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https://wkk.usa.mybluehost.me/mazda-just-proved-that-synthetic-fuels-could-be-the-future/
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EV
Mazda recently demonstrated that synthetic fuels have the potential to become the future of automotive technology. Synthetic fuels are developed through a chemical conversion process that produces zero emissions and can be used in existing gasoline engines. Mazda has already tested its synthetic fuel with a series of tests and achieved impressive results, showing that it has higher energy efficiency, lower exhaust emissions and better engine performance when compared to regular gasoline. Additionally, Mazda's synthetic fuels are sourced from renewable sources such as sugarcane and wood chips, making it an eco-friendly alternative. With this new technology, Mazda is taking steps to reduce carbon dioxide emissions from their vehicles and create a cleaner environment for generations to come. Furthermore, Mazda is also exploring other synthetic fuel options such as methanol, which could prove to be even more efficient and cost-effective for drivers. The possibilities for this new form of energy are endless, and Mazda's success in creating a sustainable and green form of transportation could revolutionize the auto industry going forward. To read more, use the button below to open the original external article.
Ụbọchị mbipụta: 01 Feb 2023
46345
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https://www2.deloitte.com/us/en/insights/focus/tech-trends/2023/trustless-blockchain-decentralized-internet.html
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Deloitte
Deloitte's research into trustless blockchain technology and decentralized internet shows that these technologies are a promising solution to the current challenges in digital trust. Trustless blockchain technology provides an immutable, secure system for storing and transferring data and funds, while decentralized internet solutions offer increased privacy, scalability, and control over how users access the web. As the technologies continue to evolve, businesses will have the opportunity to leverage these solutions to better protect their data, increase efficiency, streamline processes, and create new business models. Additionally, users can benefit from more secure online communications as well as opportunities for enhanced user experience with greater control over their data. In conclusion, trustless blockchain technology and decentralized internet represent potential game-changers in terms of digital trust solutions that could deliver improved experiences for both businesses and individuals alike. To read more, use the button below to open the original external article.
Ụbọchị mbipụta: 01 Feb 2023
46343
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https://arxiv.org/pdf/2212.13138.pdf
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Cornell University
This study introduces MultiMedQA and HealthSearchQA, two new benchmark datasets for assessing large language models (LLMs) in medical applications. The proposed evaluation framework considers factuality, precision, potential harm, and bias when evaluating LLM predictions. This study also evaluates PaLM (540-billion parameter LLM) and its instruction-tuned variant, FlanPaLM, on the MultiMedQA benchmark. FlanPaLM surpasses prior state-of-the-art with an accuracy of 67.6% on MedQA (US Medical License Exam questions). Instruction prompt tuning is then used to create a model called Med-PaLM which performs encouragingly but remains inferior to clinicians. This study highlights the importance of careful evaluation frameworks and method development when creating safe and reliable LLM models for medical applications. It illustrates that comprehension, recall of knowledge, and medical reasoning can improve with model scale and instruction prompt tuning, showing the potential utility of LLMs in medicine. To read more, use the button below to open the original external article.
Ụbọchị mbipụta: 01 Feb 2023
46342
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https://www.economist.com/leaders/2023/01/12/the-destructive-new-logic-that-threatens-globalisation
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The Economist
The article "The destructive new logic that threatens globalisation" highlights the growing trend of protectionism and nationalism sentiments that are undermining the principles of globalisation. The author argues that the current political climate is marked by a rejection of the traditional liberal order and a shift towards a more inward-looking and isolationist approach. This is evident in the rise of populist movements and the increasing frequency of trade conflicts and tariffs. The article suggests that this shift in attitude is driven by a sense of disillusionment and frustration among certain sections of society who feel left behind by the economic and social changes brought about by globalisation. To read more, use the button below to open the original external article.
