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artificial intelligenceAI Automated Atomic rewritable writing is a turning point for molecular nanotechnology

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Robert Wilkow has used machine learning techniques to control scanning tunneling microscopes (STM). they have shown a full alphabet of 8-bit memory and 192 bits of music. They have substantially improved automated hydrogen lithography (HL) on silicon, and transformed state-of-the-art …

artificial intelligenceOptical Neural Network Demo Chip

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Researchers at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) have made a silicon chip that distributes optical signals precisely across a miniature brain-like grid, showcasing a potential new design for neural networks. Above – NIST’s grid-on-a-chip distributes light signals …

artificial intelligenceDARPA will fund 18 month experiments of potential AI breakthroughs

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DARPA’s Artificial Intelligence Exploration (AIE) program will speed up AI development. It will streamline the contracting procedures and funding mechanisms to achieve a start date within three months of an opportunity announcement. Researchers will then work to establish the feasibility …

artificial intelligenceTau uses AI and blockchain so a stadium of people can understand each and reach enlightened decisions

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Tau is a blockchain system that intends to remove bottlenecks in large-scale human communication and accelerate productivity in human collaboration. They will use logic based Artificial Intelligence. Users can make statements to their Tau client. The Tau network matches consensus …

artificial intelligenceBubbles or multi-trillion dollar futures for Blockchain, Cryptocurrency, AI and Cannabis?

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The dot-com bubble was a historic economic bubble ran from 1997 to 2001. It was a period of extreme growth in the usage and adaptation of the Internet. Between 1995 and 2000, the Nasdaq Composite stock market index rose 400%. …

artificial intelligenceImpact of AI and Mobile Internet compared to Growth of China and India 2013-2025

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In 2013, McKinsey lists 12 disruptive technologies that would have multi-trillion economic impact from 2013 to 2025. Nextbigfuture compared this to expected GDP growth of nations. It is now five years down the line and we can see more about …

artificial intelligenceDoubling or tripling the pace of robotics and AI should not cause mass unemployment

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Productivity growth (a.k.a. “automation”) has been very weak for the last decade, averaging just over 1.0 percent annually. The Congressional Budget Office is only forecasting 1.8% per year productivity growth. Productivity growth averaged 3.0% annually from 1947 to 1973 which …

artificial intelligenceTry to job hop now to a safer career to avoid future automation work loss

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There have been hundreds of articles written about a wave of unemployment arising from the widespread automation of work. However, US labor statistics show that currently there are more job openings than there are job seekers. There have also been …

artificial intelligenceGoogle not helping US military with AI but will end up help China’s military AI

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Google is choosing to not help the US military with AI but is indirectly helping the Chinese military. Former deputy secretary of defense Bob Work points out * Google opened up an AI center in China * China will be …