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WIRED Dec 8
These robots are learning robots how to pick up and place products from humans. Why? To deal with your online shopping addiction, of course:
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Alexander Fryer Dec 4
I have a high opinion of and its products but also recognize the fact that competition leads to innovation. This is also a very important factor for Capitalism to work better for the consumer.
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Popular Mechanics Nov 30
Toyota's Remote-Control Humanoid Robot Is Uncanny
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WIRED Nov 28
Two years ago, Alphabet researchers made computing history when their AI software AlphaGo defeated a world champion at the complex board game Go. Amazon now hopes to democratize the AI technique—with a pint-size, $249 self-driving car.
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Popular Mechanics Oct 11
Boston Dynamics' Atlas can now chase you up the stairs
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WIRED Aug 15
These cardboard drones are designed to save lives in disaster zones.
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Alexander Fryer Jul 28
Replying to @Legoarf
I also just love that the visual representation of the octonion numbers looks similar to the symbol for the Deathly Hallows
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Alexander Fryer Jul 28
One of the most captivating articles I've read. My knowledge of particle physics is limited and this includes a branch of math I didn't know existed but the properties of the math and physics fit so well together, the intuition that there is an elegant solution has me so excited!
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DARPA Jul 28
Smaller. Lighter. Faster. Smarter. Our engineers have been hard at work refining software & adapting sensors to enable small UAVs to autonomously navigate unknown environments. So equipped, smart UAVs could scout an area & report back to a human squad.
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Vsauce Jul 27
Anthony James, Portal Icosahedron (2017) One-way mirrors. LEDs. Steel. h/t
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Jason Wang Jul 26
Wow. 20 years of real footage of stars orbiting the black hole in the center of our Milky Way from . You can even see the instrumentation/image quality improve over time!
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SpaceX Jun 29
More photos of today’s Falcon 9 launch of Dragon to the
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Popular Mechanics Jun 29
'Dragon' drone can twist and change shape in midair
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Alexander Fryer Jun 28
Great video with a lot of information to unpack. Brings up an interesting view of how youtube encourages groupthink then delves into the creation of cults. I also viewed parts as a social commentary.
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PBS SpaceTime Jun 27
The wealthiest people of the 21st century: finance magnates? internet moguls? More likely asteroid miners!
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Smarter Every Day Jun 20
Two Vortex Rings Colliding in SLOW MOTION - Smarter Every Day 195: via
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Juan Carlos Munoz Jun 19
I took this shot of he Milky Way through a crystal ball a few days ago at Paranal Observatory. It looks like a cosmic marble!
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Colorado School of Mines Jun 14
Our 2018 Homecoming Distinguished Lecture will feature Adam Savage!!
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WIRED May 10
Boston Dynamics' robot is back, and now it can navigate entire offices by itself. It can even climb stairs 👀
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