From a purely technical point of view, we are quite well advanced in bionics. We are getting a lot of progress, better computer technologies, better battery powers. But our benchmark is the performance of healthy people. And from that point of view, we are still far away, says Robert Riener in conversation with Maciej Chojnowski
For us, it’s not only the matter of technical but also mental innovations. It’s about a new approach. This is our motto. Justyna Orłowska and Anotni Rytel, GovTech Polska, in conversation with Maciej Chojnowski
The thing that makes people attracted to transhumanism is often the longing for their loved ones or the fear to lose them, says Ada Florentyna Pawlak in conversation with Monika Redzisz.
It’s capable of tracking down scammers and defrauders, testing traditional models and verifying your identity, but can it decide about your loan? Mariusz Cholewa, PhD, the President of the Polish Credit Bureau (BIK), on artificial intelligence in the financial sector, in conversation with Tomasz Jurczak
Technology shouldn’t take anything away from us, make us lazy or dependent on it. Instead, it should be our motivation to act and to develop good habits, says Konrad Maj, PhD, a social psychologist from the SWPS University of Social Sciences and Humanities, in conversation with Monika Redzisz.
He wasn’t even 20. He was self-taught in robotics, he didn’t speak Polish and he didn’t know our country or anyone living here… But he had an idea for a cheap prosthesis and its prototype. And he knew how to pass on his passion to others. He left India and came to Poznan.
It’s a turning point. Medicine can be personalized and the costs of treatment can be reduced… Technology solutions may support doctors and help them to improve their efficiency, says Marcin Sieniek from Google Health in conversation with Monika Redzisz
Jan Chorowski, a man who is training artificial intelligence with the use of logbooks kept by the captains of the 17th century Dutch fleet, in conversation with Monika Redzisz.
American infant simulators help traumatised Polish youths learn to be parents.