Day: March 5, 2019

How will AI change our lives? Experts can’t agree — and that could be a problem.

Artificial intelligence is playing strategy games, writing news articles, folding proteins, and teaching grandmasters new moves in Go. Some experts warn that as we make our systems more powerful, we’ll risk unprecedented dangers. Others argue that that day is centuries away, and predictions about it today are ridiculous. The American

3 Facts And Debunked Myths About Diet Soda

Diet soda is a popular drink all over the world. Some people believe it can reduce their sugar or calorie intake, while others believe it can help them lose weight because it contains artificial sweeteners like aspartame, cyclamate, saccharin, acesulfame-k or sucralose — in other words, its sweetness is not natural. It has also

Next generation USB4 spec released, will offer up to 40 Gbps transfer speed

The USB Promoter Group today announced the release of the USB4 specification, the next generation USB architecture. The USB4 architecture is based on the Thunderbolt spec and it will offer double the data transfer speeds along with support for multiple simultaneous data and display protocols. The new two-lane operation using

Egypt completes restoration of ancient Kom el-Shuqafa catacombs

ALEXANDRIA, Egypt (Reuters) – Egypt on Sunday completed a project to restore the catacombs of Kom el-Shuqafa in western Alexandria, which have been prone to groundwater leaks since they were discovered in the first decade of the 20th century. The restoration, which began in late 2017, was completed using a