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Can children receive new ears grown from their cells?

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https://futurism.com/new-ears-grown-patient-cells/

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While more research and testing is needed, they're getting very close to creating something that looks like a natural ear.
In the not too distant future, we'll be performing similar procedures to regenerate other body parts, tissues, and organs.
Our medical knowledge is advancing very quickly these days.
We can thank computers for the part they've played in those advancements.

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111 day(s) ago
Yup.... programming is very detailed and precise.
Writing code for web sites is different, but it has to be detailed and precise as well. One missing character and the page doesn't function correctly, or it may not display at all. Browsers, like computers, don't improvise. Unlike humans, when instructions are incomplete or vague, they don't think... Oh.. I know what you mean... and then do the job.
That will likely change a little with AI, but it won't be as intuitive as a human and will misinterpret more often.
It'll get better over time, but right now AI is like a very well educated human with zero common sense.

philosopher
111 day(s) ago
My husband reminds that computer programs must be written. The person writing them has to understand the material to program it. Each bit must be programed in. For example. If you want a computer to open a locked door. You must program unlock the door, pull it open. Everything must be programed in bit by bit.
My husband took programming.

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