Yes trembled in the CDMX with the goal of Chuky Lozano? We have answers

A goal from Hirving “El Chucky” Lozano that we will never forget was enough to give Mexico a result historic defeat for the first time in a World to the powerful Germany, the defending champion. Of course of mexicans all over the world was superlative, and the epicenter of that celebration was the City of Mexico, the largest concentration of the aztecs that is. Hirving Lozano can already boast that he scored a goal at the world champion in his first match of a World cup. Worth watching again and…

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A processor’s quantum may exceed the supercomputers classic

Quantum computing seems to be the next paradigm in the industry of zeros and ones. There is actually already a battle between Google, IBM and Intel, in which each company seeks to become the leader in this new technology and that already today could be taken processors that exceed the supercomputers of the computer classic. This would be the first time that happened. NASA captures for the first time to a black hole devouring a star Google has shown its chip quantum computing, Bristlecone, that has the new record in…

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Sleep 8 hours a day is not enough, says leading scientist in dream

We have terrible news: our sleep habits are terrible, and its impact on our health and productivity is considerable. And is that the scientist from Penn State university in the united States, Daniel Gartenberg, just say that sleeping 8 hours is not enough and that in order to have a good health are needed 8.5 hours of sleep each 24 day. These are the volcanoes with the highest risk of making rash and one is in Mexico Terrible news considering that last year a study from the University of california…

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These are the volcanoes with the highest risk of making rash and one is in Mexico

The world is a dangerous place to live. For example, those who live in Mexico know that we are exposed to earthquakes a day yes and another also. There are in fact thousands of earthquakes per day in our country, but these are not significant to the extent that we’re not aware of. However, there are present and work tirelessly looking for knowing in advance the possibility of occurrence of an earthquake. This still has not been achieved. So viewed from space the world’s most active volcanoes (including the Popo)…

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The magnetic fields could be the key to the formation of the stars

For the first time have been discovered and mapped magnetic fields of extremely subtle in what is called in astronomy “the Pillars of Creation“, which is a structure that has become famous thanks to the Hubble space telescope. The structure consists of cosmic dust and gas dense and cold that it seems to be is what it ends up to form the stars. A novel research has shown that the magnetic fields that run over the so-called Pillars of Creation, they are at different angles with respect to the regions…

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We need to talk about the more powerful computer of the world

The Oak Ridge National Laboratory, which depends on the Department of Energy of the united States, has revealed his super – computer, which is capable of 200 trillion floating point operations per second (200 petaflop barrier). This is probably the super-computer more powerful on the planet. The machine, called Summit, is 8 times more powerful than the previous model in the same laboratory, Titan, which could make 2012 a 27 petaflop barrier. FIFA 19, Battlefield V and everything that EA presented in the #E32018 It is clear that the super-computers…

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Create realistic animation thanks to the Artificial Intelligence

Researchers at the Institute of Informatics Max Planck institute, the Technical University of Munich, the University of Bath, Stanford University, and Technicolor, have desabollado the first system based on deep learning that can transfer the position of a 3D head, facial expressions and even the movement of the eyes, from an actor (source of information) to a target (an actor which will receive all these instructions). this work is based on the project Face2Face, which was reported in 2016 and is the first to put words into the mouth of…

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OpenAI is recruiting candidates who are interested in the AI

OpenAI is a non-profit company that is dedicated to the research in Artificial Intelligence, which was founded in 2015 and that seeks to promote and develop intelligent systems for the benefit of the people. Elon Musk was the president of this company but left the position because of a conflict of interests, although it is still financially supporting the effort and in addition, continues to attract donors of a high profile. PHOTOS: Converted to 22 actors from Marvel Films in women using FaceApp The number of projects in AI that…

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Why do roaches get into the ears of humans?

During the last few weeks we have heard several cases of patients in the united States who report ear aches, tingling and tingling, accompanied by headaches and strange sounds, and in which they have found remains of cockroaches that are hosted in the cavities of-hearing patients and that in some cases it is also presumed to have deposited eggs there. Some cases very talked-about have been the a woman from Florida who lived with a cockroach in your ear for nine days before she was taken away from you, or…

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How do I make a stereogram?

