Entries for December 2015

How Can We Fulfill Asimov’s Dream of Peaceful Artificial Intelligence?
Elon Musk and experts want to ensure AI won’t be used against humanity.
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How Does Star Wars’ BB-8 Work?
The rotational force is strong with this one.
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New Technology Promises Office-Sized Paper Recycling Machine
Environmentally friendly paper recycling machine promises to reduce waste, conserve water and cut do...
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Airbus Sees a Future Where Jets Have Rocket Engines
Concept aircraft could travel from London to New York in one hour.
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Competitions Help Engineers Move from Concept to Reality
Ideator and Venture Well are soliciting ideas from engineers who need help moving from the brainstor...
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Is There Life on Mars? Icecap Drill Hopes to Find Out
Prototype drill to dig 100 feet underground in preparation for future Mars mission.
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German Engineers Build Protopiper for Sketching Large Scale Objects
Engineers from the Hasso Plattner Institute have developed Protopiper, a device that turns adhesive ...
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Have Engineers Finally Delivered on the Jetpack Promise?
Helicopter technology the key to cracking personal flight.
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Robots, Start Your Engines!
Autonomous cars just merged into the fast lane.
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Engineers Accelerate Protein Evolution by Testing Millions of Mutated Proteins
Shining focused lasers on micro-capillaries allows researchers to isolate a single cell with mutated...
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Are Smart Bandages the Future of Medicine?
Flexible hydrogel material can be embedded with sensors, electronics and drug delivery channels.
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Let’s Get Cracking on Low-Cost Hydrogen
Reactor uses molten tin to extract hydrogen from methane without producing carbon dioxide.
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Plastics: Pull Yourself Together, Man!
“Self-healing” polymer hydrogel duo pulls itself together to fix damaged circuits.
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Saving Lives with Robotic Intubation
Engineers develop autonomous device for difficult medical procedure.
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Fleye - Personal Flying Robots
Engineers have redesigned a drone they hope will be safer and easier to control.
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VIDEO: Is the Robotic Exoskeleton the End of the Wheelchair?
Exoskeleton frame and motors replicate bone and muscle structures to allow users to walk again.
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Wistiki Brings Elegant Design to Bluetooth Tracking
Wistiki partnered with designer Philippe Starck to produce a new line of Bluetooth trackers that add...
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