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Human brain: fuse with computer chips, biodigital brain control, machines, health, Futurist speaker

Human brain: fuse with computer chips, biodigital brain control, machines, health, Futurist speaker

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DARPA Cheetah breaks record for fastest legged robot By Ted Thornhill Updated: 17:24 GMT, 6 March 2012 It resembles the cat-like Decepticon Ravage, seen in the Transformers 2 movie – but this one is real! U.S engineering firm Boston Dynamics has built the world’s fastest legged robot and called it, unsurprisingly, Cheetah. In tests recently the speedy machine managed to run at 18mph, which means it would be able to outrun most humans, though it's doubtful it could keep up with Ravage... Cat's amazing: The robot Cheetah limbering up at 10mph Decepticon Ravage: The U.S Army's Cheetah is able to move like this armoured Transformer

molecules storage Storage is a very exciting thing these days: SSDs are increasing in capacity and becoming cheaper, hard drives are offering storage capacity that’s unprecedented at the consumer level, and recently, scientists have been able to store significant amounts of data using unusual mediums, such as strings of DNA and small groups of atoms. Now, scientists have managed to store data in individual molecules. Using a new, still-experimental technology, researchers have managed to turn individual molecules into a storage medium. In theory, this molecular memory could increase current storage capacities by one thousand times over more conventional means. Molecular memory isn’t an entirely new concept but there have always been significant hurdles, the first of which is no stranger to the computing world: cooling. Previously, molecular memory needed to be cooled to temperatures close to absolute zero — not exactly practical.

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