Scenario prompts are the first step to strategy development. Topics to consider are photoelectronic chips, nanowire brains, solar farms in space, wearables, innovation, AI politicians, gene-weapons and printing brains.
Combine brains, photelectronics, nanowire and printing live neutrons.
The future of AI hardware: Scientists unveil all-analog photoelectronic chip
Researchers have developed an all-analog photoelectronic chip that combines optical and electronic computing to achieve ultrafast and highly energy-efficient computer vision processing, surpassing digital processors.
Nanowire ‘brain’ network learns and remembers ‘on the fly’
For the first time, a physical neural network has successfully been shown to learn and remember “on the fly,” in a way inspired by and similar to how the brain’s neurons work.
Solar panel farms in space could give boundless clean energy supply say scientists
A team followed a satellite in orbit for six years in order to observe how the panels generated power, weathered solar radiation and tolerated space’s harsh conditions.
Energy Harvesting for Wearable Technology Steps Up
Tiny worn devices won’t need batteries thanks to these innovations
The “Piggyback” Approach to Innovation
Piggybacks — tactics that capitalize on pre-existing but seemingly unrelated systems and networks — can help organizations create entirely new businesses, diversify sources of revenue, improve products’ appeal, and increase exposure.
The AI Politicians Would Like to Speak With You Now
Over the next year, politicians will flood the world with robot duplicates of themselves, delivering messages they’ve never actually said, in languages they don’t speak, and in ways we’ve only imagined in our most boring dystopian nightmares. Welcome to the age of the AI politician. It’s already getting started.
Chinese agency claims terrorists have AI-built gene weapons that target specific races
“Gene weapons” that can target a specific ethnicity or race.
Scientists 3D-print living brain structures in a lab — why it matters
Innovative bioprinting builds 3D nerve networks with living neurons, mirroring the brain’s complex structure.