Category Archive for: Technology

Tax me if you can.

The G7 is pretty powerful but just saying…

Futuristic robotic mining and construction.

This futuristic concept by Doosan hints at the evolution of the #construction industry. This #autonomous new system combines technologies to build constructions and do mining in regions that are inaccessible or dangerous, preventing worker’s injuries. #futureofwork With the vast mining for Lithium et al we’re going to be doing for the next generation of #ElectricVehicles … this may actually be the future. #wakeupimagine#innovation#ai#robotics This inspiring…

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Farmbot. Green thumb included.

Ok this is so what I need, as my green thumb is NOT so green! – this open-source farming machine can feed daily one person throughout the year. Wow. It provides exactly the amount of water and light necessary to each and every plant. It also removes weeds thanks to its #computervision system. Yes, please. #wakeupimagine#intelligentautomation#sustainability#innovation H/T Pascal BORNET Read…

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Back to Normal.

Ah yes, we humans are creatures of habit and we want what we want. How many times have you heard in your life… “I want it to be like it was!” But the world moves, the world changes, and life does not stand still. As Scott Galloway described #covidー19 as “an accelerant” not a “change agent.” He futher iterated,…

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Amazing Autonomous (Mini) Automobiles.

Amazing #innovation – The University of Cambridge has created a fleet of autonomous mini-cars able to interact with each other for a common goal: optimized traffic flow and passenger safety. The video shows that, in “cooperative” mode, vehicles approaching the obstacle (car 16) will reduce their speed, avoiding other vehicles to be blocked by the obstacle and create queues.…

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3D Printed Medical Sensors.

Check out this incredible breakthrough – the ability to directly #3Dprint medical sensors on living human organs! This will bring patient monitoring and wound treatment to a whole new level. For the first time, researchers at the University of Minnesota have developed a 3D printing system that adapts to the various deformations of the biological surface in real time.…

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Frosted Flakes + Froot Loops + Krave … oh my!!

Kellogg’s Bowl Bot – seems like our love of cereal always rears its head – from cereal cafes/bars to now cereal mix and match vending. Similar to the soda-mixing Coca-Cola Freestyle machines introduced years ago, Kellogg Company’s is rolling out a new #vendingmachine called the Kellogg’s Bowl Bot that creates custom mixes of cereals and toppings like fresh fruits and…

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James Bond meet Jeff Bezos.

“Do you expect me to talk? No, Mr. Bond, I expect you to die!” In the ultimate symbol of one Hollywood era ending and another beginning, MGM, home to James Bond and Rocky, finally found a buyer willing to pay retail: Amazon The e-commerce giant said that it would acquire the 97-year-old film and television studio for $8.45…

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Virgin(s) in Space.

Space … the next pleasure travel frontier? – shares in Virgin Galactic climbed as much as 21 percent after the company founded by billionaire Richard Branson conducted a test flight to space for the first time in more than two years. The VSS Unity flight from New Mexico on Saturday marks a critical step on the path toward the start of commercial #spacetourism,…

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Google. Bricks & mortar retail anyone?

Google is opeing its first retail store in New York City. Google betting on in-store retail at a time such businesses are still reeling from closures. Google plans to launch its first brick-and-mortar store this summer in Chelsea, where it has been steadily growing its office presence during the past decade. Hello, #digital moving to #retail – a trend we have seen a…

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