Science continues to produce amazing breakthroughs in a synergistic relationship with technology.
Bowhead whales live for 200 years, while a giant tortoise currently checks in at 190. Yet the oldest human died at the age of 122.
Senolytics drugs are already showing promising results and could become available on the market within the next decade.
Michio Kaku predicts, among other things, how we'll build cities on Mars and why cancer will one day be like the common cold.
A growing shift towards purpose exploits our advances in science and technology to improve the human condition.
Artificial Intelligence is a uniquely powerful technology that is altering every dimension of human life, often for the better.
Several forces are Converging to accelerate the path of energy. One of those forces is a shift in orientation to purpose.
Consensus of several surveys of AI experts suggests AGI is still decades into the future. However, a transitional AI, may exist today.
We are heading for a future where our natural human capabilities are going to be radically augmented in three ways.
Two articles highlight the dilemma faced in this era of rapid innovation: the potential to enhance humanity, and the opportunity to diminish it.