UC Berkeley researchers describe latest version of water harvester, which can pull more than five cups of water (1.3 liters) from low-humidity air per day for each kilogram (2.2 pounds) of water-absorbing material, enough to stay alive.
Field tests show it’s 10 times better than previous versions.500m bees died in Brazil in the past three months - Just as the relaxation of forestry rules has led to more fires, so have loosened pesticide restrictions exposed more bees to lethal doses.
The ministry said in a statement that Turkey was the third country in the world, after China and India, with highest tree planting rate and aimed to plant 7 billion saplings by 2023.
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Someday we may crack the problem of creating artificial general intelligence — a machine brain that can intuitively perform any human intellectual task — but why would we choose to interact with it?
Ishiguro believes that since we’re hardwired to interact with and place our faith in humans, the more humanlike we can make a robot appear, the more open we’ll be to sharing our lives with it.
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"That's where our new CSIs are going to be looking for criminals," says Jerry Bruckheimer, executive producer of The series stars Patricia Arquette as the FBI's cyber chief, and it's said that she'll be solving "high-octane crimes that start in the mind, live online, and play out in the real world." That'll involve her throwing out lingo like "chat-bot," "machine learning," and "artificial intelligence" and confusing those around her while she tracks down criminals that only she seems to understand.