Top 15 Latest Technology News

By Muhammad Umair

Muhammad Umair
12 min readJul 14, 2023
Top 15 Latest Technology News

Technology has invaded every aspect of our lives. From smartphones to smart cars- iPhones to Tesla, everything is now powered through technology. Technology has completely revolutionized the way we interact, make friends, share our stories, and do our jobs. Every day a number of new and awesome technological products are launched in the market. With tech evolving at a rapid pace, it’s difficult to keep up with the changes.
To give you an idea, everyday apps like Instagram, Lyft, Slack, Ring, Alexa, Tinder, and Google Drive- all didn’t exist 10 years ago! Yet, now they seem like such an integral part of our lives. If you work in the technology field or are just tech geeks like us, keeping up with technology news becomes a top priority!. To help you stay ahead of the world, we have compiled a list of some of the best tech news. So without further ado, let’s get started!

1.When the stars align: Astronomers find answers to mysterious action of ghost stars in our Galaxy

A collaboration of scientists from The University of Manchester and the University of Hong Kong have found a source for the mysterious alignment of stars near the Galactic Centre. The alignment of planetary nebulae was discovered ten years ago by a Manchester PhD student, Bryan Rees, but has remained unexplained. New data obtained with the European Southern Observatory Very Large Telescope in Chile and the Hubble Space Telescope, published in Astrophysical Journal Letters, has confirmed the alignment but also found a particular group of stars that is responsible, namely close binary stars. Planetary nebulae are clouds of gas that are expelled by stars […]

2.A ferroelectric transistor that stores and computes at scale

The Big Data revolution has strained the capabilities of state-of-the-art electronic hardware, challenging engineers to rethink almost every aspect of the microchip. With ever more enormous data sets to store, search and analyze at increasing levels of complexity, these devices must become smaller, faster and more energy efficient to keep up with the pace of data innovation. Ferroelectric field effect transistors (FE-FETs) are among the most intriguing answers to this challenge. Like traditional silicon-based transistors, FE-FETs are switches, turning on and off at incredible speed to communicate the 1s and 0s computers use to perform their operations. But FE-FETs have an additional […]

3.Researchers develop approach that can enable inexpensive mass manufacturing of micro-LED displays

Researchers have demonstrated a continuous roller printing process that can pick up and transfer over 75,000 micrometer-scale semiconductor devices in a single roll with very high accuracy. The new method paves the way to creating large-scale arrays of optical components and could be used to rapidly manufacture micro-LED displays. Micro-LED display technology is of great interest because it can accomplish highly accurate color rendering with high speed and resolution while using little power. These displays can be applied in a wide range of formats including smartphone screens, virtual and augmented reality devices and large displays several meters across. For larger micro-LED […]

4.The economic life of cells

A team from the University of Tokyo has combined economic theory with biology to understand how natural systems respond to change. The researchers noticed a similarity between consumers shopping behavior and the behavior of metabolic systems, which convert food into energy in our bodies. The team focused on predicting how different metabolic systems might respond to environmental change by using an economic tool called the Slutsky equation. Their calculations indicated that very different metabolic systems actually share previously unknown universal properties, and can be understood using tools from other academic fields. Metabolic processes are used in drug development, bioengineering, […]

5.ChatGPT-maker OpenAI signs deal with Associated Press to license news stories

“The arrangement sees OpenAI licensing part of AP s text archive, while AP will leverage OpenAI s technology and product expertise,” the two organizations said in a joint statement. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed. OpenAI and other technology companies must ingest large troves of written works, such as books, news articles and social media chatter, to improve their AI systems known as large language models. Last year s release of ChatGPT has sparked a boom in “generative AI” products that can create new passages of text, images and other media. The tools have raised concerns about their propensity to spout […]


6.Participating in genetic studies is in your genes

Why do some people take part in genetic studies while others do not? The answer may lie within our genetic makeup. According to a groundbreaking study by Oxford s Leverhulme Centre for Demographic Science and Big Data Institute, people who participate in genetic studies are genetically more likely to do so, leaving detectable footprints in genetics data. This breakthrough equips researchers with the ability to identify and address participation bias, a significant challenge in genetic research. Stefania Benonisdottir, lead author of the study and a Doctoral candidate from Oxford s Big Data Institute, explains, Currently, most genetic studies […]

7.Fresh boost for Microsoft s bid to buy Call of Duty maker

The technology giant s proposed $69bn (£52.6bn) purchase of Activision Blizzard would be the biggest of its kind in gaming industry history. The planned deal has faced a series of legal challenges in the US and split regulators around the world. It is due to completed by 18 July. Earlier on Thursday, the FTC asked for an order to prevent the takeover from closing until after had been ruled on by the US Circuit Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. It came after a federal judge in California ruled on Tuesday for Microsoft, saying the regulator had failed to show the deal […]

8.Which generative AI companies could be on the fast track to IPO?

