Researchers Are Developing AI That Can Detect Emotional States Using Radio Waves

(Arsenio Toledo) Scientists are developing an advanced artificial intelligence system that uses an advanced neural network and radio signals to detect a person’s emotions from a short distance. This is coming from a study conducted by scientists from the Queen Mary University of Londonand was published in the journal PLOS ONE.

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Watch Japan’s 60-foot, 25-ton Gundam Robot Come to Life in Epic Full Range of Motion Tests

(Elias Marat) Since the 1974 release of kaiju film classic Godzilla vs. Mechagodzilla, it’s been no secret that Japan loves enormous robots. The genre took a major step forward in 1979 with the release of the wildly popular Mobile Suit Gundam anime series, which introduced the concept of mecha – gigantic, humanoid military robots piloted by a human.

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A Resource-Based Economy and Two Roads to the Future: Service-to-Others or Service-to-Self

service to others, money, A Resource-Based Economy and Two Roads to the Future: Service-to-Others or Service-to-Self

(Mickey Megistus) If you’re doing the research (and the proper spiritual inner-work) while looking at all the pieces on the board, you can see, and verify, that humanity is currently making its gradual transition to a resource-based economy where money will no longer be needed. 

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For First Time in History, AI Learns to Translate Silent Human Brain Activity into Text for Locked-In Syndrome Patients

(Andy Corbley) Have you ever heard of locked-in syndrome? Sometimes called pseudocoma, it describes a rare condition where the patient is “locked-in” their body. They are aware, but cannot act in the world due to complete paralysis of all voluntary muscles in the body, but with a normal exception being their eyes.

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