In October of this year, the White House released a report titled “Preparing For the Future of Artificial Intelligence.” It’s a significant acknowledgement, from the highest organs of government, that AI is now a major part of our current and future lives. In this infographic, we’ve summarized the White House report’s key findings.
As our technology has evolved, so has the way we interact with it—and nothing exemplifies this more than the dream of a seamless brain-computer interface (BCI). Forget clunky keyboards and touchscreens: BCI is all about directly uniting humanity with the tools it creates. Here’s a look at the history and methods of BCI technology.
The historic X-Plane program pioneered numerous aerospace firsts—supersonic and hypersonic flight, reusable spaceplanes, and unmanned vehicles. Now, NASA is resurrecting the famous program to push the limits of new aerospace technology. So we thought it’s a good time to explore the past and future of X-planes.
Soon we will see humanoid robots running like a real person.
Soon, we may be able to get real-time health updates for soldiers in battle.
Scientists want to make a computer that can hack other computers.
DARPA is making a reusable spaceplane to launch satellites on a near-daily basis.
Optalysys, a company that aims to develop computer systems based on light, was just given a $350k grant from DARPA
Finding cancer may have just gotten easier.
DARPA is going to Phase 2 in its XS-1 program, pushing forward the possibility of reusable spaceplanes.
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