MIT successfully developed a new system capable of 3-D printing the basic structure of an entire building.
It turns out the Icelandic language is incomprehensible to AI, threatening its very existence in the modern world.
In the future, every household will be able to produce nearly three liters of water daily with this tool.
Could this be the first step in solving the global food crisis?
Hawking said that the best way to cope with AI invention is through international action. If push comes to shove, then a world government may have to be created.
A new type of Li-Fi has reportedly cracked 40 Gbps, which is 100 times faster than the best Wi-Fi we currently have.
A single DNA gram can store 215 petabytes (or 215 million gigabytes) of information, which means it can very well contain all of the world's information with just a few pickup trucks' worth of DNA.
A company called Ubiquitous Computing, as created by Mark Weiser, is slowly imagining a world that revolutionizes the way people interact with machines. In its reality, there are ubiquitous computing systems, as in devices that are so cheap that they are practically everywhere.
In addition to making plants into capacitors, the scientists also made fuel cells that work inside plants to turn their sugars into energy.
This material is 1,000 times better than the best variants of LED-based nanochips elsewhere. The technology also uses optical sensors -- that is, using the power of light -- to make its connections more stable.
Researchers can now create their own bots with a proven framework that uses 3D printing.
It is known that a lot of aerial drones are trying to mimic small insects with their processes. However, nothing beats the maneuverability and efficiency of the dragonfly. Now researchers are trying to create a hybrid drone.
Tensions in the global political atmosphere are starting to raise concerns about the possibility of cyberwarfare in multiple countries. This is pushing Southeast Asia and countries such as India to amp up their cybersecurity game.