AI (Artificial Intelligence) has been the forefront of innovation when it comes to technology and convenience. How will that impact jobs in the future? Speaking of technology, NASA will soon use drones as a means to explore planets, where they've only used wheeled rovers before! Back on Earth, scientists studied the world's fastest ants -- how many steps can they take per second? Find out in our latest Tech News 4 Kids newsletter! Join our classes to learn all about the latest technologies — coding, artificial intelligence, and more.
AI has changed how we do everyday things, like picking what movies to watch, what to buy, or how we go to places. However, this convenience might come at a price, though it's not all bad. What does this mean for our future? Check out these 5 predictions here!
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We've used wheeled rovers to explore the surfaces of planets such as Titan, Saturn’s largest moon, as our main source of knowledge. However, it looks like NASA scientists are hoping to use drones to capture aerial views for the first time! Find out when we can expect to see these photos, and how it will all work, here.
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47-steps-a-second-fast! That's right, these Saharan silver ants take 47 steps in one second. They do so to remain cool, as they live in the Sahara Desert, which is definitely a little bit hot. What did scientists learn from these speedy critters? Find out here!