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May 25, 2024

PureRef 2.0 Released With Revamped UI, Drawing & GIF Support

Posted by in category: futurism

The long-awaited PureRef 2.0 update has arrived, introducing visual and performance improvements, as well as some of the most requested features.

May 25, 2024

Deciphering how crystals form in non-classical ways

Posted by in categories: innovation, materials

Recent experimental advancements have enabled more accurate and in-depth analysis of these materials during and after formation. The review article examines two decades of research on the non-classical formation pathways of soft and organic crystalline materials. It details the current theoretical understanding of how these materials form through non-classical pathways, including distinguishing the processes of nucleation and growth across models.

Advances in experimental methods, including in-line scattering/spectroscopy detection, cryo microscopy, and in situ liquid-phase characterization, and their application to studying soft and organic crystalline materials are also discussed.

These experimental techniques have provided strong evidence for non-classical crystallization pathways, leading to key breakthroughs in understanding these processes. However, the sole presence of a specific final product or intermediate does not prove that a material formed via a specific .

May 25, 2024

Elon Musk says AI will eliminate all jobs, calls it his ‘biggest fear’

Posted by in categories: Elon Musk, employment, robotics/AI

Elon Musk, the billionaire CEO of Tesla, has said that artificial intelligence (AI) will eventually eliminate all jobs. However, he affirmed that this is not necessarily an adverse development.

Speaking at a startup and tech event in Paris on Thursday (May 23) via video link, Musk said, “Probably none of us will have a job”, while predicting a future where jobs would be “optional”

“If you want to do a job that’s kinda like a hobby, you can do a job,” Musk told VivaTech 2024. “But otherwise, AI and the robots will provide any goods and services that you want.”

May 25, 2024

Next big leap for Elon Musk’s Neuralink: Helping the blind see

Posted by in categories: Elon Musk, neuroscience

Musk revealed the company’s next ambitious goal: restoring sight to the blind.

May 25, 2024

Who will make AlphaFold3 open source? Scientists race to crack AI model

Posted by in category: robotics/AI

Researchers are aiming to create fully accessible versions of the latest iteration of DeepMind’s blockbuster protein-structure model.

May 25, 2024

Hyundai reportedly gearing up to bring hydrogen electric N Vision 74 supercar concept to market

Posted by in categories: energy, transportation

A recent report out of South Korea states that Hyundai Motor Group is beginning development of a new hydrogen fuel cell EV supercar based on its N Vision 74 concept from a couple of years ago. The Korean automaker is working on a development mule ahead of planned production in 2026.

May 25, 2024

New study offers a cleaner path for controlling water, transforming greenhouse gases

Posted by in categories: chemistry, engineering, sustainability

Scientists looking to convert carbon dioxide into clean fuels and useful chemicals often make hydrogen gas and carbonates as unwanted byproducts. A new paper from the UChicago Pritzker School of Molecular Engineering has found a cleaner path.

May 24, 2024

New study supports recommendation to begin mammogram screening at 40

Posted by in category: biotech/medical

A liquid biopsy accurately detected early-stage pancreatic cancer in a large study. More studies are needed before it’s ready for clinical use, experts said.

May 24, 2024

Space Force selects companies to develop concepts for simulated space war training range

Posted by in categories: cybercrime/malcode, military, satellites

Join our newsletter to get the latest military space news every Tuesday by veteran defense journalist Sandra Erwin.

In a statement May 22, the Space Force said this specialized environment will be crucial for training service personnel, known as guardians, to defend critical satellites and other spacecraft from electronic attacks. Satellites rely on electromagnetic signals for communication, navigation, and data transmission, making them vulnerable to jamming and cyberattacks.

May 24, 2024

Global navigation jamming will only get worse. The U.S. needs to move fast

Posted by in category: transportation

Jamming and spoofing attacks on GPS and other global navigation satellite systems (GNSS) are becoming increasingly common as geopolitical crises escalate, creating major challenges and risks for aviation, shipping and other critical services across the world.

Data from GPSJam.org has confirmed widespread GPS/GNSS interference across parts of Europe and beyond as an outcome of the war in Ukraine. Regions affected range from Finland and the Baltics to Poland, Romania and Bulgaria — in addition to the Black Sea, the Caucasus and Turkey. The Middle East is also being affected by interference stemming from Israel and Iran’s hostile activities in the region. Other interference efforts, albeit at a lower scale, are also regularly occurring in areas of Pakistan, India and Myanmar.

This interference can cause significant disruptions to airline take-offs and landings, leading to costly flight delays and flight plan changes. It also presents real risks for certain aircraft and airports. For instance, some airports rely solely on GPS signals for their method of approach —– this is why Russian GPS jamming forced Finnair to suspend flights to Estonia’s Tartu Airport earlier this year. In 2019, a passenger aircraft in Idaho nearly crashed into a mountain due to GPS disruption.

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