Google co-founder Sergey Brin building $100 mill giant blimp to bring food, supplies and medicine to world’s needy

Google co-founder Sergey Brin is constructing a $100 million-plus blimp which would be used to transport supplies, food, medicine and other necessities to the needy around the world where other aircraft cannot reach. The blimp will use internal bladders to control its lightweight body, and helium -- not hydrogen, will be the gas used to...
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Researchers finding significant health benefits of coffee

Coffee is now being studied more closely by researchers who are seeing potential for significant disease prevention and therapeutics. They are trying to understand how the coffee and caffeine actually work within the cells as population studies show promise for therapeutics. Harvard researchers have done a study which indicates that drinking 1-3 cups of...
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Another thought on an application for Google lens–apps for diagnosing illnesses in developing countries including potential epidemics

There are visible symptoms connected with many illnesses. Where a disease does not present visible symptoms they frequently can be diagnosed through b blood test readings. As I mentioned yesterday, Google is building artificial intelligence into its Google lens connected to its smart phone. So, with regard to disease detection and "roughcut" diagnoses, I...
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Google lens turns your camera into a Sherlock Holmes

Sherlock Homes is a master of deductive reasoning and pattern recognition in the sustaining novels of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. He could, in fractions of a second, make observations of the smallest note of a person's clothing, rate of breathing, hair color and perfume type and put them together into conclusions that explained them...
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Trump appoints Quicken Loans lobbiest to Dept of Urban Development even though Quicken named in DOJ suit on mortgages

Presidenti-elect Trump has named Shawn Krause, head of Quicken Loans' government relations division to the transition's team for the Department of Housing and Urban Development. Quicken loans is involved in a case taken against it by the Department of Justice. The DOJ sued Quicken concerning allegations it knowingly issued defective mortgages insured by HUD's...
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