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BionicMe | Bionics, Robotics, Prosthetics, Artificial Intelligence, Nanotechnology, Virtual Reality and Computing Forums McDonalds plans to test 7,000 touchscreen kiosks at restaurants in Europe, in an effort to streamline ordering food. Unfortunately, this will eventually mean they will layoff employees who are no longer needed. How long until the rest of the workers in the back of a Mcdonalds are robots? A lot of the food cooking process is automated already. All they need are robots to put the burger down on the bun, and add some ketchup and mustard.
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Biomedical animator Drew Berry ( Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research ) is known for his fantastic and detailed depictions of complex biomolecular systems. His award-winning work, which can be viewed online, in television and film, and in museums throughout the world, now appears in new and unusual venues thanks to a collaboration with the musician Björk. Björk's latest project Biophilia manifests her love for music, technology, and nature in many ways: an album, iPad app, touring production (which includes a 24-woman Icelandic choir and a musical Tesla coil), and a music education initiative. To accompany the song "Hollow," Björk's meditation on biological ancestry, Berry created a lush landscape for DNA to replicate (and sparkle) to the music. PDB Newsletter
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