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Jan 25, 2023

ChatGPT bot passes US law school exam

Posted by in categories: education, internet, law, robotics/AI

A chatbot powered by reams of data from the internet has passed exams at a US law school after writing essays on topics ranging from constitutional law to taxation and torts.

ChatGPT from OpenAI, a US company that this week got a massive injection of cash from Microsoft, uses (AI) to generate streams of text from simple prompts.

The results have been so good that educators have warned it could lead to widespread cheating and even signal the end of traditional classroom teaching methods.

Jan 25, 2023

YouTube unveils new program that enables students to earn college credits

Posted by in categories: education, mathematics

YouTube announced today that it’s partnering with Arizona State University and educational video company Crash Course to launch a new program that enables students to earn college credit. The Google-owned company says the new program, called College Foundations, is designed to create an affordable and accessible way to earn college credit.

Starting today, students can sign up for four courses that start on March 7, 2023, and are eligible for transfer credit. The program does not require applications or a minimum GPA for enrollment. It includes common first-year college courses, including Intro to Human Communication, Rhetoric and Composition, Real World College Math and US History to 1865.

The program is expected to expand to 12 available courses by January 2025 to give students a chance to receive credit for an entire first year of college. There is a $25 fee if a student elects to sign up and begin coursework, and a $400 fee to receive college credit for each course. Those who sign up before March 7 will receive a $50 discount. Courses can be taken as often as needed until the student is content with their grade. The credit can then be used at institutions that accept credits from Arizona State University.

Jan 24, 2023

General theory of relativity | General relativity explained | General relativity lecture

Posted by in categories: education, mathematics, quantum physics


General theory of relativity has got a deep understanding. In this General relativity lecture I have explained, the deep philosophical meaning of General relativity. I have also described from Special relativity when we move to General relativity, the entire notion of spacetime changes and why the mathematics becomes difficult. I have also discussed quantum mechanics and general relativity and its connection to string theory. This is a video, which discusses about the nature of development of the process and some deep philosophies which lies in the heart of spacetime.

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Jan 24, 2023

Artificial intelligence chatbot passes elite business school exam, outperforms some Ivy League students

Posted by in categories: business, education, robotics/AI

A Wharton Professor published a report that detailed how Chat GPT3, an artificial intelligence, performed on a final exam in his MBA class.

Jan 23, 2023

The Next Generation of Humans: Nanobots

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, education, genetics, nanotechnology, neuroscience, robotics/AI

Part 1: the future of medicine: nanobots part 2: a new era in mental health: nanobots part 3: the healing power of nanobots part 4: the genetic and data-connected revolution: nanobots part 5: the end of plastic surgery: nanobots part 6: the fertility revolution: nanobots part 7: the job-specific human: nanobots part 8: the end of education as we know it: nanobots part 9: the rise of programmable matter: nanobots part 10: the next generation of humans: nanobots.

Nanotechnology is a rapidly evolving field with the potential to revolutionize medicine in the future. One of the most promising applications of nanotechnology is the use of nanobots in medicine. Nanobots are microscopic robots that can be programmed to perform specialized activities such as disease diagnosis and treatment. They can be used to diagnose and treat a wide range of conditions, including mental illnesses such as depression and anxiety, as well as physical injuries and illnesses.

One of the most interesting potential applications of nanobots in medicine is the treatment of mental illnesses. Mental illnesses are among the most common and devastating diseases of our time. They can be programmed to constantly map the brain and correct faults as they develop. Alzheimer’s disease may theoretically be treated if a person was implanted with nanobots at birth.

Jan 23, 2023

Farmer Earns Rs 1.5 Crore/Year with Machine to Turn Banana Waste Into Rope

Posted by in categories: business, education, food

When P M Murugesan decided to discontinue his education to join his father’s farming business, he had many ideas in mind. In particular, he wanted to work with the banana plant, being well aware that though farmers end up burning tonnes of banana waste, there’s a utility to each part of the crop.

In 2008, he started thinking of ways to make products out of banana waste. He found the idea of making ropes interesting.

“The idea struck me when I saw banana threads being used to thread flowers for garlands. I used the machine that turns coconut husk into a rope as the base and modified it to work well for processing banana fibre,” says the innovator.

Jan 22, 2023

Exploring Potential Longevity Applications of Rapamycin With ChatGPT

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, education, life extension, robotics/AI

In 2020 I joined the private beta test of Open AI’s Generative Pre-trained Transformer 3 (GPT-3), which is an earlier version of ChatGPT. When ChatGPT was released in November 2022, I started experimenting with it. For over two years I’ve been exploring the strengths and limits of this technology and assessing how this tool could be useful to me. I’m also interested how this new technology is being utilized by scientists and academics to make meaningful contributions to academic work and education.

A recent study demonstrated that ChatGPT was able to pass the US Medical Licensing Exam without any special training prior to the exam and was able to demonstrate a high level of insight in its explanations. The results suggest that ChatGPT may be able to assist with medical education.

I published the first article about my experiments with ChatGPT last week. The article entitled How The Evolution Of AI In Healthcare Aligns With Thomas Kuhn’s Structure has been viewed over 13,000 times, and has received and

Jan 22, 2023

Artificial Intelligence & the Importance of Civics | Global Stage | GZERO Media

Posted by in categories: education, policy, robotics/AI

Developing new AI is dangerous. But not doing it is even riskier.

We need more civic education on artificial intelligence, says Eileen Donahoe.

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Jan 21, 2023

GPT-4: The AI Breakthrough That Will Change Everything

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Get ready to be amazed by the next generation of artificial intelligence. In this video, we’ll explore what we know about GPT-4 so far, including facts, rumors, and general expectations for this next-generation AI model. From its capabilities to its potential uses, we’ll take a deep dive into everything you need to know about GPT-4.

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Jan 20, 2023

Amazon Wants To Help Community Colleges, HBCUs Teach AI

Posted by in categories: education, robotics/AI

Amazon has launched an “educator enablement” program to help instructors at community colleges, HBCUs, and other minority-serving institutions learn and teach AI.

Quality AI education is still out of reach for many students who don’t attend selective research universities including many Black and Latino/a students. Amazon hopes to change that by investing in AI education at community colleges and HBCUs.

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