T-Minus: An extended asteroid mission, a high-stress moon landing, and more
Freethink’s weekly countdown of the biggest space news, featuring SLIM’s reawakening, a historic moon landing, and more.
Meet Apollo, the real-life robot who wants to give you more free time
Will robots replace us? Apptronik, creator of the general purpose robot Apollo, has crafted a product that would only take the undesirable tasks away from humans.
Does Bryan Johnson’s $2m biohacking routine actually work? We tested it to see
18-hour fast, 100 pills, bizarre tech – we tried Bryan Johnson’s age-reversal routine for 1 month.
This group is investing in Muslim communities to shift harmful perceptions
In partnership with Skoll Foundation
“We belong here. We always have.” Meet the people behind Pillars, the program investing in the lives and dreams of American Muslims.
What is Generative AI? It’s going to alter everything about how we use the internet
Artificial intelligence is bigger than image prompts and idea generation. Much bigger. This veteran technologist says Generative AI will bring about “The New Internet.”
Starlink’s newest competitor is using next-gen satellites to create internet for everyone
Four billion people are not connected to the internet. This company wants to change that, using satellites in geostationary orbit.
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Behind the scenes @ Starlink's new competitor: Astranis. Astranis wants to put the internet in space. They're putting small satellites at Geostationary Earth Orbit (GEO), about 100 times further…
An anonymous source says that OpenAI and Microsoft are funding this humanoid robot startup. | ✍️ By Kristin Houser "Microsoft and OpenAI are reportedly in talks to invest…
✍️ By Carolyn Blais | Abdul Latif Jameel World Water and Food Security Lab | MIT News "In a new paper in Nature Water, [MIT students] explain how they…
This sponge sucks oil spills right out of the ocean #cleanourocean #oilspill #oceancleanup
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