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Billionaire philanthropist Bill Gates has dropped a massive truth bomb about population growth in Africa, the future of technology, and the next big pandemic, ‘Disease X’.
We’re a society that has become used to instant gratification, which is never more apparent than when the internet lags. Our impatience has some serious knock-on effects.
Luxembourg might not register in your mind, but the country has massive dreams that involve becoming trillionaires from asteroid mining.
Located in a hollowed-out Texan mountain, the installation of Jeff Bezos’ 10-millennia clock has begun. Cool, but as cool as a car in space?
Released at this year’s International Consumer Electronics Show, you can now play a game of table tennis against a towering robot opponent.
Say hello to ANYmal, a quadrupedal robot designed for autonomous operation in challenging environments. Did somebody say “search and rescue”?
Ever wanted to make things move with your mind? MIT will probably get onto that pretty soon, but their TRANSFORM furniture is good enough for now.
Planned for release mid-2018, Amazon’s strategy to make Alexa a part of your life in every way is kicking into fifth gear. How about this for luxury?
The International Motor Show took place in Frankfurt this past weekend, and those in the know were mightily impressed with some of the beauts on show.
There’s some silly business going down in Silicon Valley, which will likely create a major setback for the future of transport. Drama abounds.
No one really knows what the next century will play out – but one company is taking a stab and the results are epic.
Flying from New York to London takes you around 7.5 hours – but there are new concept designs that are aiming to get that time to under 10 minutes.
What do you do when the car you have stolen blows its tyre as soon as Drake comes on? Get out and dance, man.
Mind control is on it’s way, and it’s as complicated as it is impressive. You may want to start disciplining your mind to stop thinking naughty thoughts.
Elon Musk has once against warned the human race of the dangers of developing artificial intelligence to a point where it has too much power.
The robots are coming, full monty style…Check out these bad boys working together to create shapes and formations…pretty cool.
The Associated Press has just added itself to the list of news organizations that will begin using robots to write stories.
Elon Musk believes it’s feasible, a “Terminator”-like scenario could erupt out of an artificial intelligence, making the conspiracy-theories seem legit.
Never mind wife swap, this is body swap. Yes folks, there’s a device out there that lets you see, hear, and even feel what what it’s like in another person’s body.
All right, all right, so we’ve all heard about 3D printing. We’ve all heard the stories of how 3D printers can create pretty much anything with ease. But have you watched a video that summarises the implications and future applications of 3D printing? No? Here’s one that’s only three minutes long.
From the billionaire who wants to build an 80,000 person colony on mars, create auto-pilot cars, and envisions the a steel tube that will get 28 passengers from LA to San Francisco in 35 minutes, comes this awesome video. Check out Elon Musk’s out of this world rocket skills.
Eric Schmidt, chairman of Google released a new book on Tuesday, which he co-authored with a former US State Department terrorism adviser. “The New Digital Age: Reshaping the Future of People, Nations and Business,” offers compelling arguments for a few interesting predictions.
An intelligent billboard set up in London has facial recognition tech built in that lets it scan passersby for gender – if a woman stops to take a look, it plays a 40-second video clip. Dudes only get a link to the advertiser’s website. It’s like they’re trying to send a message or something.
Nobody has any idea where they’re planning on getting funding from – but like a kid with an extended birthday wish list, NASA has unveiled some amazing concepts of future, eco-friendly aircraft, which they’re calling “greener flying machines for the year 2025.” Assuming they’re still here then.
Five days into 2012 and we’ve already got fancy new technology. A team from Cornell University have developed a light-distortion device that can mask events as if they hadn’t happened; they managed to use light distortion to hide an event for 40 picoseconds. Which, granted, is 40 trillionths of a second, but the research is groundbreaking in the extreme.