Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Just Called Out the Racial Bias in Facial Recognition Technology and She Makes a Really Important Point
"Though she be but little, she is fierce."
Helena says this of Hermia in William Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream, but she could just as easily be talking about microscopic robots developed by Dr. Marc Miskin, an engineering professor at the University of Pennsylvania.
Knowledge is power and time is money, so it's no surprise that brain specialists are constantly scouring for ways to maximize knowledge while using the least amount of time.
That's where transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) comes in.
Virgin Is Testing Its New 'Hyperloop One' High Speed Rail in the Nevada Desert, and It's Totally Something Out of the Jetsons
The only thing moving faster on the horizon than high-speed rail travel is the race to perfect it.
Pursued by titans of energy innovation like Elon Musk and championed by climate change reduction figureheads like Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, the landmark method of moving people and property would revolutionize travel and could significantly lessen vehicle emissions produced by humankind.
Last week, the Australian edition of The Guardian posted an article with no byline. The data-driven report was the first of its kind for the publication for one intriguing reason: It was written by a robot.
The article stated at the end:
Grocery chain Giant Food Stores will be rolling out 500 robots across certain locations in the next six months.
The robot model—known as Marty—is equipped to detect and inform workers of spills, out-of-stock or misplaced items, and can perform price checks as well, but its most adorable feature is a set of googly eyes at the top of its tower-like structure.