India and Pakistan On the Verge of Another War

India and Pakistan are using airstrikes against each other and both also shot down each other’s fighter jets on Wednesday. Pakistan captured an Indian pilot. These are the first air strikes they have exchanged since 1971. Pakistan and Indian ground forces have exchanged fire in more than a dozen locations. A suicide car bombing on …

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India’s and Pakistan’s War and Nuclear War Plans

One of the most likely places for a major power war or nuclear war is between India and Pakistan. They each have between 80 and 200 nuclear weapons. This is the most likely place where a major nuclear war could break out. It is important for us to understand the situation and the thinking of …

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China Exporting Cheap Jets With Anti-Stealth Plane Radar

China has new anti-stealth radar using high-efficiency air-cooling systems for upgraded JF-17 and FTC-2000G export fighter jets. Various countries including Algeria, Argentina, Myanmar, Qatar, Egypt, Iran, Lebanon, Malaysia, Morocco, Nigeria, Saudi Arabia, Sri Lanka and Uruguay have shown interest in the JF-17. Pakistan is buying about sixteen JF-17 jets every year. The older JF-17 jets …

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The USA is no longer guaranteed future military technology dominance

The US has enjoyed complete military dominance since about 1985. The Soviet Union and now Russia is competitive with the number of nuclear weapons. Th Soviet Union also had a total volume of tanks and armored vehicles which the USA and its allies would uncertain of stopping or defeating. There is now the IISS 2018 …

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India and Russia are talking about upgrading Su-35 with stealth

The standard russian Su-35 jet is able to match performance characteristics of a fifth-generation fighter — with the sole exception of its lack of stealth capabilities. A fifth-generation variant of the Su-35 could mean just adding stealth modifications. Boeing has extensively modified the airframe of its F-15E strike fighter to develop the F-15SE Silent Eagle …

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Era of decisive short wars is over short of near genocide

short of total genocide, no country regardless of its war-withal can hope to achieve a decisive victory with a “short war” in today’s world. As the US is discovering eight years, trillion dollars, and over 25,000 casualties later—in Afghanistan. That era of “decisive” short wars, especially in the Indo-Pak context, is largely over because of …

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A real flying submarine drone

Innocorp has a new drone that is a flying submarine. It is an unmanned underwater vehicle (UUV), unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) drone and iot can transitio from water to air to land without any individual or multiple deployments, fission of elements, (as in rockets), or complicated maneuvering. Like the Murres, a unique seabird which can …

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Google’s Geoffrey Hinton Explains How Neural Networks Really Work and Deep Learning

Brian WangBrian Wang is a Futurist Thought Leader and a popular Science blogger with 1 million readers per month. His blog Nextbigfuture.com is ranked #1 Science News Blog. It covers many disruptive technology and trends including Space, Robotics, Artificial Intelligence, Medicine, Anti-aging Biotechnology, and Nanotechnology. Known for identifying cutting edge technologies, he is currently a …

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AI could be hugely impactful on jobs but we can compare to past innovations and dot.com era

Andrew Ng, chief scientist at Chinese Internet search giant Baidu and co-inventor of the Google Brain, believes there are other, more immediate risks concerning AI that aren’t getting enough attention. “I think that the conversation is distracting governments and society from the real ethical issues facing AI,” Ng tells TIME. “And we shouldn’t whitewash these …

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China will raise most of the world to a developed level or go bust trying

China’s One Belt One Road project will equal nine Marshall plans. China will spend 9% of GDP each year for 30 to 40 years The long term plan will build rail, ports, airports, roads, energy production, factories and massive urban developments from China to Europe and in Asia, Africa and Europe. It will continue the …

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Progress to an exact quantum description of chemistry with the first completely scalable quantum simulation of a molecule

Google has performed the first completely scalable quantum simulation of a molecule. Google worked with researchers from the Aspuru-Guzik group at Harvard and researchers from Lawrence Berkeley National Labs, UC Santa Barbara, Tufts University and University College London. The goal of their experiment was to use quantum hardware to efficiently solve the molecular electronic structure …

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