Tagged in Exponential Technology
Is the cloud moving to the sea?
16 September, 2020
In this week's Exponential Chats, some of the team members responsible for Amalgam's development will have a chat about Microsoft's Project codenamed Natick which was an attempt of sustainably running a Data Center underwater. After 2 years of deployment, Microsoft is claiming that their servers were up to 8 times more reliable than their counterparts on land. Is that an indication that the cloud is actually moving to the sea? Come join us and participate by asking questions or giving your opini
How safe are self-driving cars?
09 September, 2020
In this week's Exponential Chats, some of the team members responsible for Amalgam's development will have a chat about the safety of current self-driving technology. Despite the fact that there are very few cars on the road today capable of self-driving in all conditions, most new cars are already incorporating some of that technology and soon we'll be trusting our lives to it. Whether or not you're ready give up on your steering wheel we think that you'll enjoy this discussion. Come join us an
Should I start saving for my neuralink implant?
02 September, 2020
In this week's Exponential Chats, some of the team members responsible for Amalgam's development will have a chat about the recently unveiled neuralink, a Brain-Machine interface developed by the company with the same name founded by Elon Musk.
When will I be able to 3D Print my products from home?
20 August, 2020
In this week's Exponential Chats, some of the team members responsible for Amalgam's development will have a chat about the promises of 3D Printing, that are yet to be fulfilled, of a future in which we'll be able to download models of products and 3D Print.
A few potential uses (and misuses) for GPT-3
11 August, 2020
GPT-3 is a 175 billion parameter autoregressive language model by OpenAI released in May 2020. It is a deep learning system that takes input in the form of human readable language and produces human readable output. The OpenAI team tested GPT-3 in Few-shot learning mode. The model is given a verbal description of the task and a few examples of context and completion at inference time. Then the machine is given another instance of context and expected to provide the completion. Two variations of
Mission to Mars - My Vision for Space Exploration
16 January, 2014
Buzz Aldrin [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Buzz_Aldrin] was not the first man to walk on the Moon [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moon], but wasn't short from Neil Armstrong [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neil_Armstrong] in making history. This book is a collection of ideas he had gathered with the help of hundreds of specialists he discussed with throughout the years since he came back from the Moon. These ideas are focused on achieving and sustaining trips to Mars [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ma