Group formed to support good AI

e385cf3745Group formed to support good AI.

Microsoft, Amazon, IBM, Google and Facebook announced the formation of the Partnership on Artificial Intelligence to Benefit People and Society.  We do not see Apple and Tesla.

The group is going to work together on best practices  – important topics as ethics, privacy, transparency, bias, inclusiveness, and safety.

What would you like them to work on?

Stomach ache? Try an origami robot!

85“In this July 13, 2016 photo, a tiny “origami robot” floats, at right, towards a “wound” in a stomach model at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge, Mass. Steven Guitron, a mechanical engineering masters student, and others at MIT have developed these tiny ingestible robots which are “folded up” – hence the name – and swallowed in order to complete certain tasks within the body. So far they can be used to patch wounds, remove foreign objects, and even deliver medicine within the body. The robots unfold when ingested, and can be controlled by magnet forces outside of the body. (Elise Amendola/Associated Press)

Impressed?

What uses can you think of for this??

The Most Basic Genome for Life

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Image: Giphy

Researchers developing the MOST basic genome life requires!

Did you think it was already possible to do this?

New Colors for limes?

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…redder flesh could actually be healthier.

The limes’ new healthier color is from anthocyanins (AN-thoh-CY-uh-nins). These are natural red and violet plant pigments.

What do you think?

 

Gravity waves from black holes verify Einstein’s prediction

What will they figure out first with this new proven knowledge??einstein

Check out this article!

Spermbots??

spermbotsA new very viable solution to infertility! Spermbots

How cool is that?

 

This cutting edge robotic surgery starts in Pittsburgh!

robotsurgeryThis Cutting edge robotic surgery has started first here in Pittsburgh. It’s a flexible robot and specializes in throat and neck surgeries!

What do you think robots can help us do next?