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Gerald Celente’s “Find Your Future In Trends”

What: Spring conferenceWhen: June 10–16, 2017Where: Galway, IrelandInfo: Trendsconferences.comGlobal forecaster Gerald Celente and his Trends Research Institute invite you to “Find Your Future In Trends,” a weeklong conference in magnificent Galway, Ireland, set along a majestic coastline along Galway Bay. This dynamic, inspiring conference will explore a series of powerful trends unfolding worldwide and how...


“Find Your Future In Trends”

June 10-16, 2017, County Galway, IrelandCost: $2,950 by March 15, 2017. (Cost after March 15: $3,200) INCLUDED IN YOUR COST• Six nights of accommodations at Connemara Coast Hotel in Galway (all program costs are based on double occupancy; single supplement: $425).• Full Irish breakfast daily; three lunches; and two dinners.• All presentations and workshops.• Gratuities...


The tech wave too strong to slow down driverless vehicles

In tracking the driverless-vehicle trend for several years, one trend is apparent: Don’t trust what you hear from automakers and their tech affiliates about their progress. And don’t be surprised when technology advances ahead of even the most ambitious, optimistic predictions. The path to fully autonomous vehicles has many twists and turns. While investors need...


Smart glasses combine virtual reality with artificial intelligence on the assembly line

Lenovo, the Chinese company that bought IBM’s personal-computer business, has announced that its combination of virtual reality and artificial intelligence will hit the market this June. The New Glass C200 uses a single-eye lens to augment reality by projecting images onto the lens that relate to what the user is seeing. The system’s AI software...


Will your kid excel? DNA marker predicts academic success

Using a complex DNA analysis and scoring method, researchers at King’s College London have accurately predicted which 16-year-olds will do better than others with schoolwork. The genetic marker was more accurate in its predictions than other measures, including perseverance. The marker also was a strong indicator of which students went on to advanced education.


Techno farming brings incubator to table in record time

The CellPod, created by scientists at Finland’s VTT Technical Research Centre, is a countertop food incubator that can grow a harvest from plant cells within a week. Although growing produce in a bioreactor isn’t a new idea, this is the first announcement of a device that’s scaled for home use and yields such quick results....


Charging your vehicle on the fly

Colorado’s transportation department has partnered with a private developer to test a highway that charges electric trucks wirelessly while they’re moving.The project will bury an electric transmission system under a stretch of highway. The system will beam power to electric engines in trucks that travel in this special “charging lane.”AECOM, the private partner, helped create...


This ain’t your mom’s pot roast: Synthetic meats have place in hungry world

Raising livestock plays havoc with ecosystems and demands huge amounts of water. Cow farts are a major source of methane, a highly effective planet-warming gas. What if you could have the steak without the steer? The Chile-based Not Company has enlisted artificial intelligence to analyze animal-based foods at the molecular level and choose plant structures...

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