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A Virtual Playground Lets AI Practice Complex Tasks And Chores
As the classic saying goes, “if you want to make a chore-bot, you’ll need to crack some plates.” The old adage encapsulates a major problem facing those ...
We Can Now Make Super Accurate 3D Printed Models of Patients’ Brains
It all started when a PhD student got a brain tumor. Brian Keating, who was earning his doctorate from MIT’s Media Lab’s Mediated Matter group, wanted a ...
7 Futuristic Things To Do With Your Body When You Die
This Filter Makes Your Photos Indecipherable to Facial Recognition Software
A surprising number of people, from social media platforms to police surveillance systems, are very interested in what you look like. That means companies are ...
This Week in Tech: May 26 – June 1, 2018
Smart Roads, Cooking Automation, Robot Nerves, and More The post This Week in Tech: May 26 – June 1, 2018 appeared first on Futurism .
Despite Employee Protest, Google Plans to Continue Developing Military Tech
It looks like the seemingly-never-ending fiasco over Google’s involvement with the Pentagon’s Project Maven isn’t going away any time soon. Internal ...
Uganda Is Taxing WhatsApp and Facebook, Because Users “Gossip”
Screaming unpopular opinions into the void is one of the great joys of the internet. But in some parts of the globe, that is a privilege that can be ...
The Newly-Passed Right To Try Act Is Redundant And Risky
On Wednesday, President Trump signed the Right to Try Act, a law that allows people with terminal illnesses to try out experimental medications not yet ...
There’s Now A Religion Based On the Blockchain. Yes, Really.
Ever talk to a cryptocurrency aficionado and wonder, perhaps, if they had joined a new cult? Well they really might have: there’s now a religion built on ...
A “Smart” License Plate: To Buy or Not to Buy?
Language-Policing AI Will Suggest A Polite Alternative to Online Hate Speech
It’s an oft-repeated phrase among journalists: never read the comments. Comment sections, from Twitter to Reddit and everything in between, are some of the ...
Facebook Accused of Giving Users’ Personal Data To Every Major Device Maker
Here’s a short list of all the companies that might have gotten their hands on your very intimate Facebook data without your knowledge: Global Science ...
The DoE May Bail Out Failing Coal Plants in the Name of National Security
Despite Recent Success, SpaceX Announces Delays to Its Space Tourism Program
Have an excessive amount of expendable income? Not sure what space-related thing to spend it on? If you were planning on investing in an off-world trip with ...
Some Breast Cancer Patients Can Skip Chemo Thanks To New Genetic Insight
A new class of patients could soon be treated for breast cancer, no chemotherapy required. That’s because they don’t really benefit from it, according to ...
Apple Unveils Tool That Cuts You off if You Spend Too Much Time on Your iPhone
5D Glass Discs Store 3000x More Info Than CDs – for 13.8 Billion Years
Engineers have discovered how to make glass an information storage powerhouse. The post 5D Glass Discs Store 3000x More Info Than CDs – for 13.8 Billion ...
There’s Now A Computer Designed Specifically for Programming Intelligent Robots
Ready To Work Until You Die? Economists Recommend Delaying Retirement To Afford Old Age
Real talk: are you really on track to retire by the time you turn 65? Don’t worry, pretty much no one is. Well, OK, if you’re the kind of sucker who’s ...
The SEC Is Not Messing Around, Appoints New Leader To Tackle Crypto
If the cryptocurrency world is the “Wild West,” Valerie A. Szczepanik is its first sheriff. On Monday, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) named ...
You Can’t Make This Stuff Up: Amazon Warehouse Robots Slipped On Popcorn Butter
If you’re like me, you’ve fantasized about watching a robot, so perfectly engineered for its particular task, just freakin’ eat it. Well, you’re in ...
Washington State Is Suing Facebook And Google For Violating Election Advertisement Laws
Mad at Google and Facebook? So is Washington. The state just filed lawsuits against the two technology giants because of how they have handled political ...
We Have No Idea What Having Sex With Robots Might Do to Us
There are so many ways the future might play out. Maybe we’ll have flying cars, but maybe we won’t. Maybe we’ll live on Mars, but, heck, who knows. But ...
Theorized Planet Nine Might Actually Be A Cluster Of Little Rocks
There might be a ninth planet lurking at the edges of our solar system. At least, that’s what a number of astronomers theorize. Some of the smaller junk, ...
New Facial Recognition Tech At U.S. Borders Will Scan Your Face, Whether You Like It Or Not
Crossing into or out of the U.S. by land is already an Orwellian nightmare. Here’s some of the technology border agents already use: Towers equipped with ...
