It may be time to jettison the notion that robots in the future will have grippers or claws for hands.
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As part of the online web series Which Way Next, hosted by Singularity University, Vivek Wadhwa, VP of Academics and Innovation, sat down with Carl Bass, CEO at Autodesk, to explore some of the pivotal technologies coming online
Facebook’s post-IPO flop is a reason to cheer. It’s slowed the flow of funds and IQ into silly social media. Free-labor businesses are whimsical.
The world of physics is electrified today with the news that a new particle has been detected that is consistent with the elusive Higgs boson, the long-sought after particle responsible for the forces in our universe.
There was a time when green homes were largely aspirational, the province of the lucky few who could afford them. Slowly but surely, though, that’s changing.
by GRETCHEN REYNOLDS: With the publication this month of “Eat and Run: My Unlikely Journey to Ultramarathon Greatness,” by the vegan distance runner Scott Jurek, vegan diets have become a wildly popular topic on running-related Web sites.
Scientists have invented a way to help patients breathe without actually breathing – by injecting oxygen directly into the blood.
Education is undergoing an incredible and exciting transformation, but I can’t help but wonder if the “experts” can’t see the forest for the trees.
by Deepak Chopra, M.D.: In a world plagued by food shortage that are reaching crisis level, carbohydrates are the easiest salvation and yet the greatest temptation to abuse.
by Ian Chant: Psychedelic drugs are making a quiet comeback, as a smattering of recent studies have demonstrated their medicinal potential.