Posts Tagged 'dna'

Hacking biology

Hacking biology

DNA identification and manipulation continue to stir ethical debate as researchers discover indicators of intelligence potential and develop new GMOs. If the traditional IQ test accurately measures intelligence as a generalised number, a new DNA

The Prototype, 16 March 2018 – Salisbury cyber, Remembering Hawking, Sydney innovations

The Prototype, 16 March 2018 – Salisbury cyber, Remembering Hawking, Sydney innovations

The world order is changing. As the ongoing mood of isolationism further turns America inwardly, the US looks backwards in its search to “make America great again”. How can Australia respond to this changing world order? On the technology and innovation front, the new Australia 2030 Prosperity Through Innovation Plan from Innovation and Science Australia promises additional fresh impetus for growth opportunities.

Health tech booming

Health tech booming

A few stories this week reveal stellar developments in the health tech industry. Google’s DeepMind AI has been applied to analysing medical images, accurately detecting eye disease data sets of thousands of photographs, more quickly

The Prototype, 25 January 2018 – Ten Australian Innovators to Watch in 2018

The Prototype, 25 January 2018 – Ten Australian Innovators to Watch in 2018

Artificial intelligence, robotics, globalisation, the transformation of energy systems, the intense commercial competition in business of technology, and the rising realisation that the best inventions of the future will centre on human needs and the requirement to sustain life on this planet — these are the recurring themes, and there’s a great batch of new stories below that illustrate the future unfurling ahead.