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Seeking Delphi News

Monday, March 25, 2019   (0 Comments)
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This weeks news is from APF member, Mark Sackler,


Future Cities/Autonomous Vehicles

What will the smart cities of 2050 look like? Peter Diamandis thinks autonomous vehicles will be a major part of it. Read more.

Speaking of smart cities and autonomous vehicles, Hacker Noon, thinks the IoT can converge with vehicles to ease congestion. That’s something Rapid Flow Technologies is already doing. Find out more.


Genetic Editing

Researchers at UC, Berkeley, claim to have restored sight of blind mice by using a killed virus to insert a gene with green-light receptors into their eyes.  They hope human trials might begin within 3 years. Read more.



Have you considered the potential impact that superlongevity could have on retirement and social security? Read more.

2019 Undoing Aging conference in Berlin later this month has more to share with you. Find out more.


Artificial Intelligence

It seems that A.I. might not only replace many existing professions, it might be used to revive new ones as well.   A Chinese University is using A.I. as a sort of autonomous truant officer to monitor class attendance rates and reduce absenteeism. Read more.


Space/Space Commerce

25 nations are meeting this week to discuss treaties to prevent the militarization of space.  But a U.S. challenge to Russia and China over development of anti-satellite weapons could disrupt the whole process. Read more.

NASA plans for a return to the moon may include commercial rockets.  The Verge reports that this may signal a paradigm shift in deep space exploration. Read more.



David Wood's newest book, Sustainable Superabundance is just released. Find out more.