Tag: transhumanism

10/03/2017 / / Transhumanism
09/27/2017 / / Biotechnology

In the year 2011, the computational biologist was trying to collaborate with molecular geneticist Joshua Levin, for testing a handful of methods for sequencing the RNA and testing the human cell. Where the scientists were aiming to push the technologies to the brink of failure and check which performs the best. They later processed the sample with the degraded RNA or the disappearing small amounts of the molecules. Read the Post Researchers Building a human cell atlas

09/26/2017 / / Technology

The first computers used to cost millions of dollars and were locked inside rooms that were equipped with some special electrical circuit and the air conditioning. The people who were expert in using that computer were first trained and were later made to write programs in the computer’s specific language. Read the Post Computers at the Speed of Thought

09/25/2017 / / Transhumanism

Since the year 2014, DeepMind has been playing the Atari Video Games. Initially, these are the machine learning systems that could be helpful in learning to win games and beat the human score but they couldn’t manage how they used to do it. And therefore, for every Atari video game, there is an all-new set of neural networks was required to be created. However, DeepMind has never been benefitted with its own experience until now. Read the Post Immitating The Human Brain

09/20/2017 / / Biotechnology

 

Three years back, Eric Marcotulli, Dan Alminana, and Leonard Guarent launched the Elysium. It’s direct to consumer company that connects the general public to scientists, enabling to cut the clutter. Crough the clutter in big pharma in kind of farm-to-table philosophy. Considering the Elysium’s scientists hailing from Harvard and MIT. Moreover, their advisory bragged seven Nobel Laureates in physiology and chemistry. There is obviously a compelling argument to trust that Basis. The company’s first product is actually “the one daily supplement your cells need.” Read the Post Elysium: Bio-Hacking Anti-Aging Product Shows Unique Band