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5 key takeaways from Xi’s trip to Saudi Arabia

Abu Dhabi CNN — Years of growing relations between oil-rich Saudi Arabia and eastern economic giant China culminated this week with a multi-day state visit by Chinese President Xi Jinping to Riyadh, where a a number of agreements and summits heralded a “new era”. of the Sino-Arab partnership. Xi, who landed on Wednesday and departed …

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iTWire - TriggerMesh launches Shaker, an open source alternative to AWS EventBridge

iTWire – TriggerMesh launches Shaker, an open source alternative to AWS EventBridge

TriggerMesh announced Shaker, a new AWS EventBridge open-source alternative project to provide a unified event experience for cloud-native developers everywhere. More and more events are being made programmatically available to developers, and platform engineers, software vendors, enterprises, and system integrators all need easy access to events from all kinds of sources so that you can …

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Brain-computer interfaces could allow soldiers to control their weapons with their thoughts and extinguish their fear

Summary: Brain-computer interfaces are currently being used to help people with neuromuscular disorders regain daily functions such as mobility and communication. The military is developing BCI technology to help members respond quickly to threats. Researchers are investigating ethical issues related to the use of neurotechnologies such as BCI on the battlefield. Source: The conversation Imagine …

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Tools you can use today to build the plastics processing plant of tomorrow

Advanced technologies such as Artificial Intelligence (AI), Big Data and high-tech sensors are changing the dynamics of plastics processing by providing tools that learn from each other and make decisions to improve processes. Plastics processing equipment with automated technology allows the equipment to communicate and process data with little or no human intervention. These embedded …

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How Neurons Autonomously Regulate Their Excitability – Neuroscience News

Summary: The SLK protein plays a key role in the excitability and sensitivity of neurons, the researchers report. Source: University of Bonn Nerve cells can regulate their sensitivity to incoming signals autonomously. A new study from the University of Bonn has now discovered a mechanism that does just that. The German Center for Neurodegenerative Diseases …

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Big tech and community colleges team up in education

Big tech and community colleges team up in education

Neethi Anand Gangidi came from India to the United States to study Chemical Engineering. But when the Covid-19 pandemic created difficulties for him doctorate studies, she changed direction by studying artificial intelligence, or AI, at Houston Community College (HCC) in Texas. At HCC, Gangidi and a team of students worked on a difficult problem: finding …

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Harnessing immune cells in the brain to ward off Alzheimer’s disease and other neurodegenerative diseases – Neuroscience News

Summary: Researchers have identified a protein that could be harnessed to help microglia in the brain ward off Alzheimer’s disease and other neurodegenerative diseases. Source: The conversation Many neurodegenerative diseases, or conditions resulting from the loss of function or death of brain cells, remain largely incurable. Most available treatments target only one of the multiple …

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New chatbots could change the world.  Can you trust them?

New chatbots could change the world. Can you trust them?

This month, Jeremy Howard, an artificial intelligence researcher, introduced an online chatbot called ChatGPT to his 7-year-old daughter. It had been released a few days earlier by OpenAI, one of the world’s most ambitious AI labs. He told her to ask the experimental chatbot anything that came to mind. She asked what trigonometry was used …

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Top 5 Stories of the Week: Google Sheets Adds ML, AWS Eye Trends, ChatGPT Dangers, and More

Top 5 Stories of the Week: Google Sheets Adds ML, AWS Eye Trends, ChatGPT Dangers, and More

Check out all the Smart Security Summit on-demand sessions here. Even though the holiday season is in full swing, the tech world isn’t slowing down. This week brought new twists on established products as Google rolled out a beta version of Simple ML for Sheets, its cloud-based spreadsheet. The add-on borrows machine learning technology from …

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Move over ChatGPT, here is the ultimate artificial intelligence, AI Pacino

Move over ChatGPT, here is the ultimate artificial intelligence, AI Pacino

One of the little joys of being artificially smart is that it doesn’t take much effort to pass yourself off as smart at dinner parties and panel discussions. These are situational areas where a person’s intelligence is exposed, but only in bits and pieces, and that too, in conversations, big discussions, with the right amount …

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