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Diabetes has been described as a global epidemic, but its end may now be within reach.
Robots that understand and can interact with the surrounding environment will be able to replace all physical human labor, which will lead to a dramatic expansion of the world economy.
Humanity has been working on machine translation for hundreds of years, but in the last ten years, progress has been exponential. We are close to a world with perfect machine translations of texts, removing a big language barrier for the world.
Would you buy a genetically modified pet? Maybe a luminous cat who can not get sick with AIDS? Or why not a pet that does not cause allergies? Or dogs that can not get muscular dystrophy?
Optimist's Edge is the advantage fact-based optimists have, which gives them the superpower to be able to see opportunities before everyone else.
Could climate anxiety be on the decline? According to a recent survey, most people believe that they live a sustainable life.
After all the warnings about antibiotic resistance, you might think the medicine soon will belong to the past. This is not the case. Maria Eriksson explains the benefits of antibiotics.
Research on psychedelics is growing exponentially. The results when it comes to tackling depression and other mental health issues are striking. In this week's Optimist's Edge, Marco Borsari takes a look at the "psychedelic revolution" in medicine.
Could Elon Musk's proposed electric jet fly longer than fossil-fueled jets? Yes, with higher battery density and a completely new design of the aircraft, electric airplanes with a range greater than fossil-fueled airplanes are possible.