NewSpace

Great Read by Rodrigo Villa about the future space industries and opportunities. Don't miss it! H.

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Darran Anderson: “We need architecture that is more than just green”

Darran Anderson: "We need architecture that is more than just green" — Read on http://www.dezeen.com/2019/01/23/darran-anderson-opinion-modular-adaptive-architecture-environment-anthropocene/amp/ Via dezeen

Here’s a JOIN between Tech and Humanities: AI Helps Amputees Walk With a Robotic Knee

Computer algorithms help prosthetics wearers walk within minutes rather than requiring hours of training Source: AI Helps Amputees Walk With a Robotic Knee

About The Atmos

The Atmos... timeless things, you could have one of this objects forever... they are perhaps amongst de most sustainable things on earth... best investment you’ll ever have. There’s nothing disposable about those things. Marc Newson Hodinkee podcast: https://itunes.apple.com/mx/podcast/hodinkee-radio/id1412458259?l=en&mt=2&i=1000428126324

Chris Hauth about endurance training (Rich Roll podcast)

"that daily check-in with yourself, when you spend some time with yourself, 45 minutes, 30 minutes, an hour and a half a day, over a week... that adds up to 78 hours where you are truly within yourself, your own breathing, your own heart rate, feeling your body move, elevating your heart rate by aerobic … Continue reading Chris Hauth about endurance training (Rich Roll podcast)

Mechanical Watches

(from an original post I did in LinkedIn) Art, high-engineering, handcrafted, contemplation, meditation, beauty... are some words and actions we need to look up for in a digital world. Mechanical watch-making and watches are one of the best reminders (and wearable!) of certain values we need to keep in a constant, fast consumption, disposable, digital, … Continue reading Mechanical Watches

System One – IBM Q – Quantum Computing

IBM Q's latest innovation is IBM Q System One, the world’s first integrated quantum computing system. Learn about how we designed and built the system—and why it matters for science and business. — Read on http://www.research.ibm.com/ibm-q/system-one/