Category Archives: New Technology

Virgin Hyperloop completes its first test run with passengers

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Jay Walder, CEO of Virgin Hyperloop discusses Virgin Hyperloop’s maiden voyage in a two-seat XP-2 pod, dubbed Pegasus, to test the safety and speed of the system.
#VirginHyperloop #Hyperlook #VirginHyperloopCEO
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Electric automaker Fisker CEO discusses SPAC and debut on the NYSE

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Electric automaker Fisker Chairman and CEO Henrik Fisker speaks with Yahoo Finance’s Myles Udland and The Final Round panel to discuss the new IPO, how the company differentiates itself from other electric car manufacturers, and outlook for the future.
#electriccars #EV #Fisker
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The AI Revealing The Truth Of Cable News

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An artificial intelligence lab at Stanford University has created some of the most powerful and controversial video manipulation and analysis technology ever imagined. This episode of Hello World explores how the scary tool of 21st century propaganda could be put to good use.
#Business #AI #DeepFake
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Dawn of the Space Plane

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For decades, humans have been trying to make a plane that can reach space and return to Earth by way of a runway. Space shuttles aside, only now is the dawn of the space plane finally upon us. In this episode, Ashlee Vance reports on a New Zealand company that has built its own space-plane prototype. Dawn Aerospace hopes to establish a cheap, quick way to transport objects into orbit, and in doing so transform the commercialization of space.
#News #Space #Technology
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The First Look at Boom’s Supersonic Plane

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It’s been almost 20 years since the Concorde was retired, putting an end to commercial supersonic flight for the very rich. But out in Colorado, the startup Boom Technology has raised $160 million in its quest to build a replacement, one that should be cheaper, more comfortable and able to fly more routes. Here’s an exclusive first look at Boom’s prototype test plane, the XB-1.
#Business #Technology #Aviation/
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Why SpaceX, Virgin, & Blue Origin Are Betting On Space Tourism

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Space tourism has been, almost, nonexistent in the past, but Virgin Galactic, SpaceX and Blue Origin are looking to change that. Still, accessibility to space tourism remains limited to the richest of the rich, with ticket prices ranging from hundreds of thousands of dollars to millions. Development of these space tourism programs is costing these companies billions and each has a different reason for pursuing this, as of yet, unproven market.
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Ransomware’s First Fatality

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Cybersecurity experts have warned for years that most hospitals are not prepared for a cyberattack. Unfortunately, a woman died during a ransomware attack on a hospital that could not accept emergency patients because of the attack.
Host: Louis Maresca, Curt Franklin
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Will the Cars of the Future Be 3D-Printed?

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When 3D printing first appeared, it may have seemed like a fad–something to keep garage hobbyists busy. But over the past few years, it’s become a mainstream manufacturing process. Now, an independent automaker called Local Motors is applying the technology to cars, using 3D printing to make the chassis of its autonomous, electric vehicles at a small factory in Knoxville, Tennessee.
#Accelerate #3DPrinting #Cars #Business
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Gravity Assist: Is Artificial Intelligence the Future of Life?

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If astrobiologists find life beyond Earth in the solar system, it will most likely be in the form of tiny organisms called microbes – nothing that would talk to us. But the galaxy is a big place; the universe even bigger. Somewhere out there, life may have evolved to become as smart, or even much smarter, than us.
And the next step in that ladder may be “post-biological,” argues Susan Schneider, the Baruch S. Blumberg NASA/Library of Congress Chair in Astrobiology, Exploration, and Scientific Innovation. Advanced life may be entirely based on microchips and silicon, using the tools of artificial intelligence instead of brains.
Listen to the full episode of “Gravity Assist” at nasa.gov/gravityassist.
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Android 11 is Out: Key Features to Look Out For

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On All About Android, Jason Howell, Ron Richards, Florence Ion, and Duncan Jaffrey from Ausdroid discuss the official release of Android 11 for all devices, as well as highlight the key features of the major OS update.
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What Coronavirus Means For Automation And The Future Of Jobs

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From burger-flipping machines to car-building robots—not to mention high-powered software taking on more and more administrative tasks—it seems like hundreds of skills are rapidly becoming obsolete in the U.S. economy. A recent McKinsey study found that AI and Deep Learning could add as much as $3.5 trillion to $5.8 trillion in annual value for companies. The economic shock of the coronavirus pandemic hasn’t helped. In fact, Covid-19 could be accelerating the pace of automation. CORRECTION This video misstated Marcus Casey’s title. He’s an associate professor of economics at the University of Illinois at Chicago.
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