Category: Collaborative Model and Data

Prizes for the worst inventions, Nobel Prize in Advertising and Influence, Bad Historical Innovations

Prizes for the worst inventions, Nobel Prize in Advertising and Influence, Bad Historical Innovations — Perhaps there needs to be a prize for the worst inventions.   I was thinking about plastic and disposable products. “Oh, the convenience of plastic and paper products – use it once, and just throw it away!” Absolutely brilliant. And,
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Eventually all the vacuum, quantum, noise and gravitational engineering groups will work together

Put the data from your devices on the Internet and share it live 24/7 with everyone in the world, so it is “all humans” not just “us”, then I will start to believe your words.   Archive the noise so it can be studied. You can get to where your systems are sensitive gravimeters, and
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Global mergers & acquisitions for global open collaborations and new markets, not failed industries

I was hoping you would use real measurements of noise in industrial scale heat sources, machine learning and then unit optimization. Then you would not have to fabricate many small units with low yields and high costs per unit.   The spatial FFT does matter, because it limits the spatial size of fluctuations and that
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ResearchGate seems to have no archives or way for members to work together

At https://www.researchgate.net/profile/H-Neidig you have a few paper by H A Neidig.  His full name is Howard Anthony Neidig.  If you search for him https://www.google.com/search?q=Howard+Anthony+(Tony)+Neidig you find he attended Lebanon Valley College in Pennsylvania and was an early advocate for the Chemical Bond Approach effort that seems to have been stimulated by John F Kennedy’s “moon
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Why did I work on certain problems all my life? The Chemical Bond Approach, Passion Without Guidance

Passion Without Guidance. My first year of high school was 1963/64 at Eau Gallie High School just across the bay from Cape Canaveral where my Dad was working. Kennedy gave his moon speech at Rice University on 12 Sep 1962. Within a few months, my Dad left his old job in Texas and moved our
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OnSemi and others who are part of ( “machine vision” OR “machine learning” )

https://www.onsemi.com I was just looking for a datasheet for the AR0522. I was on Digikey looking to buy it, and their “datasheet” is only a summary. I wanted something that shows pins, interfaces and register level programming. I am looking at education on the Internet at all levels. One area where advances seem to be
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properties of each pixel can be estimated and used to project the history backwards and forwards in time

NASASpaceNews: On JWST Found a Young Milky Way in the Early Universe by NASASpaceNews at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LeGj7hW9dSw The velocity and acceleration and properties of each pixel can be estimated and used to project the history backwards and forwards in time. Not generic evolutions, but very specific to time specific recorded data. Over larger regions, the back
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Internet footprints of ‘integrated topics’ now are mostly kaleidoscopic and fragmented

MaterialsProject: Materials Project Seminars – Tian Xie “MatterGen: a generative model for inorganic materials design” at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Smz1go6_Spo Please put links to individuals, papers, groups and resources in each video description and “about us”. On your next-gen materials project about/people page the whole list of Materials Algorithms, Data and Experimental Validation people have no affiliation listed.
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Start from the beginning to facilitate users and groups

Varun Karthikeyan @Varun55484761 Bhatathiya Antariksh Station still in its preliminary stages. Currently Details of Space Station is under investigation. ISRO hopeful that 1st module of space station can put in orbit around 2028. Around 2035 we can complete the construction of the station. Details in the slides https://pic.twitter.com/ho2r4vQ2RJ Replying to @Varun55484761 If you will start
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