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Scientists are starting to take warp drives seriously, Especially one specific concept

September 30th, 2019 at 12:04 pm » Comments Off

It’s hard living in a relativistic Universe, where even the nearest stars are so far away and the speed of light is absolute. It is little wonder then why science fiction franchises routinely employ FTL (Faster-than-Light) as a plot device. Push a button, press a petal, and that fancy drive system – whose workings no […]



Ideas are a dime a dozen. Here are twelve problems that could lead to a billion-dollar startup

September 1st, 2019 at 3:03 am » Comments Off

Next generation technology in the home for an aging population. Startup founders can often find themselves working on an idea that sounds plausible, but does not provide a solution to a problem people care about in a meaningful way. Y Combinator founder and investor Paul Graham says that often, these startups are born from individuals […]



The future of brain-computer interfaces and the human machine

July 15th, 2019 at 12:00 pm » Comments Off

  The melding of humanity with the technology we have created has begun… We are well on our way as Homo sapiens to becoming a species that fully merges technology with our organic bodies. In some ways, we’ve been getting at this for centuries already, beginning with the first use of eyeglasses, at the end […]



Magic Leap wants to build AR “Layers” over the entire earth

March 5th, 2019 at 12:11 pm » Comments Off

 Augmented reality startup Magic Leap wants to merge the digital and the physical worlds. In October, CEO Rony Abovitz first shared the idea of the “Magicverse,” a series of digital layers that would exist in AR over the physical world. On Saturday, the company elaborated on the concept with a blog post and new interview […]



How to want what you’ve got in a world of infinite choice

January 10th, 2019 at 11:56 am » Comments Off

  “Choose things that are good enough, and do not worry about whether they’re the best.” Psychologist Barry Schwartz is best known for his immensely popular TED Talk and his book The Paradox of Choice. He recently joined Ryan Hawk, host of The Learning Leader Show, to discuss what having too much of a good […]



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