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Sep 14

Forget Mars. Here’s Where We Should Build Our First Off-World Colonies

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Is Mars really the best target for off-world colonies? The moon, Venus and free-floating space colonies all have their benefits as a first destination.
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Tesla cars will run on autopilot within 5 years: Elon Musk | Impact Lab

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Self-driving cars could save thousands of lives per year. Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk says self-driving cars might be on the roads faster than most people t
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Toyota, Grenoble set stage for test in ride-sharing

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Toyota is testing ride-sharing. As simple as that may sound, the experiment indicates an innovative model for the future of urban transportation. The Grenoble metro area could turn out to be the trial stage for a new city system in mobility.
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An open source future for synthetic biology | Impact Lab

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Synthetic biology is an emerging area that threatens to become as controversial as GMOs. It’s indisputable that genetically modified organism (GMO) food
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Sep 13

A Cambrian Explosion In AI Is Coming | TechCrunch

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You can call it a Virtual Personal Assistant, an Intelligent Agent, an Intelligent Interface or whatever you wish. We call it inevitable. The era of the..
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US Navy Tests Exoskeleton to Boost Worker Strength and Productivity

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Exoskeletons have made news in recent years for creating super-soldiers and allowing wheelchair users to walk again. Now, the US Navy will test and evaluate Lockheed Martin’s FORTIS exoskeletons fo…
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Elon Musk: SpaceX Wants To Build A City On Mars

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It’s why SpaceX hasn’t gone public.
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The Future This Week: Mysteries of Biology Revealed! - SERIOUS WONDER

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In The Future This Week, Serious Wonder dives into the latest headlines dealing with our biology. - B.J. Murphy for Serious Wonder
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Ant-Sized Radios to Connect the World > ENGINEERING.com

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Engineers at Stanford have created a cheap, miniature radio-on-a-chip that could catalyze the Internet of Things.
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The Networked Economy promises to transform just about every aspect of how people live and work. | MIT Technology Review

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