New printing process turns common-a-garden paper into electronic gadgets

New printing process turns common-a-garden paper into electronic gadgets

WHY THIS MATTERS IN BRIEF Increasingly everything can be turned into an electronic smart device – even paper – and innovations like this will make a raft of new products possible.   Love the Exponential Future? Join our XPotential Community, enjoy exclusive content, future proof yourself with XPotential University, connect, watch a keynote, or browse my blog. I’ve...

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Our Algorithmic Society, the deadly consequences of unpredictable code

Our Algorithmic Society, the deadly consequences of unpredictable code

WHY THIS MATTERS IN BRIEF With AI regulation so far behind the curve, and as our society and decision making becomes increasingly reliant on automated algorithms and not human decision making what happens when algo’s go bad?   Interested in the Exponential Future? Connect, download a free E-Book, watch a keynote, or browse my blog....

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Researches have found a way to track disease using sound waves

Researches have found a way to track disease using sound waves

WHY THIS MATTERS IN BRIEF As researchers begin experimenting with the electromagnetic spectrum and higher frequency sounds they’re finding new ways to track disease.   Interested in the Exponential Future? Connect, download a free E-Book, watch a keynote, or browse my blog. As the deadly Covid-19 coronavirus wreaks its havoc around the world perhaps one...

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Developers show off next gen apps that get streamed to your phone

Developers show off next gen apps that get streamed to your phone

WHY THIS MATTERS IN BRIEF As more services move to the cloud and network speeds increase it’s inevitable that everything will be streamed.   Interested in the Exponential Future? Connect, download a free E-Book, watch a keynote, or browse my blog. We are truly entering the streaming era where everything, not just our movies, shows...

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Scientists find a way to bridge the gap between classical and quantum computing

Scientists find a way to bridge the gap between classical and quantum computing

WHY THIS MATTERS IN BRIEF Quantum computers are hundreds of millions times more powerful than today’s computers, and this breakthrough could put one on your desktop.   Interested in the Exponential Future? Connect, download a free E-Book, watch a keynote, or browse my blog. Quantum computers that are millions of times more powerful than traditional computing...

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Bots are taking out paedophiles and keeping children safe from online sexual predators

Bots are taking out paedophiles and keeping children safe from online sexual predators

WHY THIS MATTERS IN BRIEF There are many ways to use bots, they can spread fake news, or as in this case, be used to catch paedophiles and keep children safe from online sexual predators.   Interested in the future and want to experience even more?! eXplore More. Everyone knows that...

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A new algorithm helps machines sense and respond to human trust

A new algorithm helps machines sense and respond to human trust

WHY THIS MATTERS IN BRIEF As humans and machines start working closely together researchers think we need to create machines that we can trust, but simulating trust might not be the right answer.   As robots and other machines become more entwined with our daily lives, the field of improving...

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US researchers have found a safe way to 3D print explosives

US researchers have found a safe way to 3D print explosives

WHY THIS MATTERS IN BRIEF The ability to 3D print explosives is a turning point for the military and other industries that rely on explosives, but it also opens up a debate on the potential dangers of the uses of the technology.   According to new research out of the...

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Scientists use defects to create a new programmable material

Scientists use defects to create a new programmable material

WHY THIS MATTERS IN BRIEF Programmable materials are a new class of revolutionary materials that can be manufactured once and then programmed to alter their properties and shape on demand to suit a limitless number of use cases. New research by a team at Purdue University has shown that honeycomb...

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