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Even though the three enclosures together form a theoretical triangle, that doesn't mean that one wasn't made first and then the other two were planned accordingly and built around them later on, and "you end up with an equilateral triangle," Carter told Live Science. Still, "if they're right, that's very exciting," and could give us an idea of how this place operated, he said. … [Read more...] about The world’s oldest temple was built along a grand geometric plan
Sieberg asked about Hollywood, which prompted Gasparav to launch into a rumination about how "it can't be evil," meaning, machines, because "humans still have the monopoly for evil." LeCun observed that people are stuck in scenarios from "Terminator" that he dismissed as unreal. "Ex Machina," he said, is "a beautiful movie, but they get absolutely everything wrong!" Among the things the movie flubs is "this myth of one single genius who will invent AI -- it's just not going to happen that way." … [Read more...] about Artificial general intelligence is a Rorschach Test: Perhaps we need orangutans?
The European Space Agency is working on a follow-up study that will help determine whether the urea-based geopolymer is effective in shielding against radiation. The agency also needs to prove that manufacturing the stuff is possible on the Moon. In their most recent study, Arnhof and her colleagues made the geopolymer at room temperature in an open-air environment. But 3D printing is a lot more challenging in the low-gravity vacuum environment found on the lunar surface. The geopolymer also needs to be able to withstand the large temperature swings on the Moon, which range between 260 and -280 degrees Fahrenheit. … [Read more...] about On the Moon, astronaut pee will be a hot commodity
The latest update, while productivity-focused, actually looks more like Microsoft paring back Cortana's capabilities. It has decided to "temporarily" remove some skills that don't relate to productivity, including Bing Instant Answers, jokes and other assistant conversations, and the ability to set timers. … [Read more...] about Windows 10’s new Cortana app: No more jokes, just email and calendar skills