In the last decades humanity has made great progress with less extreme poverty, increased health, wealth and democracy. We follow in the tradition of professor Hans Rosling.
Innovation is often made when borrowing solutions and ways of thinking from other fields. This is what researchers at DeepMind have done as they have applied Game Theory to machine learning.
England announced a large-scale nature restoration project that might help protect the region from flooding as well as absorbing CO2 and boost biodiversity.
Black holes are the gifts that keep on giving when it comes to physics and math problems. One of the problems that have been around for some time is about how the universe is reflected on the edges of the hole. A young scientist has come up with mathematical proof.
“Why grow up to be a researcher, engineer, doctor, architect, entrepreneur, or strive to make the world a better place if it's all for nothing?” Tony Morley disagrees with the gloomy predictions about the future and wrote the world's first children's book about human progress.
A group of scientists has dramatically improved the way of simulating the evolution of systems of molecules over time. The new method is based on machine learning.
Norway is turning its last arctic coal mine into a gigantic national park with the aim of creating one of the world's best-managed wilderness areas.
Victoria state in Australia is building a digital twin. The twin will be a support in decision making as well as provide citizens with valuable information in real-time.
This city in the UK is installing bee bus stops, making pollinators happy and the urban space greener.
The small and mountainous country of Rwanda is sizzling with innovation and digitalization. Legal reforms aimed to encourage new innovative business models and a curious population have created a breeding ground for an interesting startup scene.