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Topics to consider are open-source AI, organisational design, Walmart, genetic engineering, VUCA, free energy, Deeptech, microbiome, programming biology, silk, green nanotech and AI assistants.
Genetic engineering and modification, programmable biology, etc. Time to read “The Genesis machine”.
The Role of Open-Source AI in Technological Innovation
With its collaborative and transparent nature, open-source AI has revolutionized the way researchers, developers, and businesses approach AI development.
A Conversation With Philips CMO Lorraine Barber-Miller On The Evolution Of Transformation + Systemizing Human-Centricity
We are no longer in an age of digital transformation; we are in a state of perpetual metamorphosis that has forever altered the clock speed of business.
Walmart: Working toward becoming a “regenerative” company
Walmart is conscious of the catalytic role business can play in helping to create momentum for a bigger focus on sustainability—not only in the retail space, but in assisting communities, suppliers, and other stakeholders for the ultimate good of the planet.
You’ll Soon Be Able to Buy Genetically Engineered Glow-in-the-Dark Petunias
Our rapidly improving ability to edit the genetic code is opening doors to all kinds of groundbreaking new possibilities. Read https://www.ronimmink.com/synthetic-biology/
Why VUCA Is (Mostly) A Myth
We need to have more reverence for the mundane and ordinary.
Free energy. And abundant. It will change everything
From water desalination to food production to carbon capture and storage, to our education system and health care, and everything in between. It’s the foundation that makes everything else possible
European deeptech’s fastest-growing teams
AI, satellites, nuclear, blockchain, quantum, electric speedboats, robotics and carbon capture.
Crispr Pioneer Jennifer Doudna Has the Guts to Take On the Microbiome
The world-famous biochemist is ready to tackle everything from immune disorders and mental illness to climate change—all by altering microbes in the digestive tract
AI Accelerates Ability to Program Biology Like Software
Artificial intelligence is turbocharging the frontiers of biological research, helping scientists program living organisms much as a software engineer might write code
Silk tougher than Kevlar thanks to genetically modified silkworms
The silk fibres produced were 6 times tougher than the Kevlar used in bulletproof vests.
The Green Nanotech Revolution: Addressing Our Water Crisis One Particle at a Time
At its core, the development involves using natural plant extracts to produce environmentally friendly nanoparticles. These particles can target and break down pollutants in water, offering a cleaner, safer water source.
Smarter AI Assistants Could Make It Harder to Stay Human
AI helpers that make phone calls, book flights, and chat with other bots will give humans new freedom—but also lead machines to undermine people’s independence.