LEGO has constructed a fully functioning model of a Bugatti Chiron using mainly LEGO parts. It is probably the world’s slowest Bugatti – the model can travel up to 20km/h and will be displayed at the Italian Grand Prix.
Designer Dani Clode asks us to reassess the potential of human prosthetics with the production of the Third Thumb – a bluetooth operated, 3D printed prosthetic controlled using pressure sensors under the user’s feet.
A critical flaw discovered in deepfakes is as simple as observing how often the targeted person blinks. By developing reliable methods, researchers have the ablility to detect fake videos with a 95% success rate.
American restaurant chain TGI Fridays famously increased revenue by $150m with AI. But did you know they outsourced the entire project? This deep-dive explores the available tools and the potential they hold for you.
Research published by the University of Pennsylvania, and conducted online, suggests that any movement towards social reform approaches a tipping point once 25% of participants start working towards a change.
Alarm system, beams, big dogs - all great options for securing your home but here’s a novel addition. Alexa’s ‘Away Mode’ plays random conversations in your empty home to create the impression that someone’s there.
Over 68 million tons of factory farmed eggs are distributed every year in the United States alone, but a company specialising in plant-based alternatives has discovered a substitute in the simple mung bean.
Numerous studies have discussed the potential value artificial lighting holds for human wellness. In this article we present the differing views on the science of artificial lighting and what it can and can’t do.