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  • Musk says he has uploaded his brain to the cloud
  • Yuzuru Hanyu officially announces retirement
  • ByteDance confirms self-developed chips
  • iQIYI and Douyin reach a partnership
  • Mars Responds to Skittles Alleged DNA Alterations
  • Little genius tablet was interviewed for pornographic violence
  • Welcome to Bio 2.0, biotechnology can also be "software"
  • AirPods Pro 2 may set a pairing threshold
  • Huawei Officially Announces 2022 MatePad Pro
  • Samsung may release Galaxy Z Fold 4 in August
  • iQOO 10 series first mass-produced 200W flash charge
  • This year's list of the world's best restaurants is out
  • Monster Charge and Spell Fighting Launch Treasure Hunt
  • On Ang Pao launches women's sports bra

Musk says he has uploaded his brain to the cloud

In response to questions from Dogecoin founder Billy Marcus on Twitter on July 19, Musk said he had uploaded his brain to the cloud and had talked to his virtual version.

Musk founded Neuralink, a neurotechnology company, in 2016, which is working on developing brain-computer interfaces.

After the human body is implanted with a brain-computer chip, it can control body movements through thoughts, which will help the paralyzed and disabled people to restore their body functions.

At the same time, Neuralink also claims that its device has functions such as relieving depression, treating obsessive-compulsive disorder and treating traumatic brain injury.

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The project has been tested and publicly demonstrated in monkeys and pigs in 2021, with human trials planned for 2022.

But according to inputmag , as of January this year, Neuralink's implantable brain-computer interface human experiment has not been approved by the US Food and Drug Administration.

A 'sewing machine' that can implant tiny electrodes into the brain, developed by Neuralink

In addition, Paul Merolla, a founding member of Neuralink, has recently left. At present, the founding team of 8 people who helped build Neuralink six years ago is only 1 person other than Musk. (Bloomberg & WSJ & inputmag & Sina Technology)

To learn more about Neuralink's brain-computer interface, you can click to view previous articles published by Ai Faner.

Yuzuru Hanyu officially announces retirement

On July 19, Japanese figure skater Yuzuru Hanyu held a press conference in Tokyo, officially announcing his farewell to competitive figure skating events, and will focus on the stage of professional performance skating in the future.

Yuzuru Hanyu said that what prompted his decision was an ankle injury before the free skating competition at the Beijing Winter Olympics:

When I got home from the Beijing Winter Olympics, I couldn't skate because of my ankle pain. At that time I thought about all the aspects, all the scenarios, and then I felt that I didn't need to go back to this (competition) stage again.

During his competitive career, Yuzuru Hanyu has won almost every honor that figure skating can win. In addition to 2 Olympic gold medals, he also won 2 World Championships, 4 Grand Prix Championships, and 6 Japanese National Championships.

However, Yuzuru Hanyu said that he will continue to challenge for four and a half weeks as a professional figure skater. At the same time, people familiar with the matter revealed that Yuzuru Hanyu will also form a new ice performance team. (Olympics)

ByteDance confirms self-developed chips

On July 19, ByteDance responded to the news of its self-developed chips on the Internet, saying that ByteDance is indeed exploring chip designs that can be used by itself in the professional field.

A ByteDance spokesperson said that it started to develop its own chips because it has not found a chip supplier that can meet ByteDance’s requirements. ByteDance will customize chips for business areas such as video platforms, information and entertainment applications, and has stressed that it will not sell its chips to other companies.

The move marks ByteDance joining a string of Chinese internet giants developing semiconductors.

" Lei Technology " also wrote an article that enterprises independently design the CPU architecture and only need to pay the cost of chip design and foundry cost, which can not only improve the work efficiency of server chips, but also save some costs.

At the same time, “Considering that ByteDance will have to compete with giants like Meta in the metaverse field in the future, more efficient self-developed chips will become one of ByteDance’s killers, which can be said to be imperative.” (Phoenix Network Technology & Lei Technology)

iQIYI and Douyin reach a partnership

On July 19, iQIYI and Douyin Group announced that they have reached a cooperation and will explore the secondary creation and promotion of long video content.

