MIT Technology Review’s 10 Breakthrough Technologies 2018
Which of today’s emerging technologies have a chance of solving a big problem and opening up new opportunities?
Join us as David Rotman, Editor, MIT Technology Review Magazine, walks us through their picks for the ’10 Breakthrough Technologies of 2018′ which includes dueling neural networks, artificial embryos and AI in the cloud.
3-D Metal Printing
- Breakthrough > Now printers can make metal objects quickly and cheaply.
- Breakthrough > Without using eggs or sperm cells, researchers have made embryo-like structures from stem cells alone, providing a whole new route to creating life.
- Breakthrough > A Toronto neighborhood aims to be the first place to successfully integrate cutting-edge urban design with state-of-the-art digital technology.
AI for Everybody
- Breakthrough > Cloud-based AI is making the technology cheaper and easier to use.
Dueling Neural Networks
- Breakthrough > Two AI systems can spar with each other to create ultra-realistic original images or sounds, something machines have never been able to do before.
- Breakthrough > Near-real-time translation now works for a large number of languages and is easy to use.
Zero-Carbon Natural Gas
- Breakthrough > A power plant efficiently and cheaply captures carbon released by burning natural gas, avoiding greenhouse-gas emissions.
Perfect Online Privacy
- Breakthrough > Computer scientists are perfecting a cryptographic tool for proving something without revealing the information underlying the proof.
Genetic Fortune Telling
- Breakthrough > Scientists can now use your genome to predict your chances of getting heart disease or breast cancer, and even your IQ.
Materials' Quantum Leap
- Breakthrough > IBM has simulated the electronic structure of a small molecule, using a seven-qubit quantum computer.
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