A Cortana "AI" Hologram IRL [May 2017]
/r/FuturologyROBERT the Robot Helps Patients Get Out of Bed Faster (Robot can be programmed by to repeat the movements done by your physical therapist to prevent atrophy and speed healing.)
/r/FuturologyCoronavirus Stimulating UBI Debate
/r/FuturologyWhat If We Collapsed Like Rome?
/r/FuturologySearching For The Chernobyl Resettlers
/r/FuturologyAI Generated Sea Wave Sound - For WFH, for relax and for fun
/r/FuturologyAubrey de Grey - COVID19 - Fighting Infections with Rejuvenation Biotechnology
/r/FuturologyElon Musk - The futur of humanity
/r/FuturologyArrivo Loop video from CDOT
/r/FuturologyA phone that opens like a scroll.
/r/FuturologyWhy the Future of Farming is in Cities - The Big Money in Vertical Farming - Vertical farming uses hydroponics or aeroponics systems to grow produce with 90% less water and 4 times less land on average compared to traditional agriculture. The food is grown locally and without pesticides.
/r/FuturologyHigh tech Cyberpunk-looking face mask offers up to 50x more protection compared to N95 masks
/r/FuturologyIntroducing The Autonomous Mobile Robot by ROBOTIS (Seoul, South Korea)
/r/FuturologyLoneliness, the lethal emotion.
/r/FuturologyThe First Plastic | Cleaning Oceans | The Ocean Cleanup
/r/FuturologyLive panel discussion tonight on the first AI which could debate a human in real-time
/r/FuturologyUBI is a Brilliant Idea
/r/Futurology[AI] Here is my python implementation of Deep Q-learning for playing Tetris
/r/FuturologyCurrent state of the art for deep fakes
/r/FuturologyHow Coronavirus Quarantines Lead To A Drop In Air Pollution
/r/FuturologyWater and the future of life on earth | DW Documentary
/r/FuturologyTokyo office grows own food in vertical farm. In a country with very little arable land (only 12% compared with 20% in the US), in one of the most populated cities in the world, one company chose to give up 43,000 square feet of valuable workspace to grow food.
/r/FuturologyIt's Alive, But Is It Life: Synthetic Biology and the Future of Creation 09/28/2016
/r/FuturologyA glimpse in the future of AI. It’s not real AI(i hope she is). But the future may look like this.
/r/FuturologyIf we already transitioned away from vehicle-based delivery infrastructure, our covid-19 response would have wings
/r/FuturologyThe Surprisingly Retro Future Of Batteries
/r/FuturologyToward a General AI-Agent Architecture - Rich Sutton, Google DeepMind
/r/FuturologyCan Self-Driving Cars Learn Depth Perception? 🚘
/r/FuturologyHow can humanity save itself from the global threats such as climate change, nuclear war, and pandemics? Isaac Asimov, in this 1989 talk, gives his answer: A Federal World Government is what is needed to unify people to work on the problems that threaten all of humanity.