According to the cooperation, iQIYI will license its long video content to Douyin for short video creation such as commentary, mixed cutting, and stripping. At the same time, Douyin will also enable users to click on Douyin to jump to iQiyi to watch the feature film.

A person familiar with the matter revealed that Douyin initially chose Youku to cooperate, but the cooperation failed in the end. (Securities Times & 36kr)

Mars Responds to Skittles Alleged DNA Alterations

According to a report by the Russian Satellite News Agency on the 18th, an American consumer recently sued Mars, saying that the skittles it produced contained too much titanium dioxide.

Titanium dioxide, an additive used in pigments, binders and plastics, can cause damage to the brain, liver and kidneys, and may even cause changes in the body's DNA.

"Our use of titanium dioxide complies with U.S. Food and Drug Administration regulations," a Mars spokesman said in a statement to NBC.

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration stipulates that when titanium dioxide is used as an additive, the ingredient cannot exceed 1% by weight of the food. The European food safety regulator has determined that titanium dioxide is not safe and will plan to ban the use of titanium dioxide from next month.

According to CCTV Finance, Mars promised as early as 2016 that it would gradually abandon the use of titanium dioxide in food in the next few years. (Daily Economic News)

Little genius tablet was interviewed for pornographic violence

In response to the recent issue that some apps of the Little Talent T1 children's tablet contain pornographic, bloody, violent and other content, the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei Consumers Association jointly interviewed Guangdong Little Talent Technology Co., Ltd. on July 18.

According to China Consumer News, the problems involved in the little genius children's tablet include:

· The app store includes a variety of bad apps, and "parental remote control" is a dummy;

· The game contains bloody, violent and criminal content, and there is no Chinese language, duration and login requirements;

· Several downloadable manga apps for over 12 years old contain sexual violence.

In this regard, Xiaocai has announced rectification measures, which will permanently remove apps with bad content, strengthen the review mechanism, and set up reporting and complaint channels. (IT House)

Welcome to Bio 2.0, biotechnology can also be "software"

Pharmaceutical research and development can be "open source" and drugs can be "customized". These are the changes brought about by the transition from "Biotech" to "Techbio" (also known as "Bio 2.0").

The media that pays attention to European venture capital, Sifted, recently pointed out that more and more European VCs have begun to invest in Bio 2.0 companies. The field has raised $18 billion so far in 2020, about as much as in the previous six years combined.

In the eyes of many investors, the difference between Bio 2.0 and previous biotech companies is that Bio 2.0 is more about building platforms or "infrastructure" for research, rather than finding a specific drug.

The change is that biology is no longer just trial and error, we can now use biology as a technology.

Behind this are advances in machine learning, automation and engineering.

NFX provides a more specific explanation: DNA sequencing and synthesis technologies allow biology to be "digitized", so we can use machine learning, artificial intelligence, etc. to analyze digitized biological information.

In addition, in the laboratory, researchers' manual pipetting has also become large-scale automation, helping to shorten the research innovation cycle.

In techbio, startups can apply engineering to basic science to advance research faster.

This is also why (startup) teams can start with an idea, because they no longer have to spend a decade to discover and perfect CRISPR-Cas9 (gene editing technology).

If you want to know more, it is recommended to read the original text of Sifted  https://go.ifanr.com/j5tEIC

AirPods Pro 2 may set a pairing threshold

On July 19, well-known Apple leaker @ShrimpApplePro revealed that only certain devices are expected to use the full functionality of the AirPods Pro 2.

These specific devices include iPhone 11 and newer, some iPads, and Mac devices with M1/M2 chips. It is reported that the iPhone 11 is the first iPhone to be equipped with the U1 chip.

Previously, according to 52Audio and other news, AirPods Pro 2 will be launched at the Apple conference this fall. It is expected to continue the rod design, possibly adding functions such as heart rate detection, temperature detection and hearing aids, and will support Find My‌. (CnBeta & Macrumors)

Huawei Officially Announces 2022 MatePad Pro

On July 19, @HUAWEI TERMINAL's official Weibo announced the 2022 Huawei MatePad Pro promotional image, known as "breaking through the boundaries of tablet experience".

The new phone adopts a rounded frame design and a rear circular "Oreo" camera module, which is expected to be equipped with a new generation of HarmonyOS 3.0.

