A Speculation Article: Neuron Fusion of Humans and Machines
Introduction: Neuralink is a company based in San Diego, California that has created a technology called Synapse Design. This is the technology that allows two human brains to link together in real time to form one artificial intelligence system. If you are unfamiliar with Synapse Design, it is a technology that was developed by neuroscientists that uses the concept of synaptic plasticity, which is the ability of the brain to change and connect with other neurons. With this new technology the ability to connect two human brains will allow them to create a computer network that will be able to process information and provide relevant answers to questions in real time. (Increment Details)
Recent news stories have caused many in the work force to contemplate the future of artificial intelligence in the workforce today.
Should we be concerned about artificially intelligent software becoming an option for choosing employees, or is this another example of big tech gone wild? Many people are very worried about what the future holds for artificial intelligent software and how it will impact all industries. But with all the worry in the air, one area that is rarely discussed but could change the future of many businesses is AI’s place in the workforce today.
Artificial Intelligence has been around for quite some time now. First developed in a smaller form in the 1960’s till being phased out but yet a continued source of interest for researchers and inventors alike. However, many in the work force still remain curious as to exactly what artificial intelligence does, and how it could impact their careers.
A few decades ago there was a big hype about a supposed “fifth force of nature”.
The topic of this discussion was the so called “Turbulent Matter” or more popularly known as “Riot Science“. Some folks made claims that this mysterious and unperceived force was going to be the one that would solve all of our problems and make science a fool. In fact, some people proclaimed that we would not even be able to create life without it. Let’s see how this story evolved over the years.
First off, what is “Riot Science”? Well, that was a clever way of referring to Physics. I guess it would be nice if “Riot” could have been pronounced correctly…but that is another story. We will go into details concerning this subject later in this article.
How is old technology recycled? Old electronics and gadgets are slowly being recyclable, and not all by the ways we may think.
Let us take a moment to examine how this discarded and old technology is recycled in order to see what happens to it when it is recycled correctly. But first, let’s quickly examine what types of electronic devices today that may be considering e-waste, what about them still has the potential to go into the recycling bin, and what can be salvaged from them. This may help us to understand how old technology can be recycled in an environmentally sound way.
Old mobile phones, for example, have a disposed of value that is greater than their manufactured value. However, because they are easily breakable, have parts that are difficult to access or replace, and other factors, it’s not easy to get the majority of the components (such as screen and batteries) to be reprocessed. However, there is a way of recycling e-wastage on these old devices – through what is known as water separation.
Did you know that animals are at risk of going extinct every day?
This phenomenon happens because there are predators and other elements that take advantage of the lack of animal life. Examples of such elements can be human based. Other factors that cause extinctions include rapid climate changes and massive asteroid collisions. Some examples of plants also go extinct like the Passenger Pigeon or the Endangered Polar Bear. In order to help you better understand these events, here is a list of some animals that disappeared from Earth.
The first animals to go extinct were forms of mammals. The Dinosaurs became extinct about 65 million years ago, which is the earliest example of extinction. The next animals to disappear were birds. A record number of birds went extinct during the Cretaceous geological period.
A number of amphibians and fishes also became extinct. Amphibians include the Triceratops, Stegosaurus, Pteryx, and Ankylosaurians. They made up a number of genera, including Patagopteryx and Ornithischia. Fishes include the Diogenidae, Squamata, and Ensifera. There are a number of sharks too.