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Feb 17, 2024

AI-powered neurotech developer Elemind emerges from stealth with backing from Bezos, Gates

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, information science, robotics/AI, wearables

It’s electric! A startup emerged from stealth this week with grand plans to pioneer a new form of neurotech dubbed “electric medicine.”

Elemind’s approach centers on artificial intelligence-powered algorithms that are trained to continuously analyze neurological activity collected by a noninvasive wearable device, then to deliver through the wearable bursts of neurostimulation that are uniquely tailored to those real-time brain wave readings.

Feb 17, 2024

A causal perspective on dataset bias in machine learning for medical imaging

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, information science, robotics/AI

Machine learning algorithms play important roles in medical imaging analysis but can be affected by biases in training data. Jones and colleagues discuss how causal reasoning can be used to better understand and tackle algorithmic bias in medical imaging analysis.

Feb 16, 2024

ChatGPT is getting human-like memory and this might be the first big step toward General AI

Posted by in category: robotics/AI

A limited test that you control.

Feb 16, 2024

* Matt Wolfe: Most Insane Week of AI News So Far This Year!

Posted by in categories: Elon Musk, robotics/AI

* All-In Podcast: E166: Mind-blowing AI Video: OpenAI launches Sora, Biden too old? more * AI Explained: Sora – Full Analysis (with new details) * AI Explained: Gemini 1.5 and The Biggest Night in AI – YouTube.

* V-JEPA: The next step toward advanced machine intelligence * Marc Raibert: Boston Dynamics and the Future of Robotics | Lex Fridman Podcast #412 * Two Minute Papers: OpenAI Sora: The Age Of AI Is Here!

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Feb 16, 2024

Apple is pushing generative AI efforts with new tools for developers

Posted by in category: robotics/AI

Apple is working on a new feature for its Xcode development environment that could make coding a breeze for developers. The feature, reportedly similar to Microsoft’s GitHub Copilot, will use artificial intelligence to suggest and complete blocks of code in real time.

Generative AI for Xcode

According to Bloomberg, Apple is also looking into using AI to generate code for testing applications, which can be a time-consuming and tedious task for developers. The company is testing the new tools internally before launching them to the public, possibly later this year.

Feb 16, 2024

FTC Wants to Penalize Companies for Use of AI in Impersonation

Posted by in category: robotics/AI

The US Federal Trade Commission moved to put new rules into place around impersonation, citing the rising threat of scams enabled by generative artificial intelligence.

Feb 16, 2024

Students can soon major in AI at this Ivy League university—it’ll prepare them for ‘jobs that don’t yet exist’

Posted by in categories: employment, robotics/AI

As the use and development of artificial intelligence continues to grow, the University of Pennsylvania wants to train students to become leaders in the space.

Feb 16, 2024

Shocking Truth About AI, Chronic Disease, Toxins, Diet & Lifestyle For Longevity | Eric Topol

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

https://music.youtube.com/watch?v=n_LefGJgOJ8&si=UoInnL8Xy_wsXv_

Currently listening to this. He’s pretty decent, up there with Dr Daniel Amen in advancement/ideas. I barely started this episode but it seems AI can help in medicine and there’s more in this podcast concerning our personal health. This is some key issues for longevity.


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Feb 16, 2024

Brain augmentation and neuroscience technologies: current applications, challenges, ethics and future prospects

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, chemistry, employment, ethics, health, mathematics, neuroscience, robotics/AI

This isn’t rocket science it’s neuroscience.


Ever since the dawn of antiquity, people have strived to improve their cognitive abilities. From the advent of the wheel to the development of artificial intelligence, technology has had a profound leverage on civilization. Cognitive enhancement or augmentation of brain functions has become a trending topic both in academic and public debates in improving physical and mental abilities. The last years have seen a plethora of suggestions for boosting cognitive functions and biochemical, physical, and behavioral strategies are being explored in the field of cognitive enhancement. Despite expansion of behavioral and biochemical approaches, various physical strategies are known to boost mental abilities in diseased and healthy individuals. Clinical applications of neuroscience technologies offer alternatives to pharmaceutical approaches and devices for diseases that have been fatal, so far. Importantly, the distinctive aspect of these technologies, which shapes their existing and anticipated participation in brain augmentations, is used to compare and contrast them. As a preview of the next two decades of progress in brain augmentation, this article presents a plausible estimation of the many neuroscience technologies, their virtues, demerits, and applications. The review also focuses on the ethical implications and challenges linked to modern neuroscientific technology. There are times when it looks as if ethics discussions are more concerned with the hypothetical than with the factual. We conclude by providing recommendations for potential future studies and development areas, taking into account future advancements in neuroscience innovation for brain enhancement, analyzing historical patterns, considering neuroethics and looking at other related forecasts.

Keywords: brain 2025, brain machine interface, deep brain stimulation, ethics, non-invasive and invasive brain stimulation.

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Feb 16, 2024

Engineering with agential materials: from evolution to biological robotics, via bioelectricity

Posted by in categories: biological, robotics/AI

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