Artificial Intelligence VS Human Being

Katt GuBlog, Innovation Comments

Recently, the battle between Google AlphaGo and Lee Sedol, a professional Go player from South Korea, has again led to a heated discussion with regard to artificial intelligence. Who is the Super Brain? The human, or the machine? Many people have such questions in mind. In my opinion, whether the winner is AlphaGo or Lee Sedol, the ultimate winner is … Read More

How Giant Fans are turning harmful CO2 into Useful Fuel

Katt GuInnovation, Planet Comments

Carbon dioxide is destroying the planet. Okay, I know that you think I am talking crazy. Carbon dioxide is naturally present in the ecosystem as part of the Earth’s carbon cycle, which can be simplified into two steps: humans and animals breathe in oxygen from the air and breathe out carbon dioxide as a product of cellular respiration. plants take … Read More

Roadway for the future – Solar Roadways

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Solar power has truly hit the mainstream – jackets, vehicles, electronics, etc., everything can be solar powered. So how about roads? What if we can use the space to generate electricity to reduce the use of fossil fuels? Isn’t it a perfect combination? Indeed, solar panel road is no longer a concept now – the idea has already been realized … Read More

How serious is climate change? Interview with Andrew Weaver

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Our today’s guest is Andrew Weaver, a Canadian climate scientist and the leader of the Green Party of British Columbia. As the lead author in the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel  on Climate Change 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th scientific assessments, Andrew will talk about the challenges of climate change faced by current society and how the community as a whole can … Read More

10 Gift Ideas for the Holidays that are both Chic and Eco-friendly

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Nowadays, people around the world are talking about ‘going green’ constantly, and most are willing to and striving to be more environmentally conscious through an eco-friendly lifestyle choice. However, when it comes to your green-minded family members, friends, and co-workers what should be the best gift for them on their birthday, at Christmas and other holidays? Eco-friendly gift ideas may … Read More

Eat Our Way Out of Plastic Problem with Bakey’s Edible Spoons

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The plastic waste is filing our land and contaminating earth – In the U.S., 40 billions of plastic utensils are thrown away after single use each year. As most plastic utensils are non-biodegradable and non-recyclable, it means that the plastic forks, knives or spoons that are usually seen in takeout food or office parties can sit in the landfill fore … Read More

20 Good Deed Ideas You Can Do Today

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Everyone wants to do good – whether it’s for ourselves or for family members, friends, the environment, or the whole society at large – because we, as humans, are born with love and care in our hearts. We all have the ability to do some good deeds. A Good deed carries a double punch and they cannot only bring positive … Read More

“Trashed”: Do you Know where your Garbage Ends up?

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Directed by Candida Brady and starring Academy Award winner Jeremy Irons, Trashed depicts a vivid picture of the truth of our current consumption-centered, throwaway culture. Through interviews with scientists, researchers, politicians and local communities, the documentary reveals the appalling consequences  the way in which we dispose of garbage has on nature and human society – including groundwater and land pollution, … Read More

Try New Ways of Cooking with GoSun Stove: An Interview with Patrick Sherwin

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GoSun Stove

As the whole world are taking steps to build a sustainable future, solar power, a major player in the renewable energy portfolio, is getting into every aspect of our lives – solar panels, solar cars, solar watches… Now, you can even make meals only with sunlight, with the practical, highly efficient solar cooker, GoSun Stove, thanks to its inventor, Patrick … Read More

15 World Changing Speeches of All Time

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Throughout the centuries, great orators have been using speeches to reaffirm beliefs, provoke thought and inspire people. From Jesus Christ to Martin Luther King Jr; from Abraham Lincoln to Franklin D. Roosevelt, we’ve selected 15 speeches that have lifted people from the darkness and shaped the progress of human history. 1. 1775: “Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death” by … Read More

Top 10 Best Buildings in World Architecture Festival 2016

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Best Buildings-Butterfly-Pavilion

The World Architecture Festival has revealed the shortlist for the best buildings awards. As the world’s largest architectural awards program, the shortlist features 343 projects from 58 countries across 32 categories – from Messner Mountain Museum Corones in Italy to the BBVA Bancomer headquarters in Mexico City, the nominees includes completed and future projects from every corner of the world. … Read More

California Hits New Record in Solar Power Production (Again!)

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As a national leader on renewable energy, California has created a new history in the use of solar power, thanks to the triple-digit heat wave in the last few weeks – according to the calculation by San Francisco Chronicle, the Golden State’s solar power plants generated enough electricity for more than 6 million homes on July 12th, 2016. The figures … Read More

Top 10 World Changing TED Talks

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The TED Talks nonprofit stands for technology, entertainment, and design has hosted thousands of speakers around the world since its foundation on 1984 to share their ideas on education, humanity, marketing, science, etc. The conferences cover all topics you can imagine, and the speakers range from Google founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin to two little Indonesian girls living in … Read More

The Great Barrier Reef: What You Need to Know About Coral Bleaching

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Stretching over 2,300 kilometers along the Queensland coastline, Australia’s iconic Great Barrier Reef – the largest coral reef system in the world – is at stake. According to a report from Australia’s National Coral Bleaching Task Force, which has just completed an aerial survey of the more than 500 individual reefs from Cairns north to Papua New Guinea, 95% of coral … Read More