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World’s First PC Rediscovered by Accident in UK House Clearance

House clearers in the UK made a rediscovery of two Q1 microcomputers, believed to be the world's first single-microchip PCs. This finding adds to the world's count of surviving units, now totaling three. Brendan O'Shea, the founder of Just Clear,...

Summit of Experts in Athens to Delve Into Generative AI

A generative AI summit will be held in Athens, Greece between February 29th and March 2nd with the participation of dozens of experts from around the world. The summit, which will be held at Eugenides Foundation, will delve into AI’s...

Drone Footage Reveals What Saudi Arabia’s Line Giga-Project Looks Like

The Line, Saudi Arabia's 170-kilometer-long (105 miles) mega mirror city being constructed in the desert in Neom, is progressing. It is just one of a suite of giga-projects, either completed or currently being worked on in the region What Will...

Neuralink’s First Patient Controls Mouse by Thinking, Musk Says

Elon Musk said on Monday that the first human patient implanted with a brain chip from Neuralink appears to have fully recovered and can control a computer mouse using only thoughts. "Progress is good, and the patient seems to have...

OpenAI’s Text-to-Video Tool Sora Sets Internet Alight

OpenAI, the creator of ChatGPT, has unveiled a new form of artificial intelligence, named Sora, that creates realistic videos based on text prompts, prompting stunned reactions online. The text-to-video model has “a deep understanding of language” and can generate “compelling...

China Unveils World’s Fastest Internet Transmitting 150 Movies Per Second

China has recently rolled out the ‘world’s fastest internet network’ that it claims can transmit data at a rate of 1.2 terabits per second. The project has been jointly developed by the Tsinghua University, China Mobile, Huawei and CERNET.com Corporation, according...

Never-Before-Seen Ore With a Rare Earth Element Discovered

Chinese researchers have recently discovered a new ore called niobobaotite in the Inner Mongolian city of Baotou, which contains the rare earth element niobium. This is a significant advancement in materials science and mining considering niobium is highly valued...

Floating Sea Farms Could Feed the World, Scientists Say

In a groundbreaking endeavor, scientists at the University of South Australia have devised an innovative solution to tackle the pressing challenges of freshwater scarcity and food production. They have introduced a pioneering concept of vertical sea farms floating on the...

Sophia, Most Famous Humanoid AI Robot, Tours Athens

Sophia, the globally renowned humanoid AI robot, recently toured Athens and was captured in a photograph against the backdrop of the Acropolis. Sophia, whose name means ‘wisdom’ in Greek, participated in a technology and information event organized by companies from...

AI Deciphers 2,000 Greek Letters From Vesuvius-Damaged Herculaneum Scrolls

With the help of AI, a team of tech-savvy students has successfully deciphered over 2,000 Greek letters from an ancient scroll in Herculaneum that was damaged during the Vesuvius eruption nearly 2,000 years ago. Experts see this discovery in ancient...

Elon Musk’s Neuralink Implants First Brain Chip in a Human

Elon Musk, Neuralink’s billionaire founder, said the first human received an implant from the brain-chip startup on Sunday and is recovering well, in a post on X (formerly Twitter) on Monday. The company's goal is to connect human brains to...

Elon Musk’s AI Start-Up Seeks to Raise $6Bn From Investors

Elon Musk's AI company, xAI, is discussing plans to secure funding of up to six billion dollars. The Tesla and X leader is reaching out to investors worldwide, including those in Hong Kong, as he aims to compete with...

World’s First Super Submarine for Billionaires Unveiled

Billionaires such as Jeff Bezos and Roman Abramovich cruise the seas in gigantic pleasure boats called superyachts. Now might be the time for them to explore the depths of the ocean in style. An Austrian design company might just...

26 Billion Personal Records Leaked From Twitter, LinkedIn, and Dropbox

Over 26 billion personal records have been leaked from X, formerly Twitter, LinkedIn, and Dropbox in what has been described as the "Mother of all Breaches," cybersecurity researchers have warned. Sensitive information was discovered on an unsecured page in a...

Face of Roman Britain’s Only Known Crucifixion Victim Revealed

Only one crucified person has been identified in Roman Britain. The man's skeleton was discovered in Cambridgeshire during a dig in 2017. In a recent BBC Four documentary titled The Cambridgeshire Crucifixion, researchers revealed a facial reconstruction of how...