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Future News - Quantum Supremacy Approaches with Bristlecone, AI Transcriber App, Watson in Space, Disneyland Embraces Street View, CEO Michael Weiss on The Nano World's Fair in SF, Seeing around corners, Separating Liquids with Laser Tweezers, Common Ape Language, Pole Shift Anomoly, The Power of Luck

Listen Now to Future News 3.06.2018

It looks like the race for Quantum Supremacy is on with Google’s new 72 cubit Quantum Computer, outpacing IBM’s 50 cubit machine, announced just a few months ago. And closer to home, you may want to try a free new app that will do instant speech-to-text for you.  

New VR experiences at the Nano World’s Fair 2018 San FranciscoIf you want to see some of the coming new technologies in person, like VR and AR, or see some meat grown from stem cells instead of an animal or go for a ride in an autonomous car, consider visiting the Nano World’s Fair, coming up this weekend in San Francisco. This week we speak with CEO of the Nano Worlds Fair, Michael Weiss, and get the download and what’s hot to see and who to hear at this coming weekend’s event at Pier 48 in San Francisco.

And we have some great discussions this week, sparked by our slate of articles, such as a common ape language we may all know, and the effect of luck on success.  Enjoy!

The Space Station’s new HelpBot, CIMON


News- Google Nests, Flair for FLIR, Watson Branches Out, Facial Recog App, Asimov Predicts 2014

Listen Now to Future News - 1.14.14

Google buys home automation company Nest for $3.2 billion?  Hmmm…robots, voice recognition, home clouds, AI..where could this be going?  

Then there is the FLIR tech for your iPhone, capable of showing us the heat signature of everything around us. How useful is that?  FLIR is hoping that it’s $349 price tag is worth every penny..everyone from plumbers to rodent hunters to ghostbusters just might agree..

We also have a Consumer Electronic Show roundup of augmented and virtual technologies, thanks to Greg Panos, who was on the scene.

And this year, 2014, is 50 years since the famous scientist and scifi writer Issac Asimov predicted the future at the New York World’s Fair of 1964.  We discuss some of his predictions. We particularly like the long-lasting batteries that run on radioactive isotopes..not..still, others were more accurate.