Our world would become an increasingly ugly place, one defined by a scramble over limited resources and a rejection of anyone outside of our immediate group. By Rachel Nuwer. BBC Future.
Marshall McLuhan in Two Minutes: A Brief Animated Introduction to the 1960s Media Theorist Who Predicted Our Present. :: By Colin Marshall / http://www.openculture.com
Soon every mistake you’ve ever made online will not only be available to your internet service provider (ISP) — it will be available to any corporation or foreign government who wants to see [...]
In a Stanford-led research report, three participants with movement impairment controlled an onscreen cursor simply by imagining their own hand movements. :: Source: Bruce Goldman for Stanford [...]
How do you know you’re real? Is existence all just a big dream? Has some mad scientist duped us into simply believing that we exist? :: By James Zucker :: Source: TEDEd
A humble roundworm is leading the race in artificial intelligence, showing that it may be possible one day to upload our brains to a computer.
By Peter Shadbolt, for CNN
By Darrell Etherington :: Source: techcrunch.com
Thanks to a function of their search software, Google could have years worth of your conversations recorded, and you can hear it for yourself. :: By Matt Agorist :: Source: thefreethoughtproject
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