Topic 1: 4D Time Crystals created by Google Quantum Computing.
We’ve mentioned 4D printing, which involves 3D printing with materials that then change over time. Now 4D Time Crystals designed by Google Quantum Computer.
Herein we bring you the definition of a quantum computer, along with an advancement in science brought about by said quantum computer. Let the arguments begin, but it looks like we’ve discovered a new phase of matter in physics.
Who cares? Well, we’ve actually entered the era in which quantum computers are used for truly amazing advances at a reasonable price. The 4D crystals may bust open all kinds of new advancements in manufacturing and other areas.
And our exponential expansion of technology continues. We’ll see how long before this results in changes we have to manage back in the “real” world.
From DW News:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EfSbC2Y0WPo – What are Time Crystals?
From Physics Girl:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ieDIpgso4no – a friendlier explanation.
Topic 2: Microsoft rolls out “Responsible AI” framework and resources
As AI becomes increasingly commercially accessible, mainstays in technology finally begin to address the need for an ethical framework. For Microsoft, this means the release of their “Responsible AI”.
Primary Responsible AI page:
The Responsible AI Standard:
See also the extensive “Transparency Notes” on Azure, connected spaces, OCR, vision, speech, etc.
Responsible AI principles include Fairness, Reliability & Safety, Privacy & Security, Inclusiveness, Transparency, and Accountability.
Topic 3: Google is paying Wikipedia for greater access to their information
This is great news for Wikipedia. But with monopolization of information, can we successfully buy into the notion that “the crowd” is smarter than any one person?
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