Miguel A. Hernández

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Millennials Face a Brave New World at Work. Here's What It's Going to Look Like

Our understanding of values, intelligence, and work itself all require a facelift.<p>Let's begin with some mind-blowing statistics:<p>Today, the richest 62 people in the world have the same wealth as 50 percent of the entire world's population.<br>• In 7 years, millennials will make up 75 percent of the …

Dell Wants to Mine Old Computers for Gold and Turn It Into Jewelry

Dell has a new initiative - mining old or broken laptops for gold and turning the recycled metal into jewelry.<p>The tech giant wants to encourage …

This robot has a musculoskeletal structure that mimics a human's

A small team of Japanese engineers has created two humanoid robots that mimic the human body with an unprecedented degree of anatomical fidelity …

Hallucination Machine Gives Users Experience Of Trip Without Drugs

It's a psychedelic trip, without the psychedelics.<p>Scientists have created a machine that produces vivid hallucinations mimicking the powerful …

This Boston Dynamics Atlas video won’t help your robot-apocalypse fears

Remember Boston Dynamics‘ Atlas robot, the robot that just a few years ago was toddling around with a physical cable tethering it to its controller? …

A Helium-Resistant Material Could Finally Usher in The Age of Nuclear Fusion

"We were blown away by what we saw."<p>A collaboration of engineers and researchers has found a way to prevent helium, a byproduct of the fusion …

Energy

Stephen Hawking: artificial intelligence could destroy human race

Artificial Intelligence could lead to the destruction of humanity, acclaimed physics professor Stephen Hawking has warned.<p>If left unchecked, the …

Secret HPE AI chip, TensorFlow updates, neural networks writing themselves – and more

<b>Roundup</b> Your weekend dose of machine-learning updatesIt's been an interesting fortnight, sorry, two weeks in AI. In addition to what we've already …

Nearly every Intel CPU since Skylake found vulnerable to USB based attack

The Intel Management Engine goes unnoticed by most users, but the subsystem plays a very important role in Intel-based systems. Since 2008, nearly …

This is the Age of "Big Data." And It’s Changing Everything.

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Employment

IBM Just Announced an Insanely Powerful 50-Qubit Quantum Computer

Along with even more quantum computing records.<p>At the IEEE Industry Summit on the Future of Computing in Washington DC on Friday, IBM announced the …

Futuristic bionic arms now available for the nation's bravest

American military members make many sacrifices serving the United States. In fact, more than 1,600 have suffered the loss of a limb in Iraq and Afghanistan.<p>Until now, options for those who have endured an arm amputation have been limited. The quality of prosthetics has been entirely unworthy of the …

The Next Great Digital Transformation Is Almost Upon Us and It Will Be Truly Different | Inc.com

When engineers from Xerox PARC showed off their revolutionary new personal computer, the Alto, at the company's global conference in 1977, senior executives weren't particularly impressed. It just didn't seem to be relevant to their jobs or their business. Their wives, however, were transfixed.<p>The …

Algorithms

To teach Computer Science properly, England's schools need more money and staff

The Royal Society today released a damning report highlighting the woeful state of computer science education in England. There’s bad news all around, but here are the headline figures: 54 percent of English schools don’t offer Computer Science GCSEs; only 1 in 5 Computer Science GCSE students are …

Watch Starship Troopers now: it’s reality, not sci-fi

There’s an image from Starship Troopers – 20 years old this week – that has been carved into the walls of my memory ever since I first watched it as an awestruck, acne-ridden teen.<p>Before this moment we had been treated to a pastiche of Hollywood military training set pieces – goofy recruits, …

Science Fiction

Star Wars Versions Of Nvidia's $1200 Titan Xp GPU Revealed

If you've got a clear PC case, a need to upgrade your GPU, and some disposable income, Nvidia's latest video card reveal might be for you. The hardware manufacturer announced two Star Wars versions of its highest-end GPU, the $1200 Titan Xp.<p>There's both a light-side version and a dark-side version …

Asus ROG Swift PG248Q review: A 180Hz miracle monitor?

Buying a monitor used to be a fairly simple affair. You’d pick one black rectangle from the dozens of other black rectangles, and if you really …

Dinosaurs may have pushed ancient mammals to be nocturnal

Mammals were primarily nocturnal until about 66 million years ago — about the time when dinosaurs were wiped out. Then, they became diurnal creatures …

Dinosaurs

This Chatbot Will Help You Sue Anyone - MIT Technology Review

As a young programmer, Joshua Browder built a chatbot to act as a kind of AI lawyer that would help people dispute parking tickets. Not only did it …

Intelligence

BitTorrent inventor announces eco-friendly bitcoin competitor Chia

A bitcoin transaction wastes as much electricity as it takes to power an American home for a week, and legendary coder Bram Cohen wants to fix that. And considering he invented the ubiquitous peer-to-peer file transfer protocol BitTorrent, you should take him seriously.<p>Cohen has just started a new …

AMD Ryzen powers to best PC component of 2017 award honours

<b>AMD’s Ryzen line of processors beats rivals from Intel to take the coveted title PC Component of the Year at the Trusted Reviews Awards.</b><p>AMD’s Ryzen …

3D printing makes stainless steel three times stronger

The new printing process has the potential to revolutionize how we manufacture steel.<p><i>Video: New 3D printing technique creates stronger stainless steel</i><p>…

This tiny mint box is actually a gaming console packing a Raspberry Pi

Watch out, Nintendo: Raspberry Pi enthusiasts are building their own gaming consoles and this latest one is actually pretty awesome.<p>Using a Raspberry Pi computer and an Altoids mint box, recreational inventor and YouTuber Sudomod has designed a fully-functioning gaming device that actually fits in …

One Metal Will Be Transformed by the Electric Car Boom

Glencore Plc and Trafigura Group Pte are often at loggerheads, but one thing they agree on: the nickel market will be transformed by the rise of …

Electric Vehicles

Quantum Weirdness of Light Was Just Confirmed by Shooting Photons Into Space

Einstein is still wrong on this one.<p>Quantum physics' two-faced nature has been put to the test over and over again, and every time it's still damn …

Quantum Physics

This Terrifyingly Lifelike Robot Just Trolled Elon Musk And Gently Threatened The Human Race

'Be nice to me, I'll be nice to you.' 😳<p>When the robot takeover of the world happens, we hoped it wouldn’t be a sci-fi cliche. But it seems we hoped …

If launching a career in AI is your thing, this online course can get you started

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Microsoft MakeCode for Minecraft makes learning computer science easy and fun, especially for kids

<b>Microsoft</b>'s MakeCode team has come up with an innovative approach to make learning software development fun, especially for children. The MakeCode …

Russia’s future soldier super suits are getting nuclear-proof accessories

In the never-ending forward march of military technology, Russia made a big leap in July when it showed off its vision for foot soldiers of the …

How a Young Med Student Took On Cancer

Ari Bernstein was 22 years old and five months into his first semester at Albert Einstein College of Medicine when he learned he was sick. Sometime last November, he began noticing his neck was sore, and felt a lump at the base of his neck. When he had it checked in December, it turned out to be …