The esteroegramas were invented by Bela Julesz in 1959. His idea was to test the ability of the people to see three dimensions. Julesz was generating an image with uniform spots, created at random in their distribution. Then selected a circular area of dots within the picture and walked a bit, thus generating a second image. The people then eventually I could feel this tour of the original image and see that it was a three-dimensional image. The issue is that Julesz was assumed (correctly) that perception of depth was…

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Now the Artificial Intelligence is better at detecting skin cancer

A study conducted by an international team of researchers measured experienced dermatologists against the systems of deep learning, known as specifically as “deep learning in neural networks convolucionadas”, to see the effectiveness in detecting malignant melanoma. Report results with adult content in some Google searches The results were certainly not flattering to the medical specialists. The neural networks were much better in the detection of skin cancer, according to the report made in this regard and published in Annals of Oncology. In the study there were 58 dermatologists from 17…

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Intel opens its code of natural language: NLP Architect

NLP Architect is a library written in Python to explore the topologies of deep learning as well as the techniques of natural language, both to process it and understand it, so be it a platform for research and collaboration for the future. Currently, they include the following features, which the developers have found interesting from a research perspective and in terms of practical applications: Now Alexa can be your assistant when programs code Models nuclear NLP, which allow the extraction of a robust linguistic features of flow of work as…

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Could the dark matter have electric charge?

Julián Muñoz, of the University of Harvard says: “you have heard of electric cars and e-books. Now we are talking about dark matter power“. Muñoz is the leading researcher of a study published in the journal Nature. However, it clarifies the researcher: “this electric charge is in one of the smaller scales”. This would be the date of presentation of the Galaxy Note 9 Muñoz and his collaborator, Avi Loeb, Center for Astrophysics Harvard-Smithsonian, Cambridge, Massachusetts, explores the possibility that the charged particles of the dark matter can interact with…

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How to make robots learn like the human beings?

Matthew Huson is a writer who has published in the journal Science a sketch of the progress that they should have computers (and robots) to learn and think like humans. In his article, points to many of the problems that must be resolved before that machines can think like us. However, their major suggestion arises in realizing that human beings learn by trial and error and that all of this is backed up with what might be called instinct. VIDEO: TIME magazine made history by using 958 drones to make…

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Dies the fourth man to set foot on the Moon

Alan Bean was the lunar module pilot, the mission number 12 of the project Apollo, which occurred in November of 1969. He was on the Moon for 31 hours and did two hikes at our natural satellite, leaving experiments on the surface of the Moon in that brief time along with the mission commander, Charles Conrad. Collecting about 34 kilograms of stones and rocks from the lunar soil for later study on Earth Bean died last Saturday in Houston, Texas, the product of a short illness, at the age of…

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A patent of IBM to control the traffic lights

The transit of the big cities is always massive and complicated. Traffic lights many times, instead of make fluid the going and coming of the cars, make that there are crashes where motorists are frustrated, wasting time, caught up in their units. IBM has thought of how to resolve this situation and even already has a patent about it. Marc Chacksfield said: “The lights [traffic lights] will be controlled by cameras instead of timers”, and adds, “the idea is that a computer could analyze the traffic flow in real time…

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Leela Chess Zero: AlphaZero to the PC

A few months ago came the news that the company DeepMind, the same that created AlphaGo, a program that defeated the best players of the oriental board game Go, encoded via deep learning and neural networks, had done the same with the theme of chess, creating AlphaZero, that in the words of its creators, in 4 days of self-training and instructing the program only the movement of the pieces, I had achieved a level of International Master. To test such a level, put at AlphaZero to play against Stockfish, to…

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The latest theory of Stephen Hawking

