A researcher found that kidneys can smell and that this ability is exclusively used by gut bacteria in feeding, in turn helping to regulate blood pressure. Mind blown.
From the 1950’s: an analog computer designed for solving differential equations. To program it, the operator needed to rewire patch cables. It used high voltages, though, and could sometimes caused a shock.
AI is now designing games. And it’s not just level design either.
Google Glass never really went away, it just found a different — and more practical — use case.
Some safety rules. I like how it starts with threat modelling.
DARPA Lifelong Learning Machines (L2M), highly adaptable AI that can continuously learn and improve. SkyNet in the making?
WebAssembly is a proposed high performance browser that can run compute-intensive applications like games and CAD.
Exact probabilities on Risk (the boardgame) battles. Also my first look at the Wolfram language.