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There are now no obstacles that can stand in the way of the robot uprising

Your greatest fear has been confirmed: When the day comes, robots will now have no trouble getting past any obstacle that you put in its way. 339 more words

DARPA establishes group to standardize robotic space repairs

If we’re to keep thousands of expensive satellites in working order, the job isn’t going to be done by humans — and DARPA suggests we all get on the same page before we start designing robotic systems to pick up the slack. 301 more words


Uh Oh- $400B F35 Fighter Program at Considerable Risk

Picture Credit: Marines

  • Fifth-generation fighter has been plagued with issues 
  • $400bn development schedule has stretched to 15 years
  • Weeks ago military bosses claimed it was finally ‘combat ready’
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A lightweight analysis on transhumanism: pay attention to the fine print

I’m under the impression that transhumanism is not treated in all its deserved respect and seriousness because a lot of its supporters justify their fanaticism on fantasy derived from cultural and recreational euphoria from movies, literature and video games alike. 4,576 more words


Building a Culture of Innovation

By Jim Euchner, VP, Global Innovation, Goodyear, and RTM Editor-in-Chief

People will work long hours, climb over steep obstacles, and endure a lot of frustration to innovate if they believe they have a real chance to create something new. 520 more words


Windows 9 Rumors and Two Other Stories You Need to Know

Welcome to this morning’s edition of ‘First To Know,’ a series in which we keep you in the know on what’s happening in the digital world. 26 more words


"What would you attempt to do if you knew you could not fail?" The Power of You !

Picture Credit: The TR3B from DARPA

“What would you attempt to do if you knew you could not fail?” asks Regina Dugan, then director of DARPA, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency. 641 more words

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