Stephen Hawking was an icon of science. In addition to opining on the danger of Artificial Intelligence, Hawking appeared in a large number of programs, for example, The Big Bang Theory or even the Simpsons. It was a character in all senses. Academically he won all the awards that a physical you can get to get (not counting the Nobel Prize), and gave more than 15 honorary doctorates. Hawking worked some 20 years of his life in a theory, which says that in a certain place, space must be other…

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Hitler died definitively in 1945, according to a study dental

“We can’t stop all the conspiracy theories about Hitler. But what is certain is that not fled to Argentina in a submarine or to a base hidden in Antarctica or on the dark side of the Moon”, says professor Philippe Charlier, who claims that Adolf Hitler died definitively in 1945 in Berlin, having taken cyanida and in addition, taking a shot, after murdering his wife in a treatment of the macabre. The results are based on the analysis of a fragment of the teeth of the dictator, which is located…

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Scientists explain how did Michael Jackson lean in ‘Smooth Criminal’

How not to miss Michael Jackson. His genius has not been seen again, as a performer, artist and dancer, made history. And it is precisely this last talent that this day we can remember. And is that all or most will have seen the movement as epic does in the video for their hit “Smooth Criminal” in that it is tilted 45 degrees as if it were something normal. Scientific mathematically calculated, the brute-force real Thanos, and WOW! Many theories arose: That if his shoes were glued to the floor…

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Scientific mathematically calculated, the brute-force real Thanos, and WOW!

Do you recall that just at the beginning of Infinity War Thanos will tip Hulk the beating of his life? That scene is not a coincidence, because the lord intergalactic not only is one of the most bad, it is also one of the strongest. In fact it is the most powerful that has appeared in the 10 year history of The Avengers. What Deadpool will appear in Avengers 4? This theory backs it up But to leave no doubt about it, professor Steven Cranford of Northeastern University in the…

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VIDEO: NASA warns of severe water shortages after altering their cycles at the global level

The water is probably the most important natural resource on the planet, but also one of the most neglected and the most wasted. What is certain is that the issue of your scarcity as we are reaching, and according to NASA, could give us real problems to our daily life in the short term. What there is to know about the collision of asteroids with Earth According to a video released by the famous Goddard Space Agency of USA, the cycles of water availability around the planet have been altered…

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What there is to know about the collision of asteroid with the Earth

There are hundreds of thousands of objects that could collide with the Earth at some point. They are known as the NEO (Near Earth Objects) and it is assumed that there are many more that have already been detected. However, the power to predict whether you might be approaching dangerously close to the Earth still something of science fiction. All about the asteroid that will pass VERY close to Earth For example, it is thought that in the solar system orbiting about 500 thousand NEOs, with a diameter ranging from…

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Might have discovered the Planet 9 our Solar System is not Pluto

An alteration in the orbit of a stellar object monitored by scientists in California may give more impetus than ever to the theory that there exists a ninth mysterious planet part of our Solar System but has remained in anonymity. And is that the specialist noticed variations of up to 54 degrees in the inclination of the celestial body, something that could only be caused by the gravitational force of a planet. VIDEO: Travels around the North Pole of Jupiter in 3D courtesy of NASA This theory exposed by Michael…

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All about the asteroid that will pass VERY close to Earth

It seems that the human being likes the news fateful. In the year 1999, he became a great promotion to the alleged problem of the year 2000, the time bomb, where the computers all fail because the databases would be all corrupt to be used for years two numbers to the field “year” instead of four. And thus, the systems would not know if a date would be, for example, of 1900 or the year 2000. When it came to the dreaded date nothing happened. The author of this idea…

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Looking for time travelers, literally, to attend the service in memory of Hawking

On the 14th of march 2018 he died one of the physical most iconic after Einstein. We refer to Stephen Hawking, who in addition to his work on cosmology, black holes and the nature of time, was a public figure and even appeared in tv series like Big Bang Theory and The Simpsons. [embedded content] The ashes of the famous character will be the 15 of June in Westminster Abbey, near the tombs of other great scientists such as Charles Darwin and Isaac Newton. The three sons of Hawking, Robert,…

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