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Softbank CEO: The Singularity Will Happen by 2047

Son’s Predictions The CEO of Japanese telecommunications giant and internet multinational Softbank is at it again.

Report Asserts That Tesla’s Cars Are Taking Over the World

On The List Every year, Consumer Reports releases its auto brand report. And every year, European and Asian car manufacturers tend to dominate the top 10.

Geneticists Are Pioneering a Way to Postpone Death Using Human DNA

The Path to Human Longevity When J. Craig Venter successfully mapped the human genome some 17 years ago, it was partly due to impatience.

Bill Gates: This Will Be the Biggest Technological Breakthrough of Our Lifetime

Where Are We Now? We have come far in our pursuit of the perfect computer companion. From mastering games to running our homes, artificial intelligence (AI) has been steadily improving.

A Student Spent $700 to Make His Car Drive Itself

The next generation of transportation is here: autonomous cars. And this innovation isn’t exclusively available within the ranks of Tesla — it can also be found in the humble guise of a Honda Civic parked on the campus of the University of Nebraska, Omaha.

For More Efficient Package Delivery, UPS Turns to Drones

Drone delivery for you. The post For More Efficient Package Delivery, UPS Turns to Drones appeared first on Futurism.

This Company is Disrupting the Way We Consume Videos

Online Content Curation Our access to information in today’s digital world is unprecedented in human history.

Volvo’s Novel Solution for Avoiding Air Pollutants

Never breathe pollutants again. The post Volvo’s Novel Solution for Avoiding Air Pollutants appeared first on Futurism.

Explore Ancient Worlds in Virtual Reality

Travel through time. The post Explore Ancient Worlds in Virtual Reality appeared first on Futurism.

The Lightweight, Origami Shield That Stops Bullets

Twelve layers of kevlar and an aluminum core. Nothing’s getting through. The post The Lightweight, Origami Shield That Stops Bullets appeared first on Futurism.

One Fast Food Chain Is Adding Automated Kiosks to 1,000 of Its Restaurants in 2017

Experts have predicted that machines will take over a good number of jobs in the next five to ten years, but for a Dublin-based Wendy’s the automation began last year with their self-ordering kiosks.

Forget Mammoths, We Could Bring Dinosaurs and Neanderthals Back to Life

Real Life Jurassic Park? The scientific world was set ablaze of late as discussions ramped up about the resurrection of the wholly mammoth.

Bill Gates: The World Isn’t Ready for Universal Basic Income

Income for All In theory, a universal basic income (UBI) would be great. Under such a system, all citizens of a country are entitled to an unconditional amount of money on top of income they already generate through other means.

The Projector That Turns Every Surface Into a Touchscreen Arrives This Year

Xperia Touch At the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona this week, Sony unveiled the Xperia Touch, a portable, short throw projector that can turn any flat surface into a 23-inch, high definition touchscreen.

We Need to Update Our Rules for Robotics

As robots become integrated into society more widely, we need to be sure they’ll behave well among us.

The U.S Power Grid Isn’t Prepared for Cyberattacks

Called the “largest interconnected machine,” the U.S. electricity grid is a complex digital and physical system crucial to life and commerce in this country.

Boston Dynamics New Robot is Terrifying Science Fiction Brought to Life

Here’s your first official look at Handle, Boston Dynamics’ newest robotic creation. The robot stands a little over six feet tall and has four working “limbs” — two front legs and a pair of hind wheels that allow it to stand upright.

New Find May Explain How the Brain Creates Consciousness

A New Mapping Method Throughout years of research, the question of consciousness has continued to baffled neuroscientists.

Gene Editing Could Make You Smarter

Importing Intelligence The gene editing technology CRISPR/Cas9 has paved a new path forward for us – from eliminating disease and fixing pests, to restoring lost abilities – the process is expected to graduate us into a new age of medicine.

Arctic Digital Detox

This once-in-lifetime Arctic experience could dramatically reduce your stress. The post Arctic Digital Detox appeared first on Futurism.