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Topics to consider are solar punk, digital transformation, insurtech, Ant-inspired AI brains, microbial fuel cells, mech suits, femtech and super thin solar cells.
Go read some solar punk.
Why We Need the Jetsons and Solarpunk
Solarpunk is a movement in speculative fiction, art, fashion and activism that seeks to answer and embody the question “what does a sustainable civilization look like, and how can we get there?
From Transformation to Evolution: Embracing Digital Change for Long-Term Success
Commit to ongoing digital evolution for sustainable growth, innovation, and competitive advantage. Follow AgilePoint (codeless cross functional process automation)
40 Growing Insurtech Startups (2023)
In 2022, funding in insurtech surpassed $7.3 billion.
This Ant-Inspired AI Brain Helps Farm Robots Better Navigate Crops
Using images collected from a roaming robot, the team developed an algorithm based on brain processes in ants during navigation.
Harnessing the power of microbial fuel cells: A sustainable energy breakthrough
Unlocking the power of bacteria and thick biofilm
This gigantic mech suit can be yours for $3 million
What does venture capital have against femtech?
In 2022, VC funding for companies that make tech for menstrual tracking, fertility services, maternal health support, gynecological devices, and menopause apps reached $840 million.
MIT makes a super thin solar cell that can turn any surface into a power plant
These cells, thinner than a human hair and just one-hundredth the weight of standard solar panels, have the remarkable ability to turn almost any surface into a power source. This innovation is made possible by the use of semiconducting inks and scalable printing processes, resulting in a power-per-kilogram production 18 times greater than traditional solar panels.