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Winning the War on Error Solving the Halting Problem and Curing Cancer - YouTube
Amazing talk by Matt Might. He applied his research on static analysis of computer programs to the human genome and got meaningful results in clinical lab trials of precision medicine.
programming  biology  science  research  government  medicine  genomics  StaticAnalysis  FunctionalProgramming  math  video 
yesterday by jefframnani
"Academia is the easiest way to share papers with millions of people across the world for free. A study recently published in PLOS ONE found that papers uploaded to Academia receive a 69% boost in citations over 5 years."

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Academia | | retr 24 jun 2017
website  philosophy  education  research 
yesterday by tometaxu
AI film editor can cut scenes in seconds to suit your style
AI has won at Go and done a few other cool things, but so far it's been mighty unimpressive at harder tasks like customers service, Twitter engagement and scrip...
research  ai 
yesterday by andrewc
Caltech Made a Sensor That Could Be the Lensless Camera of the Future
The brainiacs at Caltech have produced something really cool: an imaging chip that produces an image from light sensors… without lenses. It’s a chip that could be the birth of the future of photography.
The camera has an arsenal of light receivers, each of which can individually add a tightly controlled time delay to the light it receives, allowing you to “look” in different directions and focus on different things in the scene in-front of the chip.
camera  chip  technology  research 
yesterday by rgl7194

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