πŸ’‘ Warp News Newsletter #66

πŸ’‘ Warp News Newsletter #66

The week's fact-based optimistic news.

Warp Editorial Staff
Warp Editorial Staff

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Fact-based optimistic news of the week

πŸš‘ AI helps doctors find breast cancer up to two years earlier.

A new AI could help radiologists prioritize mammography images and detect breast cancer earlier.

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πŸ“€ A backup on the moon for all human knowledge.

A foundation wants to create an archive of human knowledge and store it around the solar system on quartz disks that retain the information for billions of years.

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🦾 Robot powered by AI takes recycling to a new level.

An AI-powered robot can assist humans at recycling centers by sorting through recyclables twice as fast as humans. The AMP Robotics invention is now going global.

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πŸ’» The pandemic shows the enormous benefits of digitalization.

More flexibility, higher productivity, higher quality of life, and fewer days of sick leave. Working from home is not without problems, but studies show the benefits outweigh them. It took a pandemic to realize this, writes Anna RennΓ©us Guthrie.

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πŸ€– The robots that cook your dinner.

A specially built robot kitchen and a robot attendant can make cooking a spectator sport in the future.

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βš“οΈ New way of powering aquatic research robots.

An ex-NASA researcher has unriddled how the thermal energy trapped in the ocean can generate unlimited clean power for aquatic robots.

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