singularity

We’ve got great news if you’re in love with your phone ― the technological singularity will happen sometime in the next thirty
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.
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.
The military was excited about these for many more reasons though: smart mines can hop and sense, and therefore the government could argue they're not land mines, they're smart robots. That means they aren't subject to the international anti-personnel landmine treaties. And since they can move, they're much harder to find and disarm. Great for war. Not so great for cleaning up after war.
Right now, we're in a Jane Austen golden age - a brief window of history in which we have the time and resources to form good marriages (or marriage-like arrangements) and before the science fiction future makes relationships fantastically baroque.