Could the secret to developing truly & 34;intelligent& 34; AI be role-play gaming? Rather than the ability to destroy a human player at chess, true AI should be able to convince other players it is really able to invent a narrative.RELATED: 25 OLDIES BUT GOLDIES COMPUTER GAMESIf this could be achieved, we might well be on the true path to real artificial intelligence.
The need for larger plots of lands leads to higher emissions.October 23, 2019There is a widespread belief that organic farming reduces greenhouse gas emissions, is better for the planet, and ultimately for humans too. You wouldn& 39;t be entirely wrong if you believe this information.However, a new study by researchers at Cranfield University in the U.
The U.S. has begun the formal process of exiting an accord aimed at saving the planet.November 04, 2019President Donald Trump& 39;s White House has begun the process of formally withdrawing from the landmark Paris Climate Accord designed to curb emissions and save the planet from climate change.In a statement Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said the U.
Researchers have found a way to give mammals the temporary ability to see in the dark.By Jessica MileyMarch 01, 2019Scientists from the University of Massachusetts have developed a way to give night vision to mice. With just a simple injection containing nanoantenna, the mice were given the superpower of being able to see in the dark.
Electric cars are becoming the norm. And, yes, the technology is not perfect, yet EVs are already becoming a mainstay on roads across the world. Over 2 million electric vehicleswere sold in 2018 to consumers with that number expected to rise. The electric effect is in full force, and who wouldn’t want to have an electric car?
Archaeologists have developed a new X-ray scanner that can study ancient cave art in remarkable detail and can help protect it from damage.April 02, 2019Shumla Archaeological Research and Education CenterArchaeologists have developed a new technique to analyze the elemental make-up of prehistoric rock artwork using “X-ray vision” that can better preserve these valuable sites.