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Make-A-Video

makeavideo.studio · Sep 29

Make-A-Video research builds on the recent progress made in text-to-image generation technology built to enable text-to-video generation. The system uses images with descriptions to learn what the world looks like and how it is often described. It also uses unlabeled videos to learn how the world...

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Economic estimation of Bitcoin mining’s climate damages demonstrates closer resemblance to digital crude than digital gold

nature.com · Sep 29

This paper provides economic estimates of the energy-related climate damages of mining Bitcoin (BTC), the dominant proof-of-work cryptocurrency. We provide three sustainability criteria for signaling when the climate damages may be unsustainable. BTC mining fails all three. We find that for 2016...

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All of This Will Happen Again

theatlantic.com · Sep 30

More pandemics will come. America has chosen to remain unprepared.

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Madeline Ashby (@MadelineAshby) · Sep 30
RT @edyong209: And this final pandemic piece is a distilled shot of the argument I’ve been brewing for 3 yrs. This has been soul-crushing w…
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This Month in Astronomical History: March 2020 | American Astronomical Society

aas.org · Sep 29

Each month this series from the AAS Historical Astronomy Division highlights an important discovery or memorable event. In this installment we focus on the first astronomer whose name we know.

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Dr Wendy L Schultz (@wendyinfutures) · Sep 29
RT @Rainmaker1973: The first recorded scientist in history was En Hedu’anna, the chief astronomer-priestess of Ur. She lived around 2300 BC…
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🦅Patriotic, AntiFash, Mask Wearing American 🦅 (@jimmath) · Sep 29
RT @RBReich: So how do the ultra-rich justify their wealth and their low tax rates? By using three myths. All are utter rubbish. https://t.…

Andy Miah

live.newscientist.com · Sep 30

Andy Miah is Chair in Science Communication & Future Media and leads the #SciComm Space at the University of Salford. He is also a Fellow of the Institute for Ethics and Emerging Technologies, USA and an Advisory Board Member for the Museum of Science and Industry, Manchester, and Executive Commi...

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Perspective: Objects in Pictures Are Not Always As They Seem

petapixel.com · Sep 30

The video above is only 44 seconds long, but we'll bet it'll take up at least a minute and a half of your time -- you'll just have to watch it twice. It

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Dr Wendy L Schultz (@wendyinfutures) · Sep 30
RT @Rainmaker1973: This video created by British psychological professor Richard Wiseman demonstrates the power of perspective in creating…

NETSCOUT Threat Intelligence Report

netscout.com · Sep 29

Geopolitical tension leads to increased DDoS attack activity. Carpet-bombing and DNS water-torture attacks are on the rise. Playing DDoS defense with suppression and threat intelligence. DDoS botnets are more potent than ever before.

Why London’s housing market is heading for disaster

telegraph.co.uk · Sep 30

Soaring rates will hit buyers in the capital – and pull down house prices

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Robin Ravi Crow @GrowCrows invest build startup (@robinravi) · Sep 30
RT @TeleProperty: 🏠 Why London’s housing market is heading for disaster Soaring rates will hit buyers in the capital – and pull down house…
Vinay (@leashless) · Sep 30
RT @TeleProperty: Lenders have withdrawn mortgages en masse and economists have forecast 15pc house price falls. But experts warned that…
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