๐Ÿ’ก Warp News Newsletter #92

๐Ÿ’ก Warp News Newsletter #92

The week's fact-based optimistic news.

Warp Editorial Staff
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Yesterday we held the first pre-event before the Warp Space Summit.

I spoke with Eric Berger who has written a book about SpaceX's first desperate years. It is really unlikely that the company even exists today.

Rich Spuller told us what it is like to have SpaceX satellite internet, Starlink and Cornelia Ekvall explained what Starlink is and how it will affect humanity.

The event is available to watch on YouTube.

Warp Space Summit kicks off on September 19 in Linkรถping and online.
๐Ÿ‘‰ Read more and book a ticket.

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Fact-based optimistic news of the week

โ™Ÿ๏ธ Why game theory matters in machine learning

Innovation is often made when borrowing solutions and ways of thinking from other fields. This is what researchers at DeepMind have done as they have applied Game Theory to machine learning.

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๐Ÿš€ Life might have existed on Venus

Could Venus have been habitable? Three new missions are going to find out. Venus has been seen as a dead and hostile world for a long time, but models show that this is not necessarily true. We have spoken to NASA scientist Dr. Michael Way to get an insight into the mystery of Venus.

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๐Ÿ— Food scraps are turned into building material

Discarded fruit and vegetable scraps are turned into a building material stronger than concrete and it is even edible.

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๐Ÿฟ 3000 acres are given back to wildlife โ€“ England launches massive restoration project

England announced a large-scale nature restoration project that might help protect the region from flooding as well as absorbing CO2 and boost biodiversity.

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๐Ÿ•ณ๏ธ Long time math mystery of black holes solved

Black holes are the gifts that keep on giving when it comes to physics and math problems. One of the problems that have been around for some time is about how the universe is reflected on the edges of the hole. A young scientist has come up with mathematical proof.

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โœˆ๏ธUnited Airlines invests in electric aircraft

The Swedish electric aircraft manufacturer Heart Aerospace has attracted major investors and will soon have a plane ready for takeoff. United Airlines and Mesa Air Groupe have purchased 100 aircraft each.

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๐Ÿ’ฉ This toilet turns poop into energy

Have you ever seen your poop as something valuable that could generate power and even provide you with money? According to scientists in South Korea, this is could be the future.

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๐Ÿ“– Human Progress for Beginners โ€“ an interview with Tony Morley

โ€œWhy grow up to be a researcher, engineer, doctor, architect, entrepreneur, or strive to make the world a better place if it's all for nothing?โ€ Tony Morley disagrees with the gloomy predictions about the future and wrote the world's first children's book about human progress.

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