David Silverberg

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The Tires of the Future Are Filled With Lots of Data and Little Air

Let's reinvent the wheel.
David Silverberg
7.5.18
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MIT Is Pioneering an ‘Autonomous Bicycle’ and It’s Not Just For Lazy Cyclists

Can an autonomous bike usher in a new era of driverless vehicles?
David Silverberg
1.12.18
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Researchers Are Using Tweets to Identify Transit Snarls  

AI and social media could make your commute through the city smoother.
David Silverberg
12.14.17
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What It’s Like Inside an Office Space Designed by AI

Designers used artificial intelligence to understand the needs of those who'd be working there.
David Silverberg
9.6.17
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Bricklaying Robots And Exoskeletons Are the Future of the Construction Industry

One of the most digitally conservative industries is opening to robotics.
David Silverberg
8.21.17
Sponsored by Corolla iM

3D Printing Will Make the Construction Industry More Sustainable

It could help with housing affordability, too.
David Silverberg
7.13.17
Sponsored by Corolla iM

We Were Promised Dome Homes

Inside the small, dedicated community of people who live in dome-shaped dwellings.
David Silverberg
7.7.17

The Peculiar Struggle of Toronto's Kosher Restaurants

Despite the city now hosting more kosher restaurants than ever, some still strain to attract Orthodox Jewish customers as Toronto competes with kosher eating hubs like New York City.
David Silverberg
7.6.17
Sponsored by Corolla iM

What to Expect From the Future of Server Farm Design

Imagine server playgrounds, swimming pools, and shopping malls.
David Silverberg
6.20.17
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This Filmmaker Installed a Video Camera Into His Right Eye Socket

A gun accident left Rob Spence blind in one eye as a kid. So he put a working camera there.
David Silverberg
6.13.17
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Seasonal Affective Disorder Might Not Be A Real Thing, Some Researchers Say

About six percent of the US population reports suffering from SAD.
David Silverberg
1.1.17
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Facebook’s DNA Detectives Are Helping Adoptees Find Their Birth Parents

The group has over 24,000 members. Many are looking for answers.
David Silverberg
10.10.16
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