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Oct 19, 2023

Amazon promises quick turnaround pharmacy to doorstep prescriptions via drone

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, business, drones

Amazon is getting into the business of prescription drug delivery via drone to doorsteps, promising to do it within an hour from when an order is placed.

Oct 16, 2023

Engineering students are creating music and art using brainwaves

Posted by in categories: business, education, engineering, media & arts, neuroscience

The Georgia Institute of Technology course teaches engineering students to create art using brainwaves, either their own or someone else’s.

An uncanny course is being taught in the halls of the Georgia Institute of Technology. While the course, called Arts and Geometry, itself isn’t uncanny, it’s the distinct approach taken by the professor that is making waves, literally and figuratively.

The course teaches engineering students to create art using brainwaves, either their own or someone else’s. When the ions and neurons go about their business inside our brains, brainwaves are created in a pattern of electrical activity in the brain.

Oct 16, 2023

This award-winning 3D printable prosthetic is open access

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, business, cyborgs, neuroscience

In today’s world, there is much to be admired in someone who refuses to make a profit out of a good idea for the greater good. David Edquilang invented a new type of finger prosthesis called Lunet that has earned him awards around the world but he plans on making the design open access to benefit those who need it most.

Helping the greatest number of people

“Not every good idea needs to be turned into a business. Sometimes, the best ideas just need to be put out there,” said Edquilang in a statement issued by his university. “Medical insurance will often not cover the cost of a finger prosthesis, since it is not considered vital enough compared to an arm or leg. Making Lunet available online for free will allow it to help the greatest number of people.”

Oct 16, 2023

Suzanne Somers’ family reveals her cause of death: What to know about her health

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, business, health

Actor Suzanne Somers has died at the age of 76 after being diagnosed with breast cancer more than two decades ago, which ultimately was her cause of death.

Somers was best known for her roles in the hit sitcoms “Three’s Company” and “Step by Step,” and later in life for her health and fitness business ventures.

Somers died “peacefully at home” surrounded by her family on Oct. 15, one day before her 77th birthday, according to a statement to NBC News from Somers’ publicist on behalf of her family.

Oct 13, 2023

Elon Musk Unveils A Game-Changer For Investors

Posted by in categories: business, Elon Musk, robotics/AI, space

The richest man in the world is building a super-intelligent AI to understand the true nature of the universe. This is what the project means for investors.

Elon Musk held a Twitter Spaces event in early July to reveal, his newest AI business. researchers will focus on science, while also building applications for enterprises and consumers.

To participate, investors should continue to buy Arista Networks ANET (ANET).

Oct 12, 2023

SpaceX Starlink lands Maersk in new deal for Ocean fleet

Posted by in categories: business, internet, satellites

SpaceX’s Starlink satellite internet service has landed a new client in Maersk, as the two companies came to terms on a deal that would provide the company’s Ocean fleet with internet access.

Maersk announced this morning that more than 330 own-operated container vessels will now have Starlink installed, enabling the fleet to access high-speed internet with speeds at over 200 Mbps.

The logistics company said the deal with SpaceX’s Starlink service “is a leap forward in terms of internet speed and latency, which will bring significant benefits in terms of both crew welfare and business impact.”

Oct 11, 2023

Microsoft Patch Tuesday Haunted by Zero-Days, Wormable Bug

Posted by in categories: business, computing, security by @wirelesswench

Microsoft flagged two zero-day security vulnerabilities under active attack in October’s Patch Tuesday update, which affect Microsoft WordPad and Skype for Business. The release also features a critical-rated, wormable bug in Message Queuing that could instill terror for admins of vulnerable systems.

The two bugs are part of a cadre of 103 total CVEs addressed by the computing giant this month. The patches run the gamut of Microsoft’s portfolio, including Azure, ASP.NET, Core, and Visual Studio; Exchange Server; Office, Microsoft Dynamics, and Windows.

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Oct 9, 2023

Here’s where more than half of organizations are piloting generative AI

Posted by in categories: business, robotics/AI

A new Gartner poll reveals that genAI technology is being deployed by organizations for three key business processes, while a Google Cloud poll shows enthusiasm for AI tools among developers.

A poll of more than 1,400 executive leaders revealed a threefold increase in organizations piloting generative AI (genAI) and more than a doubling of those who have placed the tech into production.

The new Gartner Research survey revealed that 45% of organizations are running genAI pilots, and another 10% have put genAI solutions into production — a significant increase from an earlier poll conducted in March and April 2023, in which only 15% of respondents were piloting generative AI and 4% were in… More.

Oct 9, 2023

AMD CEO Lisa Su on AI and Nvidia: “I’m not a believer in moats”

Posted by in categories: business, robotics/AI

At this year’s Code Conference, AMD CEO Lisa Su revealed how the company is using AI in chip design, the future outlook of the GPU business and chip supply chain, and how AMD plans to compete with Nvidia’s H100.

Oct 9, 2023

Mo Gawdat: AI Today, Tomorrow and How You Can Save Our World (Nordic Business Forum 2023)

Posted by in categories: business, robotics/AI

Mo Gawdat openly discusses the current rate of advancement of AI and the expected technological innovation that will follow at the Nordic Business Forum 2023 in Helsinki on September 27, 2023.

Learning points:

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