If humanity is good at one thing, it’s taking seemingly innocuous technological innovations and using them for evil.
The newest victim of our baser human instincts? 3-D printing, the snazziest reinvention of an office supply since the electric stapler, and now, according to a Vice documentary, our newest way to manufacture illegal guns and drugs. Read More
Industrial Revolution 2.0
The French Culinary Institute has got hold of a 3D printer that can print food.
It can only print through a syringe, meaning its creations all resemble dried ramen noodles, but chefs are using it to write with icing and create food in simple, stringy shapes. Any liquidy raw food can be used for printing. Read More
Ben Kaufman has been named one of the brightest entrepreneurs under thirty working in America today, yet he spends his days bringing other people’s projects to life.
Kaufman’s company, Quirky, crowdsources innovation — helping to design, market and manufacture a new product each week with the help of hundreds of contributors.
Today, Israeli Read More