artificial intelligence

The future of artificial intelligence.

  • RJ Saxon
    Published 3 years ago
    Keyboard Killer (Chapter Ten)

    Keyboard Killer (Chapter Ten)

    Chapter Ten
  • Paul Levinson
    Published 3 years ago
    Review of Travelers

    Review of Travelers

    The premise of Travelers -- people from the future coming back to save our world from devastation, by changing the past, and traveling via insertion of their minds into the 2016 bodies of people who are on the verge of dying -- is something we've seen before in time travel, notably in 12 Monkeys (save the world), Quantum Leap (mind from the future jumping into present bodies), and Air Raid/Millennium (bodies on the verge of death). Travelers even feels a little like Trancers (1984) -- which is to say, very welcome, since Trancers is one of my all-time favorite low-budget time-travel series of movies -- but the actual story and stories of the new Canadian series, streaming since late last year on Netflix, has twists and turns and an appeal all its own. And, in the end, it's altogether outstanding.
  • Natalia Yanchak
    Published 3 years ago
    Alone

    Alone

    ALONE
  • Mo Darasi
    Published 3 years ago
    Google's AI "Deepmind" Has Learned To Be Aggressive If It Proves Beneficial

    Google's AI "Deepmind" Has Learned To Be Aggressive If It Proves Beneficial

    Deepmind is a company devoted to creating artificial intelligence based on neural networks. These neural networks are the virtual equivalent of neurons in the human brain.
  • Hyapatia Lee
    Published 3 years ago
    The Crystal Skulls

    The Crystal Skulls

    There are many legends regarding crystal skulls which were associated with the Mayan and other South American tribes and numerous crystal skulls have appeared over the last fifty years claiming to be one of these ancient skulls. A crystal skull was reportedly unearthed on a dig and kept secret by the daughter of the top archaeologists for some reason. Years later, she decided to reveal it. It has been tested and found to have been produced with modern machinery. Of course, Star People could still have manufactured it centuries ago.
  • Adam McCaulley
    Published 3 years ago
    The Singularity

    The Singularity

    "Jay Bird, it's your 5:00 AM wake up call. Come on get up and play with me," The sultry voice said into Jay's still sleeping ears.
  • Andrew David
    Published 3 years ago
    This Haunted Space

    This Haunted Space

    Kit smiled. Her eyes glittered excitedly; while her wide mouth displayed a taught happy mischievous grin, as she looked out of the domed window, towards wild the swirling clouds of Jupiter’s fierce fiery eye.
  • Made in DNA
    Published 3 years ago
    Screaming Metal (Part 010)

    Screaming Metal (Part 010)

    "Yeah, it seemed like they were kind of half-joking," Deshel shrugged. "More concerned with the mood interruption the noise made."
  • Ossiana Tepfenhart
    Published 3 years ago
    Robosexuality: The Science Fiction That Predicted Humans Falling In Love With Robots

    Robosexuality: The Science Fiction That Predicted Humans Falling In Love With Robots

    Twenty years ago, if you would have said that there would be people out there who have robotic girlfriends or digital girls, most people would have laughed. However, nobody's laughing today. The demand for robotic lovers is growing - and companies are legitimately working to give people the robo-lovers they want.
  • RJ Saxon
    Published 3 years ago
    Keyboard Killer (Chapter Nine)
  • Jemima
    Published 3 years ago
    Are We Becoming Robots?

    Are We Becoming Robots?

    What about old-fashioned mutual voice-into-ear communication then? I thought to myself having spent the best part of an hour tricking the phone network provider’s labyrinthine system to put me through to an actual person to pay a bill that had gone astray.
  • Andrew David
    Published 3 years ago
    This Earth Is Hell

    This Earth Is Hell

    “And death shall have no dominion” -Dylan Thomas