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Virtual babies could be the new Tamagotchi

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Experts are hoping virtual children will be fully accepted and embraced by 2070

In just 50 years time, people will be able to raise virtual babies in the metaverse.

Catriona Campbell is an A.I expert and writes in her new book that virtual babies are the way of the future, dubbing it the “Tamagotchi generation”.

“As the metaverse evolves, I can see virtual children becoming an accepted and fully embraced part of society in much of the developed world,” she says.

Parents will need augmented reality glasses and haptic gloves to see and feel their baby.

Virtual children will also have a digital memory allowing them to speak and respond to emotions.

It’s likely people will have to pay a monthly subscription fee to enjoy their virtual babies. 

This will allow people to choose when and how long they want to raise their digital child.

Some experts believe it could even prevent issues of over-population.

Katerina Kostakos contributed to this article.

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China set to conquer the EV market

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China is set to lead the EV market, and BYD is a key reason.

The Auto Report provides comprehensive insights of developments in the rapidly evolving world of mobility. The program delves into pertinent trends shaping the automotive landscape.

Hosted by esteemed industry figures Matt Hobbs, CEO of Motor Trades Association of Australia and Mike Costello of Cox Automotive.

In this episode, Mike & Matt are joined by Mark Harland, Chief Operating Officer at EVDirect. #auto report #trending

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Tariffs impact the global EV industry

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Exploring global EV strategies and impacts of recent tariffs placed upon the industry.

The Auto Report provides comprehensive insights of developments in the rapidly evolving world of mobility. The program delves into pertinent trends shaping the automotive landscape. Hosted by esteemed industry figures Matt Hobbs, CEO of Motor Trades Association of Australia and Mike Costello of Cox Automotive. #auto report

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Ferrari’s debut high-performance electric vehicle will be priced above $500,000

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Ferrari has unveiled details about its inaugural electric car, slated to be priced upwards of $500,000, as first reported by Reuters.

This announcement comes amidst growing global interest and competition in electric vehicles, with Ferrari aiming to blend its iconic design prowess with sustainable technology.

The Italian automaker, renowned for its high-performance sports cars, is expected to maintain its commitment to superior craftsmanship and engineering excellence in its electric offering.

Following the EV announcement, Ferrari also confirmed plans to establish a new manufacturing plant aimed at enhancing production flexibility and significantly reducing car development times.

Mike Costello from Cox Automotive joins to discuss the latest in EVs. #featured #trending

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