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Curious tech and technology from the realm of science and science fiction.

  • Rob Salkowitz
    Published 2 years ago
    Sifting Through Data In Search of Truth

    Sifting Through Data In Search of Truth

    Series note: As technologies like artificial intelligence, machine learning, Big Data and mixed reality start to blur the line between science and science fiction, some of the most exciting developments are coming from startup companies operating at the frontiers of innovation. Over the next few weeks, I'll be profiling a few of the companies chipping away at problems big and small, helping to make the future real for consumers and businesses.
  • G.F. Brynn
    Published 2 years ago
    Alex The Inventor-Chapter 14 (Pt. 2)

    Alex The Inventor-Chapter 14 (Pt. 2)

    Read Chapters 1 - 14 at: Deep Sky Stories
  • Makenzie Ferrier
    Published 2 years ago
    Discussing Current Affairs With an A.I.

    Discussing Current Affairs With an A.I.

    It's usually safe to assume that the majority of people who have grown up using the internet have been around to experience the same trends. Clever bot was one of these trends.
  • RJ Plant
    Published 2 years ago
    Digitize Yourself
  • Ossiana Tepfenhart
    Published 2 years ago
    History of Private Spaceflight Companies

    History of Private Spaceflight Companies

    Almost a century ago, the world began to see the emergence of the first private flight companies. Within a matter of decades, people were yearning to fly on planes from Pan Am, Delta, and Continental. Many believed that they would never see that kind of industry develop again.
  • Isaac Tan
    Published 2 years ago
    On Being Hacked

    On Being Hacked

    It’s just one of those things which you hardly think about until it happens to you. You know how to minimise the chances of it occurring but you couldn’t be bothered to take precautions. You think: “Well, if it really happens, I know what to do anyway. No sweat.” Then it happened to me.
  • G.F. Brynn
    Published 2 years ago
    Alex The Inventor-Chapter 14 (Pt.1)

    Alex The Inventor-Chapter 14 (Pt.1)

    Read Chapters 1 - 13 at: Deep Sky Stories
  • G.F. Brynn
    Published 2 years ago
    Alex The Inventor-Chapter 13 (Pt.2)

    Alex The Inventor-Chapter 13 (Pt.2)

    Read Chapters 1 - 13 at: Deep Sky Stories
  • Thamarasee Jeewandara
    Published 2 years ago
    Storing Information in DNA Archives

    Storing Information in DNA Archives

    The computing memory required to store ongoing data in biomedicine is now estimated to exceed the computing challenges of running YouTube and Twitter.
  • Mo Darasi
    Published 2 years ago
    Social Media and Our Privacy

    Social Media and Our Privacy

    Before the existence of the internet people were further away yet closer to each other at the same time. That is because privacy still existed before the internet came about. I know this is hypocritical to say while posting this article online, but the internet isn't all good.
  • Alan Kotok
    Published 2 years ago
    Health Care, Precisely One Person at a Time

    Health Care, Precisely One Person at a Time

    About a year ago, National Institutes of Health launched the All of Us initiative, a large-scale research program that NIH hopes will make possible precision medicine: the design of health care tailored for each individual. Directing this research project is Eric Dishman, whose remarkable story is perhaps eclipsed by the audacity of the All of Us initiative itself.
  • Dr. Williams
    Published 2 years ago
    Magnetic Energy: Lindbergh's Secret

    Magnetic Energy: Lindbergh's Secret

    As long as there continues to be more oil discoveries instead of developing and implementing renewable green energy sources, global warming will continue to get more intense. The pursuit for more power, control, and wealth by the current energy conglomerates that continue to use fuel sources of the first and second industrial revolution has always prevailed. They have always trumped those who seek renewable green energy sources that would benefit all of mankind and achieve a balance with nature. Lives have been sacrificed, the natural balance of the planet has been compromised, and mankind has always been the unwitting victim of the greed by the powers that be. Their unquenchable thirst has wrought mayhem and destruction on a global scale for over a hundred years. All one has to do to realize just how far they will go is just look what happened to the Tucker Automobile. The ice caps melting at alarming rates is yet another sure sign that our consumption of fossil fuels has only accelerated climate change all over the world.