singularity

We’ve got great news if you’re in love with your phone ― the technological singularity will happen sometime in the next thirty
We've got the news blues.
Over the past two years, the festival -- the first and premier event of its kind -- has featured the most envelope-pushing virtual and augmented reality narratives in the world, and with over 30 pieces on display, this weekend is set to be the most exciting yet.
Let's face it: Love it or hate it, exercise is good for our brains. Feeling stressed? Hit the trails: running boosts the
But beyond those three goals, there are three other strategies that I am pursuing at full speed. 3) A third major goal of
Last year, I wrote that 2014 was a great year for the transhumanism movement. But 2015 was simply incredible -- it might end up being called a breakout year.
Once we're cyborgs, he says, we'll be funnier, sexier and more loving.
We humans tend to think of ourselves as special, the culmination of the evolutionary tree. But that hardly seems credible to an astronomer, aware that although our Sun formed 4.5 billion years ago, it is barely in middle age. Should we regret our eventual obsolescence or try to prevent it -- to rage, rage against the dying of the mites, as it were?
An interview with philosopher Peter Sloterdijk.
Sometimes I am shadowboxing with a powerful opponent that I can't see, feel or understand. It is a mindless and undeterable attitude that reacts to me automatically based on a set of data I don't know and that has no interest in my unique perspective.