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Topics to consider are AI girlfriends, factories in space, cloning, sonic identities, values changing, Future Crunch, regrowing teeth, artificial pollination, the green credentials of Apple, earthworms and software that is self-aware.
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AI girlfriends are ruining an entire generation of men
Some very interesting consequences (all negative). Loneliness and demography.
Building in zero gravity: the race to create factories in space
Companies that produce off-planet say that the number of products produced in space will ramp up by the end of the decade
How Dolly the sheep’s legacy lives on: CRISPR cattle and cloned camels
With the latest techniques in bioengineering animals, they make sheep with conditions that mimic human genetic diseases, and goats carrying transplanted pieces of chromosomes that enable the animals to produce human antibodies.
Playing it by ear: The power of sound in marketing
With new media options, the scope for sonic identities has widened.
The Definition of Value Is Changing — Here’s What Entrepreneurs Need to Know to Survive the Shifting Global Trends
Lived experience is what today’s generations value above everything else.
Good News on Net Zero, Maternal Health in South East Asia, and Rhinos in Africa
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Japanese company testing drug to regrow teeth in humans
Think of it as a futuristic alternative to invasive implants or dentures, leveraging the body’s own abilities instead.
Farmers turn to tech as bees struggle to pollinate
A company has found a way to mechanically pollinate crops in a similar way to bees.
How Green Is Apple? A Closer Look at the iPhone-Maker’s Sustainability Credentials
Have a look at Fairphone.
Earthworms contribute to 6.5% of global grain production
Earthworms are important drivers of global food production, contributing to approximately 6.5% of grain yield and 2.3% of legumes produced worldwide each year. Do the sums.
The dawn of self-aware software
What if software were self-aware? Check out AgilePoint.