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3D printing food at London's Food Tech Week

3D food printing company, Natural Machines of Barcelona, bring their Foodini 3D printer to London’s food tech week.Natural Machines co-founder and CEO, Emilio Sepulveda, delivered a short presentation about the Foodini at Marylebone’s Carousel bar and restaurant,  a venue transformed for the week into an Insect Bar.
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3D-printed heart-on-a-chip with integrated sensors | Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences

3D-printed heart-on-a-chip with integrated sensors | Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences | DigitAG& journal | Scoop.it
Technique paves the way for more complex, customizable devices
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Inside Nat Geo’s Incredible Documentary Mission to Mars

Inside Nat Geo’s Incredible Documentary Mission to Mars | DigitAG& journal | Scoop.it
The new series, Mars, mixes documentary and speculation to tell the parallel stories of fictional future explorers and the pioneers of today.
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SpaceX Look Up

Unofficial commercial created to celebrate SpaceX's multi-planetary ambitions. I have no ties to SpaceX - I'm just a fan of what they're trying to do.
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The importance of science fiction to entrepreneurship

The importance of science fiction to entrepreneurship | DigitAG& journal | Scoop.it
There are three types of science fiction (in my view): crap, serialized crap and hard-science science fiction. The last type contains a wealth of visions of..
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Scientists are assembling a new picture of humanity

Scientists are assembling a new picture of humanity | DigitAG& journal | Scoop.it
Scientists are building tools to look at genomes in a new way — one that could make it easier to discover new links between genes and diseases.
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When Did Sex Become Fun? - The Crux

When Did Sex Become Fun? - The Crux | DigitAG& journal | Scoop.it
There are multiple answers to the question of where we come from: early hominins, monkeys, primordial goo, or the Big Bang, to name a few. Today’s answer, though, has probably, just a split second ago, popped into many readers’ minds. Today’s answer is sexual intercourse, a.k.a. “bleeping.” So let’s go back to the beginning, hundreds of millions of years before we invented euphemisms and censorship, and let’s ask: How in the evolutionary world did sex begin?

Algae, the green gunk that runs amok in our fish tanks, as well as the seaweed that stinks up our summer beaches, include some of the simplest sexually reproducing organisms on Earth. These lineages go back nearly 2 billion years. Algae do it. Plants do it. Insects do it. Even fungi do it. Much of this sex involves releasing sperm into the wind or the water so they can be carried to nearby eggs (as in mosses), relying on a different species to carry male gametes to female ones (many flowers), or maneuvering two bodies so that the openings to the internal reproductive organs are close enough together for fluid exchange (most insects and most birds).

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This map reveals Wi-Fi passwords at airports around the world

This map reveals Wi-Fi passwords at airports around the world | DigitAG& journal | Scoop.it
Anil Polat, a travel blogger and computer security engineer, has created an interactive map of Wi-Fi passwords at airports around the world.
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The British pound crashed overnight, and it was probably because of an algorithm

The British pound crashed overnight, and it was probably because of an algorithm | DigitAG& journal | Scoop.it
Trading software may have overreacted to tweets about the French president’s comments on Brexit.
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Sarotis

Sarotis | DigitAG& journal | Scoop.it
In 2016, a range of commercially available mobile devices arrived in the market carrying integrated 3D Cameras capable of depth perception and object recognitio
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Unusual Geometric Cake Designs by Dinara Kasko

Unusual Geometric Cake Designs by Dinara Kasko | DigitAG& journal | Scoop.it
When looking at a case of pastries in a bakery it's usually possible to intuit what something might taste like because of its familiar shape or color. Such is not the case with these radically unusual cake designs by Ukrainian pastry chef Dinara Kasko whose experimental techniques result in
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Now it’s time to prepare for the Machinocene – Huw Price | Aeon Ideas

Human-level intelligence is familiar in biological hardware – you’re using it now. Science and technology seem to be converging, from several directions, on the possibility of similar intelligence in non-biological systems. It is difficult t
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This Artsy Computer Lets You Paint In Three Places At Once

This Artsy Computer Lets You Paint In Three Places At Once | DigitAG& journal | Scoop.it
A Viennese artist will get two robot pals to help him paint in different countries across Europesimultaneously.
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Robot Pottery’s Golden Age

Robot Pottery’s Golden Age | DigitAG& journal | Scoop.it
How the U.K.’s 3D Ceramix Renaissance Inspired U.S. Artists to Combine Ancient Craft With Modern Tech
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Launched: A Synthetic Biology Factory for Making Weird New Organisms

Launched: A Synthetic Biology Factory for Making Weird New Organisms | DigitAG& journal | Scoop.it
Photo shows the automated lab of Ginkgo Bioworks, a synthetic biology company
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Rethinking AI100. Being Human in the Age of Intelligent Machines.

Rethinking AI100. Being Human in the Age of Intelligent Machines. | DigitAG& journal | Scoop.it

Being Human in the Age of Intelligent Machines –– Rethinking AI100.
Siri. Alexa. Watson. DeepMind. Tesla. Uber. Google Car.
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Aerospace engineer creates free 3-D aircraft design software

Aerospace engineer creates free 3-D aircraft design software | DigitAG& journal | Scoop.it
As interest in small autonomous aerial vehicles and their applications continues to expand, a Utah State University aerospace engineer is offering the public a free software tool that could revolutionize the drone industry.
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Blade Runner 2049: Sequel Has Official Release Date And Will Come To Virtual Reality

Blade Runner 2049: Sequel Has Official Release Date And Will Come To Virtual Reality | DigitAG& journal | Scoop.it
The title to the upcoming sequel to Ridley Scott's 1982 sci-fi classic, Blade Runner, was just revealed at the Oculus Connect 3 conference. Individuals behind the project also stated that it will be released in theaters in October of 2017 and that it will be available in virtual reality.
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Skintillates: Designing and Creating Epidermal Interactions

Fashionable, interactive, wearable, electronic tattoos integrated directly on the skin. Skintillates is a wearable technology that mimics tattoos - the oldest…
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FUTURE FACTORIES: Experimenting at the Edges of the Next Industrial Revolution

FUTURE FACTORIES: Experimenting at the Edges of the Next Industrial Revolution | DigitAG& journal | Scoop.it
CCA Digital Craft Lab (@digitalcraftlab) from San Francisco, CA, United States. #futurefactories #digitalcraftlab #ccarts
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Peter Zellner to launch the Free School of Architecture, a tuition-free, experimental architecture school | News | Archinect

Peter Zellner to launch the Free School of Architecture, a tuition-free, experimental architecture school | News | Archinect | DigitAG& journal | Scoop.it
Architect Peter Zellner of ZELLNERandCompany (formerly known as Zellner Naecker Architects) is launching a new, tuition-free post-graduate school of architecture dubbed, appropriately, the Free School of Architecture (FSA). Slated to launch in 2017, the FSA hopes to become a laboratory fo
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