They seem to be everywhere: electric bikes of all shapes and sizes speeding along roads, bike lanes, and shared pedestrian pathways. Some look like regular bikes, some like small motorcycles, and still others appear as strange contraptions with pedals, handlebars, and enormous cargo platforms in front or back that are designed to carry children, groceries, and packages.
“Can they become like us? Can an Artificial Intelligence [AI] learn to love?” These are the kinds of questions that interest John M. Campbell, Central Park resident and science fiction author.
“Why do we flush our toilets with perfectly good drinking water? It doesn’t make any sense,” says John Bell, Chief Commercial Officer of Greyter Water Systems.
Until recently, most Americans seemed to think of electric vehicles (EVs) as something out there in the future. But as sports fans watched Will Ferrell attempt a Norway trip to see all the EVs in that country, the point of the Super Bowl ad was clear—EVs are not futurist anymore, they’re everyday American cars.
The original Space Odyssey, opened in 2003, has been expanded and updated to include the new tools used by science and aerospace professionals.
This month: 1) Target and Five Other Tenants Announced for the Exchange at Boulevard One in Lowry; 2) Stanley Virtual Reality Installation; 3) The Future of Park Hill Golf Course; and 4) Covid: New Technology, Masks & “Shrink Your Bubble”
On Sunday, Oct. 25, the Colorado Exposure Notifications App will go live. Your privacy is protected, but by activating the app, you can learn if you’ve potentially been exposed to Covid-19. View an explanatory powerpoint by the Colorado Dept of Health and Environment.
Covid-19 Colorado outbreak map and upcoming app will show if you’ve been near confirmed cases.
“For 30 years we’ve been talking about tele-medicine and thinking around the edges, but there’ve been policy barriers to really doing it on a broad scale, and Medicare and Medicaid pay only for very limited things; this pandemic really opened the floodgates to tele-health and tele-medicine, and we’ve learned very quickly how to scale this work up.”
Mile-high seniors are flocking to a program called Senior Planet that offers new opportunities through technology.