Awesome teen strength ~ Bruno

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Meet Aspiring Model Vin Los. He Has Random Face Tattoos. He Wants Fame.

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Meet Vin Los-The Daily Mail introduces us to aspiring model Vin Los. The 24-year old hails from Montreal, Canada and has tattooed parts of his face, torso

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By 2045 ‘The Top Species Will No Longer Be Humans,’ And That Could Be A Problem

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“Today there’s no legislation regarding how much intelligence a machine can have, how interconnected it can be. If that continues, look at the exponential trend. We will reach the singularity in the timeframe most experts predict. From that point on you’re going to see that the top species will no longer be humans, but machines.”

Kit Newton's insight:

Usually, these kinds of predictions are way off. What about augmented humans? Wouldn’t they outdo the machines?


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Nasa equips robots with smartphones

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Nasa plans to send Google’s 3D smartphones into space to function as the “eyes and brains” of free-flying robots inside the Space Station.

The robots, known as Spheres (Synchronised Position Hold, Engage, Reorient, Experimental satellites), currently have limited capabilities.

It is hoped the smartphones, powered by Google’s Project Tango, will equip the robots with more functionality.

The robots have been described by experts as “incredibly clever”.

When Nasa’s robots first arrived at the International Space Station in 2006, they were only capable of precise movements using small jets of CO2, which propelled the devices forwards at around an inch per second.

"We wanted to add communication, a camera, increase the processing capability, accelerometers and other sensors," Spheres project manager Chris Provencher told Reuters.

"As we were scratching our heads thinking about what to do, we realised the answer was in our hands. Let’s just use smartphones."

In an attempt to make the robots smarter and of more use to astronauts, engineers at Nasa’s Ames Research Centre sent cheap smartphones to the space station, which they had purchased from Best Buy, an American electronics shop.

Astronauts then attached the phones to the Spheres, giving them more visual and sensing capabilities.


Kit Newton's insight:

Looking Doctor Whoish


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Blond teen muscle ~ Luke

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