Each week Nikolas Badminton, Futurist Speaker, summarizes the top-5 future looking developments and news\u00a0items that I find to be inspiring, interesting, concerning, or downright strange. Each day I read through dozens of blogs and news websites to find those things that we should be aware of.Top-5 Futures for November 6th \u2013 Facebook’s Unbelievable AI\u00a0talks about Facebook’s Artificial Intelligence, CRISPR, mobile medical, cyborgs and cryogenics.Facebook Em – Unbelievable\u00a0Artificial IntelligenceYann LeCun is Facebook’s Director of AI Research and in this video he shows an incredible AI that analyses imagery.https:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?v=U_Wgc1JOsBk CRISPR Gene Editing to Be Tested on People by 2017The biotechnology startup Editas Medicine intends to begin tests of a powerful new form of gene repair in humans within two years.Speaking this week at the EmTech conference in Cambridge, Massachusetts, Editas CEO Katrine Bosley said the company hopes to start a clinical trial in 2017 to treat a rare form of blindness using CRISPR, a groundbreaking gene-editing technology.If Editas\u2019s plans move forward, the study would likely be the first to use CRISPR to edit the DNA of a person. Here is a video outlining what CRISPR is:Via MIT Technology ReviewMobileODT diagnoses cervical cancer with a smartphone and a 3D printed caseFighting cancer with your smartphone? That is exactly what an initiative by Israeli startup MobileODT is trying to do. With the help of a 3D printed accessory called the Mobile Colposcope, MobileODT has developed a method for making \u2018cervix selfies\u2019, magnified photos of a cervix that enable doctors to easily detect and prevent the development of cervical cancer. It\u2019s a simple and affordable initiative that will enable doctors to save the lives of hundreds of thousands of patients across the developing world, where other diagnostic tools cannot be afforded.Via 3Ders.orgReddit, Conde Nast Launch \u2018Cyborg Nation\u2019 Documentary SeriesConde Nast Entertainment and Reddit are launching six-part documentary series \u201cCyborg Nation,\u201d exploring the bleeding\u00a0edge of\u00a0human-technology interfaces, in the discussion community site\u2019s\u00a0first entertainment deal.The\u00a0series is\u00a0slated to premiere Wednesday\u00a0on Wired\u2019s\u00a0channel on The Scene,\u00a0CN\u00c9\u2019s\u00a0digital video hub. Each\u00a0episode, about 5 minutes in length, is\u00a0hosted by Derek Muller, creator of the YouTube Veritasium science channel.Topics for \u201cCyborg Nation,\u201d including profiles of bionic-legged\u00a0rock climber Hugh Herr and SynTouch, the first company to produce a mechanical sensor that replicates human touch\u00a0(pictured above), were recommended by members of the\u00a0r\/Futurology subreddit, according to\u00a0Alexis Ohanian, Reddit\u2019s co-founder and executive chairman. Via Variety‘New’, a Movie About a Future With CryogenicsAn elderly couple, revived from cryonic preservation, face the joys and challenges of a second life in the distant future. “Critic’s Award for Excellence” for Best Short Film at FilmFest Twain Harte, 2014. Starring Jared Abrahamson, Joslyn Jensen, and Jennifer Lafleur. Written and directed by John Harden. For more information, please visit NewTheMovie.com.r96See the last 4 week\u2019s Top-5 Futures here:Top-5 Futures for October 30th \u2013 Stop Eating BaconTop-5 Futures for October 23rd \u2013 Humans in 1000 YearsTop-5 Futures for October 16th \u2013 Bikinis and Killer Mosquito SwarmsTop-5 Futures for October 9th \u2013 The Future of Wearables***Nikolas Badminton is a world-respected futurist speaker that researches, speaks, and writes about the future of work, how technology is affecting the workplace, how workers are adapting, the sharing economy, and how the world is evolving. He appears at conferences in Canada, USA, UK, and Europe.\u00a0Email him to book him for your radio, TV show, or conference.