It is reported that this Huawei conference will also have new products such as S Pro 86 smart screen, Huawei FreeBuds Pro 2, Matebook X Pro, and Changxiang 50 Pro. (digital tail)

Samsung may release Galaxy Z Fold 4 and more in August

The picture comes from Samsung official push

On July 19, Samsung released a set of mysterious posters on overseas social media. According to the color block puzzle, Samsung will hold a Galaxy Unpacked new product launch event on August 10.

According to previous news, it can be speculated that Samsung will release a new generation of folding screen models Galaxy Z Fold 4, Galaxy Z Flip 4 and Galaxy Watch 5 series smart watches and Galaxy Buds Pro 2 true wireless headphones and other new products.

Image courtesy of Evan Blass

Earlier, Evan Blass (evleaks) released a suspected official leaked poster, also showing the time of August 10th.

iQOO 10 series first mass-produced 200W

iQOO's next-generation flagship product, the iQOO 10 series, was officially released yesterday.

The new phone is the first commercial 200W ultra-fast flash charge, equipped with the first-generation Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ mobile platform, equipped with a 2K E5 super retina screen, a micro-cloud dual main camera, and a 3x optical zoom portrait lens.

The iQOO 10 series is currently on omni-channel pre-sale and will be officially released on July 26. The iQOO 10 starts at 3,699 yuan, and the iQOO 10 Pro starts at 4,999 yuan.

This year's list of the world's best restaurants is out

This year, Geranium in Copenhagen, Denmark, was named the World's Best Restaurant 2022. Located on the 8th floor of a football field, Geranium specialises in seasonal Scandinavian cuisine.

Five-time winner Noma has entered the "Best of the Best" category this year, and is not allowed to participate again according to the rules.

Among Asian restaurants, Den from Tokyo was the highest-ranked restaurant this year at No. 20, followed by Hong Kong Cantonese restaurant The Chiefs at No. 24. (Bloomberg)

Monster Charge and Spell Fighting Launch Treasure Hunt

Monster Charging and Spell Fighting have recently announced their cooperation, launching 4 co-branded charging treasures inspired by the characters "Kizang Yuren", "Fu Hei Hui", "Ningzaki Wild Rose" and "Gojo Satoru".

From July 15th to July 29th, users can enter the “Monster Charging” applet and go to the corresponding offline location according to the map instructions to find the co-branded charging treasure.

In addition, activities such as collecting cards and redeeming prizes are also launched simultaneously. (SocialBeta)

On Ang Pao launches women's sports bra

Swiss sports brand On has announced the launch of a women's sports bra series to further expand its product line.

The collection includes the Active Bra, a medium-strength support sports bra, and the Performance Bra, a high-strength sports bra. Both sports bras feature ergonomic construction and built-in spacers, while a mesh back panel allows for ventilation and perspiration.

Active Bra and Performance Bra were released online and offline at designated stores on July 19, priced at 540 yuan and 640 yuan respectively.

Finally, these two recent good domestic sci-fi films are also worthy of attention~

"Walking on the Moon" announced July 29th

"Lonely Walking on the Moon" is adapted from the comic of the same name created by Korean cartoonist Zhao Shi. The content tells that the planet is about to hit the earth in 2050. Humans have developed a "Moon Shield" plan to resist the crisis, and sent a large number of scientific and technological personnel to the moon for deployment.

"Tomorrow's War" will be released in advance on August 12

"Tomorrow's War" tells the story of a future world where a meteorite suddenly hit the earth and brought extremely lethal alien creatures. The commander-in-chief, Li Sheng, therefore sent an elite unit headed by soldier Tailai to carry out the transformation plan.

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"Mouth King"

The sound of "Tu Tu Tu Tu Tu Tu" always scared the family, and the camera turned. It turned out to be "a good skill in the family."

In fact, this advertisement uses the sound of machine guns one after another as a metaphor for the behavior of teenagers who are addicted to games, and introduces the anti-addiction protection function for teenagers in the Indian game Battlegrounds Mobile India in a relaxed and vivid way.

The film was shortlisted for the 2022 Cannes Lions Festival of Creativity Post-Production Sound Design Film Public Welfare Award.

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