Can a Computer Find Your True Love?
Could a computer algorithm determine your soulmate? Advancements in online dating and virtual communication technologies have given us unprecedented access to potential partners, but how will this work in the future?
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Defining time is a more complicated concept than it might seem. Learn about the future of time in this video from Fw:Thinking.
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3D printing can be used to create everything from furniture to human organs. Learn about the present and future of 3D printing in this video from Fw:Thinking.
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Gene therapy, an alteration of genes within the body to fight or prevent disease, has sparked a revolution in cancer treatment. In this episode of Fw:Thinking, Jonathan Strickland walks us through the process and potential of human gene therapy.
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Happy national robotics week everyone! We got a chance to visit the Georgia Institute of Technology robotics labs, and sit down with Dr. Henrik Christensen - one of the leading thinkers in US robotics.
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In this week's episode Jonathan got a chance to speak with Sandy Lobenstein, Toyota's VP of Connected Vehicle Technology, to learn more about how this tech will affect our lives in the near future.
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