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  • “In the corona crisis, we believe in science”

    crisis, we believe in science” The author Lars Jaeger sees the corona crisis as an opportunity for science. In an interview with Naratek, he talks about the current developments, the similarities to earlier epidemics – and the challenges for

    “In the corona crisis, we believe in science”
  • AI prodigy Shalev Lifshitz: “What values should we teach AI?”

    Radunski Illustration by Joel Kimmel December 09, 2019 Shalev Lifshitz is the world’s youngest AI researcher. In this interview he explains how conflicts between humankind and machines can be solved. Hesitantly , almost shyly, Shalev Lifshitz

    AI prodigy Shalev Lifshitz: “What values should we teach AI?”
  • “The Mars mission demands humanitarianism”

    sector is gearing up – among other things with artificial intelligence (AI). Is the next giant leap coming soon? An interview with Alessandro Donati from the European Space Agency ESA. “Sailors fighting in the dance hall Oh man, look at those

    “The Mars mission demands humanitarianism”
  • The enchantress of numbers

    Intelligence, where the computer scientist teaches machines not just to see – but also to understand. May 15, 2020 Interview “The Mars mission demands humanitarianism” The moon landing is history – Mars beckons. The aerospace sector is

    The enchantress of numbers
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    “What values should we teach AI?” Shalev Lifshitz is the world’s youngest AI researcher. In this interview he explains how conflicts between humankind and machines can be solved.

  • “AI should not pretend to be human”

    bots. In his book “Dialogue Robots”, Armin Sieber analyzes the widespread dissemination of these bots. In this interview he describes the advantages – but also urges policymakers and the public to be aware of the dangers. Mr. Sieber, are

    “AI should not pretend to be human”
  • The man with the robotic arm

    his bionic hand prosthesis, he is not only able to master his everyday life – he has even become a superhero. In this interview, “Bionicman” tells us his story and why he sometimes misplaced his hand. Today Michel Fornasier is out and about as

    The man with the robotic arm
  • Will robots soon help care for the elderly?

    Intelligence, where the computer scientist teaches machines not just to see – but also to understand. May 15, 2020 Interview “The Mars mission demands humanitarianism” The moon landing is history – Mars beckons. The aerospace sector is

    Will robots soon help care for the elderly?
  • ANNA - the black box that saves lives

    language, the drivers of the future, and vegan nutrition. Illustration by Liebana Goñi Read more May 15, 2020 Interview “The Mars mission demands humanitarianism” The moon landing is history – Mars beckons. The aerospace sector is

    ANNA - the black box that saves lives
  • The power resides in its skin

    processes. In a hangar near Denver, the fastest, privately-built jet ever built is taking shape. March 26, 2020 Interview The Tree Counter Thomas Crowther believes that data is key to combating climate change. The British ecologist found out

    The power resides in its skin
  • Billions for zero-carbon freighters

    processes. In a hangar near Denver, the fastest, privately-built jet ever built is taking shape. March 26, 2020 Interview The Tree Counter Thomas Crowther believes that data is key to combating climate change. The British ecologist found out

    Billions for zero-carbon freighters
  • Space igloo to be tested on Mount Pilatus

    processes. In a hangar near Denver, the fastest, privately-built jet ever built is taking shape. March 26, 2020 Interview The Tree Counter Thomas Crowther believes that data is key to combating climate change. The British ecologist found out

    Space igloo to be tested on Mount Pilatus
  • An end to flight shame

    processes. In a hangar near Denver, the fastest, privately-built jet ever built is taking shape. March 26, 2020 Interview The Tree Counter Thomas Crowther believes that data is key to combating climate change. The British ecologist found out

    An end to flight shame
  • Are electrically driven ships viable?

    to evaluate the best ways of powering ships without emissions. The report, which is based on external studies and interviews with experts, focuses on the North Sea and the Baltic Sea. However, the prerequisite for the technologies to be

    Are electrically driven ships viable?
  • Negative emissions: Major breakthrough or empty promise?

    processes. In a hangar near Denver, the fastest, privately-built jet ever built is taking shape. March 26, 2020 Interview The Tree Counter Thomas Crowther believes that data is key to combating climate change. The British ecologist found out

    Negative emissions: Major breakthrough or empty promise?
  • New design could make Internet from space even more efficient

    processes. In a hangar near Denver, the fastest, privately-built jet ever built is taking shape. March 26, 2020 Interview The Tree Counter Thomas Crowther believes that data is key to combating climate change. The British ecologist found out

    New design could make Internet from space even more efficient
  • A supersonic comeback

    WhatsApp Written by Jürgen Schönstein Photos by Boom Technology Illustration by Ryan Sanchez Read more March 26, 2020 Interview The Tree Counter Thomas Crowther believes that data is key to combating climate change. The British ecologist found out

    A supersonic comeback
  • New propulsion systems on the test bench

    processes. In a hangar near Denver, the fastest, privately-built jet ever built is taking shape. March 26, 2020 Interview The Tree Counter Thomas Crowther believes that data is key to combating climate change. The British ecologist found out

    New propulsion systems on the test bench
  • Swissloop is hovering on a wave of success

    processes. In a hangar near Denver, the fastest, privately-built jet ever built is taking shape. March 26, 2020 Interview The Tree Counter Thomas Crowther believes that data is key to combating climate change. The British ecologist found out

    Swissloop is hovering on a wave of success
  • 3D-printed cellulose skin sensor could monitor blood values

    40 times smaller than was previously possible. Such mini stents could one day be used in fetuses. December 12, 2019 Interview The man with the robotic arm Life without your right hand? Michael Fornasier from Switzerland was born this way. Thanks

    3D-printed cellulose skin sensor could monitor blood values