Founded by OpenAI veterans, Anthropic is backed by Alphabet, partnered with Google Cloud and integrated with Amazon AWS and Scale AI. In an interview with FOX Business, Joe Endoso, COO at the principal investment platform Linqto, said “Anthropic is an AI safety and research company that’s working to build reliable, interpretable and steerable AI systems. “Anthropic’s goal is to make progress on these issues with its ‘constitutional AI’ technique for training AI. Constitutional AI seeks to provide a way to align AI with human intentions, allowing systems to respond to questions and perform tasks using a simple set of guiding principles,” he […]

From:Fox Business

9.Opinion | Why Douglas Hofstadter Is Changing His Mind on A.I.

Recently I stumbled across an essay by Douglas Hofstadter that made me happy. Hofstadter is an eminent cognitive scientist and the author of books like “Gödel, Escher, Bach” and “I Am a Strange Loop.” The essay that pleased me so much, called “The Shallowness of Google Translate,” was published in The Atlantic in January of 2018. Back then, Hofstadter argued that A.I. translation tools might be really good at some pedestrian tasks, but they weren’t close to replicating the creative and subtle abilities of a human translator. “It’s all about ultrarapid processing of pieces of text, not about thinking or imagining […]

From:The New York Times

10.Elon Musk Launches Artificial Intelligence Company xAI: What to Know

Twitter owner and Tesla CEO , xAI. The launch comes after Musk earlier this year filed to incorporate an AI company amid reports . xAI has tweeted only once so far, to ask: “What are the most fundamental unanswered questions?” A team of 12 people, including Musk, was announced as working for xAI. All men, xAI says they have experience across OpenAI, DeepMind, Google Research, Microsoft Research and Tesla. It s also being advised by Dan Hendrycks, the director of the nonprofit Center for AI Safety . The xAI team will be hosting a Twitter Spaces chat on Friday, July 14, where they might […]


11.What is xAI, Elon Musk s new AI company, and will it succeed?

xAI is Elon Musk’s just-announced artificial intelligence company. Its 12-strong team plans to “understand the true nature of the universe”, according to an announcement posted on the xAI website . xAI is separate to X Corp, the umbrella company of Twitter, according to the venture’s website, but will “work closely” with Musk’s other companies, including Twitter and Tesla, which uses AI for its self-driving cars. “I don’t know what the deal with the Xs is,” says Catherine Flick at De Montfort University, UK. “He obviously just likes Xs.” It is an extension of Musk’s longstanding interest in AI and his return to […]

From:New Scientist

12.Twitter seeks end to U.S. oversight of data use as FTC s Lina Kahn goes before House committee

In March it was disclosed that the FTC was investigating Musk s mass layoffs at Twitter and trying to obtain his internal communications as part of ongoing oversight into the social media company s privacy and cybersecurity practices, according to documents described in a congressional report. Twitter paid a US$150 million penalty in May 2022, about five months before Musk s takeover, for violating the 2011 consent order. An updated version established new procedures requiring the company to implement an enhanced privacy-protection program as well as beefing up information security. X Corp., now Twitter s corporate name, has filed a motion with […]


13.Controlling signal routing in quantum information processing

Routing signals and isolating them against noise and back-reflections are essential in many practical situations in classical communication as well as in quantum processing. In a theory-experimental collaboration, a team led by Andreas Nunnenkamp from the University of Vienna and Ewold Verhagen based at the research institute AMOLF in Amsterdam has achieved unidirectional transport of signals in pairs of “one-way streets.” This research published in Nature Physics opens up new possibilities for more flexible signaling devices. Devices that allow to route signals, for example carried by light or sound waves, are essential in many practical situations. This is, for instance, the […]

14.Targeted prevention helps stop homelessness before it starts

Homelessness has become an increasingly worrisome crisis in our nation over the past several years, but a new study from the University of Notre Dame shows that efforts to prevent homelessness work. The issue has reached such proportions in California, for example, that mayors of several major cities have declared a state of emergency on homelessness. In response, leaders in California have invested billions in homelessness programs, including some that target prevention. Prevention efforts, however, have led to questions — even from organizations committed to addressing homelessness — as to whether such programs are effective, due to the difficulty of targeting assistance […]

15.Elon Musk launches AI startup and warns of a Terminator future

Elon Musk said the emergence of artificial general intelligence could lead to an ‘age of plenty’ or the possibility of a darker future. Photograph: Aly Song/Reuters Elon Musk said the emergence of artificial general intelligence could lead to an ‘age of plenty’ or the possibility of a darker future. Photograph: Aly Song/Reuters Elon Musk launches AI startup and warns of a ‘Terminator future’ Tesla boss claims ‘pro-humanity’ xAI offers realistic alternative to pausing development of superintelligence Elon Musk has launched an artificial intelligence startup that will be “pro-humanity”, as he said the world needed to worry about the prospect of a “Terminator future” […]

From:The Guardian


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