Solidity : Smart Contracts

Solidity is an object-oriented programming language for writing smart contracts.[1][2] It is used for implementing smart contracts[3][4] on various blockchain platforms.[5] It was developed by Gavin Wood, Christian Reitwiessner, Alex Beregszaszi, Liana Husikyan, Yoichi Hirai and several former Ethereum core contributors to enable writing smart contracts on blockchain platforms such as Ethereum.[6][unreliable source][7][unreliable source?][not in citation given]

Getting Started with STM32Cube.AI

X-CUBE-AI is an STM32Cube Expansion Package extending STM32CubeMX capabilities with automatic conversion of pre-trained Neural Network and integration of generated optimized library into the user’s project. The X-CUBE-AI Expansion Package offers also several means to validate Neural Networks models both on desktop PC and STM32, as well as measure performance on STM32 devices without user handmade ad hoc C code.

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Antibodies For Algernon

Scientists at Stanford University say they’ve devised antibodies that block a specific gene related to brain aging — and that it’s giving old mice the cognitive prowess of younger ones.

“The mice became smarter,” senior author Tony Wyss-Coray said in a statement. “Blocking [the gene] CD22 on their microglia restored their cognitive function to the level of younger mice. CD22 is a new target we think can be exploited for treatment of neurodegenerative diseases.”

Dr. Mouse

In findings published in the journal Nature — and which New Atlas called “a stunning piece of research” — the scientists identified a gene called CD22. It shows up in both mice and humans, and seemingly hinders the ability of certain cells to promote normal brain activity. The gene was also, tellingly, more prevalent in older mice than young ones.

Armed with that knowledge, the researchers designed antibodies that block CD22 and injected them into the brains of test mice. After a month, the mice that’d been injected with the antibodies outperformed their peers on several intelligence tests.

Gene Hack

The research is a long way from human trials, but the implication is that it may be possible to reverse some cognitive effects of aging, including, according to the researchers, those associated with Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s.

“We think we may have discovered a way to get these cells back on track and make them work the way they used to when we were young,” Wyss-Coray said in the statement.

READ MORE: Stanford team develops brain-rejuvenating antibodies that let old mice think like youngsters [New Atlas]

More on brain aging: Neurologists May Have Discovered a Key Ally in the Fight Against Brain Aging

God showed me the future, train me and ask me to solve the World’s problems

I am equipped with a brain that is 10000 times the normal and is even faster than the most advanced quantum computer. God taught me everything and He command me to solve all the problems of the world. I can create an invention every hour and technologies out of this world. I can sample data and create hundreds of view to find any solution you want and know what the results is even without trying the full load. That is my secret of my extraordinary skills. All I need is the internet to watch a video read a news report or any scientific report and identify the problem. Within 1 hour I can get you any solutions and paths or strategy you need to succeed.