If you’re someone interested in Cryogenically-freezing your body after death, you essentially believe that advances in science will eventually cure what killed you. Once cured, you’ll spring back to life and resume living free from illness.
On the heels of a recent iReviews article featuring artificial intelligence and its impact on healthcare, Futurism published “Need Legal Help? Give This Robot Lawyer a Try” – an article showcasing the future of AI in Australian courts.
Just a few months following the release of CEO Elon Musk’s Tesla Master Plan (Part Deux), Mercedes-Benz unveiled its all-electric, heavy-duty urban truck. Both Tesla and Mercedes hope to release their semi-truck in 2017. Let the race for electric truck dominance begin!
Healthcare, whether it’s analyzing electronic health records (EHR’s) or providing in-home rehabilitation for elders, seems to be the perfect domain for artificial intelligence. According to a recent article published in the International Business Times, Stanford University experts have predicted advancements in AI and analyzed their inevitable impact on North America by the year 2030. The […]
Just when you thought the next best thing in battery innovation was supercapacitor technology… Scientists from the University of Bristol Cabot have discovered a way to generate electricity from radioactive waste.
Queensland University of Technology’s Biofabrication and Tissue Morphology Group will be at the forefront of 3D tissue printing technology. According to Associate Professor Mia Woodruff, 3D tissue printing is “the difference between life and death for people waiting for an organ donor.”
It’s no secret. Tesla is an amazing company. All they want to do is protect our planet from CO2 emissions and at the same time, look good while doing it. They now have the greatest clean energy combo plate in production: Tesla’s Model 3 Sedan, the Powerwall 2 home energy grid, and their new tempered […]
As one would expect, advances in battery technology translate into opportunities for electric vehicle (EV) manufacturers. Scientists from the University of Central Florida (UCF) might have just cracked the lithium ion battery code. By creating a supercapacitor battery prototype that “works like new even after being recharged 20,000 times,” this new tech could yield “high-capacity, […]
According to a recent Futurism article, “the background level of C02 in the atmosphere is about 400 parts per million, and human emissions within the past year add up to three parts per million to that total.” Whether the instrument to eradicate harmful CO2 emissions comes from our natural resources or from technological innovation, the […]