Imagine going on a tour through the human circulatory system as a tiny cell. That is just one example of education in the metaverse.
One of Jetoptera's VTOLs is expected to reach speeds of around 614 mph, about as fast as a commercial jet airliner.
Laser-guided lightning systems could someday offer much greater protection than lightning rods.
The automated McDonald's has a staff comparable to other stores. But the crew members are all focused on making and packaging orders instead of delivering them.
It's not just keeping you from getting lost.
2023 will see an "arms race" in mixed reality hardware and software. This truly will revolutionize our society.
It was a particularly good year for biotech and medical technology. There were also notable advances in energy.
They could also "turn off" their fear.
Some solar cells are so lightweight they can sit on a soap bubble.
It will be able to produce 22 million pounds of cultivated meat annually.
These were the stories you clicked on the most.
Lithium-ion batteries pose challenges for our transition toward renewable energy. Sodium-sulfur batteries might be a solution.
"Lethal autonomous weapon" sounds friendlier than "killer robot."
Even lifelong technologists and AI researchers like myself were genuinely surprised by the speed and impact of generative AI.
Despite their brief history, computers and AI have fundamentally changed what we see, what we know, and what we do.
Once water gets more than about 200 feet deep, building on the sea floor is out of the question.
2022 was another busy year in the realm of science, with groundbreaking stories spanning space, materials, medicine, and technology.
Don't put all your eggs in one basket.
Its implications go well beyond the Earth itself, affecting even the future of space travel.
If you gave me $400 and I gave you $3.15, would you consider yourself wealthier? That's a financial analogy for the supposed fusion power "breakthrough."
The AI is helping Twitter users plot movies, design meal plans, and more.
ChatGPT's capabilities are astonishing.
De-extinction, if it is ever possible, will not be simple.
Perhaps wormholes will no longer be relegated to the realm of science fiction.
Bend it. Stretch it. Use it to conduct electricity.
Surely they can't be worse...can they?
The metaverse is inevitable because it is hardwired into our DNA.
It's called DragonFire.
A space ad could pay for itself after one month.
In the future, people may look back with horror at how humans treated AI in the 21st century.