Ụbọchị mbipụta: 01 Feb 2023
46341
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https://www.popularmechanics.com/technology/infrastructure/a42387838/flow-battery-army-testing/
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Ndị Mechanics
According to a recent report from Popular Mechanics, the United States Army is testing a new type of battery known as a flow battery. Flow batteries are unique in that they store energy in liquid form, rather than in solid electrodes like traditional batteries. This allows for a potentially limitless amount of energy storage, as the liquids can be easily replenished as needed. The Army is particularly interested in flow batteries for use in remote locations, such as military bases, where traditional power sources may not be available or reliable. The report states that the Army has been testing a vanadium flow battery, which is known for its long lifespan and ability to withstand extreme temperatures. The goal of the testing is to determine the feasibility of using flow batteries as a primary power source for military operations in remote locations. The results of the tests have not been released yet, but if successful, flow batteries could revolutionize the way the military manages power in the field. Flow batteries are also seen as a promising technology in the field of renewable energy, as they could be used to store excess energy generated by solar and wind power systems. To read more, use the button below to open the original external article.
Ụbọchị mbipụta: 01 Feb 2023
46339
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https://www2.deloitte.com/us/en/insights/focus/tech-trends/2023/future-mainframe-technology-latest-trends.html
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Deloitte
The future of mainframe technology is becoming increasingly relevant in today's digital landscape as businesses continue to rely on large-scale data processing and storage. According to Deloitte's recent report on tech trends for 2023, there are several key trends that are shaping the future of mainframe technology. One of the most significant trends is the shift towards cloud-based mainframe platforms, which allow for more flexible and cost-effective deployment of mainframe resources. Additionally, advancements in artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) are also driving the development of new mainframe technologies, such as cognitive computing and self-healing systems. To read more, use the button below to open the original external article.
Ụbọchị mbipụta: 31 Jan 2023
46338
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https://arena.gov.au/blog/solar-research-funding-to-drive-costs-lower/
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ARENAWIRE
The Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) has announced a new funding round for solar research, aimed at driving down the costs of solar energy and making it more accessible to households and businesses. This funding round, which is open to researchers, universities and industry partners, will focus on developing new technologies and improving existing ones to reduce the costs of solar energy. One of the key areas of focus for this funding round is the development of advanced solar cell materials and manufacturing techniques, which have the potential to significantly reduce the costs of solar energy. Other areas of interest include the development of new storage technologies and the integration of solar energy into the grid. To read more, use the button below to open the original external article.
Ụbọchị mbipụta: 31 Jan 2023
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https://foodmatterslive.com/article/solar-foods-solein-protein-hydrogen-and-carbon-dioxide/
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Food Matters Live
Solar Foods, a Finnish company, has developed a new protein called Solein that is made using hydrogen and carbon dioxide. The process, called air protein, uses a special fermentation process to convert the hydrogen and carbon dioxide into a protein-rich powder that can be used as a meat substitute. This innovative approach has the potential to revolutionize the food industry and address issues such as climate change and food security. The production of Solein requires significantly less water and land compared to traditional protein sources such as livestock. Additionally, the use of carbon dioxide as a raw material reduces the need for fossil fuels and reduces greenhouse gas emissions. Furthermore, the process can be powered by renewable energy sources, making it an environmentally sustainable solution. To read more, use the button below to open the original external article.
Ụbọchị mbipụta: 31 Jan 2023
46336
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https://maggieappleton.com/ai-dark-forest
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Maggie Appleton
Proving you're a human on a web flooded with generative AI content
Ụbọchị mbipụta: 31 Jan 2023
46335
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https://www.economist.com/interactive/christmas-specials/2022/12/20/the-decline-of-the-city-grid
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The Economist
The article "The decline of the city grid" from The Economist highlights the shift away from traditional city planning and the growing popularity of more organic, sprawling urban development. The piece explores how cities are becoming more decentralized, with a focus on mixed-use neighborhoods and more diverse housing options. The article notes that this trend is driven by a number of factors, including the desire for more walkable communities, the rise of e-commerce and the changing nature of work. The article also touches on how this shift in city planning is affecting transportation, with more emphasis being placed on walking, biking and public transit as opposed to cars. Overall, the article presents a thought-provoking examination of the current state of urban development and the potential implications for the future of cities. It is a must-read for urban planners, policymakers, and citizens alike, as it provides valuable insights on the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead in the development of our cities. To read more, use the button below to open the original external article.
