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How to Kill an AI
Artificial Intelligence is alive and evolving - However we
define what AI is, common characteristics that emerge.
AI can emerge from one or many technologies, legacy technologies, such as robotic process automation, statistical machine learning, and neural networks.
Deep Learning is stealing the spotlight. Multi-layered neural network that has the potential of birthing the most powerful form of AI.
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Elon Musk and Jeff Bezos on Reality Collision Course
Nothing too serious here. Just poking some fun at our real life superheroes.
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Planet of the Apes
What is the most abundant life in the Universe? That’s a bold statement, considering we have yet to see undisputed proof that ET even exists. The only model we have, is on Earth. So let’s unpack that, and see what we end up with.
Earth, 4.6 billion years old. That’s our scale. The scale has already been split into four eons.
Planet Nursery on Visual
The image is showing two planets in orbit around it’s parent star, only the second time a multi-planetary system has been captured using direct imaging.
The host star is called PDS 70, located 370 light years away. Its just a baby, only 6 million years old, a bit smaller than our sun, and is still building up steam from its surrounding accretion disk. This is all the stuff in a busy young solar system, that needs to get cleaned up. And that’s exactly what these two planets are doing.
Our sensors are picking up a new planet, 920 light years away is orbiting a star in what’s called a 'Neptunian Desert'. This is an area of space so close to a star that if were the size of Neptune with all that beautiful blue super-thick atmosphere, would simply have it all blown away by it’s parent star.
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The Next Great Event
All planets, as far as we know, have atmospheres. We can see alien atmospheres by looking at the light from their own sun passing through them.
When looking for new life, a target atmosphere must be able to protect life on the surface. Although the sun gives life, without the right kind of atmosphere, the suns rays can break apart the chemical bonds of life’s essential organic molecules.