At the end of the 20th and the beginning of the 21st century, orders for increasing the computer's power and storing data were observed. Each new generation of chips was smaller and more energy efficient than the latter, which led to the emergence of ever larger and more complex applications. This trend was known as👩🏫#Moore'sLaw, and this led to the gradual emergence of artificial intelligence combined with imitation of the brain up to the level of single neurons.
Despite occasional setbacks, exponential progress in computing power continued over the following decades, ** which was facilitated by further 💡#innovations in the field of miniaturization of components, new system architectures, new materials and new cooling methods. By 2058, a million human brains can be modeled in real time on a single machine at the level of individual neurons. However, in recent years, a physical lower limit has been reached for the size of the transistor *, which means that computers can only be made more powerful, becoming larger in size.
In this decade, a profound change in the role of supercomputers - the largest and most powerful computers - seems to take their own lives, expand their infrastructure and software, which significantly affects local, regional and global affairs. This raises serious concerns about possible existential risks and unforeseen consequences.
Until recently, global politics and the economy were determined largely or completely by human thought and emotions. Nevertheless, it becomes clear that the new forms of computer super-development and hybrid fusion of human AI begin to rebuild the cultural spiritually. Computers are now so powerful that they are entrusted with many high-level tasks in business and government.
Large-scale brain models can be used to assess the likely response of the entire population to new ideas, products or hypothetical events, for example, or to test new biotechnology implants, often developed by supercomputers themselves. Although truly accurate brain modeling (ie, at the subatomic level) is not yet being perfected, the states of protein complexes can now be included in the model of one brain. ** Other applications of these
@mooremaya is an American 🇺🇸 professional basketball player for the Minnesota Lynx of the WNBA. ⛹🏾♀️Performer of the Year in 2017! Sports Illustrated called Moore the greatest winner in the history of women's basketball.
Since 2011, Moore has continued to excel, both with the Lynx and with overseas teams in Europe and China. Moore has won 4 WNBA championships, WNBA Most Valuable Player Award, WNBA Finals MVP Award, 3-times WNBA All-Star Game MVPs, 2-times Olympic gold medals, scoring title (2014), and the WNBA Rookie of the Year Award. She has also been selected to 4-times WNBA All-Star teams and 3-times All-WNBA teams. In 2012, she won both the Spanish league title and EuroLeague title playing for Ros Casares Valencia. From 2013 to 2015, Moore also won the Chinese league title every year. Moore is only the second player to win the Naismith Prep Player of the Year Award following both junior and senior prep seasons, joining Candace Parker. She is one of the most talented basketball players! 👏🏻Well done! What the inspirational woman!
AND JUST 👏🏻 LIKE 👏🏼 THAT 👏🏽 she’s a bronzed babe! She got sprayed for her picture session tomorrow! It’s always a good idea to get a tan for an event! Wedding, picture, vacation or for anything! I promise you won’t regret it! 🖤✨