Ụbọchị mbipụta: 31 Jan 2023
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https://a16z.com/2022/12/15/big-ideas-in-tech-2023
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A16z
Edemede "Big echiche na Tech 2023" nke Andreessen Horowitz gosipụtara ọtụtụ usoro isi na amụma maka ụlọ ọrụ teknụzụ n'afọ na-abịa. Otu isiokwu bụ isi bụ ọganihu na mmepe nke ọgụgụ isi mmadụ, na-elekwasị anya na ngwa AI pụrụ iche na ntinye AI n'ime ụlọ ọrụ dị iche iche. Usoro ọzọ a tụlere bụ mkpa na-abawanye mkpa nke nzuzo na nchekwa data, yana mpụta nke teknụzụ ọhụrụ dị ka blockchain na mgbakọ quantum. Akụkọ ahụ na-enyochakwa mmetụta ndị a nwere ike ime na mpaghara dị iche iche, gụnyere ahụike, ego, na njem njem. N'ozuzu, akụkọ ahụ na-egosi nyocha zuru oke na nke na-akpali akpali nke teknụzụ teknụzụ na 2023 yana ohere na ihe ịma aka ndị dị n'ihu. Ọ bụ ihe na-adọrọ mmasị ịgụ maka onye ọ bụla na ụlọ ọrụ teknụzụ ma ọ bụ onye ọ bụla nwere mmasị na nkà na ụzụ na mmetụta ya na ụwa. Iji gụkwuo, jiri bọtịnụ dị n'okpuru mepee edemede mbụ dị na mpụga.
Ụbọchị mbipụta: 30 Jan 2023
46322
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https://www.bbc.com/news/business-63595481
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BBC
Svilen Rangelov, co-founder of Dronamics, sports an impressive beard that dates back eight years. The beard is a symbol of the dedication and hard work that he and his brother, Konstantin, have put into building Europe's answer to the emerging market for cargo drones. The brothers formed Dronamics in response to the growing interest in drone deliveries, but Svilen never believed in the concept of personal goods delivered by small drones. Instead, the brothers took a different approach, focusing on the practical difficulties of flying a drone right up to someone's front door. Their dedication will soon bear fruit as the prototype cargo aircraft takes to the air. The brothers have vowed not to shave their beards until the first successful flight of the drone, a testament to their commitment to the project. With their innovative approach, Dronamics is poised to revolutionize the cargo drone industry. To read more, use the button below to open the original external article.
Ụbọchị mbipụta: 30 Jan 2023
46323
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https://www.labmanager.com/news/new-study-reveals-potential-for-extending-lifespan-with-genetically-engineered-solar-powered-cells-29511
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Onye njikwa ụlọ nyocha
Dị ka otu nnyocha ọhụrụ e mere si kwuo, ndị ọkà mmụta sayensị achọpụtala ikike a pụrụ iji mkpụrụ ndụ sitere n'ike mmụọ ozi mee ka anwụ na-adị ogologo ndụ. Selụ ndị a, nke a maara dị ka ihe ndị dị ndụ photosynthesis, nwere ike ịtụgharị ìhè anyanwụ ka ọ bụrụ ume site na usoro a maara dị ka photosynthesis. Site n'ịgbanwe mkpụrụ ndụ mkpụrụ ndụ ihe nketa ndị a, ndị ọkà mmụta sayensị na-enwe ike ịbawanye ikike ha iguzogide nrụgide gburugburu ebe obibi dị ka okpomọkụ, oyi, na radieshon. Nkwalite nkwụghachi a na-eme ka mkpụrụ ndụ nwee ike ịnọgide na-enwe ike ịmepụta ume ruo ogologo oge, nke nwere ike iduga ogologo ndụ ogologo oge maka organism. Iji gụkwuo, jiri bọtịnụ dị n'okpuru mepee edemede mbụ dị na mpụga.
Ụbọchị mbipụta: 30 Jan 2023
46303
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https://www.economist.com/the-world-ahead/2022/11/18/china-is-rapidly-rolling-out-its-new-digital-currency
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The Economist
China is rapidly advancing its plans to introduce a digital currency. The People's Bank of China, the country's central bank, has been working on a digital version of the renminbi for several years and has been testing it in various pilot programs. Recently, the bank announced that it is accelerating the roll-out of the digital currency, with a view to making it available to the general public in the near future. The digital currency will be based on blockchain technology, which allows for secure and transparent transactions. It will be linked to the physical currency and will be used for both online and offline transactions. The digital currency will also be available for use in e-commerce, as well as for peer-to-peer transactions. To read more, use the button below to open the original external article.
