It doesn’t take much of a stretch of the imagination to envision robot housekeeping staff sometime in the far future, but automatons staffing the front desk in 2017?
Unlike Richard Attenborough’s character in Jurassic Park, Harvard geneticist George Church plans to de-extinct woolly mammoth’s, not dinosaurs. He says his team is just two years away from developing a hybrid embryo.
Dr. Read Montague, of Virginia Tech, used functional magnetic resonance imaging to determine whether subjects ‘knowingly committed a crime.” But the technique is not yet admissible in court.
Is it just more convenient or can it ultimately mean less privacy? Cyber experts are looking at smartphones that actually recognize you.
The Mars 2117 Project is part of a larger 100-year plan intended to entrench a passion for space in the United Arab Emirates.
The recreation was made recently by 3-D printing. The actual artifact was discovered in the 1760s.
If ‘electronic persons’ are given human rights, does that mean they’d be entitled to a minimum wage and could form labor unions? If so, automation may not make economic sense to employers in the future.
More science fiction becomes reality. Think of it as a cross between the sonic screwdriver of ‘Doctor Who’ and the tractor beam of ‘Star Trek.’
It turns out a technology developed by skin care company Skincential Sciences can be used for DNA collection. So restoring the glow of a youthful complexion may compromise your privacy.
34 employees at Fukoku Mutual Life in Japan have been calculating payouts to policyholders. Soon they will be replaced by IBM’s Watson Explorer.
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