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Jul 21, 2023

James Cameron Doubts AI Can Write Good Scripts, Says the ‘Weaponization of AI Is the Biggest Danger’: ‘I Warned You in 1984 and You Didn’t Listen’

Posted by in categories: entertainment, robotics/AI

James Cameron has no intention of using artificial intelligence to write a film script. In a new interview with CTV News, the Oscar winner expressed doubt over AI bots being able to write “a good story.”

According to Cameron: “I just don’t personally believe that a disembodied mind that’s just regurgitating what other embodied minds have said — about the life that they’ve had, about love, about lying, about fear, about mortality — and just put it all together into a word salad and then regurgitate it…I don’t believe that’s ever going to have something that’s going to move an audience. You have to be human to write that. I don’t know anyone that’s even thinking about having AI write a screenplay.”

Jul 21, 2023

How CRISPR could help save crops from devastation caused by pests

Posted by in categories: bioengineering, biotech/medical, food

Gene editing insects could help reduce reliance on pesticides—and help protect billion-dollar industries.

Jul 21, 2023

5 Healthy Habits That Help You During Lung Cancer Treatment

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, health

If you’re fighting cancer, a healthy lifestyle can help you stay well during and after treatment. Research suggests that good nutrition, exercise and other healthy behaviors may improve your quality of life during treatment.

“Taking charge of your health by developing healthy habits empowers you to cope better with your treatment and any side effects you may have,” says Lonny Yarmus, D.O., a board certified interventional pulmonologist at the Lung Cancer Program at the Sidney Kimmel Comprehensive Cancer Center.

Jul 21, 2023

Digital technologies for effective geriatric care: successes, challenges and future perspectives

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, life extension, wearables

In a recent perspective piece published in the Nature Medicine Journal, researchers discussed the current achievements, challenges, and potential opportunities in using digital technologies, such as remote medicine and wearables in geriatric medicine and care.

Study: Digital health for aging populations. Image Credit: GroundPicture/

Jul 21, 2023

How Coders Can Survive—and Thrive—in a ChatGPT World

Posted by in category: robotics/AI

4 tips for programmers to stay ahead of generative AI.

Jul 21, 2023

China mandates that AI must follow “core values of socialism”

Posted by in categories: policy, robotics/AI

China wants to balance socialist principles with development.

Jul 21, 2023

This robotic arm study is preparing us for our cyborg future

Posted by in categories: cyborgs, robotics/AI

A new study at the University of Tokyo aims to find out how people feel using robotic arms — and sharing them with others.

Jul 21, 2023

Tesla is the next Apple and its valuation could soar by another $190 billion, Wedbush says

Posted by in categories: Elon Musk, sustainability, transportation

Shares in Elon Musk’s EV maker could hit $350, analyst Dan Ives wrote in a new research note following its second-quarter results.

Jul 21, 2023

AIs trained on AI-generated images produce glitches and blurs

Posted by in category: robotics/AI

Using AI-generated images to train AI quickly creates a loop where the results get worse in either quality or visual diversity.

By Jeremy Hsu

Jul 21, 2023

The Only Thing Keeping South Africa From Chaos Is Its Private Sector

Posted by in categories: government, policy

Corruption, government incompetence and policy paralysis risk turning Africa’s most-industrialized nation into a failing state, leaving the ANC struggling to hang on to power.

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