Clones, human or otherwise, are genetically identical copies of a living organism produced artificially in a laboratory. Over the years, many animals have been cloned. Starting from the cloning of a tadpole in 1952 to the cloning of a sheep named Dolly from adult mammal cells in 1996, cloning has come a long way.
As technology advances, the potential for assistive devices to improve the lives of those with visual impairments is becoming a reality. One area that has seen significant growth in recent years is the development of artificial intelligence (AI)-enabled smart glasses. Integrated with AI technology, these smart glasses can analyze the environment and provide real-time audio cues to the wearer, such as describing the objects around them or reading out text.
Are you looking for the smartest and most advanced smartwatch for 2023? With so many new technologies emerging, it can take time to keep up. That’s why we’ve put together a list of the top smartwatches coming out in 2023 to help you pick one that best suits you! From screen-less design and gemstone face to NASA research, these watches will be packed with the latest technology.
From eradicating diseases to improving crop resistance to insects, biotech is truly one of the most important parts of modern science. One of the places that have made significant strides in biotechnology is Hong Kong. As of 2021, Hong Kong has emerged as the biggest fundraising hub for biotech in Asia and the second-largest in the world.
In May 2022, the Swedish band ABBA reunited to perform a concert looking exactly like they used to back in the 70s when they first rose to fame. The concert featured digital versions (called ABBA-tars) of the group created using motion capture technology. Fans were thrilled to see ABBA, saying that it felt like they had gone back in time and that the technology was outstanding.
Smartwatches have become increasingly popular over the years, and it’s no surprise why. They provide you with a convenient way to stay connected on the go, monitor your fitness activity and more. But if you’re on a budget, finding a quality smartwatch can be tricky. That’s why we have put together this list of four budget-friendly smartwatches that you should consider buying in 2023.
Postura is a mock startup created as part of the Jumpstart STEM Entrepreneur program. The project aims to create smart athleisure wear to provide instant posture feedback while the wearer is exercising. The team hopes to continue developing Postura and is seeking investors and further mentorship to create a working physical prototype.
As technology advances, so does the ability to bring innovations and solutions to the healthcare industry. In recent years, we’ve seen some impressive healthtech advancements, with companies like Apple and Google creating their health-tracking platforms and telehealth (providing healthcare remotely via telecommunications such as computers, tablets and smartphones) becoming more mainstream.
Every year, we get closer to the sci-fi future that pop culture envisioned for us. This year was no different as many new and interesting technologies made the news, from DALL-E, an AI that can draw like an artist, a tablet that can be folded in half by Asus to color-changing cars by BMW.
The beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic catalyzed a major shift towards telehealth, where people can access healthcare through telecommunication methods, like video calls. As families stayed home to prevent catching a disease that was largely unknown at the time, many had no choice but to turn to electronic health-related services, among them mental health therapy.
Food waste, sustainability and animal cruelty are some of the biggest challenges facing the food and beverage (F&B) industry nowadays. Like any other sector, the industry is dipping its toe into technology and innovations to seek solutions. While we are already seeing more food tech solutions in our everyday lives, like plant-based meat alternatives and food waste management startups.
Ever since Japanese doctor Hideo Kodama filed the first 3D printing patent in 1980, the technology has begun to serve in different disciplines. 3D printing works with a wide range of materials, including metals, ceramics, plastics, glass and even food ingredients. It makes us wonder how far we can push this technology.