Artificial Intelligence has unique applications for treating social anxiety, but it isn’t the same AI you’re used to seeing in movies. In fact, in the new app AI-Therapy, it meets the definition but not the spirit. We’re hoping someone can take our idea for a simulated social anxiety app and build it instead.
So, Crazy Story: 3D Food Printers Are Well On Their Way
People have been 3D printing crazy things for some time now. Orthodontic braces? Check. Fingers? Yep. Custom footwear? Obviously. Musical instruments? […]
Tesla Autopilot Drove Man With Medical Emergency To Hospital, So It Can Save Lives Too
The Tesla autopilot function may have been called into question due to two high-profile summer accidents but, here’s one story about a self-driving vehicle saving a life.
Water-Cleaning Energy-Generating Smart Bricks: A Dream Tenant For Smart Homes
Smart bricks may be the smartest future of the smart home market, thanks to a team of scientists out of the University of the West of England. These “living” bricks will do things like clean water, reclaim phosphate, generate electricity and facilitate the production of new detergents.
A Biotracker Implantable In The Skin Just Got $7.5 Million In Government Grant Money
Your fitness tracker counts calories burned and monitors heart rate? Pffft. That’s bush league. How about a tissue-integrated sensor implanted […]
5 Space Tech Startups Doing Pretty Stellar Stuff Outside The Spotlight
The space race was first spurred by Cold War hostilities and the jostling for bragging rights. Today, innovation in space […]
The Road To Robot Takeover: A Report On the Future of Automation
Last year, the worldwide management consulting firm McKinsey & Company issued preliminary findings on automation across all industries and most […]