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Global Research: Whistling as a Language, Earth’s MegaCities and Hydrogen Fuel Cell Cars

August 14, 2017

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Human advancements have been catalogued at an increasingly accelerated rate since the advent of the net and distributed and mobile computing. Global communications systems allow researchers to collaborate and share information or development tools more rapidly to create the technologies of the future. Consumer adoption also happens quicker and technology succeeds and (importantly) fails faster. […]

Asimov’s Laws of Robotics: Creating Safe Robots for the Age of Artificial Intelligence

June 10, 2017

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Science fiction writer and biochemist Isaac Asimov wrote extensively about robotic technology in his short stories and novels, but it was his three laws of robotics that many believe are his greatest contribution. To make robots and artificial intelligence that would do no harm to human beings, Asimov devised his three simple laws of robotics […]

Forget Flying Cars because Passenger Drones are the Future of Air Travel

January 29, 2017

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In the July 1924 issue of Popular Science, “Ace of Aces” fighter pilot E.V. Rickenbacker told readers to expect “Flying Autos in 20 Years.” Rickenbacker’s flying car would have retractable 12.5-foot wings, a sea-worthy hull and wheels to cruise America’s growing network of highways. Ninety-three years later, personal cars remain land-bound. Read More via Forget flying […]

Impressive – SpaceX lands its Falcon 9 Rocket on a Drone Ship

January 15, 2017

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SpaceX successfully recovered its first stage Falcon 9 rocket during a launch on Saturday, marking the 7th rocket recovered overall, and the first one for this drone landing barge

Spectrum Vega+ is No Throwback to 48K Glory, It’s a Play Anywhere Console with 1,000s of Available Games

December 9, 2016

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Any child in the early 80s will be able to recount the joy of Sinclair’s ZX Spectrum computer. Now the Spectrum is born again with Sir Clive’s Vega Plus project. Sinclair’s ZX Spectrum was a revolutionary step forward in home microcomputing on its release in 1982. Building on the success of Sinclair’s own basic black […]

Forget wearables. In the future, your clothes will connect to the internet — Quartz

November 20, 2016

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Imagine you’ve just purchased a new jacket from your favorite brand. You put it on for the first time, and scan a tag embedded in the sleeve with your phone. A menu of options pops up. You can find information about the jacket’s design, how the brand selected only sustainable materials, and details on the… via […]

App platform Kinetise aims to bring app building to the enterprise — TechCrunch

September 11, 2016

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Kinetise, an app building platform and Disrupt hackathon favorite, aims to democratize the the the process of creating native mobile apps for iOS and Android in the enterprise. Using a drag-and-drop interface, the system essentially lets you build and deploy native apps, visually. In this way, non-developers are able to create and deploy mobile apps.…

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