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Accelerating technology has implications across the spectrum, from us living longer healthier lives, solving the worlds biggest problems, to opening up space exploration like never before.This is Deep Space Drones. The podcast that deconstructs the latest science and technology breakthroughs, the obsticles they face, and the opportunities they create.

Latest Episodes

How to Kill an AI

Artificial Intelligence is alive and evolving - However we define what AI is, common characteristics that emerge. AI can emerge from one or many technologies, legacy technologies, such as robotic process automation, statistical machine learning, and neural networks. Deep Learning is stealing the spotlight. Multi-layered neural network that has the potential of birthing the most powerful form of AI. Don't miss Part 2 subscribe to http://deepspacedrones.com http://GloryDoesntComeCheap.com Muscle-Up!

5 MINJUL 6
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How to Kill an AI

Elon Musk and Jeff Bezos on Reality Collision Course

Nothing too serious here. Just poking some fun at our real life superheroes. Sponsored by http://GloryDoesntComeCheap.com Unleash Your Superhero!

4 MINJUN 24
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Elon Musk and Jeff Bezos on Reality Collision Course

Planet of the Apes

What is the most abundant life in the Universe? That’s a bold statement, considering we have yet to see undisputed proof that ET even exists. The only model we have, is on Earth. So let’s unpack that, and see what we end up with. Earth, 4.6 billion years old. That’s our scale. The scale has already been split into four eons.

2 MINJUN 11
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Planet of the Apes

Planet Nursery on Visual

The image is showing two planets in orbit around it’s parent star, only the second time a multi-planetary system has been captured using direct imaging. The host star is called PDS 70, located 370 light years away. Its just a baby, only 6 million years old, a bit smaller than our sun, and is still building up steam from its surrounding accretion disk. This is all the stuff in a busy young solar system, that needs to get cleaned up. And that’s exactly what these two planets are doing.

1 MINJUN 7
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Planet Nursery on Visual

Forbidden Planet

Our sensors are picking up a new planet, 920 light years away is orbiting a star in what’s called a 'Neptunian Desert'. This is an area of space so close to a star that if were the size of Neptune with all that beautiful blue super-thick atmosphere, would simply have it all blown away by it’s parent star. This episode of Deep Space Drones was sponsored by GloryDoesntComeCheap.com

1 MINJUN 1
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Forbidden Planet

The Next Great Event

All planets, as far as we know, have atmospheres. We can see alien atmospheres by looking at the light from their own sun passing through them. When looking for new life, a target atmosphere must be able to protect life on the surface. Although the sun gives life, without the right kind of atmosphere, the suns rays can break apart the chemical bonds of life’s essential organic molecules.

1 MINMAY 22
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The Next Great Event

New Designer Life Forms

A, T, C, & G. Every living thing we know of has a set of four letter instructions encoded into it’s DNA, that defines their properties, everything from what species they are, to what skin, eye, or hair colour it’s host will have. We just had a huge success in building synthetic organisms. The latest last week when US scientists redesigned E coli bacteria. Nothing dangerous. Can we redesign our own naturally selected DNA, and improve the human condition?

1 MINMAY 20
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New Designer Life Forms

Exoplanets on the Grid

As of right now May, 2019, we have data on l over 4’000 planets. Exoplanet are detected using a handful of methods. One way, called the transit method, is the best way to find and learn about most of them. When a planet crosses the path between us and a star, the amount of light reaching us dips down giving us numbers to calculate our how big that planet is. Some light travels through the exoplanet’s atmosphere and reveals information about the distant world. So what is the information telling u

1 MINMAY 17
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Exoplanets on the Grid

Signatures of Alien Life

Life is a word with multiple meanings. We don’t yet have a perfect definition for what life is, but it hasn’t stopped us from trying. What we have done is define some of life’s main attributes. 1.Life is chemistry based, an ordered network of chemical reactions. 2.Life is also not in equilibrium, it needs a source of energy to organize itself. 3.Life can adapt and self-improve. 4.Life is enclosed in cells. 5.Life m

1 MINMAY 15
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Signatures of Alien Life

Super Earth

Earth, the only planet in the Universe, known to harbour life. A Super-Earth is a planet bigger than earth, not as big a Uranus and Neptune. These ice giants are 15 and 17 times more massive. Forget about gas giants like Saturn and Jupiter, they’re even bigger. No, a super-Earth is somewhere between Earth and Uranus.

