The bridge between imagination and technological advancement, where the dreamer’s vision predicts change, and foreshadows a futuristic reality. Science fiction has the ability to become “science reality”.
Organic AI EARS from living brain cells can now recognise voices!!!
Organic AI - Introduction: In ever-evolving landscape of artificial intelligence(AI), the most recent breakthrough is a future that collides human organs with AI organoids.Who knows we could find many cyborg super-human in near future. Today our intresting topic is of AI built from living brain cells, demonstrating an exceptional ability to recognize voices with remarkable accuracy ,I was kidding not so accurate. Let's dive deeper into this cave of AI world , and find our power animal.
- Top Story - February 2024
Omega S 380649
A group spun off from the main research lab [unknown designation]. At first they were utilizing RailTech properties and resources. Stowed away in an unused storage area here, hidden in the back of a backup farm there, their diaspora of tech was interlinked for one purpose: move human consciousness to a hybrid mind. Railtech had been well invested in wetware and transhuman augments for the better part of a century. But the war had gone poorly for Earth and the colonies were no place for civilized folk to live. Creating a new human was easy enough, but the Omega Group (as they came to call themselves) were alive now. They were conscious now. Not a single member wanted to be lumped in with the rest of humanity. It was clear, from this side of the conflict, from a clean room looking out, humans had tipped the balance. Tech and nature were going to squeeze homo sapiens into the final epoch and relegate them to the fossil record just like every other major epoch. Omegas would be the last of them and the first fully intact old world consciousnesses to be there for the dawn of a new epoch.
The World's Wife
Some months ago, I wrote this story in response to a prompt from the UK-based Mslexia Magazine. The challenge was titled, "The World's Wife": take a fictional character, historical figure, or world leader, and write from the perspective of their wife.
"Radio Drama Review: X-Minus-One."
Hello and welcome to the 1950s Science Fiction Podcast, Season 4, Episode 3. Today, I will be discussing two episodes from the classic science fiction radio drama, X-Minus-One. This show aired on NBC radio during the late 1950s before it was discontinued. It was a reboot of an earlier radio drama called Dimension X, which I previously discussed in one of my earliest articles on Vocal Media. X-Minus-One was one of the few radio dramas that focused solely on science fiction and did not include other genres such as horror and mystery.
Bionic Breakthroughs: Merging Humans with Technology for a Better Future
In the realm of technological advancements, the integration of biology and technology has given rise to bionic breakthroughs that are revolutionizing the way we perceive and enhance the human experience. From robotic limbs that respond to thoughts to brain-machine interfaces unlocking new possibilities, this article explores the inspiring world of bionic innovations, their real-life impact, and the exciting potential they hold for the future.
5 Scientific Advancements That Could Make You Feel Like a Superhero
Superheroes have always been a fascination for humans. The idea of having superpowers and using them to fight crime or cause chaos has intrigued us for ages. However, not everyone is lucky enough to be born with superpowers like Superman or Vegeta. But, with the help of scientific breakthroughs, humans can now gain abilities beyond that of everyday people.
Sora: A New Video Generative AI
Generative AI has been an issue for content creators for a long time. Whether an artist creating paintings or a writer experimenting with a new way of telling a story, it can all potentially feed into an AI software database for their generative capabilities.
The Outer Limits: "Don't Open 'Till Doomsday" (Season 1, Episode 17)
Note: I was originally going to title this review, "A Box Full of Turds," but then thought better of it. "The Outer Limits" is a superior science fiction show from the Sixties that, individually, has some long-haul episodes, much in the manner of Boris Karloff's "Thriller," which I also find myself finding tedious as the midway mark of some episodes rolls by. Both of them have roughly the same sort of cinematographic look and feel about them, and both of them are every bit as ding-dangly dong good as that OTHER famous era anthology show--the one with the guy who is always smoking. Smoking. Smoking. (Dude died of a massive coronary, dig? So maybe that much smoking is NOT recommended after all.)
Lost in Space
I always wanted to be an astronaut, to go see what outer space felt like. The charm of adventure. I thought I might become a NASA Intern or an Astronaut, or if not that, maybe get a Job as an Astrophysicist there. Those privileges are just for US Citizens, I came to know when I actually applied for it. Well that's a sad story. Isn't it?
What If the Sun Went Boom?
Have you ever wondered about the impact of a catastrophic event such as the explosion of the sun on our planet? Despite its unpleasantness, it is an intriguing thought. The sun, a vital element in our solar system, is responsible for providing the Earth with the necessary warmth, light, and energy to sustain life. But what if it were to suddenly disappear? What if the sun were to go boom?
'Her' - Film Review and Analysis
Directed by Spike Jonze, ‘Her’ (2013) is a very thought-provoking film and emotionally resonant exploration of love, loneliness, connection, and the continually evolving relationship between human beings and artificial intelligence. Set in a near-future Los Angeles, the film follows Theodore Twombly (Joaquin Phoenix), a sensitive and introverted man who develops a deep emotional connection with an artificial intelligence operating system named Samantha (voiced by Scarlett Johansson). As Theodore navigates the complexities of his relationship with Samantha, ‘Her’ raises profound questions about the nature of love, intimacy, and the impact of technology on human connection.
Unveiling the Extraterrestrial Enigma: Military Retirees Confirm Existence of Aliens
They confirmed the existence of aliens! 👽 In a groundbreaking revelation that has sent shockwaves through the United States Congress, three military retirees have sworn under penalty of perjury to the existence of extraterrestrial phenomena. The testimonies of David Grusch, Ryan Graves, and David Fravor have opened a Pandora's box of astonishing claims that challenge our understanding of the cosmos.