Drones: Not Just for the Sky Anymore

Drones: Not Just for the Sky Anymore

Everyone is talking about drones. Privacy advocates are concerned that drones will become an extension of “Big Brother.” Governments are reviewing drone legislation. Amazon, most famously, is looking into drones for deliveries. Others, including Dassault Systèmes, are using tools, such

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Recently in…Space

Recently in…Space

A few months after returning from a stint on the International Space Station (ISS), NASA astronaut Mike Hopkins was ready to talk about his experience. During an hour-long Reddit.com Ask Me Anything session, Hopkins covered everything from space sweat to

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Recently in…Robotics

Recently in…Robotics

Last week, we looked at the world of robot employment. From comedians and security guards to hitchhikers, we found that robots are taking on some non-traditional trades. After conducting a bit more research, it would appear that we’ve just begun

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Recently in…Robotics

Recently in…Robotics

Futurists, like Wired co-founder Kevin Kelly, work to provide a glimpse at the world of tomorrow. In a recent interview, Kelly stated that the technology to come over the next 20 years will make the previous 20 “pale in comparison.”

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Recently in…Automation

Recently in…Automation

Earlier this week, Google X, the Internet giant’s research arm, announced the latest step in Google’s self-driving car project: build about 100 prototype vehicles that resemble the Hitchhiker’s Guide’s Marvin the Paranoid Android (Freeze? I’m a car. I’m not a

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Recently in…Transportation

Recently in…Transportation

This week, the “Dream Cars: Innovative Design, Visionary Ideas” exhibit debuted at the High Museum of Art in Atlanta, Georgia. Dedicated to the “dream big” history of concept cars, the collection connects us with the innovative designs responsible for our

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Recently in…Wearables

Recently in…Wearables

Speculation over why Apple is acquiring Beats Electronics hovers around the volatile Wearable technology market. Will an investment in wearables pay off? To quote the SOLIDWORKS 8-ball, “Reply hazy try again.” Some pundits predict a $30 billion industry by 2018, while

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