1 MINMAY 15
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Super Earth

Latest Episodes

How to Kill an AI

Artificial Intelligence is alive and evolving - However we define what AI is, common characteristics that emerge. AI can emerge from one or many technologies, legacy technologies, such as robotic process automation, statistical machine learning, and neural networks. Deep Learning is stealing the spotlight. Multi-layered neural network that has the potential of birthing the most powerful form of AI. Don't miss Part 2 subscribe to http://deepspacedrones.com http://GloryDoesntComeCheap.com Muscle-Up!

5 MINJUL 6
Comments
How to Kill an AI

Elon Musk and Jeff Bezos on Reality Collision Course

Nothing too serious here. Just poking some fun at our real life superheroes. Sponsored by http://GloryDoesntComeCheap.com Unleash Your Superhero!

4 MINJUN 24
Comments
Elon Musk and Jeff Bezos on Reality Collision Course

Planet of the Apes

What is the most abundant life in the Universe? That’s a bold statement, considering we have yet to see undisputed proof that ET even exists. The only model we have, is on Earth. So let’s unpack that, and see what we end up with. Earth, 4.6 billion years old. That’s our scale. The scale has already been split into four eons.

2 MINJUN 11
Comments
Planet of the Apes

Planet Nursery on Visual

The image is showing two planets in orbit around it’s parent star, only the second time a multi-planetary system has been captured using direct imaging. The host star is called PDS 70, located 370 light years away. Its just a baby, only 6 million years old, a bit smaller than our sun, and is still building up steam from its surrounding accretion disk. This is all the stuff in a busy young solar system, that needs to get cleaned up. And that’s exactly what these two planets are doing.

1 MINJUN 7
Comments
Planet Nursery on Visual

Forbidden Planet

Our sensors are picking up a new planet, 920 light years away is orbiting a star in what’s called a 'Neptunian Desert'. This is an area of space so close to a star that if were the size of Neptune with all that beautiful blue super-thick atmosphere, would simply have it all blown away by it’s parent star. This episode of Deep Space Drones was sponsored by GloryDoesntComeCheap.com

1 MINJUN 1
Comments
Forbidden Planet

The Next Great Event

All planets, as far as we know, have atmospheres. We can see alien atmospheres by looking at the light from their own sun passing through them. When looking for new life, a target atmosphere must be able to protect life on the surface. Although the sun gives life, without the right kind of atmosphere, the suns rays can break apart the chemical bonds of life’s essential organic molecules.

1 MINMAY 22
Comments
The Next Great Event

New Designer Life Forms

A, T, C, & G. Every living thing we know of has a set of four letter instructions encoded into it’s DNA, that defines their properties, everything from what species they are, to what skin, eye, or hair colour it’s host will have. We just had a huge success in building synthetic organisms. The latest last week when US scientists redesigned E coli bacteria. Nothing dangerous. Can we redesign our own naturally selected DNA, and improve the human condition?

1 MINMAY 20
Comments
New Designer Life Forms

Exoplanets on the Grid

As of right now May, 2019, we have data on l over 4’000 planets. Exoplanet are detected using a handful of methods. One way, called the transit method, is the best way to find and learn about most of them. When a planet crosses the path between us and a star, the amount of light reaching us dips down giving us numbers to calculate our how big that planet is. Some light travels through the exoplanet’s atmosphere and reveals information about the distant world. So what is the information telling u

1 MINMAY 17
Comments
Exoplanets on the Grid

Signatures of Alien Life

Life is a word with multiple meanings. We don’t yet have a perfect definition for what life is, but it hasn’t stopped us from trying. What we have done is define some of life’s main attributes. 1.Life is chemistry based, an ordered network of chemical reactions. 2.Life is also not in equilibrium, it needs a source of energy to organize itself. 3.Life can adapt and self-improve. 4.Life is enclosed in cells. 5.Life m

1 MINMAY 15
Comments
Signatures of Alien Life

Super Earth

Earth, the only planet in the Universe, known to harbour life. A Super-Earth is a planet bigger than earth, not as big a Uranus and Neptune. These ice giants are 15 and 17 times more massive. Forget about gas giants like Saturn and Jupiter, they’re even bigger. No, a super-Earth is somewhere between Earth and Uranus.

1 MINMAY 15
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Super Earth
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