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Feb 17, 2024

20 Emerging Technologies That Will Change The World

Posted by in categories: augmented reality, bioengineering, biotech/medical, blockchains, business, genetics, internet, nanotechnology, quantum physics, robotics/AI, transhumanism

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Feb 17, 2024

Scientists uncover technique to cut off cancer’s fuel supply

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, futurism

Scientists at The University of Texas at Austin have discovered how an aggressive and deadly form of leukemia fuels its growth. In an experimental study, they were able to curb the cancer’s growth without harming healthy cells. The finding provides clues for future drug developers about how to increase the effectiveness of one type of chemotherapy.

The study, led by Xiaolu Cambronne of the Department of Molecular Biosciences, in collaboration also with researchers at Dell Medical School and in the Department of Nutritional Sciences, is published in Cell Metabolism.

Acute myeloid leukemia (AML) is an that starts in the blood-forming cells of the bone marrow. Known for rapid expansion, the cancer kills approximately 11,000 Americans each year. Most of the cases of AML occur in adults over 65, a population that often responds poorly to aggressive treatments, such as , and thus has limited options.

Feb 17, 2024

Meta’s big vision for face computers might be better than Apple’s

Posted by in categories: computing, futurism

And it’s also about seven times the price of the Quest 3, Meta’s current answer to the Vision Pro. It’s not as flashy as the Vision Pro, but right now you can do a lot more with it. Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg was eager to point that out in his impromptu review of Apple’s headset. Meta’s strategy is focusing on what you can do now, and doing that gives people a reason to stick around. If they stick around, they’ve inherently bought into your idea of the future.

It’s too early to say how Apple’s tried-and-true approach will pan out. But a common complaint I’ve seen from Vision Pro buyers is they don’t know what to do with it besides watch movies. It’s also too early to say whether Meta glasses users will stick around long term. (They certainly didn’t for the Ray-Ban Stories.) But we do know one thing: at the end of his Vision Pro review, Zuckerberg said the Ray-Ban Meta Smart Glasses sales have far exceeded his hopes.

Feb 17, 2024

In a world first, a woman will marry an AI hologram

Posted by in categories: holograms, robotics/AI

Spanish woman Alicia Framis is all set to become the first woman to tie the knot with an AI-generated hologram named AILex.

Feb 17, 2024

BYD Seagull could come to Australia after all — as the Dolphin Mini

Posted by in category: transportation

Pint-size Chinese electric hatch could become Australia’s cheapest EV

Australia could have a new ruler of the budget EV market by the end of the year and, perhaps unsurprisingly, it looks like it will come from BYD.

The flourishing Chinese auto brand confirmed on Tuesday it would release the Seal U mid-size SUV and three other new BYD models in Australia by the end of this year, one of which we know to be the recently spied but still unnamed plug-in hybrid ute.

Feb 17, 2024

BlackRock invests $550M in world’s largest direct air capture plant

Posted by in category: futurism

Money manager BlackRock has invested $550 million in STRATOS, the world’s largest direct air capture facility.

Feb 17, 2024

Monumental’s AI-powered robot builders get a massive funding boost

Posted by in categories: innovation, robotics/AI

Monumental raises $25M to advance construction robotics, addressing labor shortages and boosting productivity with AI-driven innovation.

Feb 17, 2024

OpenAI Can Now Turn Words Into Ultra-Realistic Videos

Posted by in categories: military, robotics/AI

AI startup OpenAI has unveiled a text-to-video model, called Sora, which could raise the bar for what’s possible in generative AI.

Like Google’s text-to-video tool Lumiere, Sora’s availability is limited. Unlike Lumiere, Sora can generate videos up to 1 minute long.

Text-to-video has become the latest arms race in generative AI as OpenAI, Google, Microsoft and more look beyond text and image generation and seek to cement their position in a sector projected to reach $1.3 trillion in revenue by 2032 — and to win over consumers who’ve been intrigued by generative AI since ChatGPT arrived a little more than a year ago.

Feb 17, 2024

The Infiniti-Inspired QX90 Is a Tesla Cybertruck Clone With Curves Instead of Angles

Posted by in categories: sustainability, transportation

A designer revealed an Infiniti-inspired QX90, a concept car that looks oddly similar to the Tesla Cybertruck with a few key differences.

Feb 17, 2024

Scientists identify genetic mechanism responsible for plant leaf diversity

Posted by in categories: biological, genetics

Plant leaves come in many different shapes, sizes and complexities. Some leaves are large and smooth, while others are smaller and serrated. Some leaves grow in single pieces while others form multiple leaflets. These variations in leaf structure play a crucial role in how plants adapt—and survive—in different environments.

“Plant morphology is diverse in nature,” said Zhongchi Liu, a professor emerita in the University of Maryland’s Department of Cell Biology and Molecular Genetics. “Morphological differences contribute to plant survival, including how well plants can regulate their temperatures and how efficiently they can transport water from their roots to the rest of their bodies.

Understanding the mechanisms responsible for diverse leaf forms will lead to a better understanding of how plants can survive challenging conditions.

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