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UK companies that adopt AI late or not at all could lose 20pc cash flow, McKinsey report warns

British companies that fail to invest in artificial intelligence soon are at risk of losing 20pc of their cash flow, McKinsey has warned. New figures claim that AI could boost the UK economy by 22pc in the next decade by making companies more productive, and fast-moving businesses could stand to grow in value by 120pc if they invest in AI tools.

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Confronting the Fourth Industrial Revolution

India, Brazil, China, Russia, and the United States have the potential to become the most powerful empires in the fourth industrial revolution. No, this is not about artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML), blockchain, user behavior analytics (UBA) and big data analytics (BDA).

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Devon Energy Establishes Target to Reduce Methane Emissions

OKLAHOMA CITY--()--Devon Energy Corp. (NYSE: DVN) announced today it is establishing a voluntary, company-specific target to reduce methane emissions for its U.S. oil and natural gas production operations, consistent with its core value of being a good environmental steward. By 2025, Devon will achieve a methane-intensity rate of 0.28 percent or lower.

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Station B - Microsoft Research

Station B builds on over a decade of research at Microsoft on understanding and programming information processing in biological systems, in collaboration with several leading universities.

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Florida A&M University achieves high throughput 3D printing of human cornea

Pharmaceutics Professor Mandip Sachdeva from the Florida A&M University (FAMU) has led a research project to 3D print a cornea in what is reportedly the first example of high throughput printing of human cells, particularly in America. The project was undertaken in two research laboratories in the Dyson Pharmacy Building on the FAMU campus using [...]

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Facial recognition smart glasses could make public surveillance discreet and ubiquitous

Facial recognition is becoming more common in public spaces, from airports and concert halls to train stations and arenas. But facial recognition-enabled smart glasses, like these built by Dubai-based company NNTC, would make the technology more ubiquitous and less conspicuous.

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Magnetism: An unexpected push for the hydrogen economy

Humankind has entered uncharted territory: atmospheric CO2 levels have soared to a record-breaking 415 ppm for the first time in human history. The need to find a sustainable alternative to CO2-producing fuels is urgent. ...

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Why Big Organizations Need to Hack Their Cultures to Become More Innovative

Big established companies know they must innovate to survive, but often fail to do so. Startups, meanwhile, are born innovating. While it's tempting to apply the startup model to legacy corporations, the truth is they face wildly different challenges. Given the right model, however, big companies can draw on their vast resources to match startup innovation.

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r/Futurology - Lessons on how autonomous air and land vehicles change our lives

r/Futurology: Welcome to r/Futurology, a subreddit devoted to the field of Future(s) Studies and speculation about the development of humanity, technology, and civilization.

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MIT's Inkbit creates industrial 3D printer with "eyes and a brain"

Inkbit, a startup of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) has developed an industrial 3D printer with machine-vision and machine-learning technologies. "The company was born out of the idea of endowing a 3D printer with eyes and brains," said Davide Marini, co-founder and CEO of Inkbit.

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r/Futurology - The Potential Influence of the 2020 U.S. Election Outcome on the 2020s decade.

r/Futurology: Welcome to r/Futurology, a subreddit devoted to the field of Future(s) Studies and speculation about the development of humanity, technology, and civilization.

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In historic first, G20 weighs ageing as global risk

Fukuoka (Japan) (AFP) Ballooning healthcare costs, labour shortages and financial services for the elderly: for the first time Sunday, the world's top policymakers are tackling economic issues relating to ageing and shrinking birthrates. G20 finance ministers and central bank chiefs meeting in Japan -- where a rapidly ageing population is a major domestic problem -- have been warned to address the issue before it is too late.

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Training robots to relieve chronic pain

Researchers at Swinburne have developed a collaborative robot system to automatically treat back, neck and head pain caused by soft tissue injury.

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Alternative meat seen as potentially juicy business

June 9, 2019 by Juliette Michel No longer at the food fringes, plant-based meats are selling well in supermarkets and emerging as a hot commodity for fast food chains, industrial food companies and Wall Street investors. JPMorgan Chase has estimated the market for plant-based meat could easily top $100 billion in 15 years.

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Avonmouth workers at risk as 70,000 jobs to be replaced by robots

As many as 70,000 people could lose their jobs in Bristol alone within the next decade as the threat of automation become ever more real.

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