Best Tech Stories around the web #264

This week: A sensor printed on the skin capable of measuring data on your health, Tesla is set to roll out 'Full Self-Driving' beta to a small number of drivers next week, a TED conference about "Art in the age of machine intelligence" and Airbus has been chosen to design and build Earth Return Orbiter (ERO) for Mars sample return (MSR) campaign.


These biometric tech sensors can be printed directly onto human skin by

Researchers from China and the US have developed a way to print sensors directly on human skin at room temperature. The process works by using a novel layer to help the metallic components of the sensor bond, allowing it to be placed directly on human skin. The sensors could provide a more precise and comfortable alternative to wearable tech. Read more


Elon Musk announces Tesla is set to roll out 'Full Self-Driving' beta to a small number of drivers next week that will make vehicles semi-autonomous by

The upgrade is set to be released Tuesday, October 20 and provides access to specific features for highway assistance and automatic traffic light and stop sign control. Read more


Art in the age of machine intelligence by

What does it look like inside the mind of a machine? Inspired by the architectural vision of a futuristic Los Angeles in "Blade Runner," media artist Refik Anadol melds art with artificial intelligence in his studio's collaborations with architects, data scientists, neuroscientists, musicians and more. Witness otherworldly installations that might make you rethink the future of tech and creativity. Read more


A new decade of European exploration – to the Moon and Mars by

Airbus to design and build the Earth Return Orbiter (ERO) for Mars Sample Return (MSR) campaign. ERO will reach Mars orbit, capture orbiting samples launched from the Red Planet and bring them back to Earth. Read more