In this video by Singularity University, Peter Diamondis examines how the world is moving faster and faster everyday as well as why we haven’t seen anything yet.
CNET’s Lexy Savvides tried out an actual exoskeleton to see if it gave her super strength.
Imagine how transformative this type of technology can be to those with spinal injuries or people with limited movement due to other kinds of injuries.
BBC Click takes a look at the latest summer gadgets, goes on a VR waterslide adventure and even takes a hoverboard for a spin.
The one and only Yann LeCun, Chief AI Scientist for Facebook AI Research (FAIR) and a Silver part-time Professor at New York University, talks about the future of AI.
Currently, computer chips are made from silicon, hence the term ‘Silicon Valley.’
However, a new material may be in the works as researchers are looking towards gallium oxide to overcome existing engineering limits and produce faster computer chips than ever before.
As I drove back from Reston today in bumper to bumper Beltway traffic, I longed for the day when I can get a self-driving car. To be fair, I did make productive use of my time by recording a live stream for Data Driven.
Transport Systems Catapult in the UK has been looking at automated pod vehicles. Senior Technologist Rebecca Advani explains the LUTZ Pod system.
In this TEDx talk, Maurice Conti explores the next 20 years of creative work and how AI will infuse itself as an essential part of the creative process.
Siraj Raval explains the rationale and engineering behind the IPFS, or the Interplanetary File System
Elon Musk has a new idea he wants to bring to fruition: the BCI, or Brain Computer Interface.
Are BCI’s the next step in human evolution – an inevitable upgrade we’ll need after the age of smartphones?
If done right, they can help us fulfill our wildest fantasies. We’ll be able to learn anything, experience anything, and be anywhere in seconds. I’ll discuss the philosophical, theoretical, and technical aspects behind the idea.
Siraj Ravel shares his thoughts in this video.