The PowerInbox team floods our Slack channels with a ton of interesting, random, funny, and feel-good content. Here is a brief overview of some January highlights. Enjoy!
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Sting and Shaggy recently got together in the NPR Music office for a pretty awesome jam session.
Vanguard Industries created an AI pet robot called Moflin. The “creature” has the ability to learn, and it’s emotions can evolve like that of a living animal! Are you allergic to cats or dogs? Do you want a pet that requires no cleanup but still makes you feel needed and loved? Moflin might be for you… Check it out:
Boncuk (pronounced: Bon-DJUK) is a loving pupper and very good gurl! She has been sitting outside a hospital in Turkey for days, waiting for her owner to finish receiving medical treatment. See more photos of her, and read the full article, here.
Do you ever worry about cars actually stopping when you’re crossing the street? Well, this cool invention can help relieve those fears. This pedestrian crossing literally pops up out of the ground to make sure drivers stop to let people cross the road.
Boston Dynamics showed off four of its robots dancing to The Contours’ song “Do you love me.” The dance was fully choreographed and let’s just say — it’s pretty awesome. Check it out, below.
Many vegetarian-wannabe-carnivores are excited about saving animal lives with lab-grown meat. But, where are the people fighting for the lives of trees and forests? Well, turns out that they’re out there, and they’re also growing wood in a lab. Here’s to a healthy planet! Read the article here, to learn more (and to find out what the image below is)!
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