Ụbọchị mbipụta: 30 Jan 2023
46302
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https://www.israel21c.org/ai-powered-platform-improves-construction-site-accuracy/
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Israel21c
An Israeli-based technology company has developed an AI-powered platform that aims to improve the accuracy and efficiency of construction sites. The platform, called SmartSpace, utilizes a combination of sensors, cameras, and machine learning algorithms to provide real-time data on the progress of construction projects, including the location of workers, equipment, and materials. This information is then used to optimize construction processes and improve safety, ultimately leading to cost savings and faster project completion. To read more, use the button below to open the original external article.
Ụbọchị mbipụta: 30 Jan 2023
46301
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https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-11576967/Making-pig-livers-humanlike-quest-ease-organ-shortage.html
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Daily Mail
Ndị na-eme nchọpụta na Mahadum Alabama dị na Birmingham (UAB) na-arụ ọrụ na usoro ọhụrụ iji gbanwee imeju ezì iji mee ka ha dịkwuo mma-dị ka mmadụ iji mee ka ụkọ nke akụkụ ahụ dị maka ntụgharị. Usoro na-agụnye na-edezi mkpụrụ ndụ ihe nketa imeju ezì iji wepụ ụfọdụ nje ndị dị na ezì ma ọ bụghị n'ime mmadụ. Mgbanwe a na-eme ka usoro ahụ ji alụso ọrịa ọgụ ghara ịjụ imeju imeju mgbe a kpụchara ya. Ndị na-eme nchọpụta na UAB enwewo ike iwepụ nje ndị ahụ nke ọma site na imeju ezì ma na-arụ ọrụ ugbu a na-anwale imeju na ụmụ anụmanụ iji hụ ma ọ na-arụ ọrụ nke ọma. Iji gụkwuo, jiri bọtịnụ dị n'okpuru mepee edemede mbụ dị na mpụga.
Ụbọchị mbipụta: 27 Jan 2023
46300
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https://www.wired.com/story/materials-computing-science/
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Wired
Ngalaba sayensị na-agbakọ ihe na-aga n'ihu ngwa ngwa ma nwee ikike ịgbanwe ụzọ anyị si emepụta na imepụta ihe maka ngwa dị iche iche. Ebe a na-egbutu ọnụ na-ejikọta ike nke simulations mgbakọ na mwepụ na usoro nnwale iji buo amụma na ịghọta njirimara nke ihe dị na atomiki na molecular larịị. Ikike nke ịmegharị omume nke ihe tupu arụpụta ma ọ bụ mepụta ya nwere ike ibelata mkpa nnwale na njehie dị oke ọnụ ma na-ewe oge. Nke a ọ bụghị nanị na-azọpụta ihe onwunwe na ego, ma na-enye ohere maka ịmepụta ihe ọhụrụ na ihe pụrụ iche nwere kpọmkwem ihe onwunwe na ọrụ. Iji gụkwuo, jiri bọtịnụ dị n'okpuru mepee edemede mbụ dị na mpụga.
Ụbọchị mbipụta: 27 Jan 2023
46285
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https://www.cnbc.com/2022/12/27/restaurant-chains-are-investing-in-robots-bringing-change-for-workers.html
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CNBC
Ụlọ ọrụ ụlọ oriri na ọṅụṅụ na-enwe nnukwu mgbanwe dị ka agbụ na-arịwanye elu na-etinye ego na rọbọt iji rụọ ọrụ ndị ọrụ mmadụ na-arụbu. Dị ka otu akụkọ sitere na CNBC si kwuo, a na-eji robots ndị a na-enye iwu, kwadebe nri, na ọbụna jeere ndị ahịa ozi, nwere ike ibelata mkpa ọrụ mmadụ na ụlọ ọrụ ahụ. Omume a na-akpali site n'ọchịchọ ịbawanye arụmọrụ na ibelata ụgwọ ọrụ, yana inye ndị ahịa ahụmahụ na-agbanwe agbanwe na nke ahaziri iche. Iji gụkwuo, jiri bọtịnụ dị n'okpuru mepee edemede mbụ dị na mpụga.
