No steering wheel, no pedals, no problem Continue reading This adorable driverless bus will soon be making stops at the University of Michigan
A new concept called Aim brings the doctor to you, in a self-driving car. Continue reading Who Needs A Hospital, When This Self-Driving Doctor Comes To You?
Just as with books and TV shows, app developers are recognizing their youngest users come from many backgrounds — and they’re building apps to reflect a diversity of race, family and ability. Continue reading These kids apps highlight diversity
Even in 2017, we often decide whether the salmon in the back of our refrigerator is still edible by giving it a sniff and looking at the “sell by” date. Continue reading This magical bottle might make ‘sell by’ dates obsolete
The film Dream Big: Engineering Our World gives insight to the capabilities and creative imagination of the many unsung heroes in engineering
Continue reading Dare to Dream Big
Every runner wants to beat their best time. So, who better to race against than yourself? Nike answers that question with its recently unveiled Nike Unlimited Stadium installation in Manila, Philippines, where runners race against a digital avatar of themselves that runs as fast as the regular human runner. Continue reading NIKE Just Opened a Running Track Where You Can Race Against Your Digital Self
Just as class lets out for the summer across the country, a new one has just been announced. Continue reading Meet Your Lucky Stars: NASA Announces A New Class Of Astronaut Candidates
It’s important to help light that fire in students, but that can be challenging, industry leaders say. Continue reading How to Spark Interest in STEM
Inside a shipping container-sized box at MIT Media Lab, crops of basil are growing in micro-climates designed by artificial intelligence. The first experiments, with controlled levels and duration of UV light, aim to grow a tastier version. As the mini-greenhouse generates roughly 3 million data points for each growth cycle of a single plant, the AI uses machine learning to analyze it and create new and better “climate recipes”–which can then be shared with anyone trying to grow food indoors. Continue reading These Food Computers Use AI To Make “Climate Recipes” For The Best-Tasting Crops
Would you like to be a Dream Alchemist? How about a Digital Overlord?
No, these are not character classes in “World of Warcraft.” These are real job titles held by real people who work in tech. The titles may seem a bit … well, out there, but they do jump out at you and cry for attention. They might also entice potential candidates who are looking for companies that love creative, innovative employees.