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If you want to know how the global regulation of artificial intelligence might shape up in the coming years, best look to Berlin.

Will AI and blockchain also show twice the value combined together?

The Stanford University Institute for Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence is calling for the U.S. government to make a $120 billion investment in the nation’s AI ecosystem over the course of the next 10 years.

Digitalization requires a workplace with modern equipment. As the study "The digital workplace in Swiss companies" by MSM Research shows, the fixed workplace is becoming less and less important. Cloud services are regarded as the actual enablers for the next digital evolutionary stage.

A team of scientists at Japan’s National Defense Medical College has created artificial blood that could be used in any patient, regardless of their blood type. If it moves into human trials, it could revolutionize trauma medicine.

A French man was able to regain control over all four of his paralyzed limbs thanks to a mind-controlled exoskeleton suit.

Space food is notoriously lackluster, but new technology is slowly revolutionizing the way astronauts eat. Whereas the first astronauts in space squeezed their meals from toothpaste-like tubes, today's astronauts chow down on ice cream and fresh fruit and season their meals with liquid salt and pepper.

The canton of Geneva wants to have drones developed for patient transport. A drone ambulance will transport up to 10,000 patients between the University Hospitals of Geneva (HUG) and Trois-Chênes Hospital. Until 2025 a prototype could glide through the air.

Every day, tens of trillions of cells in our bodies work in unison to keep us alive. Now, an ambitious new project coordinated by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) has set out to help map each of those cells and to track how they cooperate to keep the human body running.

We are in the early stages of a massive technological change that is affecting all industries. Will automation also cost workstations? The fear of losing one's job and thus of financial and emotional stability is one of the great fears of our time.

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