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Futurism 3h
“Very few things are more important now to the future of humanity than design ethics.”
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Futurism 4h
Robots in the movies can think creatively, continue learning over time, and maybe even pass for conscious. Why don't we have that yet?
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Futurism 6h
Within 40 years, the number of Americans with Alzheimer's will almost triple, the CDC predicts.
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Futurism 10h
They want a chance to exploit its untapped resources.
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Futurism 11h
Briny water under the surface of Mars could support life, according to new research.
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Futurism 11h
If you want something done right, sometimes you have to 3D print it yourself.
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Futurism 11h
When the whole squad is in sync
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Futurism 12h
The next super-material could be inspired by nature.
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Futurism 13h
Plastic cars could save drivers time at the charging station.
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Futurism 14h
Uber says "we need flying burgers." We say, "Sorry, what?"
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Futurism 15h
"Opening event that night and free rides for the public next day."
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Futurism 15h
And your vote influences the rankings.
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Futurism 17h
It's a cartoonish scheme, but Cape Town may soon be desperate for water.
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Futurism Oct 21
It could help us catch orbiting junk so it doesn't damage spacecraft or satellites.
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Futurism Oct 21
And it could eventually make its way into space.
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Futurism Oct 21
It could cut emissions while carrying more passengers.
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Futurism Oct 21
Hands up: Who wants to live forever?
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Futurism Oct 21
If Google doesn't want to be evil, it needs to start acting good.
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Futurism Oct 21
If you thought your professor was robotic, get a load of this...
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Futurism Oct 21
A round-trip to Mars delivers the equivalent of 600 chest x-rays.
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