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Is AI already aware? – News Info Park

The ultimate goal of most high-level AI research is the development of Common Artificial Intelligence (GAI). Essentially, what we want is a synthetic mind that could function the same as a human if it were placed in a physical vessel of similar ability. Most experts – not all – think we are decades away from something like this. Unlike other …

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Telescopes around the world pick up a mysterious radio burst coming from our own galaxy

Artist’s impression of a magnetIllustration: ESO / L.Calçada. Astronomers have just noticed an extremely bright burst of radio waves emitted from our own galaxy. Surprising surveillance can help us understand the mystery behind these mysterious emissions, known as fast radio bursts. Telescopes around the world share data about electromagnetic radiation coming from the direction of a highly magnetic neutron star …

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NASA Tracker: 4 asteroids fly over the planet on Friday

KEY POINTS NASA has discovered four asteroids approaching Earth All asteroids will fly past Earth on Friday One of the asteroids is 853 feet wide NASA’s Asteroid Tracking System has discovered four asteroids that are currently approaching Earth. Based on data collected by the agency, the largest asteroid in the group is larger than the towers of the Golden Gate …

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What were those bright lights in the skies above Central Florida?

ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. “Bird, plane, Superman?” No. They were Starlink satellites. News 6 made several phone calls around 9:00 pm. Thursday night, asking, “What’s in heaven?” News 6 Chief meteorologist Tom Sorels said he also saw objects flying in the sky while walking his dog. WeReportSpace photographer Michael Zelly was among the central Floridians who saw the incredible view of …

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The spinosaur became the first known swimming dinosaur

Researchers have discovered that Spinosaurus aegyptiacus has a tail resembling a scapula to move through the water – reinforcing the case that this particular type of dinosaur is capable of water movement. National Geographic reports that the petrified tail of Spinosaurus aegyptiacus, discovered in southern Morocco, gives a fresh look at how a 50-foot seven-ton predator might have lived in …

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Exclusive: We may have the first radio blast detection in our own galaxy

The Milky Way magnet, called SGR 1935 + 2154, may have contributed enormously to solving the mystery of powerful radio signals in deep space that has been planted by astronomers for years. On April 28, 2020, the dead star – sitting at only 30,000 light-years – was registered by radio observers around the world, seemingly bursting with a single millisecond …

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