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Jan 4, 2023

How deep learning will ignite the metaverse in 2023 and beyond

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The metaverse is becoming one of the hottest topics not only in technology but in the social and economic spheres. Tech giants and startups alike are already working on creating services for this new digital reality.

The metaverse is slowly evolving into a mainstream virtual world where you can work, learn, shop, be entertained and interact with others in ways never before possible. Gartner recently listed the metaverse as one of the top strategic technology trends for 2023, and predicts that by 2026, 25% of the population will spend at least one hour a day there for work, shopping, education, social activities and/or entertainment. That means organizations that use the metaverse effectively will be able to engage with both human and machine customers and create new revenue streams and markets.

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Jan 4, 2023

GPT-4 could pass Bar Exam, AI researchers say

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

Researchers tested GPT-3.5 with questions from the US Bar Exam. They predict that GPT-4 and comparable models might be able to pass the exam very soon.

In the U.S., almost all jurisdictions require a professional license exam known as the Bar Exam. By passing this exam, lawyers are admitted to the bar of a U.S. state.

In most cases, applicants must complete at least seven years of post-secondary education, including three years at an accredited law school.

Jan 3, 2023

Hessid · Zetno Creator (AI Animation )

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This is generated using Stable diffusion’s deforun model.

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Jan 2, 2023

Ransomware impacts over 200 govt, edu, healthcare orgs in 2022

Posted by in categories: cybercrime/malcode, education, government

Ransomware attacks in 2022 impacted more than 200 hundred larger organizations in the U.S. public sector in the government, educational, and healthcare verticals.

Data collected from publicly available reports, disclosure statements, leaks on the dark web, and third-party intelligence show that hackers stole data in about half of these ransomware attacks.

Jan 2, 2023

What is the War in Ukraine Teaching Us About Our Reliance on Power Grids?

Posted by in categories: cybercrime/malcode, education, energy

Russia has focused its aerial attack on destroying Ukraine’s energy grid. Are all countries with national grids vulnerable to this type of assault?

National grids are not just vulnerable to third-party cyberattacks. In war, if the grid is targeted, it can be a country’s Achilles’ heel.

Jan 1, 2023

Is ChatGPT Creating AGI With Our Data?! Find Out What Elon Musk Thinks!

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Dec 31, 2022

The Four Fastest Growing And Most Rapidly Spreading Skill Sets In The Job Market

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

Who knows what impact the chatbot will ultimately have. But a new report from Burning Glass Institute done in partnership with Business-Higher Education Forum and Wiley shows that artificial intelligence and machine learning skills are not only among the fastest growing and widest spreading skill sets across industries in the job market—but having them can mean workers get paid more, rather than less in their jobs.

“The notion that automation is this lurking menace on the horizon is something we should rethink,” says Matt Sigelman, president of the labor market research nonprofit Burning Glass Institute. “We’re seeing that people whose work involves leveraging automation skills get paid significantly more than those who don’t.”

Dec 30, 2022

How Connecting our Brains to Computers Will Create a New Kind of Human | ENDEVR Documentary

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How Connecting our Brains to Computers Can Create a New Kind of Human | Artificial Intelligence | Investigative Documentary from 2019.

The symbiosis of the brain and artificial intelligence will give rise to a new humanity, a kind of “super-humanity”. Brain-machine communication will allow that the cognitive capabilities of the human being will enhance, giving rise to the first augmented humans. Connecting brains will be done, and we’ll have powerful synthetic telepathy technologies. It’ll be possible not only to read other person’s thoughts but also manipulate them. Neurotechnologies are about to cause a radical social shift that will change the concepts of the inner self and the very reality. Neurorights will be key points, as it will be mandatory to regulate the privacy of our conscious or even subconscious thoughts.
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Dec 30, 2022

If Brains are Computers, Who Designs the Software? — with Daniel Dennett

Posted by in categories: computing, education, neuroscience

Cognitive science sees the brain as a sort of computer, but how does education redesign these cerebral computers? Cognitive scientist, philosopher, and expert on consciousness Daniel Dennett explains.
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Dec 30, 2022

Albert Einstein and the Barriers of Mental Disorders

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Junior Division.

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