From black holes restarting to disappearing stars to a newly discovered particle, there were some fascinating happenings this month in our universe. Not to mention all the advancements in AI and neuroscience.
We hope you enjoy this month's update. Here are the top stories from the past month (in mostly chronological order).
"Essentially, the goal of this technology is to try and use electricity and air to replace gasoline."
Astronomers went looking for this well-known star in late 2019 only to find that it was missing. The team has devised several possible explanations, but this is a real head-scratcher.
"We're trying to balance the interests of the science community, the interest of the human exploration community and the interest of the commercial community."
Kernel raised $53 million to develop a new generation of brain tech that allows companies to leverage insights from the latest neuroscience.
A colliding star may have triggered the drastic transformation.
This past week I watched doctor and wellness advocate Deepak Chopra lead a short meditation over Zoom.
The unique nature of the new particle could help us understand other, more complex mechanisms in physics that are not within our reach today.
OpenAI's latest AI text generator GPT-3 amazes early adopters - SiliconANGLE
US officials and scientists have begun laying the groundwork for a more secure "virtually unhackable" internet based on quantum computing technology.
Researchers discover how to use light instead of electricity to advance artificial intelligence.
MIT Dream Research Interacts Directly With an Individual’s Dreaming Brain and Manipulates the Content
Device not only helps record dream reports, but also guides dreams toward particular themes. The study of dreams has entered the modern era in exciting ways, and researchers from MIT and other institutions have created a community dedicated to...
The AI Foundation, a startup developing technology that powers digital personas, has raised $17 million in venture capital.
The European aerospace company will make a huge satellite to bring Mars rocks back to Earth.