Can A.I. make music? Can it feel excitement and fear? Is it alive? Will.i.am and Mark Sagar push the limits of what a machine can do. How far is too far, and how much further can we go? - YouTube
AI-powered toilets. Iron Man-esque exoskeletons. Robot furniture. VR-based offices. Actual dream-recording machines. Yet, what if tech behind many of these is more science than science fiction? - a16z
Technologies that have been “just around the corner” are finally turning that corner. - From Deloitte Insights
As 2020 approaches, WSJ's Joanna Stern wanted to see just how much the smartphone has changed our lives in the past decade. - From WSJ
Quick two minute Tech Predicitions summary from Fortune Magazine's Lisa Marie Segarra and Andrew Nusca.
Throughout history, when times are challenging, the world goes looking for heroes. And this year, searches for heroes — both superheroes and everyday heroes — soared around the world. - From Google
Big tech firms are investing in data centers as they compete for the $214 billion cloud computing market. WSJ explains what cloud computing is, why big tech is betting big on future. From WSJ
If discovery itself is being industrialized, what does that look like? How can we tell that we’re in the middle of this transformation now & where will this take us? - From a16z
Built on small islands and mud banks, Venice is slowly sinking. More than ever before, the pearl of the Adriatic is under threat. - Amazing DW Documentary
A recent paper suggests that it's possible to make the battery with a million-mile life. Elon Musk needs to power a fleet of robotaxis and future of Tesla - Business Insider
AIM, Moviepass, and Vine did not make it to the end of the decade. Nostalgia wasn't enough to save Blockbuster, MP3 Players, or BlackBerry phones. From Tech Insider
Unmanned flying vehicles growing in popularity all over world. The tech is developing quickly with drones able to fly further & carry ever heavier payloads. But will skies above be safe? - From CNBC
When complete, tower will be one of the tallest USA buildings, as well as the thinnest skyscraper in the world with a width-to-height ratio of about 1:23. - From Skyscrapers & MegaProjects
Waymo starting to match members of its early rider program with driverless rides as it starts scaling up its robotaxi service. - From TechCrunch
The internet turns 50. To celebrate, we talk to its creator, Vint Cerf, to get his views on what his creation has become and where it is heading.
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