Within a year, people have gone from suspecting those covering their face for various reasons to being scared of those who don’t wear a facemask in public as they may spread the coronavirus.
Brainfood started as a combination of two things - knowledge and curiosity and actually taking advantage of that really natural interaction
It is powered by OpenAl’s prevailing GPT-3 language model. It wasn’t the first to trick people into thinking that they’re interacting with a human being but it was interesting to see how it pretended to be a mortal and posted about hundreds of comments.
Online shopping is booming more than ever, which even led to Jeff Bezos becoming the richest man on Earth during the pandemic. And now, the new normal is giving rise to the idea of “shoppable TV”.
The building leans 18 degrees to the west, which is about 5 times the angle of the renowned Leaning Tower of Pisa, and the 17 floors on the top seem to be hanging over the edge, putting tremendous pressure on the core of the building.
EssilorLuxottica, the creators of Ray-Ban Glasses, is collaborating with Facebook to bring forward the innovative idea of “smart glasses” that would have Facebook, as well as other apps, inside a pair of glasses.
An electric motorsport venture of Advanced Dynamics.
The advanced city is to be on 2,000 acres of land in Mbodiene, a coastal village about 100km away from Dakar, the capital. And it’ll only be a 5-minute drive away from the country’s international airport.
LG Wing is the newest contender joining the smartphone arena with its’ dual screen design
The Hyperion XP1 is a hydrogen fuel cell-powered hypercar from California-based tech company Hyperion. The XP1 is promising a 1,000-mile (1,609 km) range with a top speed of 221 mph (356 km/h)