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This Startup Is Producing the World’s First Carbon-Negative Concrete Transportation and electricity production are the top two culprits when it comes to emitting CO2 (but also two of the most necessary tools for our day-to-day lives). Third on the list and an equally complex beast is industry, and a big part of industry is concrete. .......... It’s been said that concrete is the most widely-used substance on Earth after water. ........... The manufacture of cement, concrete’s key ingredient, accounts for a whopping eight percent of the world’s emissions.
From Wild to Weird: The Top 5 Biotech Trends of 2022 In a first, a paralyzed man simultaneously operated two robotic arms with his mind, allowing him to feed himself for the first time in years. (And it was cake!) Implants helped a man with locked-in syndrome—with a sharp mind but paralyzed body—translate his thoughts into sentences, opening a gateway to finally communicate with his loved ones. Memory prosthetics—a blue-sky idea to boost memory with an implant—scored their first success in people. A spinal cord stimulator, based on a new algorithm that mimics the natural electrical pulses the brain uses to control lower body movement, helped completely paralyzed people stand and walk with assistance in just one day. Within a few months, they cruised city streets on Segway-like wheels, swam, and kayaked, using an off-the-shelf tablet to control their movements.
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I found out that due to pandemic, nurse of my newborn hasn’t been able to go back to Philippines and hasn’t met her kids for 3 yrs— Sandeep | Polygon 💜 Top 3 by impact (@sandeepnailwal) December 30, 2022
I go crazy if I don’t see my kid for a few hours, imagine her pain.
So I sponsored a trip for her and asked her to send me reaction video of kids pic.twitter.com/MTkuVr0qHa
Dreaming doesn't create reality. But if you're afraid to dream, you won't change your reality either.— Johannes Larsson (@mrjolar) December 30, 2022
Dream on and dream big. Then snap out of it and start executing.
Two years ago I fell down the AI rabbit hole.— Jack Soslow (@JackSoslow) December 30, 2022
Since then, I tried to get (and stay) up to speed in AI — consuming all relevant papers, podcasts, blogs, etc... I could find.
Today, I'm sharing a first pass of my reading list. Hopefully it's helpful!https://t.co/hEStAjI1vV
Just watched Pele’s documentary last week. My favorite part is how he uses ‘play’ to motivate and bring his team together..and play their authentic game in 1958— Priya Baveja | pbaveja.eth (@PBaveja) December 30, 2022
Tried using ChatGPT as an aide to answer questions as I was working on a programming project and it kept giving me very clear answers. Unfortunately almost all of the answers were completely wrong and it was just making up programming APIs that didn't exist.— Alexander Leishman 🇺🇸 (@Leishman) December 30, 2022