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Can AI detect hypersonic missiles?

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Today’s Menu

Appetizer: Adobe releases new document analyzer 📑

Entrée: Can AI detect hypersonic missiles? 🛰️

Dessert: AI determines sex of people from bran scans 🔬


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Q: Why did the Adobe acrobat document go to jail?

A: Because it was a PDF-file. 👎

What’s new? Adobe added a new tool to its Acrobat PDF management software, Adobe AI Assistant, which aims to “completely transform the digital document experience” by allowing users to engage with their documents more easily and creatively.

What does it do? The Adobe AI Assistant, currently in beta for paying Acrobat users, acts as a chatbot which enables users to “easily chat with documents.” Targeting applications in academia and business, this new feature aids students in research projects and facilitates the synthesis of large reports into concise highlights for emails, meetings, and presentations. Adobe’s AI Assistant stands out for its ability to suggest questions, generate citations, and create clickable links within documents.

What about privacy? The AI Assistant, compatible with various document formats, prioritizes data security, ensuring user information remains confidential and is not utilized for training purposes. This way, users and teams can feel safe uploading personal and sensitive documents.


Q: How do you organize a space party?

A: You planet. 🪐

What’s up? The Space Development Agency (SDA), part of the U.S. Space Force, is working with EpiSci, a California-based tech company, to develop software capable of detecting hypersonic missiles using satellite data.

How does it work? Hypersonic missiles, with speeds exceeding Mach 5 (very, very fast), present a formidable challenge for existing defense systems. The SDA is currently constructing a satellite network in low Earth orbit to provide global indications, warning, tracking, and targeting of advanced missile threats. EpiSci, under a $1.6 million two-year Small Business Innovation Research Phase 2 contract, aims to utilize AI-powered software to analyze data collected by these satellite sensors and identify hypersonic threats in real time. The challenge involves developing precise AI algorithms to detect and maintain control of hypersonic targets amidst various atmospheric objects, including commercial aircraft.


The brain is the most important organ in the body, according to the brain. 🧠

What’s new? Researchers at Stanford Medicine have developed an AI model that demonstrates over 90% accuracy in determining an individual’s sex based on brain scans.

What are the findings? The AI model, utilizing dynamic MRI scans, identified specific brain networks, including the default mode, striatum, and limbic networks, as pivotal in distinguishing between male and female brains. This not only deepens our comprehension of brain development and aging but also opens new avenues for addressing sex-specific vulnerabilities in psychiatric and neurological disorders, allowing for more targeted treatments. This breakthrough also supports the notion of significant sex-based differences in brain organization, challenging long-standing controversies in the field.

“Our AI models have very broad applicability … A researcher could use our models to look for brain differences linked to learning impairments or social functioning differences, for instance—aspects we are keen to understand better to aid individuals in adapting to and surmounting these challenges.”

-Vinod Menon (PhD), director of the Stanford Cognitive and Systems Neuroscience Laboratory

What’s the significance? This breakthrough in research shows once again how AI is having significant impacts on research, particularly as it relates to medical treatment. As researchers continue to find ways to leverage AI models for scientific discoveries, we can expect massive breakthroughs in a plethora of domains.


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The Singularity Meter Rises 1.0%: The US House Creates an AI Task Force. More “We’re gonna get tough on AI” rhetoric without actually enacting AI regulation laws.

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