Neurons on microchip develop neural networks to play Pong using 'synthetic biological intelligence'
Cortigal Labs, a biological computing company in Australia, has developed 'synthetic biological intelligence', for the first time. This was demonstrated through a study of brain cells grown in a Petri dish that developed to play Pong, on their own.Read full story
Mobilizing Poseiden: Russia's underwater nuclear weapons system
Amid awareness of nuclear threats, a Russian submarine carrying a nuclear weapon has vanished from its' Arctic base. Yahoo News Australia reports that the Belgorod submarine had been operating at a base Northwest of Russia, in the White Sea, but is no longer at that location.Read full story
Tesla's Optimus, humanoid robot make premiere. Could end labor shortages.
Elon Musk plans to make millions of the Optimus humanoid robot. The product is being developed under the autonomous electric vehicle manufacturer, Tesla. In early October, Musk gave a long-awaited reveal of its' Tesla bot, at Tesla's AI day. Optimus danced and waved to onlookers as Musk revealed that the version was a rough prototype.Read full story
Kentucky partnerships bring skills training to inmates.
In Davies County, Kentucky, county and city institutions are working to help inmates re-integrate into society upon release. Daviess County Jail inmates take instruction from a speaker at the facility.Greater Owensboro Economic Development Corporation.Read full story
US announces initiative to end hunger by 2030.
By 2030, the Biden administration is seeking to end hunger in the US. President Joe Biden plans to announce an initiative today, 9/28/2022 to end hunger in the US by 2030.whitehouse.gov.Read full story
New science uses MicroRNA to regrow 90% of hair loss
Researchers at North Carolina State University found a microRNA (miRNA) that promotes hair regeneration. The particular miRNA is called, miR-218-5p. The Norwood Scale shows a reference for where male pattern baldness generally occurs.Medical News Today.Read full story
US-made semiconductor chips get a boost from the CHIPS program
Since the year 2020, semiconductor microchip production has greatly slowed, causing shortages in microchips for vehicles, phones, computers, and other reliant technologies. The US has taken steps to bolster domestic manufacturing of semiconductor chips.Katharine Arens.Read full story
New medical science volatomics, detects diseases on breath, sweat, tears, other bodily emissions
Volatomic technology systems is a newly developing field in medical diagnosis that can detect diseases from bodily emissions. Volatomics is a new field in medial science involving a emerging technologies that can detect diseases in bodily emissions.Nano Research, Tsinghua University Press.Read full story
Haycraft Park & Trail has bridges, rabbits and waterways in Elizabethtown, Ky
Haycraft Part & Trail is a nature trail, provided with upkeep from Greenspace Inc. in Kentucky. The City of Elizabethtown, KY notes that The Elizabethtown Greenbelt Walking Tours and Parks are areas around Freeman Lake, Buffalo Lake, Fisherman's Lake, and the streams of tributaries that flow from them.Read full story
Nuclear-powered flying hotel concept can fly for years and hold 5,000 guests
A concept has been constructed for the world's first nuclear-powered flying luxury hotel. The Sky Cruise floating hotel is designed to carry 5,000 passengers, rivaling the largest hotel in the world, the MGM Grand Las Vegas with 6,852 rooms, according to Luxury Launches.Read full story
Fastest Tesla Supercharger is in Elizabethtown, KY
Elizabethtown, Ky has the fastest Tesla charger on the market, the Tesla Supercharger station. Tesla Motors offers 4 types of chargers for it's Tesla electronic vehicles (EVs), according to their website:Read full story
Civil War Lebanon Junction, KY: Union General William Tecumseh Sherman left to set ablaze S. Carolina (KY Civil War 4/4)
This report is 4/4 in the: Intro to the Civil War in Kentucky, by TwoSq Media. General William Tecumseh Sherman was the son of an Ohio Supreme Court Justice. After his father's sudden death in 1829, the family lived with family and friend. William Sherman eventually found himself in the care of Senator Thomas Ewing, whom helped Sherman enroll in the United States Military Academy; he graduated sixth in his class in 1840, according to American Battlefied Trust.Read full story
Gamers unite at 3 Decade Arcade in Elizabethtown, KY
There's a new gaming station in town. That is the 3 Decade Arcade located in downtown Elizabethtown. 3 Decade Arcade is a new gaming spot in Elizabethtown, KY. They offer venue for parties, food and beverages on site, and gaming currency.TwoSq Media.Read full story
U.S. DOD, awards over $330 million for US military developments
The United States Department of Defense (DOD) announced more than $331 million in contracts to benefit the US Air Force, Army, and the Navy on June 21st, 2022. Northrop Grumman shows their Integrated Fire Control Network (IFCN). The IFCN is part of their Integrated Air and Missile Defense (IAMD).Northrop Grumman.Read full story
Live fish sale for stocking ponds at Hardin County Milling in Elizabethtown, KY - Saturday, June 25th
Whiskers Catfish Farm will be selling live fish for stocking ponds in Elizabethtown, Ky on Saturday June 25th. The fish-selling event hosts a short window to buy your fish, from 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM EST at Hardin County Milling.Read full story
Founders' Day fireworks celebration, Elizabethtown, KY July 4th
The City of Elizabethtown is hosting a Founders’ Day Celebration on July 4th, 2022, at the Elizabethtown Community and Technical College (ECTC) campus. The fireworks show starts at 10:00 PM EST.Read full story
After Hours: Young Professionals Networking, June 14th in Elizabethtown, KY
Young professionals aged 21-40, are welcomed to meet at the new House on the Helm, on June 14th for an after hours professional networking event. Networking is a methodological approach to industry development. It can also be a lot of fun.AKPSI.Read full story
Oceanix Busan, S. Korea is the world's first floating, sustainable city. It plans to eventually host 100,000 people.
The world's first floating city, Oceanix Busan in South Korea, is an interconnected residential neighborhood comprising of a total 15.5 acres, accommodating a community of 12,000 people.Read full story
Israel tests laser aerial defense weapon prototype. “This isn’t ‘Star Wars’ science fiction anymore”
The country of Israel has successfully tested a laser-based aerial threat defense system. The efforts are a result of two decades worth of research. Israel has successfully tested its revolutionary laser-based air defense system.Israel Defense Ministry.Read full story
First US wireless-charging road for EVs set for Detroit, MI, 2023
Detroit, Michigan is set to be the home of the first road with wireless-charging capabilities for electric vehicles. The project is set to be completed in 2023. Israeli company, Electreon is building the first wireless charging road for EVs in Detroit Michigan in 2023.TechSpot.Read full story