Archive for the ‘innovation’ category: Page 162

Dec 28, 2015

Doing nothing is not OK: A call for change at the FDA

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, innovation

Doing nothing is no longer acceptable. Even the FDA admits the system needs fixing. Stem cell work holds huge potential and needs freedom to test breakthrough therapies that could change medicine forever.

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Dec 24, 2015

Writing a New Language of Storytelling with Virtual Reality | Andreessen Horowitz

Posted by in categories: hardware, innovation, media & arts, software, virtual reality

Dec 24, 2015

Breakthrough of the Year 2015

Posted by in category: innovation

Watch 10 of the year’s biggest scientific breakthroughs in less than 5 minutes.

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Dec 21, 2015

What Happens When Artificial Intelligence Makes MAGIC: THE GATHERING Cards

Posted by in categories: innovation, robotics/AI

The are over 13,000 Magic: The Gathering cards, each of which fits uniquely into an incredibly rich, decades-old world of lore, rules, tokens, and tournaments. It takes years to master the game, and even then a new set of cards comes every few months to shake things up.

That’s why it’s wonderful to see what kinds of innovation and oddity a days old artificial intelligence can come up with.

AIMTG_2I’m sorry…What does morph do again?

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Dec 20, 2015

5 Awesome Inventions That Came out of MIT This Year

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, innovation

We’re coming down the homestretch for 2015, and now is the time when most folks like to reflect on all of the things they’re thankful for. In the campus innovation space, that basically means MIT. Being one of the most technologically progressive universities in the world, MIT has the longstanding reputation of churning out life-changing innovations as if it were a cake walk.

This past year has been no different. Here are our picks of 5 inventions coming out of MIT that are sure to impact the world, making us very thankful to have the Cambridge-based university in our corner.

If everyone’s bodies were true to textbook anatomy, doctors’ jobs would be a breeze. Unfortunately, that’s not the case. So all patients going in for heart surgery will have slightly different nuances to their cardiac makeup. As you can imagine, these procedures present some high stakes, so it’s not great for surgeons to be surprised in the OR.

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Dec 20, 2015

‘Star Wars’ Tech: 8 Sci-Fi Inventions and Their Real-Life Counterparts

Posted by in categories: innovation, space

While the science and technologies behind the franchise are firmly rooted in fantasy, their enduring appeal has served as inspiration for many real-life scientists and engineers. Here are some of the most notable attempts to turn “Star Wars’” science fiction into science fact.


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Dec 17, 2015

5 Steps Toward Gender Diversity Every Company Can Take Right Now — By Claudia Chan | Fast Company

Posted by in categories: business, governance, human trajectories, innovation, strategy


“Plenty of forward-thinking companies have innovation divisions that try and predict the future, disrupt old models, and develop cutting-edge products. They don’t nest those divisions inside their human resources departments. So why shouldn’t gender diversity efforts be a part of corporate innovation?”

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Dec 16, 2015

Carlota Perez: In the midst of ICT revolution: next revolution 30 years out |

Posted by in categories: business, computing, economics, finance, governance, innovation, policy, robotics/AI, science, strategy

Economist Carlota Perez talk about the future of ICT.

Dec 12, 2015

Marvin Minsky Reflects on a Life in AI

Posted by in categories: innovation, robotics/AI

A founding father of artificial intelligence talks about the great breakthroughs of his early years.

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Dec 7, 2015

e-Celsius® Performance

Posted by in categories: health, innovation

Bodycap develops innovative solutions, promoting new uses and is placed at the service of world players in the health and well-being.

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