Long ago, physicists identified and categorized the components of the visible universe. Up until recently, 16 particles formed everything in the known universe.
The human brain is so powerful that some intelligent computers called neural networks are patterned after how the human brain works.
Who wouldn’t want a robot housekeeper? The post Forget Vacuuming—Robots Can Sweep Now appeared first on Futurism.
A leading Canadian researcher sees an opportunity for science and Canada as the United States adjusts to some recent disruptions to the status quo.
It’s been a busy day for Elon Musk on Twitter. The Tesla and SpaceX CEO has been actively replying to tweets, answering questions about the latest developments for his multiple companies.
Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk initially floated the idea of going under traffic instead of over it during the first phase of the Hyperloop Pod Competition in January 2016.
Traveling 4.37 light years at 20 percent the speed of light (i.e. really fast) for two decades seems like a difficult journey.
Artificial intelligence is changing the world rapidly, and the global economy will shift to meet the new technology as it always has.
Modern consumers crave touchscreens, but the screens’ brittle fragility is their downfall. In order for sensors to cover anything larger — like a robot — the technology will need to be cost-effective and flexible.
The future of driving is autonomous, and companies like Tesla have been pushing hard to get us to that future.
Advances in genetic engineering have made it possible for scientists to bring back extinct animals, the most promising of which is the woolly mammoth. American and Russian scientists have been working on the project for years, and we are getting closer to making this dream a reality.
Everyone is waiting for Tesla’s Model 3, and it seems that some amazing progress is being made at the company.
A global crisis is coming. Dubai is ready for it. The post Dubai’s Biotechnology Could (Literally) Save the World appeared first on Futurism.
Never waste another sheet of paper. The post The Everlast Notebook Is for Doodlers and Dreamers appeared first on Futurism.
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A team of scientists from the University of Vermont and the University of Waterloo in Canada has discovered that black holes and cold helium atoms have something in common: a law that controls their strange behavior.
Tesla Motors is at it again by pushing the energy-efficient, all-electric envelope even further. After breaking records, building solar farms, and remapping the global auto industry, the company still has plenty in store.
The Olympics provides a great opportunity to take a closer look at the popular myth of meritocracy, where winners come out on top thanks to hard work and losers simply just weren’t good enough.
This is the autism treatment of the future. The post Britain Embraces Virtual Reality as an Autism Treatment appeared first on Futurism.
Internet access is so fundamental that it is starting to be considered a basic human right. However, access to the internet remains uneven.