The New York Times assures us that AI writing computer code is “good news for humans” and not a threat to professional programmers. To elaborate, Codex, a new application from OpenAI, can write code for basic programs. OpenAI Codex instantly passed the coding challenge Alphabet (GOOGL) and Facebook (FB) give to programming job applicants, Tom Smith tells Times writer Cade Metz. Smith claims Codex wrote a program that replaces all the spaces in a sentence with dashes and a program that identifies invalid ZIP codes instantly. OpenAI Codex then completed several other coding tasks fast. OpenAI is the AI research and development company Elon Musk founded. OpenAI’s mission to build artificial general intelligence, or highly autonomous systems that can outperform humans at economically valuable work. If the claims about Codex are true, it sounds as if OpenAI is achieving that goal.
Kalata claims its platform can execute real-time price feeds with zero slippage. The belief is that an over-collateralized liquidity pool allows Kalata’s platform to offer real-time pricing. However, Kalata’s platform will support assets later.
Interestingly, they also describe Moonvriver as a companion network to Moonbeam (GLMR) and a “permanently-incentivized canary network.” They claim Moonriver can test and verify new code under real economic conditions. Once they test and verify the code, they can deploy it to the Moonbeam and Polkadot blockchains.
The Sandbox is trying to make money with some commercial games. For example, the Sandbox is offering games based on the popular American TV series and comic book The Walking Dead.
Fantom is a fast, high-throughout smart contract blockchain platform for digital assets and dApps. That means they claim Fantom can run enormous numbers of NFTs, stablecoins, and other decentralized applications (dApps) fast.
Sia claims it can lower the cost of cloud storage by 90%. Sia boats it costs $1-2 to store a terabyte of data in its cloud for a month. In contrast, Sia claims it costs $23 to store a terabyte of data in Amazon’s S3 cloud.
Hence, BabyUSDT can reward users with fiat currency they can spend in the real world. You can take the rewards over to the grocery store and use them to buy food for your family.
Shiden connects to several blockchains, including Kusma, Cosmos, Ethereum and the Secret Network. Hence, Shiden could bring a variety of stablecoins to Kusama.
BNY Mellon Inc. (NYSE: BK) retains value because it is the world’s largest custodian bank with $41 trillion in assets under management.
Serum (SRM) is both a cryptocurrency, and a decentralized exchange (DEX). Serum itself is a DEX they built on the Solana (SOL) blockchain. The hope for Serum is to lower trading…
Scientists think the laser briefly ignited a chain reaction they call plasma burning, FutureTimeLine claims. In plasma burning, the fusion reactions get hot enough to trigger more fusion reactions. The hope is to use the laser to trigger a self-sustaining fusion reaction that can generate power.
Avalanche claims its blockchain can process 4,500 transactions per second (TPS) and complete the average transaction in two seconds.