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Oct 15, 2019

Alphaville — Forever Young (Live) (Subtitulado)

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Esta gran cancion clasica e inolvidable de los 80’s con excelente letra subtitulada, traducida en español, con esta magnifica presentacion en vivo, incansable de escuchar de principio a fin, de esta fantastica Banda, Saludos… Music Video (Tren Rojo) (TrenRojoCruzandoo) (Tren Rojo Cruzando)

Oct 12, 2019

Forever Young | Alphaville | funk cover ft. Madison Cunningham!

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Do you really want to be forever young?


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Oct 12, 2019

What is technological singularity

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Oct 10, 2019

RAADFest Roundup Day 0, 2019, Las Vegas

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Do you really want to live forever?


My mission is to drastically improve your life by helping you break bad habits, build and keep new healthy habits to make you the best version of yourself. I read the books and do all the research and share my findings with you!

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Oct 6, 2019

A.I. musicians are a growing trend. What does that mean for the music industry?

Posted by in categories: entertainment, media & arts, robotics/AI

The most prolific musical artists manage to release one, maybe two, studio albums in a year. Rappers can sometimes put out three or four mixtapes during that same time. However, Auxuman plans to put out a new full-length album, featuring hot up-and-coming artists like Yona, Mony, Gemini, Hexe, and Zoya, every single month. How? The power of artificial intelligence of course.

Before this goes any further, don’t worry: You’re not hopelessly out of touch with today’s pop music. Yona, Mony, Gemini, and the rest of the bunch aren’t real musicians. Well, at least not in the sense that you could meet them and shake their hands. They’re A.I. personalities, each with their own characters and genres, which have been created by Auxuman, an artificial intelligence startup based in London.

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Oct 3, 2019

A cyborg magician implanted 26 microchips and magnets in her body

Posted by in categories: computing, cyborgs, media & arts

L AS VEGAS — At a biohacker conference convened here the other day, panelists took to the stage, settled into their chairs, and launched into their slide decks. Not Anastasia Synn.

With Frank Sinatra crooning “I’ve Got You Under My Skin” over the loudspeakers, Synn pulled out a giant needle and twisted it deeper and deeper into her left forearm as the music played on. It was only after finishing her routine, capped off by loud applause from the crowd of biohackers, that Synn sat down for a fireside chat about her work as a “cyborg magician.”

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Sep 27, 2019

Using math to blend musical notes seamlessly

Posted by in categories: computing, information science, mathematics, media & arts

In music, “portamento” is a term that’s been used for hundreds of years, referring to the effect of gliding a note at one pitch into a note of a lower or higher pitch. But only instruments that can continuously vary in pitch—such as the human voice, string instruments, and trombones—can pull off the effect.

Now an MIT student has invented a novel algorithm that produces a portamento effect between any two audio signals in real-time. In experiments, the algorithm seamlessly merged various audio clips, such as a piano note gliding into a human voice, and one song blending into another. His paper describing the algorithm won the “best student paper” award at the recent International Conference on Digital Audio Effects.

The algorithm relies on “optimal transport,” a geometry-based framework that determines the most efficient ways to move objects—or data points—between multiple origin and destination configurations. Formulated in the 1700s, the framework has been applied to supply chains, fluid dynamics, image alignment, 3D modeling, , and more.

Sep 3, 2019

Reiki Music — healing multiple planes — physical, mental, emotional and spiritual

Posted by in categories: alien life, media & arts, transportation

REIKI translates as ‘Universal Spirit of Life’ – the energy that is continuously flowing through and around every living thing.

It is a gentle energy healing modality that is usually done by placing the hands in a series of positions over or slightly above the body. Reiki promotes healing by activating the relaxation response and helping to accelerate the bodies natural ability to heal itself.

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Sep 2, 2019

Non-Euclidean Worlds Engine

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Here’s a demo of a rendering engine I’ve been working on that allows for non-euclidean geometry.

Source Code and Executable:
https://github.com/HackerPoet/NonEuclidean

Music:
“Automatic Loving” — Dee Yan-Key

Sep 1, 2019

From the Earth to the ends of the Universe

Posted by in categories: cosmology, media & arts

This European Southern Observatory animation was created to celebrate the opening of the new ESO Supernova Planetarium in Germany. It begins from the home of the new facility in Garching and zooms our to the “End of the Universe”, according to the ESO.

Music: inspiring adventure cinematic background by maryna.

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