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_AI learns to watch movies

We know AI can analyze image captures ans take action based on interpretations, but what kind of “sense” can AI make of a movie? A machine was (supposedly) “trained” to “watch” Blade Runner. »MORE on VOX

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Tue, June 7 2016 » science » Comments Off on _AI learns to watch movies

/Nano, here we come!

Thanks to Igor Siwanowicz for this great microscopic vision. Micro is yesterday, Nano is tomorrow. Proteins used by the human body to regulate and maintain homeostasis exist on the nanoscale. Probably one of the best-known naturally occurring nanomaterials is hemoglobin, which carries oxygen through the bloodstream, which is 5 nms in diameter. What’s 5 nanometers? […]

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Fri, May 29 2015 » science, the new image » Comments Off on /Nano, here we come!

/the atom made virtually visible

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Sat, April 25 2015 » science » Comments Off on /the atom made virtually visible

Peer Deeply into the Cross-Section of the Universe

– Space Photo credit: An image of a galaxy cluster taken by the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope gives a remarkable cross-section of the universe / NASA, ESA This 14-hour exposure by the Hubble Space Telescope captures objects around a billion times … >+> I Fucking Love Science  

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Sun, April 20 2014 » science » Comments Off on Peer Deeply into the Cross-Section of the Universe