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Harvard-developed AI identifies shortest path to human happiness

Harvard-developed AI identifies shortest path to human happiness

Researchers have created a digital model of psychology aimed at improving mental health. The system offers superior customization and identifies the shortest path to a mental stability group for any individual. Deep Longevity, in collaboration with Harvard Medical School, presents a deep learning approach to mental health. Deep Longevity published an article in Aging-US describing …

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The wind sensor of the Perseverance Mars rover damaged by stones

The wind sensor of the Perseverance Mars rover damaged by stones

Mars can be a terribly windy place, it turns out. The Perseverance rover landed on the red planet in February 2021 carrying, among other instruments, a weather station called the Mars Environmental Dynamics Analyzer (MEDA). This instrument includes two wind sensors that measure speed and direction, among several other sensors that provide meteorological measurements such …

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Harvard-developed AI identifies shortest path to human happiness

Harvard-developed AI identifies shortest path to human happiness

Researchers have created a digital model of psychology aimed at improving mental health. The system offers superior customization and identifies the shortest path to a mental stability group for any individual. Deep Longevity, in collaboration with Harvard Medical School, presents a deep learning approach to mental health. Deep Longevity published an article in Aging-US describing …

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A rocket has mysteriously crashed into the Moon.  The world of military intelligence has no idea who sent it

A rocket has mysteriously crashed into the Moon. The world of military intelligence has no idea who sent it

Imagine, if you will, a rocket crashing onto the lunar surface. The crash site is unique, unlike the others. The rocket itself is from an unknown location. It’s not The twilight zone, it is reality. Last month, NASA revealed that some kind of rocket had crashed into the Moon, with a strange impact crater. On …

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A rocket has mysteriously crashed into the Moon.  The world of military intelligence has no idea who sent it

A rocket has mysteriously crashed into the Moon. The world of military intelligence has no idea who sent it

Imagine, if you will, a rocket crashing onto the lunar surface. The crash site is unique, unlike the others. The rocket itself is from an unknown location. It’s not The twilight zone, it is reality. Last month, NASA revealed that some kind of rocket had crashed into the Moon, with a strange impact crater. On …

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New CERN Hadron Collider experiment sparks doomsday plots on July 5 – what’s really going on

New CERN Hadron Collider experiment sparks doomsday plots on July 5 – what’s really going on

DOOMSDAY conspiracy theories abound as CERN’s new Large Hadron Collider experiment on July 5 is set to create unprecedented levels of energy. The European Organization for Nuclear Research is celebrating its tenth anniversary by restarting its Large Hadron Collider after it shut down three years ago. 1 Conspiracy theories abound as CERN’s iconic Large Hadron …

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Just steps from launch, NASA’s Artemis 1 moon rocket returns to the hangar – Spaceflight Now

Just steps from launch, NASA’s Artemis 1 moon rocket returns to the hangar – Spaceflight Now

NASA’s Artemis 1 lunar mission rocket rolls through High Bay 3 of the Vehicle Assembly Building on Saturday, July 2. Credit: Stephen Clark/Spaceflight Now NASA’s powerful new Space Launch System moon rocket was ferried from its launch pad to Kennedy Space Center’s Vehicle Assembly Building on Saturday for final repairs, testing and shutdown, closing in …

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