Author: Oren Salomon

More AI Coming To Healthcare

Writing for Psychology Today James Lake gave an overview of advances in AI that will impact how mental health care is practiced in clinical settings. He says the result positive, with more individualized treatment and a mix of conventional and evidence-based complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) modalities. The key points are that AI will allow medical professionals to, Quickly extract useful […]

Playing Hide And Seek With AI And Privacy

An AI Learns To Play Hide And Seek, Humans Learn to Seek Bots, And Google Is Recording Us Again OpenAI released their new project on September 17th. It’s an AI that played over 500 million games of hide and seek. It learned to develop complex strategies and use tools. It even found flaws in the environment the […]

AI May Soon Save Your Life

Researchers at MIT have developed an AI called RiskCardio. They say the AI is able to estimate a patient’s risk of cardiovascular death after a 15-minute ECG reading. Scientists trained the AI with data from past patient outcomes. If a patient survived, their heartbeats are call normal; if a patient died, their activity was dubbed high risk. […]

Tom DeLonge Of Blink-182 leaked UFO Videos Say The U.S. Navy

We don’t live in reality. Time is fractured and Chris Evans needs to put the infinity stones back. After Tom DeLonge from Blink-182 became the frontman of Stars Academy of Arts and Science we knew that reality was a little off, but now the U.S. Navy is demanding answers after videos the department confirmed are real were […]

Scientists Have A Plan To Build A Lift To The Moon

It’s not exactly a “Stairway to Heaven,” yet researchers have thought of what gives off an impression of being a possible way to manufacture a lift to the Moon. Or then again, more precisely, a Spaceline from the Moon to the Earth. In a paper published in late August✎ EditSign, astrophysicists Zephyr Penoyre and Emily Sandson of the University of […]

Water Vapor Detected In Atmosphere Of The Planet K2-18b

Researchers have detected water vapor in the air of K2-18b, a conceivably habitable alien world about double the size of Earth. The findings, announcement made today (Sept. 11), follows released different study published yesterday declaring the revelation of water vapor, and likely clouds and even rain, on the planet. The far away planet (it’s around […]

U.S. Air Force Holds Space Wargame, I Hope They Invited George Lucas

On September 4th at Maxwell Air Force Base in Alabama, the Air Force Space Command started a wargame scenario set in the year 2029. Around 350 experts from at least 27 agencies are part of this wargame. Says Space.com. The scenario for the Space wargame is intended to address threats across diverse, operating environments. It’s intended […]

Google Launches And Open-Sources Machine Learning

Google open-sources NLS (Neural Structured Learning), a machine learning framework to train neural networks with structured data and graphs. Open-source software means the source code is released under a license where the rights holder grants anyone the right to study, change, and distribute the software. This is huge! Potentially letting more people play in the machine […]

European Space Agency Satellite Swerved Avoiding A Collision With SpaceX

Three months after Elon Musk’s SpaceX Corp. sent its first set of satellites into orbit, other operators are already veering to keep their own spacecraft out of harm’s way. The European Space Agency tweeted that it moved it’s Earth observation satellite Aeolus to avoid a possible crash with one of SpaceX’s Starlink satellites. The Musk-backed company launched its first […]