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Floating Farms
 
We are finding new ways to create areas to farm. As a matter of fact, These farms float.
http://www.xprize.org/news/crops-ahoy-floating-farms
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Quantum Machine Learning
 
Startup Knowm combines machine learning, quantum computing via memristors

Startup Knowm's has a combo 'Anti-Hebbian and Hebbian' (AHaH) machine learning approach using memristors (others use one or the other, but only Knowm uses both at once) thus allowing the customer to define their own specific learning algorithm using the same building blocks.

"Knowm’s AHaH computing approach combines the best of machine learning and quantum computing via memristors," Chief Executive Officer Alex Nugent told EE Times in advance of the company's unveiling today. "Our neuromemristive processors use a low-level instruction set that can be combined in various ways to achieve any number of learning algorithms."

Many researchers take the “let’s decode the brain!” approach and want to simulate the brain on massive computer clusters. While this will most certainly provide insights into how the brain works, they will eventually be faced with the reality that that their simulations will not be able to compete on power, density and speed with other approaches that have addressed the issue directly.
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Why not: all the airports?
 
The project is set to reduce 300,000 tons of carbon emissions over the next 25 years, which the report says is akin to planting three million trees.
This is the first airport in the world to run off of 100 per cent solar power.
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It might be pleasing to dream of arcologies, mega-cities, and space colonies – but no one can design the perfect human community
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Lets solar power this guy and make a little hydrogen store so its always powered. :)
 
Want to mine some bitcoins? Want to earn for free? Have a pi not being used? Then lets mine some bitcoins! By sarthak sethi.
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Awesome.
 
Welcome to the mesmerizing world of code-driven art.
Behold the creativeand addicting!potential of web browsers.
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All the roads.
 
placed in the median of the highway, the protected solar panel bikeway features a roof that protects riders and connects two cities in korea.
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Useful!
 
New polymer able to store energy at higher temperatures - A team of researchers at the Pennsylvania State University has created a new polymer that is able to store energy at higher temperatures than conventional polymers without breaking down. In their paper published in the journal Nature, the team describes how they created the polymer and why they believe it could be useful in many products. Harry Ploehn with the University of South Carolina offers a brief history of polymers created fo...
(Phys.org)—A team of researchers at the Pennsylvania State University has created a new polymer that is able to store energy at higher temperatures than conventional polymers without breaking down. In their paper published in the journal Nature, the team describes how they created the polymer and why they believe it could be useful in many products. Harry Ploehn with the University of South Carolina offers a brief history of polymers created for ...
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