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Nov 8, 2021

BREAKTHROUGH: Scientists Reverse Blindness [CRISPR Technology]

Posted by in categories: bioengineering, biotech/medical, business, media & arts

CRISPR Gene editing therapy is used for the first time in living humans with amazing results.

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Nov 8, 2021

How an Arthritis-Suffering Grandma Became Call of Duty’s Deadliest Aimbot

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A grandma becomes an e-gamer. And she seems to be very good.

I like the way technology is giving the elderly the chance to do more exciting types of sports and recreation.

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Oct 31, 2021

Hologram-in-a-Box Can Teleport You Anywhere

Posted by in categories: holograms, media & arts

The iconic Princess Leia hologram scene in the original Star Wars movie in 1978 did much to whet our technology appetite for this futuristic form of communication. In 2012 in the real world, the ground-breaking telepresence resurrection of Tupac Shakur at the Coachella music festival wowed the audie.

Oct 30, 2021

How Google’s Wing Drone Delivery Aircraft Works

Posted by in categories: drones, media & arts, robotics/AI

Will drone deliveries be a practical part of our future? We visit the test facilities of Wing to check out how their engineers and aircraft designers have developed a drone and drone fleet control system that is actually in operation today in parts of the world. Here’s how their VTOL drone works and what it’s like to both load and receive a package carried by an autonomous aircraft!

Shot by Joey Fameli and edited by Norman Chan.
Additional footage courtesy of Wing.
Music by Jinglepunks.

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Oct 23, 2021

Psilocybin Can Enhance How People Emotionally Connect to Music

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, government, media & arts, neuroscience

Taking psilocybin can affect one’s emotional state when listening to music, according to new research presented earlier this month at the 34th ECNP Congress in Lisbon.

Psilocybin, the active psychedelic component of magic mushrooms, has previously shown great promise when used in therapy settings for the treatment of depression. Many of these clinical trials often make use of selected music playlists to support the subjective psychedelic experience felt by the trial participant.

Now, scientists believe that this action of combining psilocybin with music may result in enhanced emotional processing on behalf of the participant, implying that music should be treated as a more active component of psilocybin therapy.

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Oct 21, 2021

Desert Freezer Invented In 400 BCE? Yakhchals Yazd, Iran

Posted by in categories: climatology, media & arts

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Oct 20, 2021

Net Zero Strategy 2021. Through Disruptive Technology & The Power Of Exponential Growth & Uptake

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, business, economics, food, media & arts, mobile phones, robotics/AI

We are living in a time when we can see what needs to be done, but the industrial legacy of the last century has such power invested, politically and in the media, and so much money at its disposal due to the investors who have too much to lose to walk away, and so they throw good money after bad to desperately try to save their stranded assets.

Well, the next decade will bring new technologies which will rupture the business models of the old guard, tipping the balance on their huge economies of scale, which will quickly disintegrate their advantage before consigning them to history, and these new ways of doing things will be better for us and the environment, and cheaper than every before. Just look at how the internet and the smart phone destroyed everything from cameras to video shops to taxis and the very high street itself.

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Oct 17, 2021

World’s First Robotic Woman

Posted by in categories: media & arts, robotics/AI

This looks familiar…

Robo Woman — 1,968 taken from the British Pathe reel “Miss Honeywell — World’s First Robotic Woman”. See this playlist of our best clips:

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Oct 14, 2021

The Real Reason Countries Are Going Back To The Moon

Posted by in categories: cryptocurrencies, media & arts, space travel

Discusses why people so interested about going back to the moon.

Rare earths, minerals, helium 3 etc. And it might be first come first serve.

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Oct 12, 2021

Chip machine maker ASML will grow into a $500 billion business next year, tech investors predict

Posted by in categories: business, media & arts, robotics/AI

LONDON – ASML, a Dutch firm that makes high-tech machines used in semiconductor manufacturing, will see its market value climb from $302 billion to more than $500 billion next year, according to two tech investors.

Nathan Benaich, founder and general partner of boutique VC firm Air Street Capital, and Ian Hogarth, who sold his AI start-up Songkick to Warner Music Group, wrote in their annual “State of AI” report Tuesday that Europe’s largest tech company is the little-known “linchpin” in the global semiconductor industry.

Founded in 1,984 ASML provides chip makers with essential hardware, software and services to mass produce patterns on silicon using a method called lithography.

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