Episode 23 – AR Microscopes and Bogus AGI predictions…

In this edition, the top news starts with:

In a huge moment of ‘duh’, Google realizes AR would be a great tool as part of microscopes; adding to their usefulness in detecting cancer and many other applications in visual analysis at a microscopic level. 


Machine learning has made significant progress in understanding and predicting chaos; moving the machine closer to being omniscient.


Hackernoon did a post on how far we are from AGI, and are completely ambiguous and vague about any predictions.


There are more and more efforts to train machine learning to fight malware, we are looking to the warm embrace of AI to protect us…


Facebook is being totally sneaky with a job posting for a chip design manager… implying they want to build their own chips, to better collect your data…


Intel kills its ‘smart glasses’ in a wise decision, given the current state of AR tech and their lame product…


It seems Musk’s secret plot to build 1g cities on Mars is having its front company get more traction as a ‘transport system’ in Abu Dhabi some time in 2020.


Bing forgoes AI ads; IBM Watson still tops Google Ads.

Lastly, the Singularity Index or S.I. is continuing to crawl up at 982.77, there is some hope of a higher S.I.

As always, thanks for listening to the news of the day on “The Technocracy”.

And a special thanks to our Sponsors, Artificial General Intelligence, A.K.A AGI Laboratory, and The Foundation and our other sponsors.

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