In this video of a keynote presentation, Jeremy Gutsche dives into artificial intelligence and the AI mechanized future in an AI talk that explores how artificial intelligence trends will change your future, particularly as you combine innovation in AI with robotics, interface, bio enhancement, 3d printing, mind reading, sustainability and thought control.

This video introduces the use of IPFS (Interplanatory File System) in a consortium setting.  The concepts of how this technology can be helpful to remove centralization of storage that is not part of the block in the blockchain is shown.  Along with this is a short demonstration of how the marketplace offering for IPFS in Azure can make creating these storage networks simple is shown.

Here is an interesting look at the current state of the electric vehicle market with some cogent thoughts on the future of the internal combustion engine. It looks like 2023 could be an interesting year indeed.

I will add that, as I was recently in the market for a new car, I did not want to buy another gas powered sedan and a Tesla (or other EV) still seemed too expensive.

Winvision has leveraged the spatial intelligence capabilities of Azure Digital Twins to build BeSense, a smart building application that provides realtime data that optimizes space utilization and occupant experience.

Remco Ploeg, a Solution Architect at Winvision demos the application. Learn more about BeSense: https://www.besense.nl/en
Learn more about Winvision: https://www.winvision.nl
Learn more about Azure Digital Twins: https://aka.ms/azure-digital-twins
Create a Free Account (Azure): https://aka.ms/aft-iot

CaptainDisillusion is a VFX expert who examines viral videos for evidence of special effects trickery. His videos are always entertaining, informative, and, if you’re interested in video effects, utterly fascinating.

In this video, he breaks down a demonstration of the Method Robot, an exoskeleton clearly inspired by science fiction. The robot is real, but it may not be as close to production ready as the company (or their videos) would have you believe.