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With the boost of smartphones, tablets, and computers, you’ll rarely find a person who uses a pen. Once mentioned as mightier than a sword, the pens are now only used perhaps by the students. So, to make its existence important, today’s pens should be technologically advanced. This is where the ChargeWrite comes. The brainchild of Montreal-based entrepreneurs Shaun Teblum and Rob Gold, this smart pen is not only you’re your best writing option but also your smartphone’s best companion.
Now, for the first time, a neural network has achieved the ability to generalize learning new tasks. The ramifications could be truly seismic. Many experts have seen the ability to generalize learning as one of the defining differences between how a neural network attacks a learning problem versus how a human does.
A computer that could generalize between learned activities would fundamentally alter the intelligence landscape, conceivably igniting the kind of “hard takeoff” scenario espoused by Nick Bostrom in his seminal book Superintelligence: Paths, Dangers, Strategies.
Macsense HomePod™ is a digital stereo component that streams music files stored on computers to HomePods located anywhere in the house. It features an 802.11b wireless and Ethernet network interface, FM tuner, USB port, built-in stereo speakers, stereo audio outputs to home hi-fi system, headphone jack, 2.5″ back-lit LCD display, jog-shuttle rotating dial, and on-unit control buttons.