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Feb 25, 2024

Chinese researchers tout optical disk format with up to 125TB capacity

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New disks are Blu-ray-size but offer up to 10,000x greater capacity.

Feb 25, 2024

Copilot Evaluation Harness: Evaluating LLM-Guided Software Programming

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Feb 25, 2024

Here’s why Amazon and Jeff Bezos are joining the Dow Jones 30

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The online retail giant’s place in the corporate firmament is cemented with membership in the Dow.

Feb 25, 2024

There’s No AI Without Nvidia. Meet the CEO Powering the Future

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Tech companies can’t get enough of Nvidia, the chipmaker powering the AI revolution. Meet the CEO charting the company’s future—and the entire industry’s along with it.

Feb 25, 2024

The Future of Electronics: 3D-Printed Solenoids

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MIT engineers achieve a breakthrough in electronics with fully 3D-printed solenoids, revolutionizing manufacturing and democratizing access to technology.


MIT engineers pioneer 3D-printed solenoids, unlocking new possibilities in electronics manufacturing.

Feb 24, 2024

Speed of Light Could Be Dropped to Zero Using Crystals

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In a vacuum like space, the speed of light is just over 186,280 miles per second. Scientists have now shown it’s possible to slow it down to zero miles per second without sacrificing its brightness, regardless of its frequency or bandwidth.

Feb 24, 2024

Paper page — ToDo: Token Downsampling for Efficient Generation of High-Resolution Images

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ToDo.

Token downsampling for efficient generation of high-resolution images.


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Feb 24, 2024

Universal antivenom for lethal snake toxins developed by researchers

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Scripps Research scientists have developed an antibody that can block the effects of lethal toxins in the venoms of a wide variety of snakes found throughout Africa, Asia and Australia.

The antibody, which protected mice from the normally deadly venom of snakes including black mambas and king cobras, is described in Science Translational Medicine. The new research used forms of the toxins produced in the laboratory to screen billions of different human antibodies and identify one that can block the toxins’ activity. It represents a large step toward a universal antivenom that would be effective against the venom of all snakes.

“This antibody works against one of the major toxins found across numerous snake species that contribute to tens of thousands of deaths every year,” says senior author Joseph Jardine, Ph.D., assistant professor of immunology and microbiology at Scripps Research. “This could be incredibly valuable for people in low-and that have the largest burden of deaths and injuries from snakebites.”

Feb 24, 2024

(PDF) Universe as a partially computable information-processing system

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PDF | Universe as a partially computable information-processing system | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate.

Feb 24, 2024

We Talked to the Guy Who Wore a Vision Pro VR Headset at His Wedding

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Yes, software developer Jacob Wright wore his Vision Pro headset for a few wedding photos. No, he didn’t wear it during the ceremony.

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