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Microsoft Making Bold Move With ChatGPT

SEATTLE - ChatGPT, the new chatbot that's taken the internet by storm and already drafted unknown numbers of proposals, emails, poems, and grade school reports--and of course answered questions for more than a million users--will be integrated into Microsoft's Bing search engine sometime in March, according to multiple media reports. Microsoft has not commented publicly on the

By |2023-01-17T13:47:51-05:00January 16th, 2023|New Products, New Products / Contracts|

Artificial Intelligence Becomes A Lawyer

SAN FRANCISCO - Next month, AI will enter the courtroom, and the US legal system may never be the same. An artificial intelligence chatbot, technology programmed to respond to questions and hold a conversation, is expected to advise two individuals fighting speeding tickets in courtrooms in undisclosed cities. The two will wear a wireless headphone,

By |2023-01-15T11:20:17-05:00January 15th, 2023|Artificial Intelligence, Featured, Industry 4.0|

How Energy Leaders Envision Countering Climate Change in the Future

WASHINGTON DC - With the federal government promising over US$360 billion in clean energy incentives under the Inflation Reduction Act, energy companies are already lining up investments. It’s a huge opportunity, and analysts project that it could help slash U.S. greenhouse gas emissions by about 40% within the decade. But in conversations with energy industry leaders in recent months,

By |2023-01-15T11:20:18-05:00January 15th, 2023|Clean Update, Featured|

Signatures Of Alien Technology Could Be How Humanity Finds Extraterrestrial Life

WASHINGTON DC - If an alien were to look at Earth, many human technologies – from cell towers to fluorescent light bulbs – could be a beacon signifying the presence of life. We are two astronomers who work on the search for extraterrestrial intelligence – or SETI. In our research, we try to characterize and detect signs of technology originating from

By |2023-01-15T11:20:19-05:00January 15th, 2023|Science|

Solar-Powered Vehicles One Tech To Watch In 2023

SAN FRANCISCO - From transparent solar panels to fusion power breakthroughs, lots of time, talent and money is being invested in developing more sustainable technologies. We put together a list of some of the ones we'll be keeping an eye on in 2023. Let's start our rundown with the original green power source: the sun.

By |2023-01-15T11:20:20-05:00January 15th, 2023|Auto Tech, Featured|

Swiss Company Pulled CO2 Out Of Atmosphere And Stored It Underground

SWITZERLAND  - Microsoft, Stripe, and Shopify are officially the first companies in the world to pay to filter their carbon dioxide emissions out of the air, store those emissions underground, and have that service verified by a third party. Climate tech company Climeworks announced that it had completed the service, and its third-party verification of

By |2023-01-15T11:20:20-05:00January 15th, 2023|Carbon Capture, Industry 4.0|

Pentagon Report: 247 New Unidentified Flying Objects Sighted In 2022

WASHINGTON DC - On Thursday, the Director of National Intelligence released a new report on UFOs in 2022, something it is now required to do by law. According to the report, the new Pentagon agency studying the phenomenon of strange things seen in the sky processed 247 fresh UFO sightings last year. After a surge

By |2023-01-15T10:42:30-05:00January 13th, 2023|Featured, Science|

Energy Breakthroughs Could Make Electricity From Air

NEW YORK - New devices could each represent a major breakthrough in making clean energy out of thin air, according to their creators. They mimic natural processes to gather hydrogen, which is currently made using methane and uses vast amounts of fossil energy. One is the invention of a new kind of solar panel, 10

By |2023-01-11T11:09:11-05:00January 11th, 2023|Clean Update|

World’s Most Powerful Wind Turbine Can Produce 80 GWh Per Year

DENMARK - The world’s most powerful wind turbine – the Vestas V236-15.0 MW offshore prototype – has produced its first power. It’s now fully installed at the Østerild Test Center for large wind turbines in Western Jutland, Denmark, and it will undergo an extensive test and verification program before full type certification and serial production begins. The V236-15.0MW

By |2023-01-11T11:09:12-05:00January 11th, 2023|Industry 4.0|

Why Are Hydrogen-Powered Vehicles Getting So Much Attention Lately?

DETROIT - As the automotive industry continues to innovate, hydrogen fuel is becoming an increasingly hot topic of conversation. Governments and environmental groups alike are taking note as car companies rapidly introduce revolutionary new technologies that allow vehicles like the Hyperion XP-1 and Hyundai N Vision to use this form of energy. The potential for more efficient transportation

By |2023-01-11T11:09:13-05:00January 11th, 2023|Industry 4.0|