Is social media ruining the world?
In some parts of the world, people have started “flight-shaming,” that is, giving up air travel themselves and encouraging others to find alternative means of transport that are more climate-friendly.
Imagine you’re on your daily commute to work, driving along a crowded highway while trying to resist looking at your phone.
It doesn’t get much more futuristic than living on Mars—and guess what?
How many people will there be?
One of the World’s First 3d Printed Houses Went up in China in 2016.
Consciousness is one of the greatest mysteries of the human species. Where and how does it originate?
A camera embedded in a pair of thick, black-rimmed glasses records Gómez’s field of view and sends it to a computer.
The coronavirus outbreak has thrown the world into turmoil.
The pandemic swiftly turned the working world on its head, putting millions of people out of a job and forcing millions more to work remotely.
Our kidneys are crucial for keeping us alive and healthy.
Do we really want to get “back to normal,” or should we be focusing on building a more just and inclusive future?
We’re in a time of extreme disruption—that much is obvious.
NASA recently announced that they test fired a research rocket engine. Nothing special about that—other than the fact said engine was 75 percent 3D printed parts.
When robots were still largely the domain of science fiction, their most common shape was human (more or less)—two legs, two arms, one head. Now that we’ve actually begun building them, robot-kind has been fruitful and multiplied.
Recently, the BBC broadcast the reaction of Rhian Lewis, a 49-year-old blind mother of two, as she read a clock correctly using her right eye for the first time in 16 years.