ChatGPT can now see, hear, and speak. Tesla's Optimus can see its own body and interact with its surroundings. A completely new type of robot is getting closer.
🐦 Europe’s most endangered bird is making a comeback. 🧬 New AI predicts genetic diseases. 📲 Google launches new anti-censorship tech. Mars Technology Institute will develop technologies for human settlement.
Once critically endangered, the Azores bullfinch is showing signs of recovery. Two decades of habitat restoration has brought back the bird's numbers.
A mere 0.5 percent of all major projects are completed as planned and within budget. Have the pessimists FINALLY found something they're right about? One might think so, but...
As a response to increased censorship actions, especially in Iran, Google strikes back. They are introducing new software allowing apps to integrate anti-censorship tech.
This initiative aims to pave the way for creating crucial technologies essential for the long-term human settlement on the Red Planet. Initial focus to be on biotechnology, addressing constraints faced on Mars.
Thousands of free e-books are now available as audiobooks thanks to a new system that uses neural text-to-speech The system can customize the speaking speed, style, emotion, and voice of the audiobooks. It can also detect and skip irrelevant text such as tables, footnotes, and page numbers.
The tool predicts disease-causing likelihood of mutations with 90 percent accuracy. It aids genomics researchers in diagnosing diseases and finding treatments faster.
Experiences and tips after Warp News AI writer now has turned newscaster.
💀 The murder rate has dropped 17%. 👽 Not alone anymore? 📶 Record number of internet users. 🚘 Autonomous vehicles cause fewer injuries and fatal crashes
Europe has seen a sharp decline in the murder rate, and the situation in Asia, Africa and the Americas has also improved.
New research indicates a significant increase in productivity and quality for those who used ChatGPT compared to those who didn't.
Drones significantly reduce vaccine supply time to remote clinics. Drone deliveries take only 55 minutes to reach the remotest clinics, which would take over 5 hours by road.
On a planet named K2-18b, over 120 light years from Earth, a telescope has possibly detected a molecule known as DMS. Why is that important? Because on Earth, DMS is only produced by life.
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Humanity is doing the high jump without a bar. We have no goal. With Warp Levels, we determine what the next level for humanity should contain, so we can level up and make progress faster.
We talk about some of the 450 advice in his new book, but also about his new project: Protopia - the hundred-year desirable future. And Kevin Kelly give advice for how Warp News should grow faster: "Wrap it around people and their dreams."
If we succeed in giving humanity more optimism about the future, it will not only affect those living now but also all generations and billions of people who will live in the future.
Jim O'Shaughnessy is a legendary investor on Wall Street. He shares what he thinks is the biggest opportunity for the future and explains how the world is going through a great reshuffle.
The story of Peter Carlsson and Northvolt teaches us two lessons: You need to understand the future to see all the possibilities, and you must be a fact-based optimist to grab them.
With so much progress in the world, how can pessimism still be widespread? It is because of cynicism, denying that “so-called-progress” is progress, argues David Deutsch, professor at Oxford University and one of the world's leading intellectuals on optimism.