The joke has been around almost as long as the dream: Nuclear fusion energy is 30 years away But now, more than 80 years after Australian physicist Mark Oliphant first observed deuterium atoms fusing and releasing dollops of energy, it may finally be time to update the punch line. Over the past several years, more than two dozen research groups—impressively staffed and well-funded startups, university programs, and corporate projects—have achieved eye-opening advances in controlled nuclear fusion. In Cambridge, Mass. And in Southern California, the startup TAE Technologies has issued a breathtakingly ambitious five-year timeline for commercialization of its fusion reactor.
Innovating with Immersive Reality – Engineering Design & Innovation Centre
Projects in this theme aim to develop novel applications of virtual reality and augmented reality to serve the unmet needs in industry verticals such as healthcare, education and entertainment. This project develops a novel AI conversational agent and hands tracking to allow orthopedic residents to use natural language to interact with the virtual patient and bare hands to execute physical examination. Basic Cardiac Life Support training is essential for all medical staff and actively promoted to the general public. However, the training is manpower intensive and has limited availability to the public.
General Stanley McChrystal Separates Myth From Reality In Leadership
Perceptual time is a critical aspect of how humans and probably animals too perceive the world. It underlies general intelligence, particularly where that general intelligence is about interacting with the world on an everyday basis. We discuss what is meant by the perceptual instant, and how this may be important for artificial and real general intelligence. Lastly, we briefly discuss how perceptual time might be included in an artificial system which might display general intelligence.
Since then, he has been busy. He has built a thriving consulting firm, The McChrystal Group, which focuses on leadership consulting. He has lectured at Yale University.