Discusses the Department of Homeland Securities new sensor that they are developing/deploying. It claims it can read you on a molecular level, identify you, and determine any substances you have on you or have used. It can do all of this from a range of up to 50 meters. They claim it will go into deployment within 2 years, more likely a year.Read more »
[Our lab uses] a desktop inkjet printer, but instead of using ink, we’re using cells. - Surgeon Anthony Atala demonstrates an early-stage experiment that could someday solve the organ-donor problem: a 3D printer that uses living cells to output a transplantable kidney. Using similar technology, Dr. Atala's young patient Luke Massella received an engineered bladder 10 years ago; we meet him onstage. Talk recorded 3 March 2011.Read more »
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There’s a growing threat to the U.S. military, according to the Pentagon’s premier research wing. No, it’s not Iran’s nukes or China’s missiles. It’s the iPads, Android phones and other gadgets we all carry around with us every day.Read more »
it's a way to embed Easter Eggs in images - we need to best this before everyone else - just PLEASE promise me you won't embed auto-play audio - for our own good ;)Read more »
A few short videos about the future, the human condition, and the possibilities of technology. By Jason Silva.Read more »
Users, Service Providers At Odds Over Cloud Security, Study Says
If providers don't get serious about security soon, users will stop buying cloud services, Ponemon/CA survey states
Found this post talking about what the classroom of the future might look like and loved how decentralized and non-state dependent it all was.Read more »
We are in the middle of a great cultural arms race between advertisers with tons of money and state of the art technology and the common man's ability to ignore the ads those advertisers create. You've seen hundreds of ads today -- how many did you actually remember?
Don't think for one second that ad executives are giving up. It's all about using futuristic technology to make their ads more and more invasive. That's how we've wound up with ...
RFID implants due to kidnapping fears. Read more here:Read more »
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