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November 30, 2021


A.I. Can Now Write Its Own Computer Code. That’s Good News for Humans.

New York Times
As soon as Tom Smith got his hands on Codex — a new artificial intelligence technology that writes its own computer programs — he gave it a job interview. He asked if it could tackle the “coding challenges” that programmers often face when interviewing for big-money jobs at Silicon Valley......

A Shifting Climate Gave Humans Many Opportunities to Leave Africa

The researchers have some theories. If early humans could have moved out of Africa much earlier, they would have faced stiff competition from other early human species; the north was a Neanderthal stronghold, and much of East Asia was likely populated by another extinct human lineage, the Denisovans. The models......

A secret weapon for self-driving car startups: Humans

FREMONT, Calif., Aug 23 (Reuters) – Self-driving startups like Cruise and Pony.ai have begun testing their driverless cars in some parts of California in the past year, with an additional feature: Human operators. While there is no driver behind the wheel, the passenger seat is occupied by a safety operator......

U.N. sounds clarion call over humans ‘irreversible’ impact on climate

Human activities ‘unequivocally’ causing climate change World is likely to hit 1.5C warming limit within 20 years Aug 9 (Reuters) – The U.N. panel on climate change sounded a dire warning on Monday, saying the world is dangerously close to runaway warming – and that humans are “unequivocally” to blame.......

Jeff Bezos believes humans can move the polluting industry off of earth and into space

CBS News
CBS News – For more and to sign up click here Jeff Bezos believes humans can move the polluting industry off of earth and into space – CBS News Watch CBSN Live “CBS This Morning” co-host Gayle King sits down with Jeff Bezos and his brother Mark shortly after successfully......

Ex-NASA chief envisions a future where humans go to space stations owned by corporations

CNBC – For more and to sign up click here The future of space innovation will be controlled by corporations, ex-NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine told CNBC Tuesday, shortly after Jeff Bezos became the second space company founder to go to space. “These commercial entrepreneurs are making huge moves that are......

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