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  • Disturbing video depicts near-future ubiquitous lethal autonomous weapons
    Campaign to Stop Killer Robots | Slaughterbots In response to growing concerns about autonomous weapons, the Campaign to Stop Killer Robots, a coalition of AI researchers and advocacy organizations, has released†a fictional video that depicts a disturbing future in which lethal autonomous weapons have become cheap and ubiquitous worldwide. UC Berkeley AI researcher Stuart Russell [...]

  • How to open the blood-brain-barrier with precision for safer drug delivery
    Researchers at Brigham and Women’s Hospital have developed a safer way to use focused ultrasound to temporarily open the blood-brain barrier* to allow for delivering vital drugs for treating†glioma brain tumors — an alternative to invasive incision or radiation. Focused ultrasound drug delivery to the brain uses “cavitation” — creating microbubbles — to temporarily open [...]

  • Consumer Technology Association inducts Ray Kurzweil, 11 other visionaries into the 2017 Consumer Technology Hall of Fame
    The Consumer Technology Association (CTA) inducted Ray Kurzweil and 11 other industry leaders into the†Consumer Technology (CT) Hall of Fame†at its 19th annual awards dinner, held Nov. 7, 2017 at the Rainbow Room, atop 30 Rockefeller Center in Manhattan. CTA, formerly Consumer Electronics Association (CEA), created the Hall of Fame in 2000 to honor industry [...]

  • Nearly every job is becoming more digital ? Brookings study
    Digital technology is disrupting the American workforce, but in vastly uneven ways, according to a new analysis of†545 occupations in a report published today by the Brookings Metropolitan Policy Program. The report, ?Digitalization and the American workforce,? provides a detailed analysis of changes since 2001 in the digital content of 545 occupations that represent 90 [...]

  • Mapping connections of single neurons using a holographic light beam
    Researchers at MIT and Paris Descartes University have developed a technique for precisely mapping connections of individual neurons for the first time by triggering them with holographic laser light. The technique is based on optogenetics (using light to stimulate or silence light-sensitive genetically modified protein molecules called “opsins” that are embedded in specific neurons). Current [...]


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