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LEGO has partnered with the austrian research institute for artificial intelligence to create audio and braille building instructions.

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The Guardian

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It may be some way off, but mind uploading, the digital duplication of your mental essence, could expand human experience into a virtual afterlife

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The Next Web

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By embedding purposeful innovation in design — rooted in service to humanity — tech companies can become true partners in their customers’ lives.

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fastcompany

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None of these people are real—but their images are free to download and use in any way you choose.

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The quantum internet is coming sooner than you think—even sooner than quantum computing itself. When things change over, you might not even notice. But when they do, new rules will protect your data against attacks from computers that don’t even exist yet.

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The Next Web

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OpenAI, a nonprofit focused on creating human-level artificial intelligence, just released an update to its GPT-2 text generator. I’m not being hyperbolic when I say that, after trying it, I’m legitimately terrified for the future of humanity if we don’t figure out a way to detect AI-generated content – and soon.

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Designer Daily

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This work by Daniel Ting Chong for Design Indaba, a design conference that took place on February 2019 in South Africa, is not new, but I thought it was well worth a mention on Designer Daily. For this project, the designer went fully experimental and used AI tools to create the brand.

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Gadi Amit's studio New Deal Design has invented an artificial intelligence-equipped toy to fight the “distraction economy” by nurturing children's attention spans.

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The Next Web

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In the past couple of years, photo editing software has evolved a lot. With new AI capabilities, it’s now easier to manipulate snaps according to your need. But this new AI made by the researchers from MIT and IBM lets you add, edit, or remove an object just with a click.

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An exhibition at London's Science Museum explores the future of autonomous mobility, and the designs that are paving the way. Curator Margaret Campbell selects five pieces from the show and reveals the stories behind them.

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Government research suggests British tech ‘unicorns’ are only surpassed by US and China

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The Next Web

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A team of researchers recently pioneered the world’s first AI universe simulator. It’s fast; it’s accurate; and its creators are baffled by its ability to understand things about the cosmos that it shouldn’t. Scientists have used computer simulations to try and digitally reverse-engineer the origin and evolution of our universe for decades. The best traditional …

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Oxford philosopher Nick Bostrom says technology often has unintended consequences, and that we may have to choose between totalitarianism and annihilation.

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Design Boom

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japanese-french model mayben leans in from the left; american-japanese model aria polkey glances around on the right and in the center, virtual girl imma…

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