A Two-Way Radio Made of DNA – Plus, Nanocrystals and Semiconductors That Repair Themselves
Ric Edelman: Do you have any doubts that innovation and technology are going to be changing every aspect of life on our planet? Take a look at these new innovations coming from the field of technology. Researchers in Canada have created a two way radio made of DNA. It can monitor the motions of proteins. It's a nano antenna that receives light in one color and transmits light back in another color that researchers can monitor, depending on the protein movement that it senses. This will lead to new discoveries in biochemistry and medicine, enabling us to tackle such diseases as cancer and intestinal inflammation.
Scientists at the Israel Institute of Technology have developed nanocrystals, semiconductors that can repair themselves. They can be used in solar panels and electronic devices. Imagine if your phone breaks, it'll repair itself. Wait till that comes on the market. Bank of America is now using A.I. to predict how much cash you're likely to withdraw and when. This lets the bank anticipate how much cash it needs to keep on hand in branches and ATM machines. The innovations being created in the field of exponential technologies. I talk about all of it in my book, The Truth About Your Future.