Arriving On Land In Antarctica – Hand Luggage Only

The next day in Antarctica – still buzzing from having sailed not just to Antarctica but far south into the Antarctica circle – a feat no other sailing all season had done – we got up super early and super excited, and super eager to explore even more of the frozen continent. Also, since we had done the Drake Passage crossing, this meant that we could stop taking our sea sickness tablets. To be honest, I don’t think we really needed them as much as we were lucky to have…

Daily Crunch: Secret startup Image has released the first photos of its all-purpose humanoid robot

To get TechCrunch’s biggest and most important stories delivered to your inbox every day at 3pm PST; Register here. Well, friends! Nice to spend some time with you again. Come spend some time with our well-crafted words and scary words. It is the service we provide. – Christine And came TechCrunch’s Top 3 My friends call me Murphy; You call me an imageIt’s “iRobot” that comes to life: The first pictures of a humanoid robot come out of hiding. Brian Reports. The robots are currently being tested in warehousing, manufacturing…

Indent Raises $8.1M Funding for AI-Powered Customer Video Evaluation Tool

According to a recent report, 92.4% of consumers use reviews when deciding to buy products. It is understandable. Before purchasing a product online, they want confidence in their purchasing choices. It’s called a Seoul-based startup enter It wants to help e-commerce merchants find these consumers with video reviews and product ratings, helping sales by providing this same valuable customer feedback. The video review marketing tool is called VREVIEW and it works by sending a chatbot to merchant customers to collect video reviews and product ratings. The merchants can upload these…

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11 Very Best Things To Do In San Sebastian, Spain – Hand Luggage Only

Nestled on the Basque Country’s gorgeous shoreline in Spain, San Sebastian is not only a foodie haven but also totally beautiful too! There are so many incredible and best things to do in San Sebastian that you’ll be spoilt for choice. Especially with all the Pintxos. Yum! We had an amazing time exploring the best places in the Basque Country. After exploring the bigger city of Bilbao, we ventured over to San Sebastian; and boy it was amazing! So, to help you organise your trip to Gipuzkoa and specifically San…

To fix the climate, these 10 investors play the house on the ocean

Climate change is a problem. It is important and vital that investors begin to understand the opportunities that arise when trying to solve the problem. Now, they’re starting to cast their net wider for other, nearby opportunities. The technology used to protect the oceans seems to be one of the opportunities when it is used to replace old and harmful methods of energy production and food. In fact, when we asked 10 investors in the sector to share their thoughts on the space, we quickly learned that as climate change…

10 Best Things to Do in Halifax, Nova Scotia – Hand Luggage Only

The city of Halifax is gorgeous to visit; and in lots of ways is the gateway to exploring Nova Scotia’s beautiful places. That being said, it’s also got a charm and history that’s totally worth spending a few days exploring. This is especially true with all the best things to do in Halifax that are easy to reach on foot. Not only that, the city is a totally great base if you’re wanting to explore some of the eastern Nova Scotian shorelines on day trips, too. We loved popping over…

The secret vehicle at the heart of Tesla’s new master plan

About four hours During Tesla’s marathon investor day, someone in the audience tried again to bring up Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla (and Twitter and SpaceX) to this day. From a stage at the Gigafactory in Austin, Texas, Musk announced an ambitious “Master Plan 3” to save the world. For a production investment of 10 trillion dollars, the world can move to a mass renewable electricity grid, electric cars, planes and ships. “Earth can and will transition to a sustainable energy economy, and it will do so in a…

Instacart’s Q4 results impressed. Are they enough to push for an IPO?

The most famous unicorns They are getting healthy around the world, showing that losses can be minimized while posting growth. They are living experiments when it comes to corporations that lean without cutting muscle. European fintech giant Klarna is working ahead of an IPO with a valuation reset and a change in investor priorities. The startup world is still consolidating, the only private tech company that is adjusting its valuations to meet the new valuation reality and working to grow its revenue and profitability. The exchange examines startups, markets and…

America’s technological dominance is not what it used to be.

So with all Swallowed by silver-tongued AI chatbots, it’s easy to forget that most of the flashy breakthroughs in science and technology are based on new algorithms, different computer architectures, and novel silicon chips in the fundamentals of computing. Since the early days of computing, the US has largely dominated these areas of innovation. But according to a new report by academics who study the development of computer science, the US’s lead in advanced computing has declined significantly over the past five years – especially when measured against China. It…