Ụbọchị mbipụta: 27 Jan 2023
46283
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https://electrek.co/2022/12/28/robotic-boats-seabeds-offshore-wind-farms/
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ELECTrek
Ụlọ ọrụ ume ọkụ nke Sweden Vattenfall ejirila ụgbọ mmiri ndị na-enweghị ụgbọ mmiri na-eji ụgbọ mmiri na-enweghị ụgbọ mmiri mee nyocha dị ukwuu nke oke osimiri gbara gburugburu ugbo ikuku nke dị n'ụsọ oké osimiri na Denmark. A na-eji nyocha ndị a, nke ụlọ ọrụ Irish XOCEAN mere, iji nyochaa mgbanwe na omimi olili ozu na mmepe scour, nke nwere ike imebi nkwụsi ike nke ihe owuwu, yana iji kwadebe maka nrụzi na ọrụ nhazi. Ụgbọ mmiri ndị a na-achịkwa nke ọma, nke dị mita 4.5 n'ogologo ma na-enyocha site na ịntanetị satịlaịtị site n'aka otu ndị na-anya ụgbọ mmiri dị n'ikpere mmiri, dị ntakịrị ma nwee akara ukwu carbon dị ala karịa ụgbọ mmiri nyocha nke omenala. Vattenfall na-ezube iji teknụzụ na arụ ọrụ n'ọdịnihu ma na-enyochakwa iji ụgbọ mmiri na-adịghị arụ ọrụ maka nyocha anya na nyocha sara mbara iji kwado imewe ugbo ikuku. Iji gụkwuo, jiri bọtịnụ dị n'okpuru mepee edemede mbụ dị na mpụga.
Ụbọchị mbipụta: 27 Jan 2023
46276
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https://www.welcometothejungle.com/en/articles/labor-shortage-in-finland
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Nabata na Jungle
Dị ka akụkọ na-adịbeghị anya sitere na Welcome to the Jungle, Finland na-eche ụkọ ọrụ ihu ugbu a, na ọnụ ọgụgụ enweghị ọrụ na obere akụkọ ihe mere eme na ọchịchọ na-eto eto maka ndị ọrụ nwere nkà. A na-akawanye ụkọ a site na ọnụ ọgụgụ ndị agadi nke obodo na ọnụ ọgụgụ ọmụmụ dị ala, yana enweghị mbata na ọpụpụ na ihe isi ike ndị ụlọ ọrụ na-eche ihu n'ịdọta na ijikwa nkà. N'ihi ya, ụlọ ọrụ na-achọpụta na ọ na-esiwanye ike imeju oghere ọrụ ma na-adabere na ndị ọrụ nwa oge ma ọ bụ ndị na-apụ apụ iji gboo mkpa ha. Ụkọ a na-emetụta ụdị ọrụ dị iche iche, gụnyere teknụzụ, ahụike na ihe owuwu, ma na-enwe mmetụta na-adịghị mma na akụ na ụba obodo. Iji dozie okwu a, gọọmentị Finnish na-arụ ọrụ na atụmatụ iji dọta ndị ọrụ nwere nkà na mba ahụ, yana ịkwado mmepe nke teknụzụ ọhụrụ na akpaaka iji mee ka nrụpụta na arụmọrụ dịkwuo elu. Agbanyeghị, a ka ga-ahụ ma mbọ ndị a ọ ga-ezuru iji gboo ụkọ ọrụ nke mba ahụ n'ime ogologo oge. Iji gụkwuo, jiri bọtịnụ dị n'okpuru mepee edemede mbụ dị na mpụga.
Ụbọchị mbipụta: 27 Jan 2023
46172
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https://www.fooddive.com/news/believer-meats-commercial-scale-cultivated-meat-groundbreaking-future-meat-technologies/638263/
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Nri nri
Akụkọ ụlọ ọrụ nri, olu na ọrụ. Kachasịkwara maka ekwentị mkpanaaka gị.
Ụbọchị mbipụta: 26 Jan 2023