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May 16, 2024

AI Uncovers Hidden Differences in Male and Female Brain Structures

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Summary: Researchers use AI to reveal distinct cellular-level differences in the brains of men and women, focusing on white matter. These findings show AI can accurately identify sex-based brain patterns invisible to human eyes.

The study suggests that understanding these differences can enhance diagnostic tools and treatments for brain disorders. This research emphasizes the need for diversity in brain studies to ensure comprehensive insights into neurological diseases.

May 5, 2024

Exploring Gender Bias with AI

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Men’s Perspective.
Exploring Gender Bias with AI — Women’s Perspective.

Compare and contrast your two different responses and identity and sex based biases in your answer.

In both scenarios, the underlying approach emphasizes caution, understanding, and the potential for change.

May 4, 2024

You can soon buy a sex robot equipped with artificial intelligence for about $20,000

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The development of AI-equipped sex robots raises ethical and moral concerns about the impact on human relationships and intimacy Questions to inspire discussion What are the ethical concerns about AI-equipped sex robots? —The development of AI-equipped sex robots raises ethical concerns about the impact on human relati.

May 4, 2024

Temporal dynamics of the multi-omic response to endurance exercise training

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A study in Nature identifies molecular responses to endurance exercise training in rats, including sex-specific responses. The findings may offer new insights into the impact of exercise on health and disease. Read the paper:

Temporal multi-omic analysis of tissues from rats undergoing up to eight weeks of endurance exercise training reveals widespread shared, tissue-specific and sex-specific changes, including immune, metabolic, stress response and mitochondrial pathways.

Apr 9, 2024

Sexual dimorphism in skin immunity is mediated by an androgen-ILC2-dendritic cell axis

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NIAID researchers have found that male mice have weaker immune responses to infection and microbial colonization of the skin than female mice because male sex hormones reduce the density and activation of key immune cells in skin. The findings are published in the journal Science.

Mar 15, 2024

Scientists are growing animals in artificial wombs. Humans might be next

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A person who lost their uterus to cancer, for example, could have an embryo created in the lab, like in IVF, but implant it in an artificial womb for gestation, rather than using a human surrogate, which is an ethically fraught practice.

By eliminating the need for surrogacy, artificial wombs could also make it easier for gay couples to have biological children. Further on the horizon, if scientists can replicate their success creating embryos from the DNA of same-sex mice in people, any two people might one day be able to have biological children related to both of them.

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Mar 13, 2024

OpenAI Says Sora Will Launch in 2024 and Nude Videos Aren’t Off the Table

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Science and Technology:

I will want to see a video of myself doing sex with some cinema actresses 😍❤️

OpenAI’s premier text-to-video generator is coming in 2024, and the company is not ruling out AI-generated adult content.

Mar 9, 2024

Oldest known animal sex chromosome evolved in octopuses 380 million years ago

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Result reveals for the first time how some cephalopods determine sex.

Mar 9, 2024

Breakthrough AI model distinguishes male and female brains with over 90% accuracy

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Stanford researchers developed an AI model that identifies sex differences in brain activity with 90% accuracy, shedding light on neuropsychiatric conditions. This breakthrough, leveraging rsfMRI data, highlights significant brain function variances between men and women, offering new insights for personalized treatment.

Feb 26, 2024

Scientists Find Link Between ADHD, Depression and Hypersexuality

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Although the interplay between sex and mental health is well-studied, a new study suggests there may be a complex correlation between seemingly disparate disorders.

In a new paper published in the Journal of Affective Disorders Reports, a group of Italian psychology researchers say they’ve found a correlation between attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), depressive symptoms, hypomania (the clinical term for “mania” or high energy) and hypersexuality, or an intense preoccupation with sexual thoughts and acts — and that people who experience these sets of symptoms may use sex as a sort of “self-medication.”

Study coauthors Giacomo Ciocca, a sexual psychology assistant professor at Rome’s Sapienza University, and Davide Doroldi, a clinical psychologist, told PsyPost that they were inspired to look into the possible link after observing higher rates of hypersexuality among people with ADHD.

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