×

Details

@Alidervash
I am Liaquat Ali Mirani from Pakistan working online last 10 years.as Freelancer I am working on different social and crypto sites since last 6 years i Like post share Network building and so on.

×

Details

@Alidervash
I am Liaquat Ali Mirani from Pakistan working online last 10 years.as Freelancer I am working on different social and crypto sites since last 6 years i Like post share Network building and so on.

Mind-controlled drones? Pentagon hopes to test telepathy tech on humans within 4 years
The Pentagon agency tasked with developing new technology for the US military says it’s just a few short years away from beginning human tests of a headset that gives its wearer telepathic powers.
Professor Jacob Robinson of Rice University, the research team coordinator at the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), told the Express that the brain-computer interface (BCI) would be capable of telepathically commanding “active cyber defense systems” as well as “swarms of unmanned vehicles.”

The researcher noted that the technology would remove the “communication latency” between the mind and the body.

“There is a delay between my thought and the movement of the muscles required to interface with the external world. So, the idea is if we can communicate from the brain to the external world without having to move a muscle then we could have a much faster communication with external devices."

DARPA hopes to begin testing the futuristic tech on humans within the next four years. A major hurdle, according to Robinson, is receiving approval from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). The professor stressed that the headset wouldn’t just be for military use.
https://www.rt.com/usa/461222-....darpa-mind-control-t
icon fm
www.rt.com

icon fm

The Pentagon agency tasked with developing new technology for the US military says it’s just a few short years away from beginning human tests of a headset that gives its wearer telepathic powers.
The most inspiring and lifelike humanoid robots we’ve created so far
As the Oxford Robotics Institute prepares to unveil an exhibition of art created by a humanoid AI robot, looks at some of the most inspiring and lifelike efforts at robotics that humanity has achieved thus far.
Ai-Da
The aforementioned robot painter, affectionately named after the mathematician Ada Lovelace, wields a pencil grasped delicately in her robotic arm to draw what it sees with the camera in its eye, though she also dabbles in a spot of painting and sculpture


Robot artist 'Ai-Da' © Reuters/Matthew Stock
“As an AI robot, her artwork uses AI processes and algorithms,” Gallery owner Aidan Meller said.

“The work engages us to think about AI and technological uses and abuses in the world today.” Her exhibition, entitled ‘Unsecured Futures’ opens at the Barn Gallery at St John’s College from 12 June.

AI art has proven somewhat... erm... nightmarish in the past, however.
https://www.rt.com/news/461216....-besty-humanoid-robo
icon fm
www.rt.com

icon fm

As the Oxford Robotics Institute prepares to unveil an exhibition of art created by a humanoid AI robot, RT.com looks at some of the most inspiring and lifelike efforts at robotics that humanity has achieved thus far.
He needs his story told’: Inmate releases pictures of visibly skeletal Assange inside jail
A fellow inmate of Julian Assange has released photos showing the WikiLeaks co-founder having lost considerable weight while inside Belmarsh prison, claiming that he wants “people to know why exactly the USA wants him.”
The Gateway Pundit, an American far-right news outlet, claims to have obtained the images and testimony of an inmate who resides in Belmarsh maximum security prison. The prisoner, who reportedly wishes to remain anonymous, says he used a contraband phone to take pictures of Assange.

I want his case to be understood fully, in detail… I want people to know why exactly the USA wants him and what good he has done for the world.

View image on TwitterView image on TwitterView image on TwitterView image on Twitter
https://www.minds.com/newsfeed/983351983139487744
EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Belmarsh Prison Inmate Provides Photos of Julian Assange, Says the 'Internet is the One Thing They Can’t Control'
www.minds.com

EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Belmarsh Prison Inmate Provides Photos of Julian Assange, Says the 'Internet is the One Thing They Can’t Control'

The Gateway Pundit has obtained exclusive testimony, as well as photos, from a fellow inmate of imprisoned WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange inside London’s highest security prison. The inmate, who wishes to remain anonymous, sent multiple photos of A
In the ongoing search for planets similar to Earth in size
In the ongoing search for planets similar to Earth in size and condition, scientists just made a big sweep: eighteen newly-discovered planets beyond the solar system, including one of the smallest known exoplanets and another that may be habitable.

Previous surveys had overlooked these exoplanets due to their small size, according to researchers at the Max Planck Institute for Solar System Research (MPS) in Germany. The research, published in two papers in the journal Astronomy & Astrophysics re-analysed data collected by NASA's Kepler Telescope along with a more sensitive new method to detect exoplanets developed by the team.
https://www.minds.com/aliderva....sh101/blog/new-techn