, we have been advised that automation is coming and that it’s going have a profound effect on the world of work. Moreover, we are familiar with the fact that robots are taking place in many fields of work from construction work to the delivery of the packages. The boundless adoption of this technology isn’t going viral as quickly as few of us have wanted.

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