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The topics are gene editing, digital minimalism, risk scenarios, stem cell brain implants, skin, human touch, writing in water, microbiome, autonomous warbots and brains on a chip.
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The Transformative, Alarming Power of Gene Editing
A rogue scientist showed that crispr gives humans the ability to transform ourselves. But should we?
The Quest for a Dumber Phone
Digital minimalism as a trend?
Beyond Controls: The Power of Risk Scenarios
A scenario is simply a future, consequential event you write to express a risk you’re concerned about.
A biotech company says it put dopamine-making cells into people’s brains
The experiment to treat Parkinson’s is a critical early test of stem cells’ potential to tackle serious disease.
The curious ways your skin shapes your health
The most striking findings confirmed what people had long suspected: how youthful you look is an impressively accurate expression of your inner health.
What Jobs Will AI Replace? Not Those Requiring a Human Touch
Automation is beneficial to the bottom line, but it can’t replace the unique qualities that consumers crave in some products and service
Tiny ion exchange resin beads may allow you to write in water
Global Microbiome Study Gives New View of Shared Health Risks
Our bodies consist of about 30 trillion human cells, but they also host about 39 trillion microbial cells
US military plans to unleash thousands of autonomous war robots over next two years
But the scale and scope of the US announcement makes clear the future of conflict has changed: the age of warfighting robots is upon us.
A ‘Mini-Brain’ Traces The Link Between Concussion And Alzheimer’s Disease
We’re basically creating a miniature brain that we can hit and then study