Artificial intelligence and robotics is changing our world and our economy. From autonomous sailboats to water infrastructure, AI will add an enormous amount of economic growth over the next 12 years.
Google just launched a new service that will read webpages out loud. How do I sound?
The U.S. Marine Corps just 3D-printed a concrete barracks in 40 hours using four workers. Previously, it took five days and 10 workers to build a wooden barracks.
Donkeys were once the indispensable workers of the Mediterranean. However, technology has now made them obsolete. A group in Split, Croatia is trying to create new jobs for donkeys in the 21st century.
Elon Musk recently invested $100 million into his tunneling venture, The Boring Company. The startup's drilling technology could have profound effects on transportation, renewable energy, and mining.
The launch of Dandelion could save homeowners thousands of dollars in fuel bills while reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
Miso Robotics, a kitchen automation start-up in southern California, recently raised $3.1 million in venture funding.
The future of robotics and finance is moving east with two major announcements out of Tokyo today.
Ideas from the stonemason school on the Croatian island of Brač could be useful in solving unemployment problems around the world.
A new robot named 'Hadrian' shows how quickly automation will disrupt the global workforce.
The world is locked into a supercomputer arms race. This is exactly what we need right now.
Indiana Jones should learn how to scuba dive. Technological advances in recent years, coupled with the political opening of once secretive and reclusive regimes, is enabling archeologists to unlock the secrets of the world's formerly forbidden waters. And for treasure hunters, the rewards are worth millions. A recent article from the BBC chronicles the efforts of … Continue reading Golden Coastlines and Their Underwater Treasures