Friday Weekly Tech Recap 1/6

I’m fascinated by lots of things, including new and cool technologies, advances in scientific research, and fun interactive experiences. I regularly tweet about stories that I find interesting. On Fridays I compile here the ones that have resonated most with my followers over the previous week.

Flyt Aerospace is working on building drones with enough lift to carry passengers:
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Japanese white-collar workers are already being replaced by artificial intelligence:
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Alarm.com’s new home security system deploys patrol drones when something’s amiss:
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Bosch will demo a system for using Ultrahaptics haptic feedback in cars at CES:
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ODG’s new augmented reality glasses are for normal people (with a lot of money):
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Chrysler’s Portal concept is a biometric autonomous EV car:
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Intel has invested in Here to create precise maps for autonomous cars:
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Nvidia showed off a self-driving supercomputer named Xavier at CES:
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Google is moving into augmented reality shopping with BMW and Gap partnerships:
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Truly immersive virtual reality is going to require haptic bodysuits:
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