Jason Culwell

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Google’s TensorFlow AI framework adds Swift and JavaScript support

Google today unveiled a slew of updates to its popular TensorFlow machine learning framework to make it useful for a wider variety of developers and give data scientists new ways to get started building AI models.<p>TensorFlow is one of the most popular programming frameworks developers can use to set …

Machine Learning

Why It Shouldn’t Matter If We Repeal The Second Amendment

There is no legal right to own a firearm in the United States. The Constitution does not give citizens the right to own weapons, and no legal or …

Bill Of Rights

Cinnamon may help attack fat, fight obesity, study finds

University of Michigan research finds an essential oil in cinnamon attacks fat cells and could be used as a treatment to fight obesity.<p>The research …

Cannabis a medical miracle – it’s official

Cannabis is a ‘wonder drug’ capable of radically transforming the lives of very sick people, according to the results of the first clinical trials of …

The Legacy of a Narcissistic Parent

When Dr. Robin Berman was first establishing her own practice, she intended to work solely with kids—until she realized that she couldn’t do much for …

13 Cognitive Biases That Really Screw Things Up For You

The human brain is a natural wonder. It produces more than 50,000 thoughts each day and 100,000 chemical reactions each second. With this amount of processing power, you would think our judgment would be highly accurate, but that's far from the case.<p>Our judgments are often inaccurate because the …

Watch Soviet Scientists Bring a Dog’s Decapitated Head Back to Life

What was supposed to be the stuff of medical miracles ended up being a horror show.<p><b>A warning: the video above contains imagery of medical experiments</b> …

Being overweight 'ages people's brains'

<b>The brains of overweight people look "10 years older" than those of leaner peers, a study has found.</b><p>Brains naturally lose white matter - the part of the brain that transmits information - as people age.<p>But a Cambridge University team found that loss was exacerbated with extra weight - so an …

Cambridge University

Comment on We Might Live in a Virtual Universe — But It Doesn’t Really Matter by Nyremne

rtryonThere’s no logic in saying humans can’t know all so god exist and did everything.science dismiss god because of zero evidence and knowledge of …

Inventions

Researchers Find the ‘Holy Grail’ of Soft Robotics

A breakthrough for artificial, robotic muscles.<p>Robots are increasingly able to outperform humans in a variety of mundane tasks (and even in more technical areas like surgery), but for all that efficiency they are still by and large one trick ponies. Most robots are designed to perform one very …

New movie screen technology lets you see 3D without glasses

MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab (CSAIL) has created movie screen technology that lets you watch 3D movies without the stupid glasses.<p>Co-developed with the Weizmann Institute for Science in Israel, the technology actually makes the picture more crisp. Dubbed Cinema 3D, the …

Artificial Intelligence

What George Washington Knew About Vladimir Putin’s Political Hack

The Founding Fathers reflected on how foreign influences try to erode republican government. We should, too.<p>The idea that a foreign power might try …

Forget What You Heard: Jupiter Does Not Orbit The Sun

Jupiter, the fifth planet from the sun, gas giant, and subject of the Juno mission, is huge. <i>Huge.</i><p>It's so huge, in fact, that it doesn't actually …

'Cyborg' robot built out of sea slug muscle and 3D printing

Watch out for our new roboslug overlords. Researchers at Case Western Reserve University have created a robot made from the muscle of a sea slug in a flexible 3D-printed polymer body. It's just under 5 centimeters (2 inches) long, but the little robot has big implications.<p>"We're building a living …

Novel state of matter: Observation of a quantum spin liquid - Scienmag: Latest Science and Health News

Based on our everyday experience, we expect matter at low temperatures to freeze solid with the atoms fixed in a regular arrangement. The magnetic …

Encased in salt, a new clue to the evolution of life on Earth

By Shayla Love<p>, Features Intern<p>Almost all living things need oxygen to survive. The Earth’s atmosphere is currently around 21 percent oxygen, but it didn’t always provide that big of a breath of fresh air to its inhabitants. Millions and billions of years ago, oxygen levels were much lower, but …

Scientists Think They’ve Found the Ancient Ancestor of All Life on Earth

Meet LUCA, the shared relative of you and me and everything else.<p>As early as 3.8 billion years ago, life arose from the toxic waters of Earth's primordial slurry. Our ancient ancestor wasn't large, or complex, or even multicellular. As far as scientists know, it was probably just a single-celled …

Pokémon Go is nice, but here’s what *real* augmented reality will look like

Amidst the fervor created by the Pokémon Go app, Signia Venture Partners cofounder Sunny Dhillon shared an important perspective with his July 14 story, “Stop referring to Pokémon Go as augmented reality.” Yes the popularity of this game gives us a glimpse into consumers’ hunger for AR games, but …

Major breakthrough against heart failure after scientists use stem cells in 'astonishing' trial which could help millions

Heart attack patients who were not expected to live are fit and healthy after scientists regenerated their hearts with stem cells in a ground-breaking trial which could help millions of people with heart failure.<p>The research is the first to show that scarring of heart muscle, associated with a …

Menopause reversed as scientists successfully 'rejuvenate women's ovaries'

Scientists have announced they can now reverse the menopause in what is thought to be a major scientific breakthrough.<p>Trials claim to have …

Cops 3D-Printed a Dead Guy's Finger to Unlock His Phone

3D printing isn't just the inspiration behind a classic <i>Portlandia</i> episode. Though the practice still hasn't quite achieved household name status, the …

Google used DeepMind AI to cut its power bill

Google's grand experiment in using artificial intelligence to save power is paying off. The search firm's Demis Hassabis tells <i>Bloomberg</i> that the DeepMind AI has cut electricity use at Google data centers by "several percentage points" thanks to its extra-efficient use of equipment, such as cooling …

Renewable Energy

World-First Experiment Finds Our Eyes Are Capable of Detecting Individual Photons

Incredible.<p>Our eyes might be more awesome than we ever imagined.<p>A new experiment has shown for the first time that the human eye is capable of …

Mysterious Planet Nine May Be Responsible for the Planets' Weird Orbits

New research suggests that the hypothesized Planet Nine may explain why the orbits of the planets don't align with the Sun.<p>Earlier this year, astronomers made a shocking announcement that there may be a ninth planet orbiting in the far reaches of the solar system. Since then, evidence for Planet …

A 3,000-year-old world has been unearthed in England's Fenlands - CNN Style

Written by By Nick Glass, CNNCambridge, England<p>British archaeologists working on the Must Farm project in England's Cambridgeshire Fens can hardly restrain themselves.<p>Their online diary effervesces with superlatives -- "truly fantastic pottery," "truly exceptional textiles," "a truly incredible …

The Eagle has landed: 11 amazing facts about Apollo 11

How Salmonella Could Be Used to Kill Cancer

A genetically modified strain of the bacteria has successfully planted drugs in mice tumors.<p><i>Salmonella</i> bacteria are best known as a causes of food poisoning and typhoid fever. Every year, they sicken millions of people. But those in Jeff Hasty’s lab at the University of California, San Diego, are …

How to Recharge if You're Losing Motivation

<i>The MPW Insiders Network is an online community where the biggest names in business and beyond answer timely career and leadership questions. Today’s</i> …

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