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Weekly Piece of Future #4
From 3D-Printed Hearts to Self-Navigating Nanobots and Force-Controlled Robotics
Hey there, fellow future-addicts!
Welcome to the latest edition of Rushing Robotics, where we bring you the most exciting news from the world of technology. In this issue, we've got some fascinating developments to share with you.
First up, imagine having self-navigating nanobots that can find their way to inflamed sites in the body for drug delivery and therapy in difficult-to-reach areas. Well, scientists have made this a reality! Plus, we'll tell you about the world's tiniest 3D printer that's revolutionizing the field of micro-printing.
But that's not all! We also have news about Microsoft's use of ChatGPT to control a robot arm and an aerial drone, and the unveiling of the "Moonlight" force-controlled parallel robot that promises to improve safety, accuracy, and efficiency in various applications.
We'll also share some industry insights and updates, including OpenAI's new product for large-scale model inference and a breakthrough in quantum computing by Google Quantum AI Researchers. And in the world of Biotech, we'll tell you about how scientists have identified DNA that helps spread cancer and may lead to new treatments.
Last but not least, we have some exciting products and tools of the week, including a free text-to-speech converter, an ultimate tool for building AI vision applications without coding, and an effortless interior design assistant. It is also worth mentioning that this week's video section proves that Boston Dynamics is not the only player in the game.
Get ready for the ride and don't forget: stay hungry, stay futurish!
Scientists at MIT have successfully created a 3D-printed heart that operates like a natural heart. By creating a soft and flexible shell that mimics the patient's heart, they have achieved an exact replica.
Scientists have created self-navigating nanobots that can find their way to inflamed sites in the body, providing new possibilities for drug delivery and therapy in difficult-to-reach areas.
The world's tiniest 3D printer, which is no larger than a match, has been developed, promising to revolutionize the field of micro-printing and offer new possibilities for manufacturing miniaturized objects.
The unveiling of the "Moonlight" force-controlled parallel robot represents a significant achievement in the field of robotics, with the potential to improve safety, accuracy, and efficiency in a range of applications.
🔊 Industry Insights & Updates
OpenAI has privately introduced Foundry, a new product for developers that allows them to run large-scale OpenAI model inference with dedicated capacity.
Google Quantum AI Researchers have announced a major breakthrough in quantum computing, signaling a significant shift in the field and a step toward making practical quantum computers a reality.
Hugging Face and AWS have announced a new partnership aimed at making AI more accessible to developers and businesses.
A new report has highlighted how Big Tech companies are lobbying the European Union together to avoid regulating general-purpose AIs.
The debut of GT Sophy, the advanced AI racing agent, marks a major milestone for Gran Turismo 7 and the gaming industry as a whole, demonstrating the potential for AI to enhance the gaming experience.
Scientists have identified "Bond villain" DNA that helps in the spread of cancer and may hold the key to new cancer treatments.
Mitochondrial defects can speed up aging: New research has discovered that genetic mutations that cause mitochondrial defects can lead to accelerated aging by increasing cell metabolism.
Scientists at UTA are conducting research to uncover how T-cells, a crucial component of the immune system, detect and attack cancer cells.
💡Products/tools of the week
TTSMaker is a great tool that provides text-to-speech conversion services completely free of charge, with no limitations on usage, including commercial use.(I created this edition's voiceover using this tool.)
IngestAI allows users to easily transform their knowledge base into an AI-powered chatbot-like assistant that can provide accurate answers to questions about related materials.
Create stunning wallpapers with this free text-to-image tool! Simply select your preferred theme, such as anime or sunset, and your wallpaper will be ready in no time.
Get instant interior design ideas with REimagine’s one-click assistant. You can effortlessly try out different color, style, and design options to create a personalized look for your home.
Datature is the ultimate tool for teams and enterprises to build AI vision applications without the need for coding. It streamlines the process of managing datasets, annotating, training, and deploying, making it fast and effortless.
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