Neil Jacobstein discusses the latest and upcoming developments in Artificial Intelligence (AI). He addresses the advantages and acknowledges the potential downside of AI. At DNA Investor, we believe that AI has and will continue to transform the world. Hence, we have invested in multiple companies which are on the cutting edge of AI development, and we’re short those who will be most disrupted. Find out which investments we believe will profit most from this AI revolution by join us today.
NASA plans to send the “Impossible” EmDrive Engine into space for testing. This new engine, which needs no propellant, can NOT be fully explained by scientists. The EmDrive will be tested on a small satellite. DNA Investor is currently invested in two aerospace companies which produce propulsion systems. To find out which companies and how we plan to profit from the current revolution in space technology, join us today.
Costa Rica was able to use only renewable energy (including hydroelectric, wind, solar, and geothermal sources) for over 100 days. At DNA Investor, we believe that the future of renewable energy belongs to solar technology. Find out which companies we believe will profit from the solar boom that is already beginning by joining today.
In this video, the speaker explains why people’s mistrust of Bitcoin is misplaced. He goes on to discuss the advantages that this cryptocurrency presents to society. Bitcoin is a core, long-term position of DNA Investor. Find out which other cryptos we believe are set to skyrocket.
See Boston Dynamics’ SpotMini robot dog perform household tasks in a slightly creepy way….
In a leap for robotic development, the MIT researchers who built a robotic cheetah have now trained it to see and jump over hurdles as it runs — making this the first four-legged robot to run and jump over obstacles autonomously.
The team of Dr Thomas Gregory, an orthopedist surgeon teaching at the Paris Descartes University, realized a total hip replacement filmed thanks to two cameras that were fixed at Dr Gregory’s eyes level and recorded the surgery in stereoscopic 3D with a 180° field of view. The footage is now watchable in virtual reality thanks to the Oculus Rift technology. This video now represents an exceptional training tool, to the extent that students and surgeons can for the very first time visualize a surgery and live it as if they were the surgeon.
Many modern technologies wouldn’t be possible without recent advances in semiconductor materials—but even the tiniest, fastest, most advanced semiconductors have their limits. S.-K. Hwang et al. present a proof-of-principle for a new class of electronics that are designed to degrade and completely disappear over a prescribed period of time. Such devices could be used not only for biomedical and environmental monitoring but also as a strategy for reducing electronic waste.
If you haven’t heard of it before, you have now. And it may prove to be the next big thing in materials science. SciShow explains what it is, why it’s so awesome, and what challenges we face in harnessing its amazing properties.