Robots are being taught ‘disobedience’ by engineers to protect us from ourselves. They will make decisions based on safety of themselves and humans. See the attached video showing this. This could be our future.
The author shares how shares how Tesla’s gigafactory will produce as much renewable energy as it uses. This can be emulated by others to reduce the footprint on the environment.
This technology could drastically reduce the carbon footprint of the entire planet, while lawmakers continue to pay lip service to the issue of global warming.
Check out this cool new pollution-eating invention the ‘Row Bot’ — a tiny machine that creates sustainable energy.
Is your iPhone tracking you without your permission?
The JB-9 jetpack is the result of 10 years’ worth of hard work by Mayman and his co-partner Nelson Tyler, a Hollywood actor.
The hologram boom began in April 2012 when Coachella, one of the most influential music festivals, resurrected slain rapper Tupac Shakur in a headlining set by his former collaborators Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg.
Lookout security has found a malicious adware for Android phone apps that can behave like a trojan and disrupt normal phone function. They claim it is notoriously impossible to remove, even with a factory reset of your device.
New railway and aircraft technologies never fail to capture the imagination—and the future is bright, with bullet-trains that connect LA to Las Vegas in 80 minutes, and now a new rocket plane that turns an 18 hour flight, like Tokyo to New York City, into a breezy two-hour affair.
Scientists have developed a working laboratory demonstrator of a lithium-oxygen battery which has very high energy density, is more than 90% efficient, and, to date, can be recharged more than 2000 times, showing how several of the problems holding back the development of these devices could be solved, and would enable an electric car with a battery that is a fifth the cost and a fifth the weight of those currently on the market to drive from London to Edinburgh on a single charge.
Seems we can print anything with 3D technology these days. The latest breakthrough is replacement teeth that are cavity-proof.
When HyperCam captured images of a person’s hand, for instance, they revealed detailed vein and skin texture patterns that are unique to that individual.
Stanford engineers have created a plastic “skin” that can detect how hard it is being pressed and generate an electric signal to deliver this sensory input directly to a living brain cell.