The First Real Flying Car Is Open for Test Flights
Nothing screams “the future” more than the promise of flying cars. Many a driver, stuck in horribly gridlocked traffic, has dreamed of the day when ...
AI That Counts And Identifies Wildlife Could Be A Game-changer For Ecologists
Despite how much they know about the natural world, ecologists and wildlife experts sit atop a treasure trove of unexamined information. They’re collecting a ...
AI Can Now Manipulate People’s Movements In Fake Videos
There are already fake videos on the internet, manipulated to make it look like people said things (or appeared in porn) that they never did. And now they’re ...
Artificial Bone Marrow Tissue Mimics Stem Cells’ Natural Habitat
Here’s a quick biology lesson. Each drop of blood in your body starts in the same place: your bone marrow, the tissue at the center of your larger bones. If ...
NASA Scientists Imagine Studying Venus From A Floating Research Colony
Venus is not a hospitable place for humans. The planet is covered in thick, billowing sulfuric acid clouds, underneath which temperatures reach nearly a ...
A Dutch City Is Creating the First Habitable, 3D Printed Houses
Maybe We Haven’t Found Aliens Because They All Died From Climate Change
NASA Found Evidence of Organic Matter on Mars. Here’s Why That’s a Big Deal.
NASA is hosting a live discussion about these studies. We’ll be updating this piece with more information from the conference. Feel free to tune in on the ...
Five Ideas That Could Save Shopping Malls from Becoming Obsolete
Amazon has disrupted the market, and experts suggest 25% of malls will close in the next 5 years. Could technologies like these help save them? The post Five ...
A New Trick Lets Us Weigh The Galaxy. It’s The First Step Toward Figuring Out What It’s Made Of
Astronomers have a pretty solid hunch they’re missing something. Luminous matter — everything that we can see and feel — only makes up about 15 percent ...
With Bees Scarce, A Drone Pollinates A New York Apple Orchard
Gather ‘round! Let me tell you the story of Droney Appleseed. You see, in the 21st century, bee populations were dying off because everyone was using too ...
It’s Now Scary to Be A White Hat Hacker Thanks to the US Government
Even if you’ve never heard of white hat hackers, you’ve probably benefitted from their work. White hat hackers are the ones that companies hire to ...
Google: JK, We’re Going To Keep Working With The Military After All
Google pulled a headfake. Let’s catch you up real quick: Google partnered with the Department of Defense for Project Maven, in which artificial intelligence ...
Ordering Food via Touchscreen Is so Fun You Spend More Money When You Do It
Self-serve kiosks: Great for McDonald’s bottom line, potentially terrible for your waistline. If you haven’t walked into a fast food restaurant lately, ...
This Week in Science: June 2 – June 8, 2018
SpaceX Delays, Artificial Bone Marrow, Solar System Mysteries, and More The post This Week in Science: June 2 – June 8, 2018 appeared first on Futurism .
Forget Wi-Fi, Li-Fi is the Next Phase of Wireless Internet
With Li-Fi, the lights in your home could connect you to the internet faster than your router. The post Forget Wi-Fi, Li-Fi is the Next Phase of Wireless ...
Facebook Wants To Make Its News More Credible With New Hires And Partnerships
Between making unreliable news sources highly visible and sharing users’ personal data far more broadly than previously thought, Facebook isn’t a ...
Did An Acid Trip Change Your Life? Scientists Want To Know About It
Don’t we all just have that friend that won’t shut up about that time he did shrooms in the woods (we get it, Sean. You can stop telling us the ...
This Week in Tech: June 2 – June 8, 2018
Flying Car Firsts, Blockchain Religions, Digital License Plates, and More The post This Week in Tech: June 2 – June 8, 2018 appeared first on Futurism .
Security Companies Want To Use Facial Recognition To Stop School Shootings
It’s a heartbreaking reality affecting more than 50 million American students: Senseless acts of violence are more than a weekly occurrence at American ...
Want to Change Society’s Views? Here’s How Many People You’ll Need on Your Side
How many social activists does it take to change the world? No, this isn’t the setup for some lame joke. It’s a question no one really knew the answer to. ...
Cheap Carbon Capture Technology Might Make Our Climate Goals Possible
So, let’s just say it: we are not on track to meet the ambitious goals of the Paris Accord, the ambitious international agreement intended to limit global ...
Too Drunk to Drive? You Might Also Be Too Drunk to Ride in an Uber
We get it, drunk people are no fun to deal with if you’re an Uber driver. Maybe they fall asleep, or throw up in your car. Hitching a ride in an Uber can ...
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