Paul Carroll, Editor-in-Chief of ITL
The MIT Technology Review’s list of technologies to watch is always intriguing, and this year it’s even more portentous than normal.
The list begins with developments in messenger RNA, which has not only delivered vaccines against COVID-19 but which may allow for other breakthrough vaccines, including against malaria and HIV, and may even create novel treatments for such killers as heart attacks and cancer.
The Review also describes two developments in AI that will greatly broaden its capabilities, plus a potentially much more precise version of GPS, among several other things.
Many, if they pan out, would ripple through society and, thus, through the world of insurance. Let’s have a look… continue reading >