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Like a Child, This Brain-Inspired AI Can Explain Its Reasoning

Children are natural scientists. They observe the world, form hypotheses, and test them out. Eventually, they learn to explain their (sometimes endearingly hilarious) reasoning. AI,...

Google Just Released Two Open AI Models That Can Run on Laptops

Last year, Google united its AI units in Google DeepMind and said it planned to speed up product development in an effort to catch...

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ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE OpenAI Teases an Amazing New Generative Video Model Called Sora Will Douglas Heaven | MIT Technology Review "OpenAI has built a striking new generative video...

Why the New York Times’ AI Copyright Lawsuit Will Be Tricky to Defend

The New York Times’ (NYT) legal proceedings against OpenAI and Microsoft has opened a new frontier in the ongoing legal challenges brought on by...

Scientists Say New Hybrid Beef Rice Could Cost Just a Dollar per Pound

Here’s a type of fusion food you don’t see every day: fluffy, steamed grains of rice, chock-full of beef cells. It sounds Frankenstein. But the...

These Glow-in-the-Dark Flowers Will Make Your Garden Look Like Avatar

The sci-fi dream that gardens and parks would one day glow like Pandora, the alien moon in Avatar, is decades old. Early attempts to...

AI Is Everywhere—Including Countless Applications You’ve Likely Never Heard Of

Artificial intelligence is seemingly everywhere. Right now, generative AI in particular—tools like Midjourney, ChatGPT, Gemini (previously Bard), and others—is at the peak of hype. But...

An Antibiotic You Inhale Can Deliver Medication Deep Into the Lungs

We’ve all been more aware of lung health since Covid-19. However, for people with asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), dealing with lung problems...
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This Week’s Awesome Tech Stories From Around the Web (Through February 10)

COMPUTING Sam Altman Seeks Trillions of Dollars to Reshape Business of Chips and AI Keach Hagey | The Wall Street Journal "The OpenAI chief executive officer is...

It Will Take Only a Single SpaceX Starship to Launch a Space Station

SpaceX's forthcoming Starship rocket will make it possible to lift unprecedented amounts of material into orbit. One of its first customers will be a...

Partially Synthetic Moss Paves the Way for Plants With Designer Genomes

Synthetic biology is already rewriting life. In late 2023, scientists revealed yeast cells with half their genetic blueprint replaced by artificial DNA. It was a...

Scientists ‘Astonished’ Yet Another of Saturn’s Moons May Be an Ocean World

Liquid water is a crucial prerequisite for life as we know it. When astronomers first looked out into the solar system, it seemed Earth...

This AI Is Learning to Decode the ‘Language’ of Chickens

Have you ever wondered what chickens are talking about? Chickens are quite the communicators—their clucks, squawks, and purrs are not just random sounds but...

A One-and-Done Injection to Slow Aging? New Study in Mice Opens the Possibility

A preventative anti-aging therapy seems like wishful thinking. Yet a new study led by Dr. Corina Amor Vegas at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory describes a...

This Week’s Awesome Tech Stories From Around the Web (Through February 3)

ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE I Tested a Next-Gen AI Assistant. It Will Blow You Away Will Knight | Wired "When the fruits of the recent generative AI boom get...

These Technologies Could Axe 85% of CO2 Emissions From Heavy Industry

Heavy industry is one of the most stubbornly difficult areas of the economy to decarbonize. But new research suggests emissions could be reduced by...

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