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Raw water is water taken directly from the stream: non-filtered, non-purified It cannot benefit your health, it might kill you. Don’t be naive – not everything “natural” or “raw” is good for you. If nature had had […]
It really is a pleasure to see two people with clear minds and sound logic have a constructive conversation: no logical fallacies, just a normal conversation on important topics – “a kind of mutual tutorial […]
Researchers from NVIDIA, led by Guilin Liu, introduced a state-of-the-art deep learning method that can edit images or reconstruct a corrupted image, one that has holes or is missing pixels. The method can also be […]
The terms and condition for the Boring Company’s new flamethrower – ahem, Not-a-Flamethrower – are anything but. Naturally, the eccentric billionaire (and real-life Bruce Wayne) would come out with ludicrous rules for his already outrageous new […]
Panellists: Elizabeth Parrish, CEO of BioViva Sciences Inc – known as “patient zero” for two anti-aging therapies that her company is researching. Ilia Stambler, Author of the definitive history of life extensionism, and Outreach Coordinator […]
This guide is for Ubuntu 16.04 Server for x64 platforms. It can also be used for Debian and Mint, but Python Support may be different (just google it, find package and that’s it!) If you’re […]
Yes, you read it right: the same dust collector you use to watch kitten videos can help scientists around the world to execute complex calculations in order to understand how proteins fold (which is essential […]
We would benefit greatly from surpassing the limitations of our monkey brains. If we are to construct such AI, we need to make sure we can understand it, and hopefully moderate it – ahem – […]
If you had to choose right now, how long would you want to live? 80 years? 90? 120? Longer? And do you think you’ll change your mind once you reach that age?
Fifty thousand years ago most humans died very young. As we learned how to use the resources around us to treat ourselves, this got better and better.